Knowledge Management 765
Knowledge Management is a discipline that examines information and human understanding, using concepts from education, information technology, cognitive psychology and library science. It is also a strategy aimed at turning an organization's intellectual assets, both recorded information and the talents of its members, into greater productivity, new value, and increased competitiveness. It provides a powerful way of looking at how society organizes itself and uses its intellectual resources and promises a means of humanizing our approach to modern technology, putting the understanding of human intellect and motivation at the center.
A portal that provides forums, weblogs, news feeds, event calendar, book reviews, articles, case studies, resource links, KM who's who listing, and archives.
Insights from University of Sheffield on information management, science and systems. Includes the international e-journal Information Research, a list of related academic departments and guide to resources.
Provides a knowledge network and support environment for the IT industry. Features discussion groups, news, newsletters and a job bank.
Joe Gollner Papers and Presentations Archive
Philosophy-educated corporate executive Joe Gollner offers papers on content providers and the agile university, the anatomy of knowledge, and XML business templates, as well as writings on English literature.
The Knowledge Management Forum
Virtual community of practice focused on furthering fundamental theories, methods and practices. Features archives and news.
Knowledge Management Research Program
Studies technological and organizational challenges associated with introducing KM into the enterprise and conducts projects which apply and refine theoretical models. Features publications and projects.
Wikipedia: Knowledge Management
Comprehensive article summarizes competing viewpoints, and offers a bibliography with hundreds of online and printed sources.
Global catalog finds more than one billion items and growing, online articles and files as well as books and media in libraries near the searcher's computer location.