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No-frills site from Hoyt Consulting that cuts straight to the point with clear information and a free newsletter. It also lists links, books and events on the subject.
Respected US company Buckman Laboratories' website grants everyone (customers and non-customers) entrance into the Buckman Room, where you can share their success stories and get good advice.
Knowledge Management Resource Center
The site's Knowledge Management Explorer is ideal for those new to the subject with the home page divided into 17 categories. These include case studies, knowledge markets, publications, universities, search engines and portals.
Lively news, features and general information. While US-based, the news is global and features are contributed from relevant publications, so it offers a good overview.
Editor Jennie Starr has been doing sterling work since 1999 when this site was launched. It aims to help with planning knowledge management and sets out to share interesting links, reading material and vendor information with friends and colleagues.
The Knowledge Management Think Tank
A virtual community for knowledge managers and related professionals, endorsed by heavyweights, Business Week, Fortune, Fast Company, and Wall Street Journal. You have to join the network to take part but as an epicentre for knowledge management analysis and discussion on the Web, it is well worth it.
David Skyrme Associates
Consultancy David Skyrme Associates has put together a collective of online resources, publications and links which, it admits, "isn't exhaustive". There may be bigger resources on the Web, but this one h