Timeris asks an interesting question, based on some discussion of creating a business: Is Knowledge Worker a Knowledge Capitalist?
Knowledge, that is often referred to as intellectual capital, is used by the knowledge worker to create value, just like an entrepreneur does with money capital. And, eventually, productivity is created value.
Timeris closes by saying, "knowledge is people." Neither KM nor business means anything without the people involved. This is important for me to remember, since it is the people who are going to end up working with new business processes and tools. If those new systems don't make sense for them, they won't use them.