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Category Archives: knowledge

Social Computing

Dave Snowden is well-known in the knowledge management field. He has been kind enough in the past to present to online conferences that we have hosted at University of Manitoba (most recently, our Future of Education conference). Over the last few years, his writings/presentations have taken a turn that very much fits in with concepts [...]

Creating Knowledge: Network Structure and Innovation

When organizations begin planning new ways for employees to share knowledge, the focus is often misplaced on the explicit act of sharing knowledge itself. We cannot meaningfully “force” people to share. At best, we can create situations/conditions/ecologies in which exchange of ideas will occur. Or, more succinctly: “Promoting knowledge sharing is a matter of (a) [...]