Category Archives: Collaboration

Discussion Forums as Stealth Knowledge Management

The blogs are alive with Knowledge Management talk this week. Apparently, June is KM conference time. As a professional who has spent most of my career developing technical tools to facilitate communities of practice and training, I think I can reasonably refer to my work as facilitating the management of knowledge. Mostly, I’ve been all

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Building It, Getting Them to Come Redux – Communities of Practice

Last week, Jay Cross declared something we’ve thought true for a long time: Conversations are a better way to learn than reading blog entries, so I’m remapping my site [to] make it easier to learn from. One of the most active conversations in Jay’s new Ning-based Internet Time Community is “How to start a community?”

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