Tag Archives: knowledge management

Personal After Action Learning …

After Action Learning (AAL) is a great way of learning, but many law firms struggle to implement these systems, which often degenerate into a form-filling/box-ticking exercise, with little reflection or learning and even less high level analysis and dissemination. There … Continue reading

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Do something to improve knowledge-sharing… do anything… just do something.

When I started my knowledge-sharing group in 2008, one of the first topics members wanted to discuss was “top tips for improving knowledge-sharing”. After the discussion had been going for a while, one of the members said how interesting it … 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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When should KM become a priority?

Those managing small to medium-sized law firms often struggle to balance competing practice management costs and decide how to prioritise their spending. This post looks at practical situations which suggest that your law firm ought to be prioritising knowledge management … Continue reading

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