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March 18, 2010


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Thanks for the posting and highlight. It seems the focus fully on business issues.
What happen with those non-business or work related issues? For example community building and cross-silo networking, which have never taken care much inside intranet.

Richard Miller

Great point. A corporate intranet should be a mix of both informal and formal collaboration. What I have learnt over the years as a knowledge manager is that formal methods to knowledge management, talent management and skill management always failed - while had some great success via social networking, away from normal. people like to share, informally and not when forced.

We tried some virtual learning and stuff from root, and pilot implementations always crashed. While it was hard to imagine a feasible model for the bigger picture, I could gain some great insights from here. check it out.

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