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not a downturn - but a re-structure..?!? - 0 views

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    " Interesting view on the present economic changes..."
kin wbs

TMA blog on the future of virtual teamwork and collaboration - 0 views

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    Terence Brake Blog
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    "worth tracking if you're involved in Global Virtual teams"
Phil Ridout

In a period of uncertainty, KM is Useful, but Strategic Knowledge Management is Essential - 0 views

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    You may need to be a member of the Linked In Group http://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=138655&trk=anet_ug_hm to see this
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    Victor Newman says.... Just as managers make sure that we do things right, leaders are responsible for ensuring that we do the right thing. Similarly, knowledge management helps us do things better, but strategic knowledge management (SKM) makes sure we invest in doing the right things for the right reasons.....
Gary Colet

BBC iPlayer - More or Less: 08/05/2009 - 0 views

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    For a fascinating item relevant to Prediction Markets, listen to thisBBC Radio 4 'More or Less' item on The Recognition Heuristic' (from 9 mins 55 secs to 16 mins 47 secs).
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    For a fascinating item relevant to Prediction Markets, listen to this 'More or Less' item on The Recognition Heuristic' (from 9 mins 55 secs to 16 mins 47 secs).
kin wbs

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Opwys0zJ6UQ - 0 views

shared by kin wbs on 30 Apr 09 - Cached
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    This informal video from Vijay Govindarajan is only 3 mins long, but full of common sense about the way you should innovate in a downturn. Listen out for his reasoning as to why the reason the auto companies are now in trouble.
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    " This video from Vijay Govindarajan is only 3 mins long, but full of common sense about the way you should innovate in a downturn. Listen out for his reasoning as to why the reason the auto companies are now in trouble."
Phil Ridout

Cranfield University Knowledge Interchange - 0 views

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    What impact will the current economic downturn have on your business, and what steps can you take to lessen its effects? Faculty from Cranfield share their views.
Gary Colet

Wall Street Journal / MIT Sloan « MIT Sloan Management Review - 0 views

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    Wall Street journal / MIT Sloane Management Review article. How emerging markets are leading the way in thinking about markets in a downturn. The examples mainly come from marketing and product placement, but these are great lessons in how to think differently about an existing business model. The batteries pricing / packaging example was a neat way of presenting an existing offering in a more attractive & acceptable way during a downturn. The item about focussing on your existing customer base rather than new market opporunities got me thinking about how we use existing knowledge. The analogy works for me, because leveraging what we already know makes more sense than the cost of buying in expertise etc.
Phil Ridout

Layoffs send people and knowledge packing - 0 views

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    there is a tangible cost to companies when knowledge and experience walk out the door. Once that knowledge and experience are gone, no amount of TARP money will bring them back. It may be too late for some companies to prevent this now, but putting measures in place will lessen the blow in future
kin wbs

Cisco CEO John Chambers MIT video on leveraging opportunity in a downturn - 0 views

shared by kin wbs on 19 Mar 09 - Cached
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    Building the Next Generation Company: Innovation, Talent, Excellence
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    "Edit Cisco Building the Next Generation Company: Innovation, Talent, Excellence MIT seminar - Cisco President, John Chambers' presentation on the future of successful businesses"
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