Larry’s “Best Bets” from Lucas McDonnell’s 45 KM Web sites…
Anecdote is a consulting firm that specializes in organizational change, leadership and
storytelling. While not a strictly KM sit
e, the blog on the front page includes many thoughts and links
related to communities of practice and other KM
related areas (thanks
Ken Abrams and I have
met with an Anecdote partner and were quite impres
sed with his/their take on things KM.
Association of Knowledgework
At the Association of Knowledgework, people from every specialty
cross professional, geographic, cultural, economic and hierarchical barriers to l
who’s who of KM
, including five who have presented at or attended KMF
Chris Collison’s blog
This is an excellent resource for collaboration
stuff. Chris is a fantastic resource on anything collaborative (and has even been kind enough to leave
Chris is a very i
nteresting and insightful commentator.
Focuses upon knowledge management, human capital and innovation.
Not so focused
on KM, but includes KM themes, and Cindy has very interesting things to
Dave Snowden’s Cognitive Edge talks about all aspects of knowledge management,
and is updated quite frequently.
While often outside of the norm’s comfort zone, Dave
a past and fut
is always interesting and challenging.
Mike Gotta’s blog on collaboration, social software, social networking and
knowledge management trends, including co
building methods and practices.
For me, Mike is an
intermediary who provides timely comments on many other sources
so I don’t have to go find them and
read them myself.
nd opinion articles by James Robertson on the general topics of knowledge
management and content management. Features archives and RSS/XML syndication.
I’ve been a fan of
Jim’s for several years
he’s had very interesting pieces on KM.
Dr. Dan’s Daily Dose
Critical review, evaluation, and discussion of all things knowledge
Interesting, easy to read.
Full Circle Online In
Nancy White blog focusing on distributed Communities of Practice
(CoPs), communities, online interaction, and distance learning.
Another of my intermediaries who finds
stuff I don’t have time to…
Lots of great stuff here
including knowledge management, Web 2.0 and
personal knowledge management (something I’m very interested in).
Another of my
Gurteen’s personal site that supports the
. Lots of interesting stuff.
A community of knowledge by a true community leader.
How to Save the World
Dave Pollard’s blog with archive articles and papers on knowledge work
and business innovation. Includes a table of contents and resources.
Dave generates very thoughtful and
yet easy to read
Provides links, sites and resources on all aspects of knowledge management.
KnowledgeBoard is a European Commission
funded Special Support Action. It’s
mainly a discussion board relating to knowledge management.
Why Europe is ahead of the US in KM.
Anthony Glick’s blog about getting the most out of
out, timely articles on KM topics.
Networks, Complexity and Relatedness
A very interesting blog about social networks and
From our own Patti Anklam.
Stan Garfield’s Weekly Knowledge Management Blog
A weekly entry including books, blogs,
es, and answers to questions on knowledge management. Topics include knowledge sharing and
reuse; collaboration and communities of practice; and people, process, and technology elements of
successful KM programs.
Another great intermediary.
Plus this Web search site:
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