Category Archives: Knowledge Network UK

KM teams – the post-pandemic landscape

We (in Knowledge Network) just had such an interesting discussion led by Simon Burton of CB Resourcing, looking at how KM teams have stepped up to help their organisation adapt to new ways of delivering client services during the lockdown, … Continue reading

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KNUK online – a covid-19 update

I’m very excited that we have the lovely Alison Day online next week, talking about the knowledge sharing and learning frameworks they use in the NHS and how she influences leaders to improve decision-making with evidence and knowledge. If you … Continue reading

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KNUK is open for 2020! And now global!!!

(I think that deserved a few “!!”) I’ve been running some learning, knowledge sharing and networking groups for KMers in UK now for about 5 years. It was important to me to offer these as in-person experiences, with quality training … Continue reading

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The eye of the beholder

How can you deliver the right value to your internal clients and users? An overview of our KNUK workshop on the topic of value. Continue reading

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Adding value and raising your profile

Do you worry that your organisation doesn’t really understand the value that you offer? This is something that I often hear from PSLs and KMers in law firms, so to help with that, I’ve organised a workshop for my Bristol … Continue reading

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It’s go, go, go! The KN-UK programme is live!

Just finalised the programme for Knowledge Network UK in Bristol and Birmingham for 2019 and I’m *terribly* excited about it (maybe cause it’s Friday). This year we’ll be covering: the new BSI standard for KM think like a marketing professional … Continue reading

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Innovation, creativity and diversity

We had a great session in Bristol’s KN-UK last week on innovation with Dr Rob Sheffield. He’s highly recommended. One of the things that always strikes me when we talk about creating the right conditions for innovation to take place … Continue reading

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What’s left in 2018?

There aren’t many training sessions left in 2018. KM foundations training day –¬†Thursday 27th September, 10-4pm in London Measurement of KM projects workshop – Wednesday 2th October, 2-5pm in London 2 x invitation only (sorry) KN-UK “bring-a-problem” workshops 2x tba … Continue reading

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Intranets that *work*

We had an excellent session last week by Duncan Ogilvy and Sally Roberts of 3Kites all about intranets, in particular how law firm KMers can work to improve the usability of their knowledge databases and intranets. We covered too much … Continue reading

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GDPR for KMers

We had an excellent session a while ago from Claire Perry of Emplaw Online and Rachel Mulligan from The Compliance School on GDPR for beginners and KMers and I’m slightly embarrassed that I’ve only just got around to pressing publish … Continue reading

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