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May 10, 2009


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Katrina Pugh

Barry - This image is very rich. It touches me for two reasons -- one is that Doris Hunter, unitarian minister, talked last weekend about the pausity of rituals in our liberal religion. I frankly said, "who cares?" (I know, I'm not a very good church goer.) Maybe I was resisting the idea that rituals dull our senses...takes the curiosity and judgment out of what we do. The lack of ritual is, in fact, the hallmark of the Unitarian-Universalists.

Second, today Andrew Gent, former HP KM'er, presented at SI KM leaders CoP monthly meeting. He talked about how the KM'ers decided to shift toward an adaptive KM architecture. It was brilliant, and it was rejected by management. Mgt. wanted to control the content structure and access, whereas the KM team saw that the obstacles created by the existing structure had seriously dimished the KM ecosystem. It's as if the control dulled everyone's senses. (I'll send Andrew your blog and see what his take is. I think he's a philosopher.)

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