Researcher & Consultant
Larry Prusak is a researcher and consultant and was formerly the founder and Executive Director of IBM Institute for Knowledge Management (IKM), a global consortium of member organizations engaged in advancing the practice of knowledge management through action research.
Larry has had extensive experience, within the U.S. and internationally, in helping organizations work with their information and knowledge resources.
He has also consulted with many U.S. and overseas government agencies and international organizations (NGO’s).
He currently teaches in the knowledge management executive education program at the Harvard Business School, and has been a distinguished Scholar in Residence at Babson College, where he co-directs a knowledge research program.
Blog PostTime is the currency in the knowledge economy, not money
Gurteen Knowledge-Log, David Gurteen, 18 July 2004
Is KM Dead? Larry Prusak, Dave Snowden, Patrick Lambe
Gurteen Knowledge-Log, David Gurteen, 6 July 2008
BookInformation Ecology (1997) by Larry Prusak, Thomas H. Davenport
Mastering the Information and Knowledge Environment
Storytelling in Organizations (Jan 2005) by John Seely Brown, Katalina Groh , Larry Prusak, Steve Denning
Why Storytelling Is Transforming 21st Century Organizations and Management
Working Knowledge (1998) by Thomas H. Davenport, Larry Prusak
How Organizations Manage What They Know
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QuotationOn knowledge flow by Larry Prusak Researcher & Consultant
Quotations from Larry Prusak:
Knowledge flows along existing pathways in organizations. If we want to understand how to improve the flow of knowledge, we need to understand those pathways.
Larry Prusak, Researcher & Consultant
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