Category Archives: Training and learning

3 Ted talks for law firm KMers

3 more TED talks which will interest law firm KMers (previous recommendations here).   1) The military case for knowledge sharing Could you improve your firm by improving the sharing of information and knowledge?   2) A visual history of … Continue reading

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What makes an expert?

Johan Brown Grant, KMer at USPS OIG, asked an interesting question on twitter (he’s @KMbyDrGrant) earlier this month: “When does someone become an expert? At what point do they cross that threshold?“. I often talk and write about the importance … Continue reading

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Online courses – 4 questions

I’ve been thinking about developing some online courses for a while. I get a lot of emails from KMers outside the UK who’d like to take a course of mine, but can’t get to London when they’re on. I’d like … Continue reading

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6 steps to getting Lessons *Learned*

Lesson learning, retrospectives, look-backs, AALs, AARs, whatever you call it, it makes sense to learn what works and doesn’t within your own organisation – stops you reinventing the wheel, shares expertise around, keeps clients happy etc etc. So why don’t … Continue reading

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There is no wealth like knowledge …

Want to learn more? Now what? Download the reflective learning diary template and info here. Come along to a KM training session in London, Bristol or Birmingham. Details here. Or contact me to arrange an in-house bespoke training session for … Continue reading

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The idiot brain

I’m reading Dean Burnett’s “The Idiot Brain” at the moment (very interesting and worth a read). One thing (of many) that struck me as relevant to KM and learning was from his chapter about memory and biases. Apparently our brains don’t … Continue reading

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