RE: ...KM, CM and SS

Subject: RE: ...KM, CM and SS
From: Thom Randolph <thom -at- tctrandolph -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Sun, 17 Mar 2002 13:09:05 -0800


At 11:13 AM 3/17/2002 -0800, Lisa Wright wrote:

John Posada wrote:
> What kind of knowledge management are we talkiing about here.

I'm sure the anti-STC/union/peer-help factions will bristle at suggestions such as these, but sometimes groups of varying ilk put together bunches of information useful to outsiders....

A good place for KM information is KMWorld, which is a monthly trade newspaper for the KM industry. Each issue typically has some product information, so-called "best" practices, case studies, and of course news. They are at:

http://www.kmworld.com

If you haven't already done the bingo-card subscription thing, do so. It's an interesting look into a sometimes confusing arena.

Another industry-site with information about Enterprise Content Management, KM's little brother, is the Association for Image and Information Management, or AIIM. They're at:

http://www.aiim.org

They're heavily into the interoperability issues, and work close with a variety of other groups, and they have their own standards organizations as well.

Thom Randolph



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References:
Re: Some thoughts on knowledge management, content management and single sourcing: From: Andrew Plato
RE: Some thoughts on knowledge management, content management and single sourcing: From: Lisa Wright

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