Re: [cp] Re: Survey on knowledge and learning
- Thanks David.
It's a great effort and a beuatiful diagram. I'll study it carefully.
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From: "David Meggitt" <dmeggitt@...>
> For reference I put together Verna's knowledge archetype and also
> inserted where I thought CoPs entered the story. It may be useful
> illustrating some of the relationships you mention.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Joe Firestone <eisai@...> wrote:
> > Hi Lesley,
> > I don't know that this is a matter to be settled by a survey. I
> > one needs to offer explications of key terms such as 'learning,'
> > 'knowledge,' 'knowledge management' and 'organizational learning'
> > then discuss the relationships among them based on the explication
> > explications one proposes.
> We invite readers and other parties who may have
> > an interest in exploring this proposal with us further to
> contact us
> > about it."
> > BTW, there are at least five people at the World Bank who, having
> > completed our CKIM certificate program, have a good understanding
> of the
> > perspective I've outlined and of the books and articles it's based
> > I'll be happy to give you their names off-line if that would be
> > Best,
> > Joe
> > Joseph M. Firestone, Ph.D.
> > Managing Director, CEO
> > Knowledge Management Consortium International
> > www.kmci.org
> > http://radio.weblogs.com/0135950
> > http://www.dkms.com
> > 703-461-8823
> > lshneier@... wrote: