Check out my blog post about a Strategy+Business Interview with Ikujiro Nonaka - http://ning.it/fIOip7
. The interview was conducted to showcase Nonaka's new book : "Managing Flow - A process-based theory of the Knowledge-Based Firm".
Would you agree with Nonaka's perspective "(that) runs counter to conventional corporate practice, i.e. most companies assign knowledge management to their information technology departments, which focus on codifying best practices that can be captured, stored, indexed, and retrieved as efficiently as possible. Nonaka views all this data management as a minor, almost incidental aspect of the capability development that enables business success."