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6 Νοε 2013 (πριν από 3 χρόνια και 7 μήνες)

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Larry’s “Best Bets” from Lucas McDonnell’s 45 KM Web sites…

3.
Anecdote

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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
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related areas (thanks
Vincent
).

Ken Abrams and I have
met with an Anecdote partner and were quite impres
sed with his/their take on things KM.

4.
Association of Knowledgework

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At the Association of Knowledgework, people from every specialty
cross professional, geographic, cultural, economic and hierarchical barriers to l
earn together.

A virtual
who’s who of KM
practitioners
, including five who have presented at or attended KMF
functions
.

8.
Chris Collison’s blog

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This is an excellent resource for collaboration
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related
knowledge management
stuff. Chris is a fantastic resource on anything collaborative (and has even been kind enough to leave
an
insightful comment

here).

Chris is a very i
nteresting and insightful commentator.

9.
Cindy Gordon

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Focuses upon knowledge management, human capital and innovation.

Not so focused
on KM, but includes KM themes, and Cindy has very interesting things to

say.

11.
Cognitive Edge

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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
ure
KMF speaker


is always interesting and challenging.

12.
Collaborative Thinking

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Mike Gotta’s blog on collaboration, social software, social networking and
knowledge management trends, including co
mmunity
-
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.

13.
Column Two

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News a
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.

19.
Dr. Dan’s Daily Dose

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Critical review, evaluation, and discussion of all things knowledge
management.

Interesting, easy to read.

22.
Full Circle Online In
teraction

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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…

23.
Green Chameleon

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Lots of great stuff here


including knowledge management, Web 2.0 and
personal knowledge management (something I’m very interested in).

Another of my
favorites
.

24.
Gurteen Knowledge

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David
Gurteen’s personal site that supports the
Gurteen Knowledge
Community
. Lots of interesting stuff.

A community of knowledge by a true community leader.

25.
How to Save the World

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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
insightful


yet easy to read


articles.

28.
KM Wiki

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Provides links, sites and resources on all aspects of knowledge management.

Good KM
research source.

32.
KnowledgeBoard

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KnowledgeBoard is a European Commission
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funded Special Support Action. It’s
mainly a discussion board relating to knowledge management.

Why Europe is ahead of the US in KM.

36.
Leveraging Organiz
ational Knowledge

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Peter
-
Anthony Glick’s blog about getting the most out of
organizational knowledge.

Well
-
thought
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out, timely articles on KM topics.

39.
Networks, Complexity and Relatedness

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A very interesting blog about social networks and
network analysis.

From our own Patti Anklam.

43.
Stan Garfield’s Weekly Knowledge Management Blog

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A weekly entry including books, blogs,
web sit
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.

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