Monday, March 17, 2003


Technical trends bode well for KM "The same protections also apply to Tacit's forthcoming ActiveNet — which the company describes as a tool-agnostic, "active collaboration network." E-mail messages and other documents such as those in Notes, SharePoint, or Weblogs are fed into ActiveNet and are organized into topical "hotlists" that drive a supply-and-demand market for contacts and information. The topics in your public profile define a supply of expertise in those areas; other users who construct similar profiles create a demand; the system offers to connect those whose profiles intersect."

"Corporate blogs may be ushering in new era of voluntary communication critical for KM. Knowledge that people don't publish can, alternatively, be deduced from documents and message traffic -- if you take necessary privacy precautions."
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