Abstract: Knowledge management (KM) has a tradition of enormous challenges. Virtually all of them can be traced back to its most serious problem: talent.
The intention of the KM Talent Crisis clarion call is not to indict loyal, hard-working KMers. Rather, it is to offer an observation on the qualitative decline in talent and capabilities of KM people. In particular, the ability of these people to conceive, initiate and lead large-scale knowledge transformations has diminished sharply.
John Maloney: KM Talent Crisis. COLABRIAblog, October 2013
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