Category Archives: Knowledge Management

LIKE Ideas 2013: Big Data

I spent Friday afternoon last week at LIKE Ideas 2013 where the topic of discussion was Big Data. I’m quite sceptical of the current hype – any current hype usually – and Dom Pollard flashing up Gartner’s hype curve with Big Data approaching the first peak indicates that it’s worth thinking carefully before being seduced. Origins and examples “Big data” has emerged as a topic … Continue reading LIKE Ideas 2013: Big Data »




LSE Complexity Research Programme: Leadership and Complexity

Being just around the corner from The London School of Economics, I signed up quickly when this event popped up in David Gurteen’s events feed. Hosted by Prof. Eve Mitleton-Kelly who founded the LSE’s complexity Research programme, the afternoon featured presentations from Prof. Sue Richards and Lynne Sedgemore. I’d expected to see more familiar faces, though I recognised Ed Rosen from South Bank University from Gurteen Knowledge Cafés. Prof. Richards spoke about her … Continue reading LSE Complexity Research Programme: Leadership and Complexity »