Useful Distinctions in KM (or D Series)

My latest blogpost is the next one below and immediately following this, because this post is only the table of contents to the USEFUL DISTINCTIONS IN KM or D SERIES of my blogposts. Come back every few days to check each new post in this series.

D1- Knowledge versus information
D2- KM versus information management
D3- Tacit knowledge versus explicit knowledge
D4- Converting tacit to explicit knowledge and vice-versa
D5- Vertical learning versus horizontal learning
D6- IT track versus people track
D7- Supply-driven versus demand-driven KM
D8- Knowledge push versus knowledge pull
D9- Strategic KM versus operational KM
D10- KM tools: qualitative to quantitative
D11- Tangible versus intangible assets
D12- Relationship capital versus stakeholder capital versus customer capital
D13- Bridging social capital versus bonding social capital
D14- Innovation versus invention
D15- Knowledge culture versus knowledge capture
D16- Best practice versus next practice
D17- Single-loop learning versus double-loop learning
D18- Teaching versus facilitating learning
D19- Debate versus discussion versus dialogue
D20- IQ (head) versus EQ (heart) in KM
D21- Training versus learning-in-action

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3 Responses to “Useful Distinctions in KM (or D Series)”

  1. Sue Massey Says:

    Well said Great information, keep up the great work!

  2. Guru Says:

    Knowledge can be tacit (also known as, implicit) or explicit. There are various theories of knowledge capture, and the toughest challenge ever remains to capture tacit knowledge. After years of research & analysis, scientists created Knowledge Spiral which highlights different modes of knowledge capture. This spiral is applicable for knowledge management practices of various organizations too.

    Visit KM Spiral & its Perspectives for more details…

  3. Mark Ashworth Says:

    Nice! I’m looking forward to D15 🙂

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