David Gurteen has one of the first KM blogs I ever subscribed to.
For those of you who don't know him, he lives in the UK and amoung other things has created the Gurteen Knowledge website for the Gurteen Knowledge Community - a global learning community of over 15,000 people in 154 countries.
David sends out the Gurteen Newsletter fairly regularly and today's included a special treat I thought I would share.
For the past two years, David has written about 20 Gurteen Perspective articles for Inside Knowledge magazine and has decided to make them all available online via a service called Calameo which turns PDF files into online books. I think it works quite well, especially for this format.
You can see the result here. Sometimes funny and always with a point, David's articles reflect his many years experience with the movers and shaker of the Knowledge Management world. Highly Recommended reading.
I am a Knowledge Management Consultant and also Facilitate the Knowledge Management Roundtable for SIRF. I help companies with expertise identification & mgt, collaboration, teamwork and knowledge systems to improve an organisation's performance and resilience to change.
I have completed a Masters thesis on Wiki use in Small to Medium Enterprises through the University of South Australia.