Monthly Archives: June 2009

Project Management on Knowledge Management projects

My third and final guest blog for the week http://svprojectmanagement.com/project-management-on-knowledge-management-projects

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Project Management and Knowledge Management, Part 2: After-Action Reviews as a Knowledge Management Activity

My second guest blog post: http://svprojectmanagement.com/project-management-and-knowledge-management-part-2-after-action-reviews-as-a-knowledge-management-activity

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Project Management and Knowledge Management, Part 1: Collaboration as a Knowledge Management Activity

My first guest post: Project Management and Knowledge Management, Part 1: Collaboration as a Knowledge Management Activity

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Project Management and Knowledge Management

I’m guest posting on “The Art of Project Management” blog this week and will post links as they become available.

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Canada 3.0, continuing the theme

I spent Monday and Tuesday of this week (June 8-9) at Canada 3.0 www.canada30.uwaterloo.ca, which was an amazing experience. Sitting in a room with 1000 people who want to see Canada move forward and be a leader in the digital media space was energizing and motivating and if you’ve spoken to me in the last few days you know that I can’t say enough good things about my experience there and that I want to get involved and help move this forward.

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Can you manage knowledge? (part 2)

I was at two more presentations/discussions this week, one talked about creating space in organizations for knowledge, the other was on followership, and really had nothing directly to do with knowledge at all, however both have made me think that I need to continue my writing on managing knowledge, not to mention the wonderful replies that I got to my original post. At the “Followership” event the other night we were given a copy of Barbara Kellerman’s book, “Followership” and were treated to her speaking about it, so I may have another post once I have actually finished the book. In the meantime, some more thoughts on managing knowledge.

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