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Intranets that *work*

We had an excellent session last week by Duncan Ogilvy and Sally Roberts of 3Kites all about intranets, in particular how law firm KMers can work to improve the usability of their knowledge databases and intranets. We covered too much … Continue reading

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Another reason why your KM database may not be working…

I read an interesting article in the Guardian at the weekend, in which Oliver Burkeman considered psychologist Steven Pinker’s book “The sense of style”. Athough this mightn’t seem relevant initially (it is a book about writing styles rather than KM) … Continue reading

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