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Sunday, March 25, 2007

Quote of the Year 2007


Jean-Fran├žois David in Knowledgable? says, Librarians are the historically first "knowledge managers" in organizations. Now, all managers are supposed to be ! Are librarians out? Or any manager is the librarian?*

*See more on this: We the librarian @ Macehiter Ward-Dutton: Blog on IT-business alignment and related things

See also:
  • Quote of the Year 2006
  • Monday, March 12, 2007

    Librarian's Interface with Knowledge Management

    Quotable Quote:
    "I think all of [us] as academic librarians, whether we work in administration, collection management, reference, or technical services, must take on new roles as knowledge managers." Joseph J Branin, Director of Libraries at Ohio State, quoted in Knowledge Jolt with Jack

    Interesting readings:

  • A librarian's perspective on knowledge management, 19 Jan 2007 by Jack Vinson
    "The Ohio State University library system has been developing a Knowledge Bank since 2002. Without knowing much about the program, I found the article Knowledge Management in Academic Libraries: Building the Knowledge Bank at the Ohio State University, by Joseph J Branin, Director of Libraries, 2003."
  • Library 2.0 reference, by John Tropea @ Library clips, November 27, 2006
    [includes themes, such as: Common needs for a reference file, Sharing culture, The web 2.0 way, Non web 2.0 reference knowledge bases] Filed under: library, km
  • More on Darlene’s presentation: how do we get there from here?
    @ The Library Rebooted, Library Technologies: Blogs, Wikis, IM & More by Thom on the November 16th, 2006
  • Beyond the OPAC: The Semantic Library @ The Library Rebooted, Library Technologies
  • Knowledge Management in the Workplace: the Librarian as Knowledge Broker
    Thaneerkulam, Chitra, STC NJIT Student Chapter 2005
  • See more via Google

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  • Learning Activities for Virtual Reference
  • Information Literacy (for all) - A useful gateway
  • Visualization - EBSCOhost’s cool new integration of Grokker

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  • Sunday, March 04, 2007

    Question with no answer - few CIOs move to become CEO?

    First a quotable quote: "Librarians are being made CIO's less for our technical skills than for our organizational skills and our ability to manage the complex change that is fostered by or linked to technological change." [Source: Managing Technology, Managing Technologists, Shirley K. Baker]



    An image tells a thousand words, in my humble opinion [image courtesy: blogs.idc.com/ie/].

    "Knowing what we know about CIOs -- that is, that most are smart, hardworking, supremely aware of how the business works and increasingly savvy regarding the working of external customers' minds -- the failure of more CIOs to become CEOs has to be one of the biggest mysteries of our age. If any readers can shed light on it, I'd love to hear what you have to say." Thus spake Thornton A. May, in the Computer World magzine, March 2 2007, p. 10

    Others who reflect on this paradigm:
  • THE CIO'S ROLE IN THE CEO'S AGENDA, By D. Neil Gissler,
    11.11.2004 Cutter Consortium, special to SearchCIO.com
  • Interesting thread at Slashdot, based on a vacuous article about why CIOs don't become CEOs.
  • Why don't CIOs become CEOs? by Espen
  • Google for similar problem of moving up on the ladder.
  • Much more @ Google
  • DESKTOP COMPUTING - Help for Librarians, BY LAUREN CAPOTOSTO [Editorial - CIO]

    Any comments?
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