Thanks, sharing and Web 2.0
November 11, 2007

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My PhotoAfter reading Todd Defren’s blog post The Responsibility to Share on, I felt compelled to send props out to Bill Ives, author of the Portals and KM blog.  Thanks to Bill’s post Knowledge Management is Alive and Well at Boeing and Many Other Places, I discovered a great article about the Boeing Company’s knowledge retention practices that inspired me to write my last post Boeing derives value from best practices in KM.

Thanks for putting the information out there Bill.

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.