Today was an introductory day: icebrakers, getting to know each other and discussing KM models. Highlights and insights:
For the first time I've heard the story of 3M inventing post-its. This is a great example, so I'm going to find out more details
From the analysis of KM characteristics in a company - there is less difference between "current" and "should be" descriptions at the individual level, as people tend to be more critical about "them", the organisation.
Gunnar Hedlund (1994) in his KM model uses "articulated" rather then "explicit" knowledge. I like it more, it shows the origin of knowledge.
I was suprised how many people talk about context, trust and values rather then technologies for KM
I should look for ideas of Kuhn about evolution of scientific ideas
We had a great "knowledge market" activity: everyone wrote their "look for" and "to share" points on the piece of paper that is hanging on the walls around. I already found several people interested in my "KM/learning" topic
French keyboard is awful - tomorrow I'll try writing in my laptop and then sending