Last week I had the enjoyable privilege of participated in a session at the Digital Government Institute's Government Knowledge Management Conference. The session was a lively discussion among the panelists and audience kicked off with brief opening remarks by the panelists. The full background set of slides upon which my remarks were based are now available on line at Measuring Intangibles as part of KM.
Bottom line: government needs to pay more attention to its intangible assets - and knowledge management activities of the federal government can help.
(Cross posted from The Intangible Economy)