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.

Leading organizational learning

Another book for the pile. How we work together is just as important as how I work as an individual. Maybe even more so.
Kaliya's Musings: Personal Relationships are key to Knowledge Work

One of the myths of knowledge management that Susan E. Jackson and Niclas L. Erhardt debunk in Leading Organizational Learning: Harnessing the Power of Knowledge is that electronic communications is just as effective as meeting face to face. The authors counter that "personal relationships and face-to-face relationships are more essential than ever" in a knowledge-based economy. I know this to be true in my work. The first time I hear about new trends, emerging initiatives, upcoming conferences is through my human contacts that form my network.

Embracing Uncertainty

There is no effective personality