Strategic Librarian

Using strategy to develop the law firm library.

Hong Kong Knowledge Management 2010 on Twitter

Up early this morning, I spent some time browsing through Twitter to see what was happening at the Hong Kong Knowledge Management 2010 conference.  An example of what I found included Bill Proudfit’s description of the timeline for knowledge management development discussed by the panel (Max Boisot, Dave Snowden, Kim Sbarcea, Dave Gurteen, and Karl Wiig) during the last session of the day, 50 Years of KM: a Retrospective:

Baoman: #HKKMS10 #KM Intellectual Capital 1980

Baoman: #HKKMS10 #KM data/info as a resource 1975

Baoman: #HKKMS10 #KM Knowledge informing public policy 1967~1975

Baoman: #HKKMS10 #KM A fish bowel ~ a public conversation on KM ~ first reference is 1967

Click on one of the #HKKMS10 links above to see other tidbits reported during the conference.

On top of being able to get some insight into the program, I found a KM site that I will be sure to go back to: Thinking Shift by Kim Sbarcea.

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