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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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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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Dolly reflects!

  Dolly knows the importance of reflective learning! More on reflective learning here, with a free download.

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Personal After Action Learning …

After Action Learning (AAL) is a great way of learning, but many law firms struggle to implement these systems, which often degenerate into a form-filling/box-ticking exercise, with little reflection or learning and even less high level analysis and dissemination. There … Continue reading

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