Interim post on blogs as a KM tool

February 8, 2007

Calgary has snow and a civilised temperature – I have realised that I am built for cold climates! I am overdue to blog on my Dallas presentation with book references and the like, and also a substantial criticism of Hubert’s assertion that Blogs are not a management tool. Time however is short with the third accreditation course in two weeks (which are going well) and it will not be up tomorrow.

One of the good things about the Calgary programme is meeting up with old friends, but also with virtual friends. Jon Husband is a good example of that, I have been linked to his blog for some time and he passed me this clip which sets the scene for my coming criticism of Hubert.

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