As far as books, I would add:
The Knowledge Creating Company: How Japanese Companies Create the Dynamics of Innovation, by Ikujiro Nonaka and Hirotaka Takeuchi; Oxford University Press, 1995. It's not a light read, but it's got a great sense of scope and it was one of those seminal KM works in my opinion.
Intellectual Capital: The New Wealth of Organizations, by Thomas A Stewart; Currency/Doubleday, 1997. This was the book that really got me excited about KM, and turned my own career in that direction. So I recommend it to everybody.
I'd also recommend Stewart's second book, which is The Wealth of Knowledge: Intellectual Capital and the Twenty-first Century Organization; Currency/Doubleday 2001.
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As part of our Employee Development Program, we are in the process of
reviewing and updating our list of KM learning resources for KM
newcomers as well as advanced KM practitioners.
1. We are curious about your approach to KM learning resources.
2. We would like to know your list of recommended KM learning
(Some of the proposed top 5-10 KM learning resources are listed in the
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