Archive for the ‘technology’ Category

Poll: How do you stay informed?
January 15, 2009

This is my first experiment with polling.  I’m interested in learning more about how my readers (you) communicate.  I encourage you to share.  I will try to post a new poll each week.  This poll on how you obtain the news will be open until January 22.  Thank you for participating.

Note on sharing comments
November 19, 2007

I’ve recently encouraged my blog guests to leave me with their thoughts about the few topics I’ve discussed during the past month or two.  A few of you have done so, and I hope to continue hearing from you. 

It was recently brought to my attention, however, that it’s not clear how to leave a comment when you’re reading a post from the homepage

Simply click the text just below the headline that says “no responses” or “X number of responses”. 

This will direct you to a comment form, where you can write your message, and a page that shows comments from other readers about the selected post.  Let me know if you have any issues by shooting me an email; my address can be found on the contact page.

Boeing derives value from best practices in KM
November 9, 2007

Einstien’s blackboard“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For while knowledge defines all we currently know and understand, imagination points to all we might yet discover and create.”

Words wisely spoken by Albert Einstein — for it’s imagination that propels innovation.  Although knowledge may only be second in the mind of the great innovator, one can not discount its value — as I’m sure Einstein didn’t.

Knowledge is power. It’s cliche, but it’s true! Knowledge is an asset that can give you or your company a competitive advantage—if it’s managed effectively.