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Re: Why We Don’t Care About Information Overload, by Tom Davenport

Tom Davenport writes a pretty long post on his Harvard Business blog to explain Why We Don’t Care About Information Overload, which I quite don’t agree. Please have a look to it, as well as its conversation through comments. The

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Enterprise 2.0 illustrated

I recently had to make a simple and visual presentation of the logic behind Enterprise 2.0. It emphasizes on knowledge socialization – rather than “collaboration” – and displays the mechanisms available for that today. I’ve used Otto Neurath‘s Isotypes.

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Enterprise 2.0 revisiting fundamentals of General Management (10/16) – Rematerialisation as a major managerial effort

Knowledge being by definition immaterial, it is consequently non measurable. And we know that “what you can’t measure, you can’t manage”. Right. Here is the major issue organisations face with the emergence of knowledge as the pivotal element of value

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Enterprise 2.0 revisiting fundamentals of General Management (9/16) – IS are about access to information (as much as stock)

When it comes to defining knowledge, it really is easy to have a hard time, because there are different ways of understanding it.   There is a natural confusion between data, information and knowledge. Data is 1) a factual information

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