Body Language of Knowledge Management

Michael Hugos has an entertaining piece in CIO India: Body Language of Knowledge Management

Is there something about wild gesticulation that we're all missing?

He relates a conversation with a colleague who has observed that his mechanically astute friends and relatives communicate with "wild gesticulation" along with their language.  And they seem to be very effective.  Maybe this could help elsewhere.

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Reminds me of a UK TV personality Dr Magnus Pyke who waved his arms about like a whirling Dervish. Though eccentric he was excellent at explaining science to a lay audience. The following article outlines presentus digitatus:

http://www.newhumanist.org.uk/volume118issue3_more.php?id=95_0_21_0_C
New Humanist September 2003

Could make for fun ways of explaining KM in a non evangelical way!

Richard Cross

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