Downloadable KM e-Books
You may be interested in the following:
What are the changes that you need to make in your mindsets and assumptions to align them to the realities of the global knowledge economy?
Read my free e-book: “99 Paradigm Shifts for Survival in the Global Knowledge Economy: a Knowledge Management Reader” Try it! Each chapter is short (3-4 pages only) and readable in 15 minutes or less!
Download from the CCLFI website by clicking here.
“Poor” communities are wealthy in intangibles! Successful anti-poverty projects are so because they leverage on the wealth of community intangibles.
Download the free e-book: “Community Wealth Rediscovered: Knowledge for Poverty Alleviation” from the CCLFI website by clicking here.
A book I edited describes twenty-two case studies of good KM practices from nine Asian countries. It is entitled “Knowledge Management in Asia: Experiences and Lessons” and published by the Asian Productivity Organization, Tokyo in 2008.
You can download the e-book for free by clicking here.
Download a survey of best practices in how Asia-Pacific governments pursue a knowledge-based development strategy. I wrote this technical note for the Asian Development Bank in 2006. The publication is available freely from the ADB website by clicking here: Moving Toward Knowledge-Based Economies: Asian Experiences.
The Asian Productivity Organization released last January 2009 a new KM e-book entitled “From Productivity to Innovation: Proceedings from the Second International Conference on Technology and Innovation for Knowledge Management.” The conference was held in New Delhi, India last 12–14 February 2008. I served as the conference rapporteur and volume editor. You can download the e-book for free by clicking here.
I edited the proceedings of the International Productivity Conference 2007 entitled “Knowledge Management: from Brain to Business” held last 18-19 January 2007 in Bangkok, Thailand. It was sponsored by the Thailand Productivity Institute and Asian Productivity Organization (Tokyo).