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  Tuesday, October 01, 2002

   This article about corporate universities in Russia (in Russian) is a bit controversial: it's nice to see something about the topic, but I wouldn't agree with the idea of "outsourced corporate university" as they suggest. For me corporate university means something aligned with company's strategy and culture and can be hardly outsourced.
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  Back to work

I'm back from one more week off. This time I went home, to Moscow.

This was a strange feeling - one week to see my friends and family, running around and a quiet pleasure of discovering that knowledge that I gain with my current work far from home is relevant for my country. Definitely Russian KM/learning market is growing. This makes me happy: I will have something interesting to do back home in a couple of years.

Another discovery is that my blogging helps to keep in touch. I was surprised to find out how many people read it (not this "professional" blog, but another one, personal ;) It will keep me motivated...

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