Monthly Archives: March 2017

My first RCT

Last week I had my first ever personal skype RCT meeting… An “RCT” is a programme which connects people randomly for coffee and a chat (with no expectations around content of the conversation), the aim being to improving trusting networks … Continue reading

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When you are finished changing …

Keep learning, keep changing – the 2017 KM training programme.

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Nice interface

I am usually more interested in the human, conversational, networking, learning side of KM than the technology (I’ve seen too many people think the answer to their lack of knowledge sharing culture is a new bit of tech) but I do … Continue reading

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Training in 2017

A quick summary of KM training coming up… 30th March, Improve Your Knowledge Sharing Culture, London 4th April, Process Management for Law Firms, Bristol 6th April, KM Strategies, Birmingham 11th May, KM: The Works (a foundation course in law firm … Continue reading

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Help! I’ve been put in charge of “Knowledge”!

If you’ve just been put in charge of Knowledge at your law firm and you are wondering where on earth to begin, take a deep breath and start here…     What is “Knowledge” and “Knowledge Management”? Before you understand how … Continue reading

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Goals and priorities

How often do you have a strategy for the year and a plan for the day, but end up helping everyone else reach their goals and fulfil their strategies, rather than achieve your own? It’s a really common problem with … Continue reading

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