Monthly Archives: April 2017

Your Knowledge Vision

I was helping a law firm with their KM strategy recently and one thing they found thought-provoking was having a “Knowledge Vision”.   What is it? A “Knowledge Vision” captures the essence of your knowledge strategy and is aspirational in … Continue reading

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Knowledge and information

Snippet tip Information = blah blah Knowledge = bleh bleh Why bother? Because the *effective* tools and techniques for the creation, storage, access and sharing of information and knowledge are different. Don’t waste your money trying to manage knowledge in the … Continue reading

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Becoming a go-to expert

I am taking an online business course at the moment, run by the authors of “The go-to expert”, Heather Townsend and Jon Baker. It’s only just started (although I knew of the book a while ago) so I can’t really … Continue reading

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Process Management for law firms

Last Tuesday we at KN-UK met to hear from Duncan Ogilvy of 3Kites and talk about process and project management in law firms. Having been a Head of Knowledge, Managing Partner, teacher on the Nottingham MBA and now Consultant at … Continue reading

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To whom do you owe your knowledge?

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