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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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knowledge management, social computing and semantic computing

Over the past months, I have been pretty silent for many good reasons. One of them is that I have focused my attention to semantic computing. It’s a new field for me so that I took the stance of keeping

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Designing and Managing Knowledge Work

Some time ago I made a presentation for the Information & Knowledge Management Society (IKMS) at the British Council in Singapore. It was built along those lines: – The changing nature of organisations, work and workplace – How knowledge management

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IKMS Talk: The Adaptation of Organisations to a Knowledge Economy and the Contribution of Social Computing

Here is the material of a presentation I gave at the British Council in Singapore for the Information & Knowledge Management Society (IKMS). It is built along those lines: – The changing nature of organisations, work and workplace – How

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