Who is a Knowledge Ecologist? LO25852

From: Judy Tal (judyt@netvision.net.il)
Date: 01/08/01

Replying to LO25835 --

I wanted to thank Daisy for these lines:

>I would love to hear the persptective of this group on one of the
>pervasive questions of our time: knowledge management...
>Developing and Defining competencies for today's knowledge workers,
>Who is a Knowledge Ecologist?

Although I'm out of my office, away from home, and very bussy these days, I
feel a strong urge to show appreciation to this subject (and it's innitiator
I'm sorry not to be able to participate in the web-seminar until the end of
January, thus I would like to share, in a few words, my personal experience:

When I try to envision this concept called "Knowledge Ecology", the
following guideline comes to my mind:

"Learn and let Learn"

I'm certain that it's recognized as a superposition of the old, worn out
saying, known to all (thanks to Jan Flemming ;-)). But I would rather point
out that it follows directly from "Live and let Live", once we understand
that living is a learning opportunity.

Can't wait to read the proceedings ;-)

Dr. Judy R. Tal
LCL - Learning Cycles Ltd.
tel: (+972) 3 6997903
fax: (+972) 3 6902127
cel: (+972) 54 666294


"Judy Tal" <judyt@netvision.net.il>

Learning-org -- Hosted by Rick Karash <Richard@Karash.com> Public Dialog on Learning Organizations -- <http://www.learning-org.com>

"Learning-org" and the format of our message identifiers (LO1234, etc.) are trademarks of Richard Karash.