If you’ve enjoyed this blog, you may enjoy my textbooks. I try to write them in the same practical style.
You can buy these books direct from me.
For the fundamentals, try “Knowledge Management Handbook”.
“Highly recommended” “An excellent resource” “Like having your very own KM teacher and mentor” “What a fantastic book!”
This print-run/edition is now sold out generally, but I still have one or two copies available.
For practical implementation of the theory, try “Practical Projects in Legal KM: a year of living knowledgeably”.
“Essential reading” “Bridges the gap between theory and practice”
For future gazing, try Ark’s “Tomorrow’s KM”. My contribution is at Chapter 1.
For PSLs, try Ark’s “The evolving role of the PSL”. My contribution is at Chapter 2 “What should PSLs know about KM?”
For metrics, try Ark’s “Measuring the ROI of KM” 2nd edn. You’ll find my contribution at Chapter 5: A practical guide for busy people.
For Innovation, try Ark’s “Innovation in Legal KM”. You’ll find my contribution at Chapter 1.
For pricing and efficiencies, try Ark’s “Emerging Approaches to Law Firm profitability”. You’ll find my contribution at Chapter 3.
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