In his keynote presentation Wednesday morning, David Gurteen, Gurteen Knowledge Community, discussed the evolution of Knowledge Management and considered whether the natural evolution of the practice would be enhanced by Web 2.0 technologies.
After listening in on his remarks, I invited him to sit for an interview to discuss the trends. As he notes in the context of the interview, he had no choice but to say yes to this invitation, since he had interviewed me earlier this year for a video podcast on another subject and therefore owed me.
Though, as he observes here, "KM 2.0" is not an expression commonly heard, the 2.0 community tools and other technologies can be a great complement to KM initiatives. His own Web site employs many of them.
The interview also includes a forecast of what’s ahead for the deployment of 2.0 collaborative tools.
ITI V.P., Content