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  Tuesday, March 04, 2003

  Why Content Management Software Hasn't Worked


Why Content Management Software Hasn't Worked. The same could be said of the LCMS industry: "Content management software hasn't worked because it was badly designed and massively over-hyped. Software companies lied about their products, charging criminal prices for crap software. It hasn't worked because organizations didn't understand content. They wanted a quick fix. They issued specifications that bore little relation to what they actually needed." By Gerry McGovern, New Thinking, March 3, 2003 [Refer][Research][Reflect]

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  New blog: Real KM New blog Real KM by "Luigi" Lugmayr points to Blogs from Microsoft Employees. Two new site to notice :)
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  Transdisciplinarity in KM

Recent comments to “Emergent KM Research” – proposal from Quaerere to KAngels continue the discussion about multi-/trans-/inter-disciplinary approaches to KM. At this stage reading the discussion can make you totally confusing, so to pieces:

Definition of transdisciplinarity (cited by Peter Troxler from Transdisciplinarity - New Structures in Science)

a scientific (...) principle that is active wherever a definition of problems and their solutions is not possible within a given field or discipline.

Boris Wyssusek

I also want to reiterate my question: is there anyone seriously interested in methodological issues of KM? Please let me know.

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