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No. 46 December 2000

 

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ANNOUNCEMENT

K-Shop Open for Business

David J. Skyrme

We almost forgot to tell you, since it has been a long time coming, and it has gone live yet been off-air during the testing phase. However, the K-shop (knowledge shop) at the Knowledge Connections website is now open for business. There you can order the two in-depth reports - Creating the Knowledge-based Business (David Skyrme and Debra Amidon) and Measuring the Value of Knowledge. Of most interest (at least judging by sales!) are the Instant Knowledge items - Executive Briefings and Toolkits e.g. Making Sense of Knowledge Management, Virtual Knowledge Teams, The Know-All Assessment Tool and the KM Benefits Tree. Simply pay over the net by credit card and your briefing or toolkit is delivered immediately by email. There are some combination packages (typically three items for the price of two) and some introductory special offers (until 31st December). Top up your knowledge at the K-Shop:

http://www.skyrme.com/kshop/index.htm

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