Monday, November 1, 2004

In Events Weblogs: KM World & Intranets 2004

What do "The Fridge" and the Canadian Inuit Inukshuk have in common? Both are humanistic metaphors for successful Knowledge Management implementations presented at this conference in Santa Clara, October 26-28. The Fridge was used for an advertising agency to represent a depository of ideas gleaned over 30 years of business, with the introduction and internal promotion planned as carefully as an external advertising campaign. The Inukshuk looks like a person but represents culture, technology, leadership, knowledge, and measurement, all components of the evolving world of enterprise knowledge management.
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