Tag Archives: KM

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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Improving KM maturity levels

Do you know where your organisation sits in relation to others and their level of KM maturity? The amount of time you have been “doing” KM doesn’t always correlate to a higher maturity, so how can you improve your organisation’s … Continue reading

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Up-coming training

A quick round-up of up-coming training events: Wednesday 8th June, 12.30-2.30, Bristol – “Who is leading who?“ a workshop on leadership and influencing by Carol Skolimowski, CAPCC Tuesday 14th June, 12.30-2.30, Birmingham – “Avoid lethal writing” a training lunch on … Continue reading

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Heads of Knowledge Q&A (1) – Henrik Fagerholt

I’ve been interested in the people behind the Head of Knowledge role in law firms for a while now. It is often a role with a wide remit, encompassing difficult issues of organisational psychology with information technology. What kind of … Continue reading

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It’s world book day!

It was World Book Day yesterday and book week at my kids’ school. Today is their dressing-up day so I’ve sent them to school, one dressed as Geraint Thomas (autobiographies count I’m sure) and the other in pyjamas as a … Continue reading

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