I haven't completely forgotten knowledge management. My life happens to be tied up in the process side of things these days, but KM hides under the covers of many conversations I have with people. How do we make sure the right people know how to operate?
As such, Arthur Shelley posted his 12 Principles of Knowledge Leadership to a KM mailing list - turns out he wrote this a year and a half ago. Good reference material!
12 Principles of Knowledge Leadership is a great place to start you practice of becoming more successful:
- Enhance performance
- Be the (knowledge) leader you want to serve - Channelling Gandhi there!
As usual, go to his website for more details on each of these. I could argue several of these apply well beyond knowledge management.