Which came first – the knowlege or the knowledge management?

What is knowledge? What is knowledge management? (Uh oh, here we go again!) In a recent post, Jeremy has the following to say about trying to define knowledge: Part of the problem, I think, is that there really is no general agreement on what Knowledge Management actually is. And since one’s definition of knowledge really […]

“Knowledge Management is both a goal and a means” for DoD

The May ’05 issue of Signal Magazine from the Armed Forces Communications Electronics Association (AFCEA) has a large section addressing the role of knowledge management in today’s Department of Defense. The articles range from discussions of technology used to create a “net-centric” force to descriptions of ongoing research into the cognitive workings of teams (that […]

Research suggests possibility of diagnostic testing for autism at birth

More on biological basis of autism and the potential for diagnosing autism at birth. Research suggests possibility of diagnostic testing for autism at birth: The findings ‘suggest the possibility for future diagnostic tests for autism at birth’ and might mean that ‘we can get children into effective treatment much earlier than is now possible,’ said […]

Study Shows Blood Differences In Children With Autism

Several stories today about a study that has identified a possible biological basis for autism. Representative of the stories is Study Shows Blood Differences In Children With Autism: Amaral and his colleagues have just announced the findings of a new study that shows, for the first time on a large scale, a major difference in […]