Category Archives: KM

Knowledge Management

AI & cognitive computing

There were so many interesting presentations at Lexpo last month on AI and blockchain, I thought I’d start collecting some interesting articles on the subject. (If you’d like to see a few photos from Lexpo, they’re on my Facebook page … Continue reading

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Taken for granted

I’m a fan of “Blue Ocean Strategy” by Kim and Mauborgne. You can read my previous post here. Recently there has been a lot of talk in legal circles about disruptors and most of the chat is around what is … Continue reading

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Knowledge training – update

A few more dates been added: 22nd February, Bristol, GDPR for KMers and law firms 28th February, London, KM The Scores (Knowledge Management project measurement workshop) 1st March, Bristol, Innovation in business 16th & 17th April, Amsterdam, Lexpo (panel on … Continue reading

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A conversational webinar

On 23rd November I’m speaking to the Knowledge Into Practice Network (KIPN). (You can sign up to watch here) It will be a conversational webinar all about conversations and how they facilitate the sharing of complex knowledge within an organisation … Continue reading

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2018 KM training

Just organised next year’s open training calendar for London events: January 31st KM: The Works (day-long foundation course) February 28th KM: The Scores (afternoon workshop on measurement) April 26th KM: The Strategy (workshop + coaching afterwards) May 17th KM: The … Continue reading

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What is KM? A snippet tip.

There are so many definitions of KM … But what do KMers actually do?   Create/support connections Encourage conversations and learning Collect content Improve processes Do this strategically for successful organisations   Previous snippet tips – “Information & knowledge” and … Continue reading

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I have a space left …

Just a quick one … I have a couple of spaces left in my last 3 training events of the year. If you want one, click for more info & to book:   KM: The Works – a day-long foundation … Continue reading

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