Gareth Morgan: Images of Organization
An interesting multifaceted way of looking at organizations.
Harrison Owen: Open Space Technology: A User's Guide
Step by step guide to running an Open Space event, a large group intervention and idea generation method.
Chair, Federal Knowledge Management Initiative, KM Lead at US Army HQDA G-4, doctoral candidate, Taos Tilburg program
Neil Olonoff, M.S., C.K.M.
Neil Olonoff is a knowledge management and organizational development consultant and theorist, with interests in collaborative tools, "at risk" knowledge, and knowledge work skills in the new workforce. He has a diverse consulting background in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. Currently, he is KM lead in U.S. Army HQDA, G-4 (Logistics). KMO.
He is a graduate of the OD/KM (formerly PSOL) Program at George Mason University, where his action research practicum was on conversation, trust and knowledge sharing. Neil is on the boards of the Federal Knowledge Management Working Group, International Knowledge Management Institute and is a founding member of Army Knowledge Strong, the US Army’s Knowledge Management Community of Practice.
He is spearheading the new Federal Knowledge Management Initiative of the Federal KM Working group with the goal of creating a Federal KM Center.
He is currently working on a doctorate in the Taos-Tilburg Doctoral Program. His dissertation is on the topic, Knowledge Management: Battleground for the Soul of the 21st Century Organization. In addition to his organizational work, Neil is an enthusiastic foodie, and creator of Foodie Craze, a trivia game about food and drink.
knowledge management, food & cooking, movies, fiction, kayaking & fishing