ActKM Bloggers and Blogs - list compiled by Kaye Vivian
David Snowden – Cognitive Edge
Overall theme is naturalised sense-making which includes knowledge management, plus the occasional tirade on matters of concern and news on the development of an open source approach to consultancy.
Keith De La Rue – It’d take a lot of it to make a man laugh…
It is about my work in Knowledge Management at Telstra, where I lead a small team engaged in collecting and transferring knowledge from Product Managers to an enterprise sales force. It is also about related areas of human communication, language, life in general and the impacts of IT and communications technologies.
Andy Roberts – DARnet
Andy Roberts blogs about Online Facilitation, research, blog communities, web2.0 tools, Wiki, microjobs, the long tail and general topics.
Luke Naismith – Knowledge Futures
Covering the intersection between knowledge management, strategic foresight, public policy and systems thinking.
Jack Vinson – Knowledge Jolt with Jack
Jack Vinson writes about knowledge management, personal effectiveness, theory of constraints and more. As he puts it more simply, he writes about KM, being a better knowledge worker, and how they are connected.
Patrick Lambe – Green Chameleon
Weblog of the folks at Straits Knowledge -- Patrick Lambe, Paolina Martin and Edgar Tan. We blog on practical and applied aspects of knowledge management implementation, and I also blog from time to time on taxonomy development, which is the subject of my latest book: Organising Knowledge: Taxonomies, Knowledge and Organisation Effectiveness (Chandos 2007).
Shawn Callahan and Mark Schenk (and others) - Anecdote
Weblog of the folks at Anecdote – Mark Schenk and Shawn Callahan. We cover topics such as business narrative, knowledge strategy, change management, evaluation and communities of practice. The theme of our blog is 'putting stories to work'
John Maloney – John Maloney’s Weblogs
The Latest Postings for Colabria
Old blog http://radio.weblogs.com/0114748/ (archival purposes)
A economics examination of enterprise collaboration, learning and knowledge management.
Luis Suarez – ELSUA: the Knowledge Management Blog
ELSUA Blog posts from the world of Knowledge Management, Collaboration, Communities of Practice, Online Facilitation, Social Networking, Work-Life Balance, and Web 2.0. Specific topics include remote collaboration in distributed/virtual teams, ways to foster and boost KM techniques, personal knowledge management, and many more. Both blogs cover similar topics from different viewpoints, and the second one is in both Spanish and English.
Peter-Anthony Glick – Leveraging Knowledge
My blog attempts to focus on why and how organizations should consider strategically the leverage of knowledge generated/used/shared by its collaborators internally and/or externally. Two central recurrent themes found on my blog are the concept of co-creation of value (or more simply collaboration) with the customers, and the importance of an organizational culture conducive to knowledge-sharing.
Join Matt is his efforts to make the world a better place with the mighty sword of TRUTH and the limp celery stick of SARCASM. Expect Knowledge Management, Sensemaking, Value Networks, Narrative, Complexity Theory & lots of other stuff that Matt doesn't really understand but hopes will make him sound cool. Matt hosts a KM Books wiki at http://kmbooks.wikispaces.com/
Random thoughts of a middle-aged family man living in Ham, south-west London, UK who is interested in politics, music, education, beer, travel, architecture and other such matters. There are posts on KM and technology but there's more about the arts at the moment.
Seth Earley – Not Otherwise Catgorized...
I focus a good deal on content processes, search and categorization
David Rymer – CafeCuriosity
Patti Anklam – Networks, Complexity, and Relatedness
Inquiry and learning into social networks, organizational network analysis, and the relationships among people and systems in complex organizations and networks.
Stan Garfield – Weekly Knowledge Management Blog
Questions and answers; blogs; web sites; and books on knowledge management. Topics include knowledge sharing and reuse; collaboration and communities of practice; and people, process, and technology elements of successful KM programs. Stan has a more extensive list of KM Blogs at http://stangarfield.googlepages.com/kmblogs
Nimmy - Aa..ha! [Thinking Inside The Blog!]
Life, Spirituality and Knowledge Management are the key themes.
Jim Lee - APQC's Knowledge Management Blog
APQC is a non-profit association that has been researching knowledge management initiatives for the past 12 years. This blog has been created to enable us to share some of our lessons learned with you.
Dan Kirsch - Dr. Dan's Daily Dose
Critical review, evaluation, and discussion of all things KM.
Arjun Thomas - It's all about KM
A guide to all things Knowledge Management
Matt Hodgson - Matt's Musings
Bill Ives - Portals and KM
This blog shares ideas and hopes to generate discussion on the use of portals, blogs, and knowledge management to provide value to organizations through practical applications. New trends and technologies are covered with a switch to art, music, travel, and food on the weekends.
Sadly, Inactive KM Bloggers
Denham Grey – Knowledge-at-Work
Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation. Denham also maintains a list of KM bloggers at http://kmwiki.wikispaces.com/KM+bloggers
Joe Firestone – All Life is Problem Solving
Joe Firestone’s blog about the critical approach to knowledge making.
Bill Hall – A Woven Tapestry
Not precisely a blog, but a lot of good stuff. Although the works have been posted to forums as diverse as religion, organizational knowledge management, philosophy, technical writing, artificial intelligence, the emergence of life and organizational autopoiesis, the common thread underlying all of them is the theory and evolution of individual and organizational knowledge.
Davenport, et al - Babson Knowledge
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