Read Your Feedbacks

Dear colleagues,

I am very encouraged by your many comments and feedbacks to my blog. I am glad my blog was found useful by readers from U.K., Australia, India, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia, Netherlands, USA, Japan, Bahrain, Philippines, Ukraine and Canada. I reproduce them below for others to read. Cheers!

— Apin
(Serafin Talisayon)

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Just wanted to commend you with a well written and comprehensible defense of the view that KM is mainly about intangible assets. I do wonder though, what is your view on codification of knowledge? I will read the rest of the entries as well, when I have some time… As well as get a copy of your e-book.

Tim Zijlstra
London, U.K.
5 November 2008

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Dear Apin,

If only I had more time … I congratulate you with bringing KM to the forefront, sharing your knowledge and experience in a way that is comprehendable by many.

Thanks for sharing this life time work. I admire your thoroughness and thoughtfullness, we can only learn from these experiences and wherever we can bring to practice.

Keep up this initiative and stay in touch.

Have an ACCELERATing day

Best regards

Joris Claeys
Managing Director
ACCELERATE-gscs
Cebu City, Philippines
24 April 2009

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I just visited your site for the first time Sir Apin. There’s so much wealth of knowledge in here. Will find time to read it all. Thank you for sharing this to us. Your site is a MUST READ!

Chris Perez
Philippines
14 March 2009

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It was really nice to come across with such an informative blog.

thanks

Nishant Rampal
Telestrategies Inc
Ghaziabad, India
6 April 2009

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Apin,

Congratulations on having this post selected for inclusion in the April Carnival of Trust.
You can see it at http://www.egyii.com/blog/2009/04/06/the-april-2009-carnival-of-trust/

The Carnival of Trust is a carefully selected list of the Top Ten blogposts for the past month having to with the general subject of trust. This month it was hosted by James Irvine and Trip Allen at Egyii, in Singapore. http://www.egyii.com/index.html

The Carnival is one of the harder to get onto (only ten selections per month) and higher quality. This month, in particular—thanks in part to your post’s inclusion—the Carnival of Trust was singled out by a Carnival Overview site, saying “This is what a very well done blog carnival is like in terms of content!” See it at
http://politicalcalculations.blogspot.com/2009/04/on-moneyed-midways-april-10-2009.html

The Carnival of Trust is my brainchild, started two years ago to showcase good writing on the subject of trust: trust in business, society, and personal life. More at http://trustedadvisor.com/trustmatters.carnivalofTrust/

But that’s enough about the carnival. I just wanted to thank you for writing a fine piece of work, and congratulate you for inclusion in this month’s selections.

Sincerely,

Charles H. Green
Founder and CEO
Trusted Advisor Associates
West Orange, New Jersey
22 April 2009

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The blog is very informative and relevant. keep up the good work.

Avadh Yadav
New Delhi, India
17 February 2009

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Thanks for that great series you produced on KM … it was fantastic! I enjoyed reading it and found a lot of the information useful and simple to understand. I appreciate the time you put in to producing the content.

Regards

Dave Carlisle
Australia
20 January 2009

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You are Great. And so is your site! Awesome content. Good job guys! Interesting article, adding it to my favourites!

DinaAntaraTiC
Odessa, Ukraine
17 February 2009

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I came across your blogpost and it was of great help to me. I am thankful to your contribution…

Thanking you.

Vikash Pattnaik
India
22 January 2009

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… I like your blog very much, it becomes my daily breakfast.

Selamat !

Paul L. Tobing
Jakarta, Indonesia
19 December 2008

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I have visited your blog. And admire your passion in KM.

After 20 years of working in the private sector, I think KM should have a place of its own in any organization, for survival, competition and growth.

Hope can meet you some days in KM events or if you pass by Hong Kong.

Nevertheless, we can always share knowledge over mails and blogs (I don’t have one, yet)

Sincerely,

Vincent Leung
Hong Kong
12 November 2008

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Thank you Sir! I have already visited once and will keep visiting…

Regards

Shantanu Das
India
9 December 2009

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Thank you for the sharing. Your writing is impressive.

suparb pasong
Thailand
3 December 2009

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There are some really good stuff in your blog. I think I will be a regular visitor to your blog.

VS Lingam
Malaysia
28 October 2008

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Hi, I love the table! Very powerful information. However, I wonder whether the shifts need to be faster- can’t it be that a paradigm actually works well for a certain period of time? Continuous shift wouldn’t give people anything to rely on!

Joitske Hulsebosch
The Hague, Netherlands
21 January 2009

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I really like the diagrams, especially tacit to explicit and explicit to tacit- a distinction I use for myself at times too. Is the publication where they originate available online?

Joitske Hulsebosch
The Hague, Netherlands
29 November 2008

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I am a big fan of KM and i was fortunate to catch you in several forum where you discuss the KM framework. This blog is really impressive and profound. However, there is too much text to digest and can really cause indigestion. I am not really sure of the audience you want to reach. For students force to work on their term paper, the blog is very informative. However, if you are targeting mass audience who surf rather than browse or read, a simplified version can be very useful. This may take the shape of bite size blogs hyperlinked with each other.

Ruben Z. Martinez
Philippines
20 February 2009

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Very informative. Thanks for sharing.

Lakshman Pillai
India
1 December 2009

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..you present a practical approach and application to capturing the economics of learning. I am looking forward to reading more of your blog entries.

Anthony J Rhem
Chicago, USA
1 November 2008

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Looks very interesting Serafin, continue the good work!

Vincent Ribiere
Thailand
1 December 2009

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Thank you for your kindness informing about your blog on KM. The blog is very good. Thank for sharing me info about KM. Thank you, sire.

Haris Budiyono
Indonesia
27 October 2008

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Your blog is indeed very interesting, given your vast experience….

So more power to your elbow!

Warm regards,

Prem Saran
India
26 October 2008

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I visited your web site and the blogs….its great work, congrats!

Kamlesh Prakash
Tokyo, Japan
1 February 2009

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Intriguing stuff!

Wayne
U. K.
16 January 2009

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i visited your blog. its really superb. learnt a lot from it.

Cheers!

Swagata Palharya
India
1 January 2009

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Mabuhay, great reading! I am very interested in the next section.

Andre Pulido
North Carolina, USA
26 November 2008

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Thanks for sharing the link; pretty useful – have added the feed so I can keep track.

Sameer Agarwal
India
27 November 2008

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Thanks…very interesting…i will definitely explore your new blog….good initiative…..

Deepak Dwivedi
India
20 November 2008

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Thanks for the post as it was very enriching….

Lakshmi R
3 November 2008

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A nice web log. Thanks for sharing.

Andiral Purnomo
Jakarta, Indonesia
27 October 2008

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thank you for sharing your work on knowledge management.

great job!

best,

Widianto Nugroho
Indonesia
28 October 2008

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Your posts are really very very good. I was thinking how can we work together on some of the issues we have in our org. Will find some time to discuss with my team and get back to you. Our org is trying to focus on KM as one main pillar.

SID
Siddhartha Shankar
Thailand
7 March 2009

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It is very useful article about knowledge Management.

M Arockia Lourdu Raj
India
1 December 2009

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Really like your blog.

Elizabeth Shepherd
Bahrain
1 February 2009

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it is only recently that i stumbled upon your blog and i find it very enlightening…

likewise i agree with Mr. West that you truly have a very informative blog…

thank you very much for a very informative blog

we will be spreading the word about your blog in our different activities.

maraming maraming salamat po

Gener Luis Morada
Philippines
2 February 2009

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Well said! Great information, keep up the great work!

Sue Massey
Massachusetts, USA
27 November 2008

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Wonderful blog.

It would be great to see you on Twitter.

There is a growing community of KMers on Twitter – http://flockup.com/flocks/km

Appreciatively,

Peter West
London, Ontario, Canada
6 November 2008

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Fascinating summary of emerging trends. I’d like to think that rather than moving from yang to yin, we are evolving into a world where both are equally valued.

Catherine Auman
Los Angeles, California
16 February 2009

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One Response to “Read Your Feedbacks”

  1. Nishant Rampal Says:

    It was really nice to come accross with such a informative blog.

    thanks
    Nishant

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