Author Archives: knowledge4lawyers

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.

The eye of the beholder

How can you deliver the right value to your internal clients and users? An overview of our KNUK workshop on the topic of value. Continue reading

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Adding value and raising your profile

Do you worry that your organisation doesn’t really understand the value that you offer? This is something that I often hear from PSLs and KMers in law firms, so to help with that, I’ve organised a workshop for my Bristol … Continue reading

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June’s First Friday News

I’ve just sent this month’s newsletter out and it’s all about love, engagement, interesting Japanese concepts and big sticks! And knowledge and learning of course. If you think that sounds interesting, click here to have a look. If you think … Continue reading

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KM Strategies – 5 top tips

I’ve a workshop on Strategies coming up next Thursday (8th May 2019), so it’s on my mind. (If you’d like to come there are still spaces.) If you are DIY-ing, here are 5 handy tips/starting places: Be clear about what … Continue reading

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Evidence-based practice

I recently attended the South West CILIP AGM, where David Stewart, current president, talked (amongst other things) about the importance of evidence-based practice amongst library and information professionals. Couldn’t agree more – x2 for Knowledge professionals. KM can be an … Continue reading

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It killed the cat. It went to Mars. I’ve recently realised how important curiosity is to me. It encourages me to learn, helps me to have enjoyable conversations and makes life interesting. I don’t have a cat, so I should … Continue reading

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A sneak-peak

So I’ve released (at long last, I know, I know) my first online course. I love in-person training and try to do as much of it as possible. There is nothing like a face-to-face conversation on a topic to ensure … Continue reading

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