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No. 56 December 2001
 

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David J. Skyrme

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Welcome to the last 2001 edition of I3 UPDATE / ENTOVATION International News. Our main report is on KM Europe 2001. We also pose some basic questions about e-learning and intellectual capital measurement. Like many of you, we shall be taking a well earned rest over the holiday period, but it will not stop our brains from thinking about this year's developments in the knowledge agenda, and what might emerge as the key knowledge challenges of 2002. We shall share our thoughts with you in the new year.

In the meantime Debra and I wish you season's greetings and a prosperous 2002.

David Skyrme
Managing Editor

P.S. If you want a break from your family over the holidays - or a place to test drive a new computer - you can browse all 55 previous issues at http://www.skyrme.com/updates/archive.htm!

MAIN FEATURE
KM Europe 2001
Relevant, Practical and Stimulating

KM Europe 2001 in The Hague, Netherlands, from 27-29 November, provided an invigorating mix of presentations, exhibition and the inevitable networking. Read Debra and David's joint report.


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SPECIAL FEATURE
E-learning: Which Side of The Coin?

The traditional view of learning is that it takes place in courses held in classrooms. For many types of learning this is increasingly unrealistic. Enter E-learning.


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SPECIAL FEATURE No. 2
Who Is Measuring Intellectual Capital?

Few organizations, especially North American ones, have followed the lead of Skandia and others in taking a systematic approach to measuring IC.


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KNOWLEDGE DIGEST

A round-up of of recent developments.

BP Wins 2nd European MAKE Award

New ENTOVATION Publications

Enron: An Innovation Too Far?


EVENTS

A selection of some of the best forthcoming events


THOUGHT FOR THE MONTH

"Knowledge is the asset; innovation is the process."
(Debra M Amidon, keynote presentation, KM Europe 2001)



 

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