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Happy holidays from RealKM Magazine!

For those of you celebrating Christmas or other religious events in the next few weeks, or taking holidays, very best wishes to you and yours for a safe and happy holiday season on behalf of RealKM Magazine!

Thank you for your fantastic support for RealKM Magazine throughout 2020, which has been a very challenging year for many of you, and us as well. We hope for better times ahead for everyone in 2021, and there are already indications that it’s going to be a great year for knowledge management!

Become a PatronIn particular, a massive thank you goes to our RealKM Patrons whose generous support makes RealKM Magazine possible. If you’ve found RealKM Magazine helpful or thought-provoking, why not consider becoming a RealKM Patron yourself?

We’ll still be with you as normal through the Christmas – New Year period, out of respect for our highly diverse international audience which includes readers from countries where festivals and traditions other than Christmas are celebrated. So if you’re either looking for some holiday reading or don’t have a holiday, stay tuned for some great articles. This will include our popular annual review.

You can keep up to date with the latest in knowledge management research, perspectives, and news by subscribing to the RealKM Weekly Wrap newsletter, or following our very active feeds on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook. If you have some spare time within the next few weeks, then you might also like to think about writing an article.

At this time in previous years, we’ve also started to bring you open access articles related to knowledge management from Altmetric’s list of the top 100 most-discussed journal articles for the year (2019, 2018, 2017, 2016). We’ll still be doing this for the 2020 list, but a change in Altmetric’s schedule means that we’ll be starting the series a few weeks later this time.

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