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Knowledge Management Still Remains a Victim of Technology
J.Jeyaseelan, ICT Consultant, India, Member
I believe current knowledge management concepts still remain a victim of technologies particularly data and document management technologies. The rich reservoir of knowledge that is now accessible over the Internet still remains out of reach, because of the limitations of the html framework that handles only text and the limitations of search engines that somehow manage to find something that is of use. My experience of using the www the last 13 years almost on a daily basis is that one comes across information that is often not related to what you are searching for. This is the reason why some kind of bookmarking that one accumulates over time becomes the main source of knowledge. In order to effectively manage knowledge, we should be able to uniquely classify, identify and relate almost everything on earth. Only that framework would help us spend our time more productively in the area of knowledge creation, communication, application and regeneration. (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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