By David Griffiths:
"These 10 Destructive KM Myths seem to permeate conversations around the digital KM-sphere. They are not ranked and I am sure you could add to them, but, from my perspective, they need to be put out to pasture.
1. KM is technology
2. KM is about developing tools
3. It’s okay to start with KM and worry about the rationale later
4. Build it and they will come\
5. The SECI and DIKW models are the foundations of the field
6. KM emerged in the 1990′s
7. It’s okay for KMers to manage ‘parts’ in isolation (i.e. lessons learned)
8. It’s hard to determine value
9. KM is fuzzy and hard to define
10. KM is dead"