This website covers knowledge management, personal effectiveness, theory of constraints, amongst other topics. Opinions expressed here are strictly those of the owner, Jack Vinson, and those of the commenters.

Intentional KM

I discovered Brett Miller's straight lines... recently when he commented on one of my articles. He's been doing a good chunk of thinking about KM recently. In A stitch in time saves nine he discusses one path on how ideas develop. But more importantly he talks about individuals and organizations needing to intentionally plan how they are going to approach the information / knowledge management problem.

Ideally, the organizational infrastructure will support not just the IM requirements required for the smooth operation of the organization but will also easily support and accomodate the IM/KM needs of the individuals and teams that actually do the organization's work. For well established organizations, especially large organizations, this is likely a very difficult (though not impossible) goal to achieve.

And, yes, he has a Atom feed.

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