On nurturing the fantasy that knowledge is always cumulative

Last week I read a piece on Shane Parrish's excellent Farnam Street blog -- "We nurture the fantasy that knowledge is always cumulative" -- highlighting commentary on that topic from author Kathryn Schultz (Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error). I tweeted the link and it struck a chord with a number of people … Continue reading On nurturing the fantasy that knowledge is always cumulative

The common ground of learning, KM and change

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to share some thoughts about KM, learning and change with members of KM Chicago. I love these events. I learn more than people might imagine. And what I learned last night (or was reminded of) is just how deeply KM practitioners understand the (seemingly) small things about technology adoption that … Continue reading The common ground of learning, KM and change