This Focused Performance Weblog started life as a "business management blog" containing links and commentary related primarily to organizational effectiveness with a "Theory of Constraints" perspective, but is in the process of evolving towards primary content on interactive and mobile marketing. Think of it as about Focusing marketing messages for enhanced Performance. If you are on an archive page, current postings are found here.
Thursday, August 28, 2003
The Future of Knowledge by Verna Allee -- I'm beginning to see a pattern in the weblogs that I read. There are the project management blogs, the internet/social software blogs, the political blogs (which are starting to influence my personal Unfocused blog), and a new category seems to be congealing in my bookmarks -- Knowledge Management. In that category, Jay Cross of the Internet Time Blogpoints to this book, catching my attention with the statement, "There is really only one management question: What do we need to pay attention to in order to be successful?" Jay takes notes on the book in public, and includes a pointer to the author's site. One of the key takeaways from this and my other KM reading is that, knowledge is a network thing. No one can really grow knowledge alone. It's one of those things that requires and benefits from interactions, interdependencies, and all those other inter-things.
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