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The New Edge in Knowledge: How Knowledge Management Is Changing the Way We Do Business

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The best thinking and actions in the fast-moving arena of collaboration and knowledge management"The New Edge in Knowledge" captures the most practical and innovative practices to ensure organizations have the knowledge they need in the future and, more importantly, the ability to connect the dots and use knowledge to succeed today.Build or retrofit your organization for n ...more
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Published January 31st 2011 by Wiley
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Henri Hämäläinen
I read The New Edge in Knowledge: How Knowledge Management Is Changing the Way We Do Business. This was a book I purchased to understand knowledge management possibilities in our client companies. So it was purely out of professional interest about the subject.

After reading the book, knowledge management feels more of a bureaucratic nonsense than it did before the book. It introduced knowledge management to require lot of efforts and big organization to get it working. I just have to disagree wi
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Tim Gannon
It deals with the field of knowledge management - methods for finding the critical knowledge in your business - how to access it and not lose it (e.g., attrition, retirement, company structure) - reviews different approaches to obtaining your company's critical knowledge and letting it flow to the employees that need it - utilizing teaching moments that don't remove the employee from the workflow and that lead to improved productivity and quicker time to problem solution - finding solutions for ...more
Ozzie Gooen
I read this book on Audible, which meant that the bullet point lists and obviously the charts were much less effective.

I'm quite new to Knowledge Management but this information wasn't very new to me. All of it seemed quite obvious for what the name sounds like.

While it's interesting to understand what companies use, it's a bit difficult to get a really thorough understanding from this book which comes at them from a 10,000-foot level. It makes a good case that it's important to keep learning i
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Charlotte
I enjoyed this book, seriously, I did. Admittedly a prof dev book, but a quick read and decent into to basic KM principles.
Ariadna73
Really good for academics and people that are curious of the subject.
Amy
Read bits and pieces for work as needed.
Joe
A simple intro to KM
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