The Art of Knowledge
Ok, so now that Wallop is out and the term blog was heard on Conan last night. Everyone wants a piece of the blog initiative. It's not just the people using blogs anymore that are screaming for their inclusiveness when it comes to KM and learning. CTO's and VP's are now starting to perk up more and understand the overwhelming power of the blog.
- "Knowledge blogs help encourage brain dumps, exploration, and think-aloud behaviour. They create connected content, break down silos, allow comments, and can also be treasured as useful searchable archives. Besides, over time, blogs are self-rewarding. Often bloggers report that they discover their own interests and refine their perspectives. It leads to peer recognition," according to Fichter.
This article goes on to mention (and you can skip the first part as all they do is mostly cry and whine about "things being used wrong" blah blah blah) more of those helpful acronyms (mwhwhahahaha) such as communities of practice (CoPs). This was a good article if nothing more than to point me into the way of other initiatives being taken by IBM and certain organizations.
Link posted by JVMM : 2:20 PM