Knowledge Management in Academia LO20397

Richard Charles Holloway (
Fri, 15 Jan 1999 15:32:56 -0800

Replying to LO20383 --


if you haven't visited OutSights yet, you might be interested in doing so.
OutSights is a knowledge-leveraging organization that maintains a

it's primary source of clients are companies and individuals who are
seeking to manage knowledge (by this I mean making knowledge findable and
usable) to remain competitive.

I think you'll find some useful and interesting information by visiting
the site.

You can find it at this address <>



[Host's Note: Gene Bellinger, the creator and proprietor of outsights, has
been a contributor here from time to time. LO readers will probably
remember that Andrew Wong posts "knowledge objects" here in the Outsights
model. ...Rick]

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the direction of your purpose.  It is called mindfulness because you have to
keep your purpose in mind as you watch your attention.  Then whenever you
notice that your aim has drifted off, you calmly realign it."  -Frank Andrews

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