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A bit too Britney Spears and Brit Pop?

A post about my 90s flashback to when warehouse databases were *the answer* to everyone’s knowledge challenges. Continue reading

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Intranets that *work*

We had an excellent session last week by Duncan Ogilvy and Sally Roberts of 3Kites all about intranets, in particular how law firm KMers can work to improve the usability of their knowledge databases and intranets. We covered too much … Continue reading

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Lexpo in pictures

  And you can see the official photos here.  

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AI & cognitive computing

There were so many interesting presentations at Lexpo last month on AI and blockchain, I thought I’d start collecting some interesting articles on the subject. (If you’d like to see a few photos from Lexpo, they’re on my Facebook page … Continue reading

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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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Nice interface

I am usually more interested in the human, conversational, networking, learning¬†side of KM than the technology (I’ve seen too many people think the answer to their lack of knowledge sharing culture is a new bit of tech) but I do … Continue reading

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Do you know your AI from your elbow?

There is *so* much going on in KM technology at the moment and so many articles about AI and other technologies that it can be difficult to find the time to analyse it all and decide what you should be … Continue reading

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