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Cooperation – the future of the intranet?

I spent Monday morning at the first half of Coporate Social Networking 2009 at RIBA listening to a variety of speakers talking about the impact of social networking on the way we work. I hadn’t encountered Niall Cook of Hill and Knowlton before, but I agreed with much of what he had to say. He began with some great points about emerging tools, saying that … Continue reading Cooperation – the future of the intranet? »

Knowledge and Content 2008 – Day Two

As Ron Donaldson of Natural England pointed out yesterday, I am opening for him this afternoon. Don’t laugh, I saw Coldplay open for U2 several years ago and now they’re the biggest band in Britain (actually, I don’t know this for a fact…). Not that I am implying I am dull, wet and boring you understand, though you are free to form your own opinion… … Continue reading Knowledge and Content 2008 – Day Two »

Knowledge And Content 2008 – Day One

Over to Earls Court this morning for Day One of Ark Group‘s Knowledge And Content 2008, arriving shortly after the start of the panel discussion on what KM means in 2008. Noted that it still means different things to different people, something to bear in mind within different organisations. That eternal question of knowing what you want to achieve, rather than which tools you want … Continue reading Knowledge And Content 2008 – Day One »