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January 31, 2004

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» Wellsprings of innovation. from The Ourhouse Weblog
I liked Denham Gray's analysis of the spectrum of knowledge management: Everyone positions themselves somewhere along the spectrum from knowledge creation (awareness, learning, community) to intellectual capital (knowledge assets, branding, knowledge e... [Read More]

» Capital Property and Usability: Matters of the Mind. from KnowProSE
I came across Knowledge-at-work: The KM spectrum and I was amazed at how the same thing is being thought of in different ways. Denham Grey is loosely referring to 'intellectual property' through use of the term 'intellectual capital'. What's the... [Read More]

» Denham's KM Spectrum from Knowledge Jolt with Jack
I always find Denham Grey's writings worth a couple of reads. Knowledge-at-work: The KM spectrum is another good piece: Everyone positions themselves somewhere along the spectrum from knowledge creation (awareness, learning, community) to intellectual ... [Read More]

» Human Views of Knowledge from Monkeymagic
Dueck hints that Denham's spectrum, while making intuitive sense, may not be rich enough to be practical. And I've got a feeling he's right. [Read More]

» The KM spectrum and valuing knowledge from Making Connections
Denham Grey wrote about The KM Spectrum recently, suggesting how far knowledge creation stands from intellectual capital: "Everyone positions themselves somewhere along the spectrum from knowledge creation (awareness, learning, community) to intellectu... [Read More]

» The KM spectrum from elearnspace
The KM spectrum: "Everyone positions themselves somewhere along the spectrum from knowledge creation (awareness, learning, community) to intellectual capital (knowledge assets, branding, knowledge exchanges)."... [Read More]

» Human View of Knowledge from Monkeymagic
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