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Independent analyst and systems architect specializing in business process management and Enterprise 2.0. Previously founded two successful product and service companies focusing on content management, BPM and e-commerce. Featured conference speaker on BPM and its impact on business, and writes the Column 2 blog on BPM and Enterprise 2.0. All posts are © Sandy Kemsley.

One response to “Blogging and a Knowledge Scarcity Model Don’t Mix”

  1. Tom Foydel


    This was an excellent post. Really makes sense to me the way that you laid it out, knowledge scarcity and knowledge abundance.

    One thing I think we often forget is that there is cause and event in all things, even knowledge. Knowledge, the event, does not create itself. The ’cause’ is many things large and small but almost all are communications. Knowledge happens because we communicate.

    The event is precious, no doubt, but when you lose sight of how we created it, you stand to have less of it. Hope that make some sense,