Re: Knowledge mapping #mapping

Matt Moore <innotecture@...>

Just a short interjection here Andre

"How do you keep knowledge maps up to date? They're out of date almost as soon as you finish them. Is this included in the "knowledge borking" job description as well? ;)"

One point about a map is that it should change at the same speed as the territory to which it refers. Some things move very quickly. Some things move slower (c.f. pace layering and shearing layers). Not everything is out of date as soon as you annotate it.

Sometimes I think that pace layering is THE insight in information (or knowledge) management of the last 15 years.

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