Monthly Archives: April 2016

Getting savvier …

We had our media-savvy training yesterday at KN-UK Bristol – a very interesting 2 hours with Tony Coll, former BBC journalist and presenter. Although I personally may not need to get my kind of business on the front page of … Continue reading

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Heads of Knowledge Q&A (2) Lucy Dillon

It has been exciting to see so much interest (particularly on LinkedIn) in my previous post about Henrik Fagerholt, Head of Knowledge at international Oslo firm BA-HR. I’m so glad that everyone¬† is as interested as I am in the … Continue reading

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KM competencies

I came across this article on Monday about a model of KM competencies, which was developed as part of someone’s PhD. It’s quite a nice summary of what corporate KMers can do (which can sometimes be hard to explain) and … Continue reading

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Do you know your AI from your elbow?

There is *so* much going on in KM technology at the moment and so many articles about AI and other technologies that it can be difficult to find the time to analyse it all and decide what you should be … Continue reading

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Without knowledge …

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Raising your professional profile with journalists

Many PSLs are responsible for their department’s knowledge-based marketing, which often focuses on written articles about technical aspects of the law, but should you be improving your relationship with journalists? If so, how do you know what they want from … Continue reading

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It takes considerable knowledge …

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