Category Archives: knowledge-sharing

5 top tips to encourage brave knowledge sharing

“I’m not pro-failure, I’m pro-learning.” Astro Teller, Google X. “Failure is not a bug of learning, it’s a feature.” Rachel Simmons, Smith College. “The greatest enemy of learning is knowing.” saying/proverb Sometimes it can be incredibly difficult to persuade people … Continue reading

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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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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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The benefits of sharing?

If you are interested in knowledge sharing and sharing complex knowledge, come along to my London workshop.

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Why share your knowledge?

Want to learn more about sharing complex knowledge? Come along to my London workshop.

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Sharing Knowledge – Peter Senge

What motivates knowledge sharing? Peter Senge says people need to be genuinely interested in helping one another. Continue reading

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Curiosity…?

It killed the cat. It went to Mars. I’ve recently realised how important curiosity is to me. It encourages me to learn, helps me to have enjoyable conversations and makes life interesting. I don’t have a cat, so I should … 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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Interview with Ari Kaplan

I met Ari Kaplan of Ari Kaplan Advisors at the Lexpo conference in Amsterdam earlier this year. Finally we’ve got around to having another chat, this time on tape for his Reinventing Professionals podcast. It’s all about trusting networks and … Continue reading

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Knowledge sharing with dyslexics

This week (1st-7th October 2018) is national dyslexia awareness week. Learn more here. You can download a pdf of info/events planned by the British Dyslexia Association hereĀ and see videos for employers here. I thought it’d be useful (as well as … Continue reading

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