Bruce Mau’s Incomplete Manifesto for Growth

Found at Incomplete Manifesto for Growth.

  1. Allow events to change you.
    You have to be willing to grow. Growth is different from something that happens to you. You produce it. You live it. The prerequisites for growth: the openness to experience events and the willingness to be changed by them.

Read altt at Incomplete Manifesto for Growth.

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- The Obvious? – Ten ways to create a knowledge ecology by Euan Semple

Ecology and economy, I would say. It takes discipline to achieve, said my master.

Found at - The Obvious? – Ten ways to create a knowledge ecology.

A tweet yesterday prompted me to remember sage advice from Dave Snowden which I took to heart in my work with social tools at the BBC. “You can’t manage knowledge but you can create a knowledge ecology”. I thought it might be useful to others to list the ten most important things I learned about doing this

Read all at - The Obvious? – Ten ways to create a knowledge ecology.

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Apply Knowledge Management 3.0: This time it’s personal

Found at  KM 3.0: This time it’s personal.

KM 3.0: This time it’s personal

Most people have just started to understand KM 2.0, but it was already a hot topic back in the old days (2007). It has not been very successful so far, and I believe the main reason is that it doesn’t solve the real problem with knowledge management.

Here is a simple overview of the differences between KM 1.0 and KM 2.0 by Mixotrichabased on a presentation by David Gurteen. I have added KM 3.0.

KM 1.0 KM 2.0 KM 3.0
KM 1.0 KM 2.0 KM 3.0
techno-centric people-centric productivity-centric
command and control social practical
centralised monolithic systems decentralised ecosystems personal and decentralised systems
email, newsletters, databases social tools (blogs, wikis, IM’s) personal, social, practical
KM is extra work KM is part of my work KM is helping me do my work
IT select the tools I select my tools We select our tools
(IT + I together)

It’s time to move on to KM 3.0, and finally solve the real problem.

To be continued at http://www.ppcsoft.com/blog/km-3.asp

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