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Paraphrasing a quote: As soon as we stop losing sleep over the success of our business, and start losing sleep over the success of our customers' business, then we will find success.
"The past is a foreign country, they do things differently there." L. P. Hartley, The Go-Between, 1953.
"One-time events create change like dieting only on your birthday and expecting to lose weight."
Interesting video description of a simplified Current Reality Tree that Bill Dettmer calls an Executive Summary Tree.
"Knowledge is a treasure chest and its keys are questioning." -Ibn Shihab
Some interesting quotes today: Metadata is the stuff you know. Data is the stuff you are looking for. -WeinbergerInformation is the answer to the question asked. -Goldratt
"The greatest crisis facing us is ... a crisis in the *organization* and *accessibility* of human knowledge." Robert Heinlein
Trust beyond reason is how I get results beyond hope.
Compare these quotes. In reading this Ancient Chinese Proverb thanks to Lauchlan Mackinnon, I could help think of Dave Snowden's take on sharing knowledge.
There's a time for every out-of-scope project task, and the time is later.
Nimmy gives us a nice quote that appears to be a German proverb, "Who begins too much accomplishes little."
Dana Dolan found an interesting quote from Richard Templeton of Texas Instruments, "the biggest thing you do to reward great business people and great technological people is to give them harder problems."
Here are some entertaining comments about knowledge management from today's feeds from Euan Semple and David Weinberger.
'Vision without execution is hallucination.' - Thomas Edison. And an hour saved at a non-bottleneck is a mirage (Goldratt).