Collecting Knowledge and Learning - 3/8/2007

The difference between innovation and invention - ZDNet
Developed nations spend $1,270 per capita per year to boost research and development and knowledge. But the returns are minimal. If you invent something and don't do anything with it your efforts are wasted.

6 ways to improve on knowledge management - unCOMMON KNOWLEDGE
The concepts behind knowledge management however, can make a big difference to you and your business — and best of all, they don’t cost you any money.

Fount of all wisdom - and foolery - Telegraph.co.uk
Deep down, though, we all knew Wikipedia wasn't that reliable. And its patchiness is glaringly obvious when a controversial figure, such as the paediatrician Prof David Southall, gets just a few lines, even though the Attorney General is reviewing cases in which he has appeared as an expert witness.

Free Book PDFs - EPPIC
Free PDFs from Guy Wallance - lean-ISD (recipient of an ISPI Awards of Excellence), T&D Systems View, and Management Areas of Performance.

Demystifying Salary Information - Simplicity Works Everytime
What should you be paid and/or what should your employees be paid -- online tools for salary negotiations.

Steven Pinker on the decline of violence - My Hearts in Accra
From the TED 2007 conference. I'm not sure how relevant this is to this collection of knowledge and learning links, but somehow it seems right.

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