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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.

Global support and community

In these difficult times I’ve been wondering how I can use my knowledge about knowledge sharing, conversation and community to help support my own community of Knowledge people. I’ve already set up some random virtual coffees and if you want … Continue reading

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KNUK online – a covid-19 update

I’m very excited that we have the lovely Alison Day online next week, talking about the knowledge sharing and learning frameworks they use in the NHS and how she influences leaders to improve decision-making with evidence and knowledge. If you … Continue reading

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Tiny bit of help…

… to keep you connected in difficult times. Strange to think that in my last newsletter in February I was sharing ideas for helping the elderly tackle loneliness by connecting more and how we could learn from this to improve … Continue reading

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Working from home in difficult times

In these difficult times, a lot of people who don’t usually work from home will be having to give it a go or manage teams trying it out for the first time. My colleague in the Law Consultancy Network, Katherine … Continue reading

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It’s what you learn ….

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Life after life

My bookclub (my fiction club, not my knowledge & learning club) is reading “Life After Life” by Kate Atkinson. If you don’t mind some spoilers, there is a great discussion on the BBC World Book Club here. And last night … Continue reading

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Happy to chat benches

I’m always encouraging firms to build some serendipity into their networks. It helps to widen knowledge sharing, build trust and improve cross-selling – happier, more knowledgeable workforce, better sales – what’s not to like? I saw this article last year … Continue reading

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