Tag Archives: learning

Evidence-based practice

I recently attended the South West CILIP AGM, where David Stewart, current president, talked (amongst other things) about the importance of evidence-based practice amongst library and information professionals. Couldn’t agree more – x2 for Knowledge professionals. KM can be an … 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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The hunger for real learning

  Interested in facilitating the sharing of complex knowledge? Come to my workshop. If you enjoyed this quote, follow the blog or sign up for the roughly monthly round-up.

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We learn more by …

Click here for my training programme for Knowledge and Learning in UK. And if you’ve enjoyed this quotation, follow the blog or sign up for the busy-person’s summary here.

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Try something new

2018 training programme here.

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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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6 steps to getting Lessons *Learned*

Lesson learning, retrospectives, look-backs, AALs, AARs, whatever you call it, it makes sense to learn what works and doesn’t within your own organisation – stops you reinventing the wheel, shares expertise around, keeps clients happy etc etc. So why don’t … Continue reading

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