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Competence and Knowledge Organisation

Keynote: Matt Moore – Competence and Knowledge Organisation from Patrick Lambe on Vimeo. More on IKO 2015 here.

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Cybersecurity for information professionals: The personal dimension

Download the article here One of the key themes of the articles we have written for this publication is that “software is eating the world”. To put it another way, many everyday activities and objections are being transformed by internet-based technologies. … Continue reading

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The Internet of Things: A Primer for Information Professionals

Download here What were you doing in 2008? Whatever you were doing, it is unlikely that you were celebrating the eclipse of the human race (although the global financial crisis may have given you some cause to do so). According … Continue reading

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Enterprise Social Networks – Case Studies

Download article here In the previous article, we recounted a brief history of social media in both the public world of the internet, the private spaces of organisations and the blurred lines in between. This article is less theoretical and … Continue reading

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Enterprise Social Software – Setting Out The Landscape

Download article now Social software is big business. Facebook has 1.3 billion monthly active users . LinkedIn has 300 million users. Twitter has 271 million monthly active users. These are huge numbers – which indicate that these are sites that … Continue reading

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What do you call knowledge management?

Download the list of what people call it. Stan Garfield deserves a shout out here but so does everyone else who contributed.

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Individual decision-making and information management

Download now Our lives are a parade of decisions that we make with a greater or lesser degree of consciousness. Some are banal (“tea or coffee?”) and some are momentous (“will you marry me?”). We would rather make good decisions … Continue reading

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