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Part 1: The Wikipedia Myth - Enterprise 2.0 Knowledge Management

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offray May 19, 2010 04:55 PM
Thans a lot. Talking about commenting this is my comment to say thanks and also give feedback. In general is a very good presentation, but I'm not agree with the 25 slide and the comment of Drucker about Knowledge being "between ears". That was true for the old school of cognition, but the distributed cognition talks about a knowlege that is _also_ in the tools, environment and culture, so the three can contribute and change the way knowledge is managed and shared. I will see the next parts so see how this is addressed.

By the way, the "Related Content" could have a "My Recent Items" link in a similar way to the way that internal links are working because is usual to relate content that have been published by one in recent times (in older times that relation is forgotten).
viraf May 20, 2010 05:44 PM
An issue has been raised for your request for improvement in the "Related Content" behavior.
offray May 21, 2010 01:27 PM
Thanks. Should be nice also to put ratings on answers, like thumb up/down for example, as a way to say thanks or Good Answer or things like that.
offray May 19, 2010 05:04 PM
Also, I don't think that sharing is always voluntary. It depends on social contracts that you sign. Once you have signed them, for example when you got your job in an enterprise or became a member of a particular community, you start to follow that social contract or being recognized for not making that. Think for example about licensing and being part of a free software community. Being part of that community is voluntary, but once you're in it, you share in the way that community used to (or start a new way of sharing). So there is a question about that involvement and how we make explicit the ethos and values of our community of practice, even if this is part of the social practices of the enterprise. The fact is that most enterprise doesn't have the sharing ethos and policies explicit or the proper tools for making it.
offray May 19, 2010 05:12 PM
Je! seems that part two addresses the cultural changes that I talked before :-)... Still the idea of Druker is not really updated with todays conception of Knowledge