The PSL/KL RCT!

(How many abbreviations can I get into one title?!)

If you are a knowledge lawyer, professional support lawyer or other legally trained person doing KM work in a law firm, and you fancy getting to know others who do this fantastic and frustrating job, get in touch.

If you’ve followed this blog for a while, you’ll have heard me talk a number of times about RCTs and the benefits of conversation for trusting networks. I’m a fan. So I thought I’d set up an informal RCT project of my own for PSLs/KLs across the world.

All via skype or zoom or your favourite video conference platform.

All at your own convenience, at your own desk.

  1. Join the list by messaging me.
  2. I’ll pair you up with a random person.
  3. Then it’s up to you to arrange a time for a chat.
  4. If lots of people sign up, I’ll then pair you up with another random person 8 weeks later (or so).

If you’d like to join in, you can comment below, or message me on twitter, LinkedIn or via email. All the ways to get in touch with me are here.

Café by Kris Atomic via Unsplash

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About knowledge4lawyers

I am a lawyer and a Knowledge Management expert. Through The Knowledge Business I help law firms improve their efficiency and profitability through knowledge services - consultancy, training and implementation help.
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4 Responses to The PSL/KL RCT!

  1. Yay! The first wave of invitations/connections have gone out now.
    We had a fabulous variety of people wanting to get involved from all over the world, and all sound very excited to make contact and chat to their new connection.
    If you’d like to join the second wave in 6-ish weeks, drop me a line and let me have your email address and I’ll add you to the list!

  2. If you want to, you could tweet about your experience using #PSLRCT

  3. After a delay over the Summer holidays, I think most people have had their virtual coffee mornings now, so I’ll be sending new random connections out next Friday (28th Sept). If you’d like to join in, comment here or send me a direct message, here or on twitter (@heleneadby)

  4. Pingback: An update on the global RCT | Knowledge for Lawyers

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