Category Archives: KM

Knowledge Management

K&IM awards

Have you nominated someone or something for the CILIP K&IM awards yet? I’m sure you must know some outstanding people and outstanding work that justifies recognition. More information here

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Serendipity, connection and coffee – an interview

My recent chat with Michael Soto about random virtual coffee connections. Have you had any successes with virtual coffee connections? I’d love to hear your experiences in the comments below.

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We can re-build it …

If you are a person of a certain age, you’ll remember the 6 million dollar man. Goodness I loved that programme when I was a kid. I found myself saying “We must rebuild it” the other day (meaning the whole … Continue reading

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RCT 101 (huh?)

I’ve written before about RCTs, but a couple of people have asked about them recently, so time for a recap! RCT – What does it stand for? “RCT” stands for “Random Coffee Trial”. It’s a play on words and relates … Continue reading

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Remember remember … KNOWvember!

KMers in the health sector have a campaign each November to improve the visibility of knowledge management. This year their “KNOWvember19” is all about awareness and it’s worth following the hashtag on twitter even if you aren’t in the health … Continue reading

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The penultimate bundle is here

All this week I’ve been offering some bundles of innovation, learning and knowledge loveliness. But it’s nearly over: the last bundle comes out tomorrow. This penultimate bundle goes back to the fundamentals of Knowledge Management and includes: A copy of … Continue reading

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Knowledge Mobilisation

In 2017 I took a leap of faith and went to a conference in Bristol run by a woman I’d met on an RCT. (Don’t know what an RCT is? More here) I enjoyed that conference so much I joined … Continue reading

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Evidence-based practice

I recently attended the South West CILIP AGM, where David Stewart, current president, talked (amongst other things) about the importance of evidence-based practice amongst library and information professionals. Couldn’t agree more – x2 for Knowledge professionals. KM can be an … Continue reading

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A sneak-peak

So I’ve released (at long last, I know, I know) my first online course. I love in-person training and try to do as much of it as possible. There is nothing like a face-to-face conversation on a topic to ensure … Continue reading

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Hercule Poirot: Subject Matter Expert and Knowledge Manager

If you are in the UK, you can’t have missed the excellent new adaptation of Agatha Christie’s ABC Murders over the Christmas holidays. If you did miss it and enjoy a Golden Age murder, you can (at the time of … Continue reading

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