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October 23, 2006

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Martijn van Westerlaak

My top three:

- Kennismanagement: De Praktijk (dutch literature), translated: Knowledgemanagement, the practice. A combination from Nonaka & Takeuchi and Davenport & Prusak. Takes the best from both.
- The Knowledge-Creating Company: How Japanese Companies Create the Dynamics of Innovation by Ikujiro Nonaka and Hirotaka Takeuchi
- Working Knowledge, Davenport and Prusak.

Denham

Here is a brand new book creeping into my top 5.

KnowingKnowledge by George Siemens, October 2006. George looks at how knowledge is changing given a connected world. He makes some important observations that merit our discussion:

http://www.knowingknowledge.com/wiki/index.php/ONLINE_EDUCA_2006

Download for free:
http://knowingknowledge.com/2006/10/knowing_knowledge_pdf_files.php

Nat Welch

Two of my favorites are:
1) Common Knowledge by Nancy Dixon. An excellent look at how knowledge gets shared in organizations.
2) Corps Business: The 30 Management Principles of the U.S. Marines by David Freedman. A sleeper that shows why our armed forces are so far ahead of most corporations when it comes to knowledge management and collaboration

bill Ives

Thanks for all the suggestions. I recenlty had the pleasure of presenting at a session in Dallas that included Nancy Dixon. I was extremely impressed with her breathe of knowledge and common sense. Common Knowlewdge is a great book. Bill

Gautam

For me it's -
The Knowledge Creating Company by Nonaka
working knowledge by Tom Davenport
Intellectual Capital by Tom Stewart

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