Thanks to Ed Mitchell’s tip and blog post I was reminded of the latest free e-book produced by the Knowledgeboard. This year’s crop of practical stories and methods (Hands-on knowledge co-creation and sharing – Practical methods and techniques), highly reccomendable as a read and maybe even as a referece is already available for download here (for some reason it’s not hosted on the KB).
The book has two selling points: its content is useful and comes from practical experiences; and it’s not a «management book»: it’s not been edited to make it soundbite-friendly or easy to digest, but practically as a reference manual with clearly marked sections in every chapter, which makes for clear and straightforward reading and for better relevance of each of the chapters. I confess I’m still less than half-way through it (it’s enormous) and not every story fits my interests, but this is one that will go into my KM e-library (and yes I’m ashamed that a second book has gone out and still haven’t got around to proposing anything)
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