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An engaging Tuesday…

Two engagement events on Tuesday: one highlighting the need for evolutionary change, the other examined the problems managers face every day. Not many people get to travel to the top of the BT tower, which might partly explain why Tuesday afternoon’s Gurteen Knowledge Café was so heavily oversubscribed. Add Dave Snowden speaking about complexity and you have easily the hottest KM ticket in town. I … Continue reading An engaging Tuesday… »

Lotus Notes/Domino – strategic

“Connect, collaborate, innovate” has been our KM team’s tagline – I hesitate to call it a strategy – for the past four or five years and although we’ve been quick to experiment with some of the same social media tools – social networking and blogging – as IBM, we’re more than used to following in their footsteps. I’ve just read this story about firms switching … Continue reading Lotus Notes/Domino – strategic »

Knowledge Cafe: Could you stop using e-mail?

Last night I went along to the first London Gurteen Knowledge Cafe for some time. I enjoy meeting up with my peers in the Knowledge Management field and learning about what they’re doing, as well as talking about my own work. I was particularly interested in this session because I wanted to hear Luis Suarez talk about his nine-month battle against corporate e-mail as chronicled … Continue reading Knowledge Cafe: Could you stop using e-mail? »