Monthly Archives: October 2015

Knowledge Network UK – join the gang

“Conversation is a meeting of minds with different memories and habits. “When minds meet, they don’t just exchange facts: they transform them, reshape them, draw different implications from them, and engage in new trains of thought. “Conversation doesn’t just reshuffle … Continue reading

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Even my 7 year old knows how to “game” the system

My daughter, who is 7, is encouraged by her school to read *a lot*. She has a yellow reading record book where she records all the occasions that she reads, at school and at home, and each Friday her teacher … Continue reading

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KNW – a survey about the future

I run KNW, a knowledge-sharing and networking group for KMers in Bristol UK. I wonder if you’d take a minute to complete a survey about how to improve the group for the future? This is the survey for people who … Continue reading

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Take social media away from marketing…

I’ve just read this interesting article about how social media is simply not giving a good enough return as a marketing tool. Brands are dull and social is the wrong place for advertising/push messages. He’s right – social media is … Continue reading

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