Organic Knowledge Management 1 – ASHEN

In 1998, David Snowden laid the foundations of an approach to understanding the intellectual assets of an organisation using techniques derived from anthropology and based on the organising principle that ‘We only know what we know when we need to know it’. These articles contributed significantly to what has become known as Organic Knowledge Management. The first article of three looks at the language of knowledge and suggests a model of description that leads to constructive action.

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