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A whole new kind of face time

What if each of your colleagues at the firm had their own RSS feed and you could monitor their productivity and output that way? Oh yeah, and learn from their hard work too? That's the subject of Ron Friedmann's latest post, where he applies blogs and RSS to the acronym del dia: knowledge management.

Here's an excerpt:

"This question got me thinking about the potential benefits of enterprise aggregators. I envision folders centrally managed (firm-wide, by practice, or by opt-in) to present relevant blogs and ones individuals manage, some private and some partially or fully public within the firm. With this model, interesting KM possibilities emerge:

  • Lawyers can share subscription lists easily.
  • Subscription choices can be used, among other sources, to infer both lawyer expertise and interests.
  • Lawyers could nominate posts for firm- or practice-wide posting (to, say, a portal, with or without vetting).
  • Users can save posts of interest, either for private or broader re-use.
  • Firms could deliver valuable content more easily. "

Posted by Laurel Newby on July 19, 2005 at 12:50 PM | Permalink | TrackBack (0)

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