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Knowledge maps – a practical project for PSLs

  Knowledge mapping = a visual architecture of knowledge which enables and faciliates knowledge users to more easily and quickly access relevant knowledge and knowledge owners (Gomez et al 2000).   It sounds great to me – a visual, intuitive … Continue reading

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LinkedIn – 6 handy resources

I’ve been updating my LinkedIn training resources for a new client. Nothing beats setting aside an hour or two just to wander around LinkedIn and look at the different groups, different profiles and company pages and see what people are … Continue reading

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10 ways to work your knowledge

One of the most common barriers to getting fee earners involved in knowledge activities is the “chargeable hours problem”: that the payback for non-chargeable time spent on KM is simply not great enough compared to the payback for the same … Continue reading

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