I'm submitting an abstract to speak at the APQC knowledge management conference in May 2011. As part of the submittal process, I had to … [Read more...] about My 50-Word Bio
Last July, I spoke at the inaugural Ignite/LA on the use of virtual communities to enable strategic knowledge sharing across the enterprise. … [Read more...] about Communities Behind the Firewall
Knowledge management is commonly understood as an enterprise initiative, usually with the objectives of collecting, capturing and reusing … [Read more...] about Extra-Enterprise Knowledge Management
This week, I'll be attending the Office 2.0 conference in San Francisco. Most of my colleagues and friends gave me quizzical looks when I … [Read more...] about What is Office 2.0?
Merlin Mann of 43folders presented a talk titled "Inbox Zero" at Google this past Monday. Inbox Zero echoes the bit literacy concepts … [Read more...] about Merlin Mann’s “Inbox Zero” talk at Google
Knowledge management is like teenage sex. Everyone is talking about it all the time, everyone thinks everyone else is doing it, almost no … [Read more...] about Teenage Sex and Knowledge Management
For those of us for those of us comfortable with blogs, wikis and forums, the collaborative benefits of social software are clear. Why then … [Read more...] about Does Social Software Have Fangs?