Lagniappe: The Thirteenth Doughnut
In This Chapter
▶ Managing your personal knowledge with IT
▶ Assessing your personal capital
▶ Importance and rewards of networking
▶ Finding mentors
In 1996, the American Productivity and Quality Center conducted its first consortium study on knowledge management. One of the six strategies discovered for knowledge management was personal responsibility for knowledge. Between that time and the year 2000, I saw practically nothing on the topic. It was as if the notion had dropped off the face of the KM earth.
Unbelievable, you might say. How could all of these people devote so much effort to improving ...