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The Obvious?
Why beginners and experts behave differently in KM
1 DAY AGO - Experts and beginners behave differently in Knowledge Management systems. Here's why.Great Meadows Expand
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Good, cheap, fast - choose all three
4 DAYS AGO - There is a well known saying; "Good, Fast, Cheap - pick any two." It's wrong.Good Fast Cheap by Expand
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Knowledge drinking fountain, or knowledge firehose
09/02/2018 - Too much knowledge is a bad thing. It's better to drink from the fountain, than be hit by the Expand
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Feedback loops in the Knowledge cycle
07/02/2018 - Last week I described a "Pull cycle" for knowledge - let's now look at the feedback loops in that Expand
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005 – The street corner experiment
04/02/2018 - A story type we love here at Anecdote is the story of a scientific experiment. It has the double Expand
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Six legal ways for an organisation to acquire knowledge
01/02/2018 - There are 6 ways in which an organisation can acquire new knowledge Davenport and Expand
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Quantified KM value story number 119 - finding knowledge at Accenture
31/01/2018 - One of the ways in which KM adds value is through helping poeple do work faster and Expand
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The knowledge cycle as you have never seen it before
29/01/2018 - We are used to seeing pictures of knowledge cycles, but there is one cycle you never see, and it's Expand
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Shared by Nick Milton
Blog Post: I am sorry I don't know enough to have an opinion on that
29/01/2018 - By David GurteenI have long thought that in our modern day culture it is almost illegal not to Expand
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What to do when knowledge is a core product deliverable
2 DAYS AGO - For some projects, knowledge is their most important deliverable, but how is that deliverable Expand
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Connect and Collect - the left leg and right leg of KM
5 DAYS AGO - The Connect and Collect approaches in KM are like the left leg and the right leg- you need to use Expand
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Shared by Nick Milton
Wishful thinking - the inevitable outcome of "not knowing"?
08/02/2018 - The almost inevitable outcome of "now knowing what you don't know" is wishful thinking. Even the Expand
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"Today we get married to Knowledge Management"
06/02/2018 - This post from the archives describes a strange statement from a client, and some of the thoughts Expand
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A forward to a Cynefin book
02/02/2018 - I finished off the forward to a forthcoming book about Cynefin in Japanese a day… The post Expand
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When can we start again?
01/02/2018 - Pressing demands on my time have meant I had to delay this final post of… The post When can Expand
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The shrinking half-life of knowledge, and what that means for KM
30/01/2018 - Knowledge has a half-life, and that half-life is getting shorter every year.When John Browne was Expand
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Blog Post: You'll be surprised at the strongest predictor of how long you will live
29/01/2018 - By David GurteenI will be 70 years old later this year and would love to make it to 100. I Expand
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Blog Post: We need more dialogue and a little less debate
29/01/2018 - By David GurteenOne of the many posts I have in mind for my blook is to compare debate with Expand
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How many KM pilots do you run at once?
3 DAYS AGO - KM Pilots are a key step in agile KM implementation, but how many pilots do you run?Knowledge Expand
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006 – Accidentally winding up a bank
5 DAYS AGO - The way leaders react in times of high stress is a good measure of their character. And it is in Expand
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Cynefin: Foundations Training and Retreats – 2018
08/02/2018 - As we accelerate into 2018 we are excited to offer a full slate of our… The post Cynefin: Expand
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"You are obligated to ask" - Elon Musk's email
05/02/2018 - Even in the most progressive organisations, sometimes the boss needs to drive a "culture of Expand
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Why is a Charter so important to a Community of Practice?
02/02/2018 - One of the most important elements for a successful community of practice is the Charter. But why Expand
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A new way to share “old” knowledge & the launch of Expertise Discovery 2018
31/01/2018 - Its been a busy start to 2018 professionally and domestically. My mother turned 90 a few weeks Expand
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Blog Post: Meetings serve two purposes – the second too often gets overlooked
29/01/2018 - By David GurteenMost meetings or conversations have a preplanned outcome. It may be to explore an Expand
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Blog Post: If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn't thinking.
29/01/2018 - By David GurteenI love quotations and you can find a huge selection on my website. You can also Expand
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