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According to John Robb from Userland Software traditional knowledge management has spend too much attention on existing stores of knowledge and too little on creation and distribution of new knowledge.
Using the concept of weblogs for knowledge management is an effective way of sharing and storing valuable information inside a company. With knowledge logs (k-logs) employees can add their knowledge to an Intranet through a personal log and exchange ideas, revise documents and even manage projects.
The idea of k-logs is interesting, but I tend to agree with the skeptics. K-logging seems to be a step back from the discussion forums that most companies with an Intranet have. Knowledge management is a joint effort whereas k-logs are individual. With forums you can share, store, discuss and enrich information in a collective context.
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