Yesterday, I had the privilige to give an invited talk on the barriers in knowledge management at the LWA07 (Lernen-Wissen-Adaption) at the Martin-Luther University in Halle. I summarized the findings of our 2004 delphi study on the future of KM and of my 2005 case study on user-perception of two knowledge management systems and received a lot of positive feedback. I also learned the new fad: Experience Management. Difference from Knowledge Management? It's about knowledge that comes from personal experience. Oh. Now thats something different.
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