The top 10 most popular posts of the year are as follows; if you missed them the first time, now's your chance to catch up.
Posted in may, the top post of the year was a post reflecting on David Snowdens classic "Principles for KM", the majority of which are related to the supply of knowledge, with a set of principles covering the other side of the equation - Knowledge Demand.
The second most read post was this post from November; an attempt to map out the field of KM, and list the various sub-disciplines within the field. I later posted this in Mind-Map form.
This popular post from June looked at the 5 most common objections to Knowledge Management that you will get from the people within your company, and suggested ways in which these objections can be met.
This post from April listed some of the business benefits that CoPs will deliver, including Problem Solving, Problem Avoidance, creation of New Ideas and Staff retention.
From February, this post argued that the next big thing in KM would not be any new technology, but businesses actually taking KM seriously as a source of competitive value
From January, this post explored the topic of Knowledge Assets - what they are, what's in them, and what is their role in KM.
In May I returned to David Snowden's classic blog on the Principles of KM, and made a few addenda based on my own experience over the years.