Have you lost your mind?

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Since the advent of the written word, we've been storing our knowledge away in physical and digital containers. And with the abundance of knowledge assets, the container-centric approach has broken. …

Since the advent of the written word, we've been storing our knowledge away in physical and digital containers. And with the abundance of knowledge assets, the container-centric approach has broken. Yet, we seem to continue to insist in doing things the old way. I've seen and experienced a better way to store and access knowledge. It's a people-centric approach that utilizes social smarter work practices and solutions. For more info www.ibm.com/social

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  • yes i have lost
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  • This is really a great presentation! The power of collaboration was called out in a story telling way! Great deck Louis!!!
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  • Great deck Louis!
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  • @kbmsg I agree. We share knowledge on a daily basis that is lost. What we don't realize is how much 'knowledge' is actually available for capture. Think of the knowledge wasting away in email in-boxes (note...it's another container). What if these conversations were held in the context of a community update or idea jam? How many times have you answered a email question repeatedly, when you could have answered it once and the inquirer could have 'self served' the answer? The problem is becoming the signal to noise ratio. Because we can't determine what is important...everything is important. And if everything is important...nothing is important. So the wheat looks like the chaff. Having a people centric approach adds the 'credibility' and 'context' to the knowledge. Instead of shouting louder or more (spam), we need to learn how to whisper in the right ears. That's a people thing.
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