Tag Archives: KM

Heads of Knowledge Q&A (1) – Henrik Fagerholt

I’ve been interested in the people behind the Head of Knowledge role in law firms for a while now. It is often a role with a wide remit, encompassing difficult issues of organisational psychology with information technology. What kind of … Continue reading

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Knowledge is like …

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It’s world book day!

It was World Book Day yesterday and book week at my kids’ school. Today is their dressing-up day so I’ve sent them to school, one dressed as Geraint Thomas (autobiographies count I’m sure) and the other in pyjamas as a … Continue reading

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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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Mentoring for knowledge retention and transfer

You want to improve knowledge retention and transfer within your law firm. You may have a strong supervision programme for junior members of staff, but do you need to do more? Would a mentoring programme help? Firstly, do you really … Continue reading

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Want to spend a year living knowledgeably?

The proof of the proof is checked and is ready to be turned into a book – “A Year of Living Knowledgeably: 12 KM Projects for Law Firms” is off to the printers! When I wrote “KM Handbook” for the … Continue reading

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Even my 7 year old knows how to “game” the system

My daughter, who is 7, is encouraged by her school to read *a lot*. She has a yellow reading record book where she records all the occasions that she reads, at school and at home, and each Friday her teacher … Continue reading

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A podcast …

You can hear my podcast with LawyerFair here, where I discuss: KM for mid-sized law firms, the importance of conversation as part of your KM strategy, AI and the results of my KM survey, and my new textbook, due 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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Get the foundations right

  Do you fit any of these categories? a lawyer who swapped from practice into knowledge work without any training in KM/someone who is about to make the change a Partner who has taken on responsibility for Knowledge issues in … Continue reading

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