What have I spotted/ been reading/ found interesting this week?
March 30th 2018
- Why you can’t have AI without KM
- How personality affects knowledge sharing
- Are critical thinking skills useful?
- Blue Ocean shift in a law firm
- 3 cognitive theories to help learning
- Ditching performance reviews for authentic conversations
- 16 KM myths debunked
- Japanese wisdom for KMb-ers
- Why is conversation so easy?
- Knowledge Management matters – free download
- What Paddington 2 looks like without the bear
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Previous Friday round-ups:
March 9th 2018
- Key issues for law firms – research by Law Consultancy Network
- Factors affecting KM in SMEs – Real KM – perhaps no surprises, but always nice to see a big list which fits with one’s experiences.
- 25 best ice-breakers – for meetings and training events
- The curse of knowledge – Steven Pinker
- Yes we can do it at that price, what do you want me to leave out? Unbundling legal services and professional obligations.
- Video conversation with David Gurteen on conversational leadership.
- Agile working & reasons for resistance.
- The difference between organisational learning and knowledge management.
- Knowledge mobilisation forum – mix it up and get out of your bubble with a different conference.
- And a quotation: “The hard part isn’t coming up with a new idea. The hard part is falling out of love with the old idea.” – Seth Godin
- The Haiku periodic table. What an interesting way to present material and make it memorable.
- 6 ways to acquire new knowledge.
- The wisdom of saying “I don’t know”.
- How can you persuade experts to contribute their knowledge to a know-how database? A collection of articles by Stan Garfield
- Improve internal communications with storytelling. Why does everyone complain about culture, but no one participates in improving it? “HR is the new marketing”
- Non-verbal signals play a role in communication but they are not more important than the words. bit.ly/2zRAK4Z
- Knowledge brokers – their use in health, environmental management and international development
- Pick a fight – You can’t do it all, so pick some fights for 2018
- Knowledge retention ideas
- Using knowledge cafes to identify risks at NASA
- Knowledge Advent – peer assist (although they’re all good)
- Knowledge sharing canvas
- Amicable by design – disruption is not just about the tech
- How can libraries stay relevant? Blue Ocean Shift.
- Before action reviews
- The ideal group size for conversation is …
- Ditching performance reviews for authentic conversation
- When is a Knowledge Manager not a Knowledge Manager? When she/he’s not involved in learning.
- The case for KM Standards (all about the new draft ISO KM Standard)
- Laptops are terrible for students at lectures. How can we improve learning and knowledge creation?
- What happens during “supervision”? The article is about supervising social workers, but I think it is interesting for anyone who supervises. What is the purpose of the supervision? Is that the right purpose? Is it fulfilled?
- The beautiful Tianjin library
- The world as 100 people
- The operation was a success but the patient died
- Above and Beyond’s “Leadership Matters”
- APQC “Capitalising on Curiosity”
- Stan Garfield “Articles about Culture”
- Lawyer Challenge result AI beats lawyers
- Avinish Mistra’s “Do I want a career in KM?”
- Stan Garfield’s “A baker’s dozen insights on KM”
- Patrick DiDomenico “Innovation in law firms: it’s not just tech”
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