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Birmingham Knowledge Network dates released!

I’m delighted to announce our finalised programme of events for Birmingham: 17th March, Graham Mitchell, Organisational Psychologist talks about change management and change readiness in law firms and gives top tips for embedding your new KM projects 10th May, Duncan … Continue reading

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“Knowledge in technologies of freedom” (that’s mobile to you & me)

Are you wondering how the sprint towards mobile tech will affect your clients and lawyers expectations for knowledge on-the-go? It seems to me that too many people are simply making their usual solutions available on mobile devices. We need to … Continue reading

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What are your competitors doing in KM?

The 2015/2016 annual Knowledge Network West survey into UK law firms’ KM plans is now *live*. Please complete the survey and share your thoughts about the future of KM in UK firms. If you are employed at a UK law … Continue reading

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Friday fun: AAL for families

I’ve been thinking about After Action Learning (AAL) for a while and will be looking into it more deeply for a Managing Partner article next month, but in the meantime, this caught my eye on Pinterest. Meg Freeman blogged recently … Continue reading

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Review of Knowledge Management Handbook

A review of my KM Handbook for the Law Society, is now available here. “Down-to-earth advice” “Readable, easy to follow and practical” “This title has real repeat visit value” “Golden nuggets of advice” Learn more about “Knowledge Management Handbook” here … Continue reading

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What is the return for bespoke knowledge-based marketing?

Bespoke knowledge-based marketing, where a client gets personally tailored updates rather than a mass newsletter mailing, seems to be topic-du-jour at the moment. I think it would be really interesting to know more about the levels of increased sales, improved … 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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Generic Strategies 101

This is my second blog post about strategy, which follows on from my recent MBA module on the topic.  Read the previous one, Avoiding Bad Decisions, here. This post looks at Michael Porter’s Generic Strategies and how these can be … Continue reading

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Flex for success

I went to an excellent seminar last week at UWE, one of their Distinguished Executive Address series. Christine Hodgson, CEO of Capgemini UK plc was speaking about “Embracing technology for business success”. At one point in the talk she reminded … Continue reading

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The Future of KM

I seem to read a lot of articles at the moment predicting the death of KM. Personally, as increased competition puts pressure on law firms, I see a bright future for KM in the legal sector, although I have assumed … Continue reading

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