Category Archives: knowledge-sharing

Interview with Ari Kaplan

I met Ari Kaplan of Ari Kaplan Advisors at the Lexpo conference in Amsterdam earlier this year. Finally we’ve got around to having another chat, this time on tape for his Reinventing Professionals podcast. It’s all about trusting networks and … Continue reading

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Knowledge sharing with dyslexics

This week (1st-7th October 2018) is national dyslexia awareness week. Learn more here. You can download a pdf of info/events planned by the British Dyslexia Association hereĀ and see videos for employers here. I thought it’d be useful (as well as … Continue reading

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Knowledge Loss – can you afford it?

My latest blog post for Legal Futures on Knowledge Loss.    

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The hunger for real learning

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Money, money, money

Sometimes it can appear that organisations don’t really care about loss of knowledge. They don’t invest in knowledge sharing or exit interviews that work. The expense of headcount is calculated in a simplistic way and loss of knowledge isn’t taken … Continue reading

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