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December 30, 2009


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Ellen Feaheny

I'd agree with your opening para - the first saying ("knowledge is power") is positively still true - yet the sharing angle ("sharing knowledge is power") as pertains to E2.0 positively allows more organizational power - enormous amounts. And now the playing field is more leveled given open access to so many enabling tools (personal and enterprise level).

"Hoarding knowledge" however is starting to be more explicitly taboo though, vs just an unspoken taboo, organizationally.

This enlightenment of a forever common sense notion (i.e., more heads better than one, power of teamwork, etc.) is good good!

bill  Ives

Ellen - Thanks for your comment. I certainly agree. Happy 2010. Bill

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