Tag Archives: KN UK

Being more innovative: snippet summary

It’s a tall order… being more “innovative”… but the legal world is changing and you need to keep up… easy to say … difficult to do. If it’s on your agenda, hopefully this snippet summary will help: previous articles on innovation … Continue reading

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What shall we learn about next year?

As most of you know, I run a learning, knowledge sharing and networking group in UK called “Knowledge Network UK” which is mainly for those KMers who work for law firms and in professional services organisations, although everyone is welcome. … Continue reading

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2016 current practice

Want to know what everyone else is planning in KM for the next 3 years? 🙂 Complete the KN-UK annual current practice survey and find out! http://www.knowledgenetworkuk.com/surveys.html

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Lawyers and their personalities

We had a really interesting session at Bristol’s KN-UK yesterday lunchtime all about personality types and how to understand them, and a discussion about how we could all apply this to help us work more efficiently and smoothly with lawyers … Continue reading

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Managing the one constant – are you change ready?

Last Thursday in Birmingham we had a great KN-UK session by Graham Mitchell of T2i on change management, giving advice (a lot of theory, but also *a lot* of practical advice) about how our KN-UK members could manage change a … Continue reading

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Understanding clients

You probably realise that client satisfaction affects the amount of write offs on bills, but did you know that it also has an effect on how *quickly* your bills get paid too? Yesterday I was at our KN-UK Bristol talk … Continue reading

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How to write in plain English

Did you know that … 80% of lawyers think their writing is above average when in fact … only 5% of their clients agree! Yesterday, Sarah Fox, 500 word lawyer, spoke to my Birmingham KN-UK group on writing in plain … Continue reading

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