August 09 Tweets

August 09 Tweets: Knowledge Management, innovation, collaboration

 

by Madanmohan Rao

KM Consultant and Author

http://twitter.com/MadanRao

 

 

“Indian immigrants to the US started more tech companies than counterparts from UK, China, Taiwan and Japan combined” http://tiny.cc/U4aGO

National innovation and cluster strategies for the Knowledge Society: http://tiny.cc/wmE7V  http://tiny.cc/Ha0L8  http://tiny.cc/P3cj6

Putting the finishing touches to my 3-part course on Knowledge Management at ISIM this semester: http://tiny.cc/sVkGJ  Come sign up!

New studies on offshoring and the “geography of knowledge” http://tiny.cc/jIawv  http://tiny.cc/17Je9

Monthly meetings of KM practitioners are held in Bangalore and Melbourne http://www.kcommunity.org  http://www.melbournekmlf.org

Knowledge Management initiatives to help reduce risk from disasters in the Philippines: http://tiny.cc/8OERq

Innovation paths: centres, transitions, case studies http://tiny.cc/t8UWP  http://tiny.cc/cvU9F  http://tiny.cc/Ph7ua  http://tiny.cc/T7aUd

Social networking + knowledge management: views, methods http://tiny.cc/YBv9r  http://tiny.cc/S7MbV  http://tiny.cc/TQBRe  http://tiny.cc/5y0Je

Browsing v/s “strategic” reading: scientists want to read, relate and annotate research articles http://tiny.cc/9hRTx

Emerging innovations in Silicon Valley www.edn.com/blog/1700000170/post/450015045.html

Event on collective intelligence, Web 2.0 and knowledge management to be held in Minnesota in September http://tiny.cc/I15Mf

Knowledge Management in Hong Kong: Government CIO office wins MAKE award http://tiny.cc/srpfr

Knowledge Management picks up in the government/public sector: progress in the US and Abu Dhabi http://tiny.cc/EzHk2  http://tiny.cc/llL6U

Knowledge Management in Indonesia: Unilever Indonesia wins MAKE award, for learning systems http://tiny.cc/lj1gQ

Siew Ning Kan on organisational and domestic knowledge communication complexities http://tiny.cc/ehpjP

Steve Ellis: KM should not be owned by HR (“fluffy bunnies”) or IT (“techno-fetishists” – brain pain guaranteed!) http://tiny.cc/ehpjP

Etienne Wenger on KM: importance of social artists, learning as activism+ mutual meaningfulness, knowing as an identity http://tiny.cc/ehpjP

Knowledge Management: KM Singapore 2009 kicks off, KM Excellence Awards announced: http://km.techsparks.com/?p=15

More KM events in Asia: National Economic Research and Business Assistance Centre, Philippines http://tiny.cc/DpGps

Knowledge for Development: Knowledge Management Africa network addresses role of science, engineering; gender http://tiny.cc/04Uzs

KM event in Bangalore next week http://www.kcommunity.org  

Not the kind of innovations we would like to see: airport scams in Thailand http://tiny.cc/bOrrG  http://tiny.cc/bLIOd  http://tiny.cc/2TVz5

Am off to Bangkok to meet some “KM types.”Here are some KM links in Thailand http://tiny.cc/6RfdH  http://tiny.cc/IMLfq  http://tiny.cc/i7lM7

Has knowledge management become its own silo in academia? http://tiny.cc/FtxSz

Here are some job announcements in knowledge management http://tiny.cc/yMzY8  http://tiny.cc/2S1xS  Knowledge workers of the world unite! :-)

Speaking of the moon, here’s a piece on knowledge management at NASA: http://bit.ly/3Q4US9

Knowledge management: “Middle Path” strategy http://bit.ly/cI4az

Knowledge management conference in Malibu: but I can’t be in two places at the same time! http://bschool.pepperdine.edu/newsevents/kmforum/

Provocative piece: knowledge & development: http://bit.ly/64B4p

 

 

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