Our main feature article this month describes the innovation superhighway, an emergent global infrastructure that is needed to create prosperity in the new knowledge economy. The second feature - on humanizing the Internet - follows on from last month's main feature on knowledge-centric websites. The Knowledge Digest is a round up of recent news and developments, starting with the sad news of the death of inveterate knowledge networker Bob Muller.
The Innovation SuperHighway
This article explores themes fundamental to the new infrastructure that is needed to create prosperity in the new knowledge economy. It proposes an architecture for the future that embrace knowledge economics, knowledge structures, knowledge workers, knowledge processes and knowledge technologies. Due consideration is given to the creation of collaborative knowledge sharing cultures.
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Humanizing the Internet:
Power to the People
Last month we highlighted the shortfalls of many corporate websites and indicated how knowledge management can help the development of knowledge networks. This month we focus on these networks of people and how they transfer knowledge, as well as looking at how technical developments too often neglect the human dimension.
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A round-up of of recent developments.
Tribute to Bob Muller
Knowledge Management in Manufacturing Companies
Canadian Managers upbeat about Knowledge Management
Architectural Primer for Knowledge Innovation
Realizing the value of Internet Content
Compass - My Favorite
A selection of some of the best forthcoming events
THOUGHT FOR THE MONTH
What is the difference between a knowledge manager and a
good general manager?