June 7, 2005 Talk on Blogs for Business

Bill Ives  http://billives.typepad.com/portals_and_…) and Amanda Watlington  http://amandawatlington.typepad.com/), who have just published a new book called “Business Blogs:  A Practical Guide”   http://www.businessblogguide.com/) have graciously invited me to speak at the June 7, 2005 meeting of the New England KM Cluster
 http://www.kmcluster.com/bos/BOS_Summer_…) in Waltham at
Novell’s headquarters.  My lunchtime talk (title TBD) will be
drawn from my own experience and from that of organizations like the 3E Project
at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government
 http://www.3ecompass.net/blog/) and from MIT’s Sloan School of
Management, both also covered in Bill and Amanda’s new book.

See Bill’s blog for an abstract of the talk.

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