Zitate zum Thema Wissensmanagement

[Updated: 2006-10-31]

  • Effective management of knowledge requires hybrid solutions of people and technology. [Thomas H. Davenport]
  • Leaders can energise learning by rewarding when it happens. [Warren Bennis/Nanus, 1985]
  • Wir ertrinken in einer Informationsflut und hungern trotzdem nach Wissen. [Rutherford D. Rogers, Bibliotheksvorstand, Yale, 1985]
  • Lernen ist wie Schwimmen gegen den Strom. Sobald man aufhört, treibt man zurück. [Benjamin Britten]
  • Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge? Where is the knowledge we have lost in information? [T.S. Eliot, 1888-1965]
  • Wer will, daß ihm die anderen sagen, was sie wissen, der muß ihnen sagen, was er selbst weiß. Das beste Mittel Informationen zu erhalten, ist, Informationen zu geben. [Nicoló Michialvelli]
  • Nothing is ever changed except by marking it obsolete. [Bucky Fuller]
  • Knowledge constantly makes itself obsolete, with the result that today’s advanced knowledge is tomorrow’s ignorance. The only competitive advantage of the developed countries is in the supply of knowledge workers. [Peter F. Drucker]
  • Knowledge can be found most of all in the heads of the employees. Therefore we motivate our employees to record and to share knowledge[Heinrich von Pierer, Siemens]
  • However, knowledge remains to be knowledge as long as it is not practised. Wisdom, on the other hand, is gained but of practice and stays with the individual[Masaaki Imai]
  • Every profit center is a knowledge center.[Thomas Middelhof, Bertelsmann]
  • Wissen ist der entscheidende Produktionsfaktor unserer Zeit [Fredmund Malik]
  • If you do know how to get there, it’s not a stretch target [Jack Welch]
  • Kopfarbeit oder Wissensarbeit nimmt massiv an Bedeutung zu. Das Management von Kopfarbeitern verlangt nach neuen Führungsgrundsätzen, weil in der Wissensgesellschaft der Mensch den Job organisiert. [Fredmund Malik]
  • What is the value of a thought, based on a lifetime of experiences? [Karl E. Sveiby]
  • Communications is human nature; Knowledge sharing is human nurture.“ [Alison Tucker, Buckman Laboratories]
  • Knowledge management is the strategy and processes to enable the creation and flow of relevant knowledge throughout the business to create organisational, customer and consumer value.“ [David Smith, Unilever]
  • Knowledge Management is the broad process of locating, organising, transferring, and using the information and expertise within an organisation. The overall knowledge management process is supported by four key enablers: leadership, culture, technology, and measurement.“ [American Productivity and Quality Center]
  • Knowledge is information that is relevant, actionable, and at least partially based on experience.“ [Dorothy Leonard]
  • Knowledge can mean information, awareness, knowing, cognition, sapience, cognisance, science, experience, skill, insight, competence, know-how, practical ability, capability, learning, wisdom, certainty, and so on. The definition depends on the context in which the term is used.“ [Karl-Erik Sveiby <../../wm/links/links.html>, The New Organizational Wealth]
  • Knowledge is content in context to produce an actionable understanding.“ [Dr. Robert Bauer, Xerox Parc]
  • Knowledge management is all that there is in our company. We live and die on our intellectual property…acquiring knowledge quickly…moving it around the company very quickly…it’s all about knowledge transfer; starting with the customer. [Lew Platt]
  • In organizations KM has moved from ‚project‘ to ‚ perspective‘. [Thomas A. Stewart]
  • Knowledge is experience. Everything else is just information. [Albert Einstein]
  • The knowledge of the world is only to be acquired in the world, and not in a closet. [Lord Chesterfield]
  • Take a look at your culture before launching a knowledge initiative [Davenport, Prusak 1998]
  • What’s happened here is 90% culture change. You need to change the way you relate one another. If you don’t do that, you won’t succeed. [CEO of Buckman Laboratories]
  • In a knowledge economy everybody is a volunteer [Peter F. Drucker]
  • Wir ertrinken in Informationen, aber uns dürstet nach Wissen. [John Naisbitt]
  • Imagination is more important than knowledge [Albert Einstein]
  • Man kann dem Volk wohl Gehorsam befehlen, aber kein Wissen. [Konfuzius]
  • There is nothing so practical as a good theory [Kurt Lewin]
  • Believe nothing, no matter whre you read it, or who said it, no matter if I have said it, unless it agrees with your own reason and your own common sense [Buddha]
  • No amount of sophistication is going to allay the fact that all your knowledge is about the past and all your decisions are about the future. [Ian E. Wilson]
  • Ein Satz hat Sinn nur im Kontext. [Ludwig Wittgenstein]
  • Was wir wissen ist ein Tropfen, was wir nicht wissen ein Ozean [Sir Isaac Newton, 1643-1727]
  • What gets measured, gets done. If you are looking for quick ways to change how an organisation behaves, change the measurement system [Mason Haire]
  • Wovon ich aber gar nicht weiß, was es ist, wie soll ich davon irgendeine Beschaffenheit wissen [Platon]
  • Ich weiß, daß ich nichts weiß. [Sokrates]
  • Continuous improvement requires a commitment to learnin. [David Garvin]
  • Knowledge Capital is the chief ingredient of a new economy [Thomas A. Stewart]
  • The secret of success is …managing the creation of new knowledge. [Ikujiro Nonaka]
  • Success for a corporation lies … in its intellectual and systems capabilities [James Brian Quinn]
  • The essence of managment is to make knowledge productive. [Peter F. Drucker]
  • Knowledge is all important … It’s the source of most value-added. [Tom Peters]
  • When it comes to knowledge management, culture trumps all other factors. [Larry Prusak]
  • Those who are not confused today have not understood the problem. [Jack Welsh, Ex-CEO GE]
  • Wissen ist Macht [Francis Bacon, 1561-1626]
  • Nichts ist so erschreckend, wie nicht wissen und doch handeln. [J. W. von Goethe]
  • An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest. [Benjamin Franklin]
  • Knowledge is not power, it is only potential power that becomes real through use. [Dorothy Riley]
  • Nicht wissen wollen ist die erste intellektuelle Todsünde, nicht wissen lassen die zweite. [Otto Galo]
  • Wissen hat seinen Ort zwischen zwei Ohren, nicht zwischen zwei Modems. [Fredmund Malik]
  • Gebildet ist, wer weiß, wo er findet, was er nicht weiß. [Georg Simmel]
  • Wissen, das nicht in Handeln mündet, ist interessant, aber nicht relevant. [H.-J. Quadbeck-Seeger]
  • Die Investition in Wissen zahlt die besten Zinsen. [Benjamin Franklin]
  • In a knowledge economy everybody is a volunteer. [Peter F. Drucker]
  • The essence of management is to make knowledge productive. [Peter F. Drucker]
  • Knowledge is content in context to produce an actionable understanding [Robert Bauer]
  • In an economy where the only certainty is uncertainty, the one sure source of lasting competitive advantage is knowledge. [Nonaka]
  • Wenn Prozesse der Blutkreislauf eines Unternehmens sind, dann ist Wissen der Sauerstoff, der die Organisation antreibt. [http://www.km-a.net/5/artikel/245/245.html]
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