Knowledge Sharing

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2009 KPM Symposium, One Week Later

One week later, we are still reflecting upon the 2009 KPM Symposium that took place on the OU Tulsa campus August, 12th and 13th.  We want to take a little space here to acknowledge both new and old friends and publicly thank them for their knowledge sharing.  Hit "read more" to see our list!

Congratulations PBworks!

If you haven't tried a "pb"wiki, it's definitely time you tried the new "PB"works. This fast-growing, collaborative web platform company provides enterprises and educators... small and large... a wonderful way to do all those important knowledge management things with what they know: Create it Capture it Secure it Combine it Pool it Edit it Connect it Share it Transfer it Distribute it Network it Web 2.0 it Manage it Workflow it Search it Filter it Locate it Store it Use it Reuse it Experience it.

Again... art teaches us to just communicate

If music is the universal language, then we owe debt to those who speak to us. And those who make instruments for artists to speak through. I had my piano tuned today, and with that came a renewed pleasure in playing. A few weeks ago I was lucky to see Steinway L1037... both the piano AND the movie. As I watched, I couldn't help but think how those who are managing Steinway and Sons could inspire organizations to manage and preserve their intellectual capital.

Do you know what you know?

Is a little known bit of information significant? Could it be a clue that solves the big picture? And how do we know what we know? Can we share knowledge if we can't recognize it... if we think it's just too insignificant?