Knowledge and Learning In The News - 7/27/2005
Designing sticky knowledge networks Much of any organization's experience and expertise remains underused and underexploited simply because it resides not in databases, repositories, or manuals but in the minds of its employees. The Neglected Receiver of Knowledge Sharing Most knowledge sharing practices neglect the group or individual who will receive and hopes to leverage knowledge. When Cell Phones Become Oracles Cell phones know whom you called and which calls you dodged, but they can also record where you went, how much sleep you got and predict what you're going to do next. At least, these are the capabilities of 100 customized phones given to students and employees at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology -- and they may be coming soon to your cell phone.
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