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Interview with Ari Kaplan

I met Ari Kaplan of Ari Kaplan Advisors at the Lexpo conference in Amsterdam earlier this year. Finally we’ve got around to having another chat, this time on tape for his Reinventing Professionals podcast. It’s all about trusting networks and … Continue reading

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An update on the global RCT

As you probably know, before the Summer I randomly connected some volunteers who work in law firm Knowledge and Learning (mainly PSLs, but other job titles too) for a virtual coffee and a chat. I have just paired people up … Continue reading

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The PSL/KL RCT!

(How many abbreviations can I get into one title?!) If you are a knowledge lawyer, professional support lawyer or other legally trained person doing KM work in a law firm, and you fancy getting to know others who do this … Continue reading

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My first RCT

Last week I had my first ever personal skype RCT meeting… An “RCT” is a programme which connects people randomly for coffee and a chat (with no expectations around content of the conversation), the aim being to improving trusting networks … Continue reading

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Randomised coffee trials

I’m a fan of conversation to faciliate knowledge-sharing and build trusting networks. I’m also a fan of injecting a bit of serendipity into knowledge management generally. As a result I’m a big fan of RCTs, which are … serendipitous conversations! … Continue reading

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