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Nahum, I couldn't agree more. In fact, with 'New Media' we're on the same page: There's also some traction on 'Collaborative Media' and 'Collaborative Technology' but those are mouthfuls .. might not stand up to everyday use. I'm about to post on 'semantics in a virtual world, and the challenge of shifting context', and it looks like we're on the same page there too. Thanks for your link to Mark D's post, I need to read it. One going in thought: the loss of 'critical thinking' skills in society (and of course, in gov't) allows otherwise useful metaphors to overpower what they're trying to describe. Looking forward to further dialog & insights. Chris
Steve, I still love this blog post (having first read it months ago). Organic. Visual. Simple. It's especially elegant in painting the learn-know-create sequence, not as a linear, mechanical process (like the storing of artifacts), but as a continuous, autonomic cycle. Learning, knowing and creating need to be natural like that. A cycle. Koan zero. Too bad our industrial paradigms are so deeply buried in our psyche. I think pushing for culture change is the only way to change out those filters. Does KM become a new flag bearer for organizational learning and critical thinking? Chris (@SourcePOV)
Toggle Commented Oct 23, 2009 on Koan Zero? at Steve Barth | Reflexions
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