Russian localization of the “ISO 30401:2018 Knowledge Management System – requirements” standard

This February colleagues invited me to participate inthe translation of the ISO 30401:2018 Knowledge Management Systems — requirements standard. Special thanks to Vladimir Leschenko for inviting me to the workgroup and ability to legalize Knowledge Management within Russia and Russian speaking area. Together with Vladimir, Oleg Lavrov (both from KM Alliance Moscow,), Dmitry Kudryavtsev (Higher […]

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Quarantine deFOMO challenge

There is a time for everything and a season for every activity under the heavens: …a time to scatter stones and a time to gather them…, a time to search and a time to give up, a time to keep and a time to throw away… (Ecclesiastes, King Solomon) The quarantine (which almost every country in […]

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Guerilla knowledge sharing or another sociality of media

In a few months the some-newspaper-branded stands where placed in the vestibules of every (182 by the end of 2010) Moscow underground stations; they are regularly filled up with stacks of free newspapers so you could pick one and read while riding. Okay, free newspapers are good (maybe?), but how do this refer to knowledge sharing? A writing on the newspaper promotes returning […]

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