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Sunday, January 21, 2007

KM, IM, DM - Survival of the Fittest

NB. This is a continuously updated post--last updated Sept 2008 .

The Alignment of Information Management, Knowledge Management and Records Management Sally Gonzalez, Director of Navigant Consulting
John Szerkes, Director of Knowledge Management-Business Systems of Cleary Gottlieb
Peter Krakaur, Chief Knowledge Office of Orrick, Herrrington & Sutcliffe LLP
@ KM Space

Péter Jacsó1, University of Hawaii -- The Endangered Database Species: Are the traditional *commercial* indexing/abstracting & full-text databases dead?
In a word -- no! Commercial A&I/F-T d/bs are not extinct ... yet.
Depends on habitat. LiveSerials: Survival of the fittest

I think Knowledge Management (KM), Information Management (IM), along with archives and record management must evolve some ways to converge as part of future planning. Following are some value added resources in this perspective:

  • Can libraries replace or work as a KM center, Jaswinder Pal Singh Mehrok (2005) @ KnowledgeBoard:
    Can library can work as KM center.I find some article that library in US use lotous notepad software.

    REPLY: Denham Grey, @ KnowledgeBoard "Changing to a KM mindset is not about the software adopted. It requires a deep understanding of the differences between knowledge & information and a radical revision of traditional library dogma." Much more

  • Denham Grey (2005). KM in the library: "This is a thought experiment, applying KM principles to a library environment. My interest in this area stems from the work of Bonnie Nardi and Day, although I share their empathy with librarians as unsung backroom heroes, I find the library mindset to be a very limited view of knowledge work. Started by Denham Grey on 05/28/2000."
    "Libraries need to shift their thinking to have a different orientation and value associated with knowledge management. This shift will be used to obtain a competitive edge. It should be a key focus to expand the access of knowledge for their users." Full article, bibliography and much more
  • Denham Grey (2005). KmWiki a collaborative persistent 'conversation' on all matters related to knowledge management.
  • More @ Google on this Survival paradigm

    see also: Understanding knowledge management and information management: the need for an empirical perspective, by France Bouthillier and Kathleen Shearer, Information Research, Vol. 8 No. 1, October 2002

    PUNCHLINE: Involving users and adapting newer knowledge sharing strategies:
    David King (2006). Inviting Participation in Web 2.0. Quoted in The Changing Role Of Library Science

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  • Exact role of Knowledge Manager
  • Multifaith and Knowledge Management in Perspective
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