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By: les idées personnelles de jfd » Archive du blog » Some stories, feelings, fairytales about Web2 and some consequences (on KM, …)

Thu, 20 Dec 2007 05:25:35 +0000

[...] —- Is Web2 another bubble? —- Good rebound on web2 & new marketing. B2BC (Business to Business Consumer) concept seems interesting to develop. —- That implies to move progressively to Entreprise 2.0. Is that so easy? —- At last, companies are interessed in social networks (”the chart behind the chart”) —- … and a nice survey on that… —- so, are we that way entering KM2? —- Is enterprise 2.0 term equivalent to KM 2.0? Surely not! KM really wider! —- Short stimulating ideas about social networks replacing KM (but you have to pay for it) ! —- COP’s (community of practices) basic rules —- but… social networks not so simple. Will we have to manage them? —- The fundamental question is still alive: Will “semantic web”, SOA, …, all those web2 tricks will facilitate impressive new services ? Integrating is sometimes the key. Mashups are in the center. Not so easy ! —- Is web2 replacing, by direct access, consultants? No consultants for Web2? —- Some happy with blogs …, some not happy… —- May be a better way to understand sociology, but big brother can be there…. [...]

By: Luis Suarez

Wed, 07 Mar 2007 13:15:43 +0000

Hi Vijeesh! Thanks a lot for chiming in and for the feedback comments. Welcome to elsua! I certainly agree with your comments about James' article. It does provide a very good overview of the state of KM and how it is shaping up to meet the "new" needs from knowledge workers, that, from what I know, have always been there in the hiding, anyway. So it is good they are coming back and, much more importantly, that they are finally met in the KM space. Great stuff, indeed !

I am really glad you have commented in this weblog post because somehow and while moving machines some time ago I seemed to have lost your weblog address in my feeds and I am happy to have found it again through this comment. Just re-subscribed to it and also added into my blogroll available here in this weblog.

You have been having some very interesting conversations and I am hoping to share some thoughts on a couple of them some time soon! Keep up the good work !

By: Vijeesh Papulli

Wed, 07 Mar 2007 06:51:21 +0000

Very interesting article. Thanks James for the excellent pdf. It does provide one a very good overview on how knowledge management is moving from a content/information management to actually maximising the use of knowledge.

By: Luis Suarez

Tue, 06 Mar 2007 10:52:41 +0000

Hi James ! Fantastic! Thanks a bunch for dropping by and for sharing that link ! Yes, indeed, there are lots of different articles in that link and, much importantly, lots of great stuff in there, too! This is certainly going to keep me busy for a while ! heh :-) Wonderful ! Again, I appreciate it very much dropping by and sharing these comments with us and, specially, the last link where there is some very good stuff for us all to digest further. So thanks for sharing that and for dropping by. Greatly appreciated!

(I know what I will be doing over the coming weekend ! Lots of great reading ahead of me!)

By: James Dellow

Tue, 06 Mar 2007 10:02:04 +0000

Luis - I'm glad you enjoyed my perspective on KM. Along with this particular KM article, there are a whole bunch of other articles and papers that people might find intereting here:

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Tue, 06 Mar 2007 00:19:57 +0000

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