What’s the status of Knowledge Management today? Hear from two of the pioneers
The video below is a conversation between Nancy Dixon and Tom Stewart, two of the early pioneers of the KM discipline. This is great stuff with important insights – please set aside 30 minutes to listen to it!
The conversation is part of Columbia University’s “IKNS Conversations That Matter” series (see the video in context here). In this conversation these two KM pioneers discuss KM’s beginnings thirty years ago, how it has improved organizational outcomes, and what challenges remain within the practice.
In case they need any introduction to people new to the KM field:
- Tom Stewart, is former Editor-in-Chief of Harvard Business Review and now Chief Knowledge Officer of AchieveNEXT, and author of (amongst other books) Intellectual Capital, the new wealth of nations
- Nancy Dixon, is a lecturer in Columbia’s Information and Knowledge Strategy program, a long time thought leader and blogger in KM, and author of (amongst other books) Common Knowledge.