Knowledge Management in whose hands? LO20528

Stephen Wehrenberg (
Fri, 29 Jan 1999 20:39:53 -0500


Is it just me, or is anyone else in our community concerned about trends
in the "field" of knowledge management? It looks like we are about to put
"the folks who brought you reengineering" in charge of the discipline of
KM. Remember reengineering? Where we burned our human capital to make
streamlined work processes? The same folks who tell you to reboot because
they can't figure out what's wrong, and then can't tell you why rebooting

What? What makes you think I would launch a contentious topic


Stephen B. Wehrenberg, Ph.D. HR Capability Development, US Coast Guard Administrative Sciences, The George Washington University "Born empowered."

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