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).

=>Back to main page of Apin Talisayon’s Weblog
=>Jump to Clickable Master Index


8 Responses to “Downloadable KM e-Books”

  1. Sahat P Hutagalung Says:

    Great Dr Serafin T,your blog is valueable for me


    Sahat P Hutagalung

  2. ichwan setiadi Says:

    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
    As a beginner in learning Knowledge Management, I have learned very very valuable topics in your articles. I see that you could see ‘something’ related to the topics with new, fresh, and innovative perspective. For example that not only cognitive factor that we focus on when learning, but affective factor (motivation) also contributes to effective learning. This is common thing that many articles do not discuss.
    The other fresh perspectives…I agree with most of those.
    I’m willing to learn more from you. I wish I could attend your seminar or class, or any events in Jakarta, Indonesia.

  3. apintalisayon Says:

    Thank you for your kind words Ichwan.

    With what organization are you connected?

  4. Mano Says:

    Dear Sir,

    Its quite informative. I feel like, where i have been without this weblog!


  5. tilit Says:

    This is a virtual reunion. I am teaching Economics and Education Technology… I was just reminded of your KM formula. Part of our assessments among our graduating students is all about Product Innovation… and you will be glad to judge some of their best works. Thank you for shedding a portion of your intellect to our teachers. Mabuhay po kayo…

  6. apintalisayon Says:

    Hello Tilit!

    Thanks! How are you doing (nasaan ka na nga bang bansa?) na?

  7. Lala Gopalan Says:

    Hi Doc. Apin

    We’re “setting up” KM in DSWD and am very glad to have come across your weblog. I am very grateful because your articles are easy to understand and brings KM from the organization down to the individual.



  8. apintalisayon Says:

    Hello Lala!

    I am glad they are useful to you (I have missed blogging for a year now due to my heavy travel schedules).

    Please tell your DSWD colleagues about my blog; they may find them useful too. BTW, I met Director Sampang of SWIDB at a KMAP event last February and one of the DSWD staff (Mr. Eduard Gonong was my KM student last semester.

    Send my best regards to Leslie.


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: