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April 18, 2012

you miss a day, you're left behind

my apologies, firstly to myself and secondly to the leader which resides within me.
I was unable to make it to the KBAM introduction lecture which i missed due to health issues...

but i had to justify myself that i would still make it to the discussion and indeed did with some reading from the webnotes provided. To my surprise what seemed to be an interesting module turned out to be one where immense research would need to be carried out in order to come to some mature discussion stage.

i have noticed and so have a few other colleagues of mine that there is a certain lazyness in the air, colleagues are in that stage of 'getting it done now' and not following the appropriate process which is required by every individual module in it's individualistic manner.

KBAM requires a lot of background study and it is pertinent for all the members of the group or a group to mutually understand the basics underlying the concept. one should remember despite dozens of books, journals and articles there hasn't been a definite agreeable definiton of Knowledge Management. This fact means there will be further detailed, different and distinctive concepts which will we all will come to know of.


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