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KMBA 2013 : Big Data Workshop on Knowledge Management and ...

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Due to the consideration of real-time performance, return on investment (ROI), complexity /practicability, and data-human interface, one important approach for predictive big data analytics is to focus on the creation and maintenance of domain ...

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Do We Need to Extend ‘No Surprises Management?’ — HBS Working Knowledge

Do We Need to Extend ‘No Surprises Management?’ — HBS Working Knowledge | Knowledge Management | Scoop.it
Bosses don't like surprises from their direct reports. But no surprise management works just as well when bosses don't surprise those lower in the organization, says Jim Heskett . Can it be done?

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Prof. Hankell's curator insight, June 6, 2013 7:24 AM

SURPRISE = to capture or assault suddenly and without warning; to present with something unexpected...

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Keeeb, The Free Next Generation Knowledge Management System for Everyone - noupe

Keeeb, The Free Next Generation Knowledge Management System for Everyone - noupe | Knowledge Management | Scoop.it

Bookmarking services are a dime a dozen. So, I wasn't too keen on checking out yet another iteration by the name of Keeeb. But, and I honestly mean it, I'm glad I did....

 

textKeeeb takes the fun aspect from Pinterest, being able to clip photos, videos and – what Pinterest is not able to do – text snippets and presenting the content in the grid-based Pinterest-style layout. Other than Pinterest, Keeeb allows for remixing the content from different sources. You can integrate text, photo and video from different sources into one keeebie. This resembles the So.cl approach, should anybody ever have come across this social network from Redmond…

 

...The difference to Keeeb is, that in Keeeb you do not save whole pages (articles whatever), but you concentrate on only the relevant snippets. Keeeb founder Konrad Gulla says, that the approach of Pocket or Instapaper and other read-it-later services does not solve the problems, information overload imposes on us. Instead, the pile of unread items stacks up and gets higher by the hour, a wrong track. With Keeeb you only save the relevant passages from articles, which – if you really do – surely adds value to your research....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, May 29, 2013 1:56 PM

Cool tool that is worth exploring.

Marc Thomalla's comment, May 29, 2013 2:09 PM
Thx - if u have any questions feel free to contact me!
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Knowledge Management and E-Learning (9781439837252) - book available now

Knowledge Management and E-Learning (9781439837252) - book available now | Knowledge Management | Scoop.it

Edited by Jay Liebowitz and Michael S Frank:

 

"The book's first part looks at KM practices in e-learning and covers techniques and methodologies. The second part contains several case studies looking at applications of KM to e-learning in businesses, government agencies, and universities in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, U.K., and Europe. The book concludes with a summary of future trends by experts at these organizations. This book ties knowledge management (KM) with e-learning as complementary approaches, highlighting the leading and emerging work being accomplished in this space. These chapters explain knowledge capture, retention, transfer, and sharing."

http://c69.co/13968517

 


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I will have to look into this book to see whether it meets my needs. My organization has an interest in both aspects of KM and e-learning, for internal purposes as well as our constituents and customers.

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Karen du Toit's curator insight, June 7, 2013 7:24 AM

Future trends in KM explored as well!