I3 UPDATE / Entovation International News

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No. 57 January 2002
 

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David J. Skyrme

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Welcome to the first 2002 edition of I3 UPDATE / ENTOVATION International News. As we have done in the past, this is a good time of year to reflect on developments over the past year and outline the challenges for the future. In addition, Debra reports on developments in the ENTOVATION Network (see Snippets) and I challenge you to conduct a review of your personal IC (Intellectual Capital).

David Skyrme
Managing Editor

MAIN FEATURE
What Next for Knowledge Management?
Development and Challenges

David Skyrme makes some predictions for Knowledge Management in 2002 and reviews some trends and developments in previous years.
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SPECIAL FEATURE
Have You Done Your Annual IC Review?

Dust up your CV with David Skyrme and and promote yourself to a prospective employer as a provider of valuable intellectual capital.
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KNOWLEDGE DIGEST

A round-up of of recent developments.

ENTOVATION 100 Collaborates More Closely

Knowledgeboard Quote of the Year

French Translations of ENTOVATION Material

Australian KM Portal goes Collaborative

Knowledge Management in Difficult Times - A Manufacturing Perspective

KM Trash Talk - Don't Believe It!

Putting The Record Straight


EVENTS

A selection of some of the best forthcoming events


THOUGHT FOR THE MONTH

"We now have the ability the know about our personal genetic make-up, and hence our predisposition to diseases or premature death. But is this knowledge we would rather not have?"
(Stimulated by the issues raised by the BBC television programme "How To Make A Human", http://www.bbc.co.uk/genes/)



 

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