This book examines knowledge management from a number of different perspectives - social, philosophical, economic, cultural and theoretical. It includes contributions from a variety of KM experts and academics. There is a Foreword by Professor Deian Hopkin, Vice-Chancellor, London South Bank University. The contributors are: Bob Bater, Isabelle Cabos, Paul Catherall, Professor Bruce Lloyd, Ruth Rikowski, Dr Leburn Rose and Mandy Webster. The book considers a wide variety of issues, including KM and wisdom, KM and intangible value, web-based accessibility, KM and the library profession, KM and leadership, KM and cultural issues in both the developed and the developing world and thermodynamics and KM. It concludes with an alternative view on KM, emphasising how KM helps to ensure the continued success of the knowledge revolution.
In April 2005, BLU, the UK's Business Link University which no longer exists hired Fifty Lessons to produce a series of video stories for them to which I (David Gurteen) was invited to contribute. This is one of those stories.
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