It’s not often that you get something for nothing but in this case you really can! ‘Real Life Knowledge Management – Lessons from the Field’ is a collection of 18 knowledge management case studies from across Europe and the Middle East.
“Real-Life Knowledge Management – Lessons from the Field is about the art and practice of knowledge management in real life settings. Based on the hands-on experiences of the authors’ where knowledge was created and valuable lessons learned, this book provides the context for the sharing of this knowledge through a set of case studies spanning several domains and areas of practice.”
The book is edited by Abdul Samad Kazi (Sami) and Patricia Wolf and is published by KnowledgeBoard. I was lucky I got a professionally printed paper copy – but you can download the entire book for free. There are some really interesting case studies and the book is beautifully illustrated by Arye and Ron Dvir. Enjoy!