Tag Archives: networking

Conversation – a mini e-book

I talk endlessly about the importance of networks and conversation for efficient knowledge sharing within organisations, and I’ve written before about RCTs and serendipitous conversations. I’ve brought these thoughts together into a little mini e-book (more an e-chapter) which you … Continue reading

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3 common mistakes that waste your time

Most PSLs and KMers that I meet struggle with the demands of their teams and their role. This made me wonder – what are the 3 most common time-wasting mistakes that I made when a PSL?   Failing to be … Continue reading

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A (social media) blast from the past

I wrote two articles for Solicitors Journal about twitter for lawyers 6 years ago (you can read Part 2 here (£) – sadly I can’t find Part 1 any more!). I remember there was only one comment underneath, which, in … Continue reading

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RCTs – serendipity + conversation – what’s not to like?

I’ve written before about RCTs.  They combine two things I feel often go missing in formalised KM systems – conversation and serendipity.  If you are interested in trying them out in your organisation, but are in need of a little … Continue reading

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Knowledge Network West programme of events for 2015 released!

KNW has undergone a bit of a revamp this year and it looks fabulous to me! Our new programme is available here. With 4 knowledge sharing/training/networking events based on membership surveys of their needs and white papers/surveys/discussion groups, it is … Continue reading

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