Category Archives: Knowledge Management

A nebulous and somewhat nefarious term but no one’s come up with a better one yet.

Mozilla Ubiquity: Stop jumping around between web apps to get a task done

My friend and former colleague, Tom Pierce, stuck this on my Delicious page: Mozilla Ubiquity. The screencast really got my wheels turning. The idea is that with as many open services available today as there are we should be able … Continue reading

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Open Source ECM: My topic for tomorrow’s AIIM DFW Meeting

I’ll be speaking at the AIIM DFW meeting tomorrow at the University of Dallas. My topic is ECM and Open Source Software: A New Force in ECM Solutions. Here’s the abstract: Open source software is finally getting the recognition it … Continue reading

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Open Source CMS Alfresco Releases 3.0 Preview

Alfresco has just announced the availability of the Alfresco Labs 3.0 Preview. If you’ve been regularly updating from HEAD there may not be a whole lot of stuff that’s new to you but if you haven’t, it might be a … Continue reading

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Call it what you want, just not “KM”

My friend and former colleague Tom Pierce has recently started blogging on Enterprise 2.0 over at EnterpriseBlend.com. One of his recent posts talks about whether or not social computing is the end of Knowledge Management (KM), that somewhat nefarious term … Continue reading

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Drupal-Alfresco Integration and Alfresco’s Move to the Front-End

Via Dries Buytaert, Rob Purdie is announcing the relaunch of Amnesty International‘s site. The new site was built using Drupal and Alfresco. It is interesting to see how many people have commented on both posts who are craving more information … Continue reading

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In Boston for Gilbane

I am in Boston today for the Gilbane conference on content management and collaboration. If you are too, let me know. I’ll post my notes here as soon as I can.

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ZDNet article includes several KM/Web 2.0 links

Paul Montgomery, blogging for ZDNet, writes that many KM publications are covering Web 2.0 in the context of KM this month. His post includes links to several such articles.

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Sharing is its own reward?

Offering rewards (recognition or even monetary incentives) for knowledge sharing is a pretty common practice. David Gurteen wonders if that is a good idea. He uses Wikipedia of a good example where sharing is its own reward. My philosophy is … Continue reading

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Robertson’s call to arms: Let’s get practical

I’ve been thinking about James Robertson’s post. In it, James says that instead of undertaking enterprise-wide, strategic Knowledge Management initiatives (my grouping for his list of example “enterprise projects) organizations should be focused on smaller, more tactical point solutions that … Continue reading

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Thoughts on final days of KM World and Intranets 2005

I spent the entire second day at KM World in the Content Management track (except for a quick jump over to “Intranets” to see my colleague present on Document Management Usability at Southwest Airlines). My three favorite sessions of the … Continue reading

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