Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Knowledge Ecologies

In preparation for a meeting on conserving global ecosystems,
from a knowledge management perspective, it occurred to me

a key component of a thriving and sustainable ecosystem,
or any type of global ecology, has to be the underpinning of a
global knowledge ecology to support and ensure wiser global
policies and decisions are made

To my mind, if an ecology is made up from a biodiversity of
inter-connected species, of minerals, water, micro-organisms,
insects, plants, animals, humans etc, all naturally inter-dependant,
then a knowledge ecology might be a diversity of inter-connected
technologies, processes, strategies, tools, methods and practices,
individuals, teams, organisations and communities?

Ron Young

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