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Change …

Most knowledge projects require change. If you are interested in change management training, you can find details of all my up-coming workshops here.

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Change is …

Open your eyes to new ideas by joining a UK regional knowledge sharing group. Or join one of my open KM training workshops.  

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On letting go

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The vital spark

Innovation workshop – London 18th June

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When you are finished changing …

  If you are interested in Change Management, I often run workshops on the topics focused on the needs of those working in knowledge, information and learning. For info on all my workshops, click here.

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Managing the one constant – are you change ready?

Last Thursday in Birmingham we had a great KN-UK session by Graham Mitchell of T2i on change management, giving advice (a lot of theory, but also *a lot* of practical advice) about how our KN-UK members could manage change a … Continue reading

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Embedding change

The next Knowledge Network West meeting will focus on how we can make change stick in our KM projects. Duncan Ogilvy of 3 Kites will talk to us and lead the discussion. Find out more here. And for all the … Continue reading

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Getting started with KM

Are you a partner in a medium-sized or smaller firm, who knows KM could help you in improving your firm’s effectiveness, but is unsure where to start?  These are a few ideas which I hope will help overcome the inertia. … Continue reading

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Avoiding bad decisions – strategic red flags

Good leaders make bad decisions.  Good firms make wrong turns.  When things change, it often seems to be the most successful businesses which are the slowest to adapt.  I’ve just finished the Strategy module on my MBA and this is … Continue reading

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