In this issue:
BusinessWeek • November 21, 2008
Have you leveraged lately? John Hagel and John Seely Brown discuss the power of leveraging learning and capabilities to create economic value and promote innovation in good times and bad.
The Boston Globe • November 23, 2008
Beware of online research's "narrowing effect" on scholarship. The boom in online research is a double-edged sword. Yes, it's much easier to find information without leaving the comfort of your bedroom slippers, but it also "drives out diversity," says University of Chicago sociologist James Evans.
Poynter Online • November 21, 2008
Check out these rules to live by. These suggestions on how to thrive in the 21st century can be applied to a host of organizations outside journalism. Collaboration and partnering are obvious, but thoughts about reaching customers and reshaping the message also have relevance.
Harvard Business Publishing • November 19, 2008
The return of the editor. Okay, we all know about the Semantic Web and its promise of context-rich content, but the other defining trait of Web 3.0 will be a move toward specialized vertical niche content with a focus on high quality editorial talent. And that's a good thing.
The New York Times • November 23, 2008
When two (or more) heads are better than one. New tools from Microsoft and other companies promote and enable collaborative search—a great way to tackle a complex problem or teach search methodology to students.
- Audio Recordings of Speakers' Remarks from RLG Programs 2008 European Partner Meeting Now Available
- Social Networks and Citation Tools for Scientists
- RLG Programs 2009 Annual Partner Meeting, 1–3 June 2009 in Boston