Tag Archives: KM

A terrifying new webinar!

After my popular in-person workshops on the new KM ISO standard in the legal sector earlier this year, I’m running a webinar on the topic. Learn of the horrors of the 8 principles and the terrors of the requirements over … Continue reading

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The penultimate bundle is here

All this week I’ve been offering some bundles of innovation, learning and knowledge loveliness. But it’s nearly over: the last bundle comes out tomorrow. This penultimate bundle goes back to the fundamentals of Knowledge Management and includes: A copy of … Continue reading

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A Knowledge and Learning Book Club!

Do you fancy learning more about knowledge sharing and learning, but can’t keep travelling for training, conferences and networking events? Do you think it’d be great to learn something new and discuss it with peers, but you don’t get much … Continue reading

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AI & cognitive computing

There were so many interesting presentations at Lexpo last month on AI and blockchain, I thought I’d start collecting some interesting articles on the subject. (If you’d like to see a few photos from Lexpo, they’re on my Facebook page … Continue reading

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Knowledge training – update

A few more dates been added: 22nd February, Bristol, GDPR for KMers and law firms 28th February, London, KM The Scores (Knowledge Management project measurement workshop) 1st March, Bristol, Innovation in business 16th & 17th April, Amsterdam, Lexpo (panel on … Continue reading

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What is KM? A snippet tip.

There are so many definitions of KM … But what do KMers actually do?   Create/support connections Encourage conversations and learning Collect content Improve processes Do this strategically for successful organisations   Previous snippet tips – “Information & knowledge” and … Continue reading

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You can’t manage knowledge!

Knowledge is different to information and data. It is contained in people’s brains. Accessing it can often be difficult and rather idiosyncratic. How can we manage what is in people’s brains? Surely there is no such thing as “Knowledge Management”? … Continue reading

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