Category Archives: KM

Knowledge Management

Books!

I’m often asked for book recommendations … So here are two good ones – reasonably priced, theoretically sound, practical and easy to read. If you are new-ish to KM or have never had any formal training, you might enjoy “Knowledge … Continue reading

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A podcast on knowledge sharing

I recently spoke to Edwin Morris, Monica Danese-Perrin and Ginetta Gueli about how the pandemic has shaped KM in the legal sector for the better and what challenges remain. I’d be interested to hear about your experiences in the comments … Continue reading

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Psychological safety for knowledge sharing

It’s a simple truth that no one will share their knowledge if they don’t feel that it is safe to do so. And, as you can imagine, without this sense of safety, the sharing of knowledge about failures and near … Continue reading

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Collaboration, conversation and knowledge sharing … in a pandemic

It was a delight to speak with Dave Wilson of Tiger Eye Consulting earlier this month on the topic of collaboration, conversation and knowledge sharing in these difficult times. Our full interview is online (KM Conversations: Exploring KM and Collaboration), … Continue reading

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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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