What I need to pitch:
Applehans, Globe & Laugero, 1999. "Managing knowledge" A practical web-based approach. Addison Wesley.
The authors do not know the difference between information and knowledge enough said. My amazon review
Tissen, Andriessen and Deprez, 1998. "Value-based knowledge management". creating the 21st century company: knowledge intensive, people rich. Longman.
I feel I payed for the original lavish color plates that dot this book. It was the most expesive KM book I have purchased, over $115. Poor insights, trite prognostigation and glowing reports on the benefits of KM. Please do not repeat my error
Amidon, 2003. "The innovation superhighway". Butterworth-Heinemann.
Too abstract, wrong focus and way to self-serving to deliver anything. my blog review
Albert & Bradley, 1997. "Managing Knowledge". Experts, agencies and organizations. Cambridge.
They missed the boat forecasting the coming knowledge worker revolution. A superficial study of experts and the nature of knowledge work.
Duffy, 1999. "Harvesting experience". Reaping the benefits of knowledge. ARMA International.
Nothing original, useful or deep here. Duffy trots through the well-worn paths of setting up a KM project, building a repository, measuring ROI and implementing a strategy. Rather read Davenport & Prusak they do a much better job.
So what KM books have you pitched?