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HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] Getting to Working Smarter
| SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2010
This takes the best from ISD, HPT and social learning and also incorporates knowledge management, organizational development, network and management theory to look at how we can develop the next practices that will inform networked organizations. Tweet I started my military career as an infantry officer and then I worked as a health care administrator and finally as a training specialist. The move to the training field coincided with the creation of the Web.
STEVE DENNING [Knowledge Management] Laughter in the workplace
| SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2010
If you’re not hearing laughter, it’s a sign you’re still in the land of 20th Century management. The laughter of the new management is not laughter at the misfortunes of others or at those who have offended a powerful patron. By contrast, my encounters with traditional management were always deadly serious. In traditional management, the power structure is no laughing matter. In radical management, jokes about the hierarchy are possible.
STEVE DENNING [Knowledge Management] Another advantage of social media conversations
| SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 2011
This gave me a sobering insight as to how long it might take for a commitment to truth to become the norm in management. Subscribe to this blogs feed About Visit SteveDenning.com Email Me Sign Up for My Free Newsletter Recent Posts Reinventing management Part 7: Implementing the transition Memo to Larry Page: What Google Needs Now: A Tight Focus on Client Delight Is Internet access a basic human right?
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] PKM in a nutshell
| MONDAY, MARCH 22, 2010
Personal Knowledge Management: A way to deal with ever-increasing digital information. Aids in observing, thinking and using information & knowledge (I Sense). How do I make sense of changing conditions and new knowledge? Requires an open attitude to learning and finding new things (I Seek). Develops processes of filing, classifying and annotating for later retrieval. Uses open systems that enable sharing.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] Control design, not people
| FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 2010
Interesting things I learned on twitter this past week: American Bar Association article on Personal Knowledge Management. Lawyers are knowledge workers who must cope with an ever-increasing volume of information flowing within and outside of their workplaces. We have seen that this fact has important implications for the management of system design.
TONY KARRER [Knowledge Management] eLearning Conferences 2012
| THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2011
link] December 1-3, 2011 E-Activities (e-Learning, e-Communities, e-Commerce, e-Management, e-Marketing, e-Governance and Tele-working) , 10 th , sponsored by World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society (WSEAS), Bina Nusantara University, Island of Java, Indonesia. link] December 4-5, 2011 Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Symposium on Computer Human Interaction for Management of Information Technology , Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Clayton R.
LUIS SUAREZ [Knowledge Management] The Therapy of Blogging While Showing Off Your Ideas Out in the Open
| TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 2014
practitioner with over 15 years of experience on knowledge management, collaboration, learning, online communities and social networking for business, and has been living, since February 2008, a (work) life without email challenging the status quo of how knowledge workers collaborate and share their knowledge by promoting openness, transparency, trust, sustainable growth, engagement, connectedness and overall smart work.
DAVID GURTEEN [Knowledge Management] Blog Post: Why we never think alone
| THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 2017
By David Gurteen I went up to the RSA in London recently to hear a talk "Why we never think alone" by Steven Sloman, a cognitive scientist, The talk was to promote his recent book co-authored with Philip Fernbach: The Knowledge Illusion: Why We Never Think Alone. Credit: The Knowledge Illusion: Why We Never Think Alone. How do we manage our knowledge when we understand so little but think that we know it all and resist being proved wrong?
DAVID GURTEEN [Knowledge Management] Blog Post: Four great ownership questions from Peter Block
| THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2016
Knowledge management (KM) is a challenging discipline given that it deals with the complex adaptive nature of human social systems. By David Gurteen I run two interactive sessions at KM Asia in Hong Kong just before Christmas. 09:45 - 10:00 Connection before content. Consider yourselves as much an owner and co-creator of the conference experience as the Chair, speakers and facilitators. This ice-breaker session is driven by four 'ownership' questions from Peter Block.
JAY CROSS [Knowledge Management] Learning and KM: Separated at birth?
| SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2009
I sensed that learning and knowledge management were converging and invited bloggers form both sides to get together at the Tidehouse to share viewpoints and guzzle beer. Andrew McAfee , Principal Research Scientist , Center for Digital Business – MIT Sloan School of Management and Author, Enterprise 2.0. The mid-1990s saw a knowledge-sharing culture at E&Y that guided behaviors, activities, and goals and was viewed as a competitive advantage.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] On knowledge
| WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2009
Some things I learned about knowledge this past year. About knowledge management : Codified knowledge (documents, lists, reports, best practices) is effective in organizations that have mostly new staff or high turnover, like a pizza franchise. Knowledge is the capacity for effective action (know how) and it is the only aspect of knowledge that really matters in life. While learning may be generated in teams, this type of knowledge comes and goes.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] Learning is what we will do for a living
| FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 2010
is Personal Knowledge Management ( PKM ). If the #1 benefit is personal knowledge management, why are all the big players selling to the CEO, CIO, and IT departments? Where are the tools targeting individual knowledge workers? Touchstone uses a democratic “Bubble” structure, which means that any person at any level of the organization can lead a group of staff – not just managers or senior-level people.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] Why the Government of Canada needs PKM
| TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 2009
However, blogging is not enough because managing information overload is more a question of attitude than skills. Blogs, or their equivalent, are only one part of the knowledge management equation. I think that public servants really need PKM ( personal knowledge management ). David Eaves writes in Why the Government of Canada needs Bloggers : One theme that came up was that public servants feel they are suffering from information overload.
DAVID WEINBERGER [Knowledge Management] Quiet blog
| WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2015
In part it’s because I’ve been traveling — to Mexico City for a library conference I blogged about, to Penn State for a talk at the new and really interesting Center for Humanities and Information , to Atlanta to talk at a Deloitte internal Knowledge Management get-together. (I’ve This has been one of the longest stretches of non-blogging for me since I stopped blogging every freaking day in around 2010.
DAVE SNOWDEN [Knowledge Management] Bring your own Barrel Party
| SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2010
If you want to learn the latest on scalable (and I emphasise that word) narrative approaches to knowledge management and learning this is also for you. For those interested, in combination with Narrate and others in the UK Network I am presenting two half day sessions on recent and planned projects using SenseMaker®.
GEORGE SIEMENS [Knowledge Management] PLE: connectivist or constructivist
| WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2010
NBTs (Network Based Training) will make possible persistent learning and knowledge management environments. Viplav provides a good starting point on providing better differentiation between theories of knowledge and learning.
DAVID GURTEEN [Knowledge Management] The best defintion of KM yet!
| SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2009
The purpose of knowledge management is to provide support for improved decision making and innovation throughout the organization. This is achieved through the effective management of human intuition and experience augmented by the provision of information, processes and technology together with training and mentoring programmes. By David Gurteen The best definition of KM yet and some excellent guiding principals from Dave Snowden in a recent blog post.
TONY KARRER [Knowledge Management] eLearning Hot Lists Moving to eLearning Learning
| TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 2009
Important announcement: I've moved where I will be creating the eLearning Hot Lists. So … Want a weekly list of the best content on eLearning from around the web? Please read this post and then head over to eLearning Learning and subscribe to the Best Of feed via RSS or eMail. In Using Social Signals to Find Top eLearning Resources I discussed a particular example of using the social signals capability of Browse My Stuff to find good resources on a particular topic.
DAVID GURTEEN [Knowledge Management] On idealistic solutions
| FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 2009
Knowledge Management should be focused on real, tangible intractable problems not aspirational goals. By David Gurteen Dave Snowden said something recently that typified my approach to everything that I have done in life over the last 10 years or more. It should deal pragmatically with the evolutionary possibilities of the present rather then seeking idealistic solutions. Credit: Dave Snowden.
TONY KARRER [Knowledge Management] New Meme - Media I Consume - How about a change?
| WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2007
This made me think about the recent DIY discussions and some prior posts around PKM and Personal Learning: The future of learning is DIY The future of learning is DIY DIY not ISD DIY vs. Formal Learning Personal Knowledge Management ( PKM ) PKM and Personal Learning PKM and Informal Learning Personal Learning for Learning Professionals - Using Web 2.0 I got tagged by Luis Suarez around a new meme going around that focuses on "Media I Consume".
TONY KARRER [Knowledge Management] Enterprise 2.0 Has Arrived
| WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2007
Keep in mind Knowledge Management (KM). And my firm conclusion is that there are many new methods, skills, tools, knowledge around how to accomplish our work and learning (see Needed Skills for New Media ). Great article by Dion Hinchcliffe - The State of Enterprise 2.0. Increasing evidence abounds that Enterprise 2.0 adoption has begun in earnest with a typical example being Wells Fargo taking the plunge , having rolled out Enterprise 2.0 platforms to 160,000 workers.
DAVE SNOWDEN [Knowledge Management] A letter from Bad Homburg
| TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2009
I started off with a key quote from Polyani, to argue (i) that Nonaka's SECI model was a gross and dangerous misinterpretation of tacit knowledge and (ii) that we need to aim for a synthesis of human and machine intelligence to enable, and enpower sense-making in organisations and society. While tacit knowledge can be possessed by itself, explicit knowledge must rely on being tacitly understood and applied. Hence all knowledge is either tacit or rooted in tacit knowledge.
STEVE DENNING [Knowledge Management] An innovative workshop on radical management
| SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2012
In these three days ( March 19-21 in Washington DC ), you will discover how to use radical management to thrive in the 21 st Century creative economy and the world of continuous innovation. Have you ever considered how to get your Agile/Scrum teams the support from top management that they need to be sustainable? Do you know how to powerfully communicate the essence of Agile to senior managers and inspire them to support your teams? If you’re a public sector manager….
DAVE SNOWDEN [Knowledge Management] The Kings Arms
| THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 2010
I had the afternoon free before an evening meeting/briefing on impact measurement and knowledge management in the health Service. To Oxford today for a series of meetings. Firstly more work on the use of SenseMaker® as a new way to incorporate larger volumes of people in scenario planning and also moving that planning from a linear staccato process to a continuous one linking strategy with operations.
DAVE SNOWDEN [Knowledge Management] The tyrrany of the abstract symbolic
| THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 2010
The key quote here is this: If we think about apprentice models of knowledge transfer, we see the importance of acquiring experience over time for both knowledge transfer and development of the field as a whole. Contrast that with the simplistic approach to complex situations involved in the sick stigma cult and the focus of knowledge management on the hopeless task of making tacit knowledge explicit.
DAVE SNOWDEN [Knowledge Management] On the leaving of Singapore
| FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2009
I was out to speak at a conference on knowledge management for IPQC. I'm in the lounge at Terminal 1 of Changi Airport waiting to be called for the delayed QF31, my first flight on the A380. I'll make it back in time to get down to Cardiff for Wales v Australia on Saturday. I took this photo from my hotel balcony this morning. Its the first hotel I ever stayed at in Singapore over a decade ago.
DAVE SNOWDEN [Knowledge Management] An all too brief visit to Halifax
| TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 2009
I had a good set of meetings on day one, firstly with a senior management group and then a collection of people involved with the web, knowledge management and social computing. Also the possibility to radically reduce the cost of surveys and shift them to dynamic real time creators of knowledge also elicited a good response and some excellent questions. A flying visit to the cold of Halifax, Novia Scotia was a good way to end this North American trip.
MARK OEHLERT [Knowledge Management] IDG: "US Air Force Lets Web 2.0 Flourish Behind Walls"
| THURSDAY, JULY 17, 2008
The new techniques, including blogs, wikis and personal profiles, are coming out of an initiative by Air Force Knowledge Now (AFKN), a resource provided on the Department of Defense (DOD) intranet. Army, Navy and Marines, according to Randy Adkins, director of the Air Force's Center of Excellence for Knowledge Management ( Link ). The U.S. Air Force is using Web 2.0
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] Choose with care in 2010
| FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 2010
Friday’s finds have become part of my personal knowledge management system and this week I even found something on PKM: 60+ resources for Personal Knowledge Management. “ Just got e-mail advertisement for audio conference for HR/managers on “enforcing dress codes. This is the first Friday’s Finds post of 2010,highlighting some of the things I learned on Twitter this past week.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] Connecting and Communicating through Effective Conversations
| TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 2009
This is one of the questions posed by Dave Pollard in What’s Next after Knowledge Management? Dave’s work has helped me develop practical processes for knowledge workers, such as sense-making with PKM and his observation that most workers want the company knowledge-base to be very personal informs this work. So what have our efforts in enterprise knowledge management (KM) since 1975 yielded so far?
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] In the spirit of communication
| FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2010
Knowledge Management = Story Management. Tweet Here are some of the things I learned via Twitter this past week: QUOTES: @GeorgeKao “There’s no such thing as ‘keeping up.’ ’ There’s only checking in at high leverage times.. JohnDCook “He who marries the spirit of the age will soon be a widow.. **. JDeragon People are now the engine of change and the fuel is communications. Systemic Impact of Social Technology.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] Social media workshops
| TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 2010
Personal knowledge management – a sense-making process. I will be presenting two 1/2 day workshops on Thursday, 25 March in Miramichi, NB. The event is sponsored by Silicon East and attendance is (almost) free. There is a $10 fee to cover refreshments. Please pass this on to people in the area who might need an introduction to social media, without any hype or sales pitch.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] Friday’s Finds #20
| FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2009
— Two Knowledge Management definitions @snowded Cognitive Edge and @elsua ELSUA (with several others) via @jackvinson. Weekly review of what I’ve found and learned on Twitter: Jane Hart’s Social Learning Models : wrap-around, integrated, collaboration. Jane Hart’s social Learning slideshare presentations. Interesting. via @charlesjennings.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] Friday’s Finds #11
| FRIDAY, JULY 31, 2009
via @dbast Knowledge Management has an outlook on information supported by dysfunctional technology whereas social computing has no specific outlook and is supported by functional technology. via @jonhusband managers should start really trying to understand the new social dynamics & methods of constructing pertinent knowledge.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] Twitter potpourri
| MONDAY, APRIL 27, 2009
I’m still figuring out how best to integrate Twitter to my personal knowledge management processes. I post some things I find directly to Delicious and others I mark as favourites. Here are some of my recent favourites, a follow-on from a related post last month [I've added some letters and words to make it more coherent]: @davecormier RT @arvind: @davecormier Hard core social network research: danah boyd.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] Break down the walls
| MONDAY, MARCH 23, 2009
Luis Suarez has suggested the merging of knowledge management and learning. Euan says that HR are “maintainers of order, rather than enablers of staff ; that Communications manages rather than enables communication; while IT controls risk instead of enabling the business. These are generalizations, but expose the weaknesses of our current management system.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] Seeing with new eyes
| WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 2009
Luis Suarez, writes in Learning & Knowledge - Partners in Learning : For a good number of years, both Knowledge Management and Learning have always been associated with one another and overlapping quite a bit. The idea that training is not a separate function has already gained some momentum, with many internal departments called something like Learning & Development now.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] Volume, Velocity, Virtualization & Variability
| WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 2009
To address the increasing volume of information, processes such as Personal Knowledge Management become more necessary (note to self: time to update PKM diagrams). Finally, variability of jobs may spell the end of job descriptions and a move toward multiple workplace roles, depending on context; a much less machinistic model, but one that still needs a lot of work in creating tools to help manage looser networks.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] Resonance
| WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2010
Personal Knowledge Management (March) remained a popular subject, and a key focus of my research and practice, though by the end of the year I was calling it network learning (October). Tweet Over the past year, I’ve posted 225 articles here, some popular, some a bit controversial and some ignored (but still useful for my own learning). Here are some posts that resonated with readers.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] PKM: Working Smarter
| THURSDAY, JULY 15, 2010
In PKM in a Nutshell , I linked my various posts on personal knowledge management to make the framework more coherent. A PKM mindset aids in observing, thinking and using information & knowledge better (I Sense). Jane Hart has just released an extensive resource that correlates nicely with the PKM framework.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] A landscape of influences
| MONDAY, MAY 18, 2009
I view the influence mechanisms as sources that one can tap when creating a personal knowledge management system. More exciting pattern and sense-making from Ross Dawson, this time with the Influence Landscape Framework Beta v. 1 : This adds to other conceptual frameworks to inform us on how we can look at learning, work and especially communication in this era.
STEVE DENNING [Knowledge Management] The Leader's Guide to Radical Management: Our Dickensian economy.
| FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2010
The root causes of the disease These problems have not arisen because the private sector has forgotten how to manage. These problems have arisen because the economy has changed in fundamental ways while the way we are managing our organizations hasn’t. The other is the shift in the nature of work from semi-skilled work to knowledge work. I’ve synthesized what these books are saying in my article, The Death—And Reinvention—of Management.
STEVE DENNING [Knowledge Management] The Leader's Guide to Radical Management: The most beautiful gift.
| SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2010
Or if you follow Dave Moran’s advice , and give The Leader's Guide to Radical Management to your boss, (“A great book to give to your manager” says Dave), you can also get an amazing array of free gifts (many hundreds of pages worth of stuff). Reinventing management Part 6: From command to conversation How education is infected by bureaucracy: We need a new culture of learning Obama and the moral of the salmon: its the story, stupid!
STEPHEN DOWNES: HALF AN HOUR [Knowledge Management] Notes from Centre Jacques Cartier seminar on MOOCs, Lyon, France
| MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2013
FutureLearn students - it''s normal to see this pattern Tony Bates Making MOOCs really useful - drivers of change - new skills: - knowledge management - how to find, apply & use information - independent learning - critical thinking - IT skills embedded in subject (ie subject-specific IT) - modern communications skills - eg how to create a youtube video - team work - are we teaching to those skills?
JAY CROSS [Knowledge Management] The learning conference that kicks ass
| SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2008
I’m interviewing Kevin Wheeler , the talent management guru, and the amazing Alvaro Fernandez , CEO of SharpBrains. Dave Pollard , the knowledge management wizard out to change the world, will talk about Working Smarter. Tomorrow, more than a thousand learning professionals will join the free, online party at Corporate Learning Trends and Innovation 08.
JAY CROSS [Knowledge Management] The key to understanding what’s going on
| FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 2010
Extreme swings toward technology and institutions were Taylor’s Scientific Management, robber barons, Business Process Reengineering, and narrowly-defined eLearning (removing all the people to make it work.) Knowledge management and corporate learning may never be the same. The potential effect on learning and knowledge management is huge.
TONY KARRER [Knowledge Management] eLearning Conferences 2010
| THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2009
link] December 7-9, 2009 International Association for the Scientific Knowledge (IASK) Teaching and Learning : Excellence and Quality – Timeless Challenges in Education, Proto, Portugal. link] December 17-18, 2009 International Conference on eLearning for Knowledge-Based Society , 6 th , Bangkok, Thailand. link] December 21-23, 2009 International Conference on Innovation in Teaching and Management of Higher Education (ICITM 09), Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia.
TONY KARRER [Knowledge Management] eLearning Conferences 2011
| THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2010
link] or [link] December 14, 2010 International Workshop on Knowledge Discovery Using Cloud and Distributed Computing Platforms , Sydney, Australia. link] December 14-16, 2010 E-Activities (e-Learning, e-Communities, e-Commerce, e-Management, e-Marketing, e-Governance and Tele-working) , 9 th , sponsored by World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society (WSEAS), University of Los Andes, Merida, Venezuela.
ROSS DAWSON [Knowledge Management] Exploring the future of investment management
| TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2013
Last week I was in Amsterdam for the International User Community Meeting of SimCorp, a leading provider of software for the investment management industry. I gave the keynote on the Future of Investment Management and ran a half-day Executive Master Class on Creating the Successful Organisation of the Future. My initial client base when I established my company was largely in financial services, and I began to focus on the investment management industry, for a number of reasons.
JAY CROSS [Knowledge Management] Working Smarter Fieldbook | September 2010 Edition
| MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2010
This is a book for business managers who want to build workforces that improve performance naturally, without prodding. In our mind’s eye, we are telling these stories to hands-on managers, people with titles such as sales manager, operations supervisor, project leader, and product manager. by Jay Cross, Jane Hart, Clark Quinn, Harold Jarche, Charles Jennings. Buy it | Read Excerpts | $24 | 390 pages. These ideas will set your hair on fire!
- [Knowledge Management] Personal Learning Environment 2010
George writes: Announcing: Open Course – Personal Learning Environments, Networks, and Knowledge. This should be fun… Stephen Downes , Dave Cormier , and I will be offering an open course on Personal Learning Environments, Networks, and Knowledge , starting September 13. The course is jointly sponsored by the Technology Enhanced Knowledge Research Institute (TEKRI) at Athabasca University and NRC.
JAY CROSS [Knowledge Management] Informal Learning 2.0
| WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 2009
It’s the vision we’re selling to managers who don’t get it.. Today’s learning is a mash-up of performance support, internal communications, collaboration, social software, real-time feeds, organization development, what’s left of knowledge management, collective intelligence, search, nurturing communities, and traditional learning. Learning comes out of the training silo to join management’s set of performance drivers.
DAVE SNOWDEN [Knowledge Management] Statistical tails waging the dogs of truth
| FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 2014
This seems to have been an innate feature of management science and to a lesser extent social science considered more broadly. I'll write more on the health care issue in the new year but for the moment I want to focus on management science. That statistical engines then run and correlations are identified which are then distilled into prescriptive or advisory recipes for managers seeking to know outcome before action.
MARTIJN LINSSEN [Knowledge Management] Raising the Dial Tone, Part 2
| SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2010
Home About Complexity Reading List Knowledge Management Reading List Raising the Dial Tone, Part 2 John 1 comment Complexity , Social Media , Strategy Sep 25 (Part 1 is archived at [link] Recently, Dennis McDonald offered that transparency and collaboration should be considered as efficiency measures in the Secretary of Defense’s initiatives. About John Dr. John Bordeaux brings 28 years’ experience working issues of national security and knowledge management.
MARTIJN LINSSEN [Knowledge Management] In Praise of the Olds
| FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 2010
Home About Complexity Reading List Knowledge Management Reading List In Praise of the Olds John 3 comments Personal Dec 24 Putting aside the fact that, back in my day, “the Olds” referred to a car owned by someone on the brighter side of the tracks – I recognize that this term now refers to the generations beyond the one currently in fashion. About John Dr. John Bordeaux brings 28 years’ experience working issues of national security and knowledge management.
DAVE SNOWDEN [Knowledge Management] The aging workforce (part 1)
| THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2010
Today's Dilbert raised one of the classic issues in knowledge management. Back in the 1990s people argued that core knowledge walked out of the door each evening and might not return. The solution to this was to codify that knowledge so that it existed independently of the knowledge holder and thus became a corporate asset not a private one. Dilbert is one of the issues raised today in a classic knowledge management.
DAVE SNOWDEN [Knowledge Management] KM Hong Kong
| TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 2010
Karl Wiig who has a strong claim to be one of the founders of the knowledge management movement picked up on the intellectual capital concept which was one of the founding ideas. I was and remain dubious that knowledge is an capital asset within the normal meaning of the word. Knowledge is primarily a capability and changing the name was one idea that Karl and I discussed. Principle is to simplify then exaggerate to communicate knowledge effectively.
DAVE SNOWDEN [Knowledge Management] Situated meaning, a reflection
| SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 2010
A few years back at an Academy session in Washington I had presented my thinking on the use of complexity theory in knowledge management. He argues that this happened with knowledge in the late 80s and thus gave rise to knowledge management. Differences are critical to meaning, if we can't distinguish between things then knowledge is impossible. We need to take a more coherent and deliberate effort to manage our national brand.
DAVE SNOWDEN [Knowledge Management] Fighting the last war
| SATURDAY, JULY 4, 2009
The Federal KM listserv has been much occupied with the question of creating a federal CKO and knowledge centre. Creating centralised groups are mostly harmles s to knowledge transfer largely because they do on impinge on the realities of practice. Using that experience is one of the things knowledge management was meant to be about.
XYLEME [Knowledge Management] Five Myths of Social Learning
| THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2009
Home > Social Learning > Five Myths of Social Learning Five Myths of Social Learning December 3rd, 2009 Goto comments Leave a comment There is no question that the rise of social networks is creating a profound shift in the way training departments are delivering knowledge to their employees, partners, and customers. Social learning is all about providing more flexible and responsive ways for delivering this knowledge through user generated content, engagement, and feedback.
LUIS SUAREZ [Knowledge Management] Time Flies When You Are Having Fun – Happy IBM Anniversary!
| TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2012
Who would have thought that on January 20th 1997 I would start working for IBM and that 15 years later I would still be there having a blast loving what I love doing: working smarter, not necessarily harder, with plenty of people as passionate as I am for everything related to knowledge sharing, collaboration, communities, learning and social networking, and aiming at doing, or, at least, trying my hardest, something meaningful and purposeful. Whoahh! Who would have thought about that, eh?
DAVE SNOWDEN [Knowledge Management] Ballerinas and Aircraft Carriers
| FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 2009
We have not even begun to scratch the surface of basic knowledge sharing and collaboration in government. Overall we need to remember that knowledge management is, to use the Greek, a matter of phronesis or practical wisdom; its the exercise of judgement and that can only be developed in action through the acquisition of habits. Seven Principles of Knowledge Management. Knowledge can only be volunteered it cannot be conscripted.
TONY KARRER [Knowledge Management] Workplace Learning Professionals Next Job - Management Consultant
| MONDAY, MARCH 16, 2009
But there was another significant trend in the answers… Learning and Work Converge In a world where Knowledge Work and Learning is Inseparable , finding ways to support and improve work is the same as finding ways to support and improve learning. Jay Cross in Ten Years After puts it: In a knowledge society, learning is the work. Isn't that the definition of management. The main objective of the new training department is to enable knowledge to flow in the organization.
XYLEME [Knowledge Management] welcome to xyleme insider!
| TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 2009
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DAVE SNOWDEN [Knowledge Management] Gott ist tot (or reflections on KM keynotes)
| TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2010
November has of recent years become the month in which I think about Knowledge Management. OK the proper objects of KM, decision making & innovation I think about a lot, but the world has moved on and the KM language tends not to be associated with them outside of Government, the legal profession and some engineering organisations.
DAVID GURTEEN [Knowledge Management] Blog Post: Hot tweets: July 2010
| TUESDAY, JULY 27, 2010
Other then my website and this knowledge letter of course, it is one of my main ways of sharing and communicating. Knowledge for the Public Good (Societal Knowledge Management) [link] #KM. Questioning the use of targets in a world that has been taught that if it cannot be measured, it cannot be managed [link]. More thoughts on my recent Knowledge Café at Arup [link] #km #kcafe @davidpottinger.
DAVE SNOWDEN [Knowledge Management] Information ecologies
| SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 2010
I was part of a small but select group discussing the information ecology of crisis management. There was a general recognition that the old style information centric knowledge management approach would not work (although many government agencies are going down that path). An interesting day yesterday in New York.
DAVE SNOWDEN [Knowledge Management] KMaus09:Day two practitioner Dale Chatwin
| WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 2009
Dale is Director, ABS Knowledge Management (Australian Bureau of Statistics) and starts by telling us its a story of failure! The initiative was mandated top down for the IT people (around 400) following a consultancy recommendation to senior management (there in lies many a story of failure). Attention increases in the audience. They had one of the early, and sophisticated Lotus Notes systems.
DAVE SNOWDEN [Knowledge Management] New approachs to government
| THURSDAY, JULY 23, 2009
Narrative approaches to knowledge management. Bereavement management Northern Ireland Health Service. I will be flying on to Australia Sunday for a couple of weeks before moving on to the US. The week starts in Perth with a seminar on complexity and then a project start up on indigenous issues. Wednesday is Canberra for a range of meetings and one public slot for ActKM at the National Archives. That runs 1500-1700 and the only cost is a donation to afternoon tea.
DAVE SNOWDEN [Knowledge Management] Change for Cognitive Edge
| MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 2009
A second will focus on social computing and the links to knowledge management. One of the best books I have ever read on marketing is Moore's Crossing the Chasm. It looks at different periods in the life cycle of a product or service and identifies different strategies that should be adopted. In the early days you tend to deal with enthusiasts who know as much about the subject as you, so selling is conceptual or detailed.
TONY KARRER [Knowledge Management] Where Will the Change Come From?
| THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2006
What's likely to happen here is that all sorts of innovation in learning, knowledge management, etc. A few weeks ago, I posted a summary around the November LCB Big Question "Are ISD / ADDIE / HPT relevant in a world of rapid elearning, faster time-to-performance, and informal learning?": eLearning Technology: Significant Work Needed to Help Instructional Designers Some interesting thoughts in the comments.
MARTIJN LINSSEN [Knowledge Management] “Human beings are social animals. We come together two by two in.
| SUNDAY, AUGUST 8, 2010
Home About Complexity Reading List Knowledge Management Reading List How Are You Clumping? These groups assemble to achieve distinctive aims and to provide the satisfactions of sociability…Management thinkers, influenced by economists, have been slower to see the importance of social groups in organizations. Why do economists always seem to factor in humans as if Taylor’s Scientific Management ruled the Earth?
- [Knowledge Management] Personal Knowledge: Transmission or Induction?
I still think there is a deficiency in the personal knowledge management model being discussed in various quarters. Harold Jarche points to a diagram Silvia Andreoli adds to his last post on personal knowledge management. Here it is: Now the activity happening at the centre is becoming more sophisticated, with an expanded list of processes happening, to convert data into knowledge. I don't think there is a direct flow from data to knowledge.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] Normal isn’t normal anymore
| FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2010
Trends in Knowledge Management – “a short synthesis & worth a read : Traditionally, KM was more often than not a top-down driven approach. For example, document taxonomies and knowledge sharing procedures were defined; identified experts shared their knowledge in defined communities. The traditional approach to workplace learning has been about managing and controlling the learning experience, keeping it really top down.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] Talking about PKM
| TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2010
KMers.org runs a regular TweetChat on knowledge management (KM) issues and today’s was on Personal Knowledge Management (PKM) , with the following agenda: What effective means have we found to aggregate, filter and share information? — @markgould13 For me, PKM is a precursor for social knowledge sharing, so I use Delicious, Twitter and Wordpress. — @petertwo Incentive for PKM is PCM (Personal Career Management).
CLARK QUINN [Knowledge Management] Training Specialist
| WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2008
To me if you make the definition of "e-learning" so expansive (and yes, I realize there is overlap between e-learning and knowledge management but to classify knowledge management activities as learning seem silly) it makes the term almost meaningless. Yes, everything you do should be about learning and creating knowledge, but this is different from Learning with a Big-L and little-l learning.
CLARK QUINN [Knowledge Management] Learning Quotient?
| THURSDAY, MAY 1, 2014
I had the good fortune to be invited to the Future of Work event that was held here in Silicon Valley two weeks ago, and there were four breakouts, one of which was on learning and knowledge management. You can guess which one I was on (though tempted by the leadership and culture one; there was overlap). Within that breakout the activity was to pick four topics and further break out.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] Knowledge Transfer
| WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 2010
I have accepted a term contract as Knowledge Transfer and Partnerships Officer in Research Services. I also intend to discuss issues around technology and knowledge transfer in the context of higher education. You can expect more knowledge management type discussions. This will definitely be a learning experience and I look forward to expanding my network and my knowledge.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] Information is free; Experience is expensive
| FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2010
juneholley: Emergence and management. Yes, it is certainly true that the role of managers is probably exaggerated (with their pay). But the project of changing management is unnecessary. Over-managed firms will self-destruct, possibly at great cost to themselves and others, simply because managers have to be paid for and management that is not necessary simply makes a firm unwieldy, inefficient and unprofitable.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] A quotable week on Twitter
| FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2010
Knowledge. snowded: Narrative as Mediator : Without the mediation of narrative there can be no knowledge transfer or learning. Without embodied knowledge there will be no wisdom. exectweets “Knowledge has to be improved, challenged, and increased constantly, or it vanishes. – Peter Drucker. jackvinson: PKM [personal knowledge management] in the enterprise? Here are some words of wisdom, gleaned from Twitter this past week.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] Work is learning, learning work
| FRIDAY, MAY 1, 2009
My current interest in Web social media is that these tools and platforms give us a better way to engage in collaborative work and help us integrate learning into our daily pratice, such as personal knowledge management. As host of this month’s Working / Learning Blog Carnival , David Wilkins challenged participants to think about the intersections between working and learning: When does work become learning? When does learning become work?
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] The future of certification
| TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 2009
For example, I think technology in learning and performance is at this point a core skill, as are informal learning approaches and sister competencies such as knowledge management and performance consulting. At some point in the life of a discipline there is a drive toward certification. Want to be a real estate agent ? It’s a quality thing, so we’re told.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] Network Learning
| WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2010
Tweet I mentioned in my last post that the term “personal knowledge management ( PKM ) does not adequately describe the sense-making process that I attribute to it. It’s rather obvious that knowledge cannot be managed, as Dave Jonassen has said many times: Every amateur epistemologist knows that knowledge cannot be managed. Sharing knowledge produces network effects.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] Personal Information Management for Sense-making
| TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 2010
Tweet George Siemens calls it information management (what I describe as PKM). I specifically use the term information instead of knowledge. We encounter a continual flow of information – most of it will never become “knowledge”. From my perspective, the knowledge aspect of PKM is an emergent property of the activities conducted, many of which are merely information management. For sure, merely tagging an article does not create knowledge.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] From Mark Twain to the Future
| FRIDAY, JULY 16, 2010
Has Knowledge Management Been Bad For Us? But I think we’re missing the point about the real value of knowledge. Here are some of the things I learned on Twitter this past week: Mark Twain’s Posthumous Bombshells by @cburell. Why is Mark Twain’s autobiography only coming out now, 100 years after his death? Because he stipulated so before dying.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] Schwerpunkt: Management
| THURSDAY, JULY 8, 2010
Human Resources (HR) seem to be out out of sync with organizational needs as well, nicely summed up in a recent FastCompany article: I think successful organizations are very rigorous and creative about getting profitable work from their employees, their managers, and their business units. But the real culprit is management and that’s what needs to change. The fundamental assumptions, attitudes and values are at odds with those of traditional management.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] Learning is the Work
| FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 2010
One of the most effective mechanisms for knowledge transfer which has emerged in human history is the apprentice scheme. While in the early stages of knowledge transfer there was a degree of rote learning, increasingly the apprentice learnt by practice and by tolerated failure. BFchirpy to @JaneBozarth & @usablelearning “Re: Killer Learning Management System – it’s the web, silly..
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] Learning products
| MONDAY, APRIL 27, 2009
I use my personal knowledge management (PKM) process for some of my own sense-making, involving several internally (sort, categorize, make explicit, retrieve) and externally (connect, exchange, contribute) focused activities: Here’s a first look at some of the learning “products that can be created: Sort & Categorize: lists; taxonomies; topic maps; mind maps.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] The Community Manager
| MONDAY, MARCH 9, 2009
One role that will likely gain importance is that of Community Manager. The role of community manager in an organization will be to manage organizational communities of practice, communities of interest and have an understanding of some of the other communities that touch each of us. Workplace-related communities often address only the knowledge and economic aspects but as human beings we need more.
HAROLD JARCHE [Knowledge Management] 5th Anniversary
| THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2009
My personal knowledge base is now over 1,400 blog posts with +3,000 comments. I have settled on an average of 15 per month which seems to be enough for personal knowledge management (implicit => explicit) and I don’t feel under pressure to publish. On 19 February 2004, I went down the rabbit hole and started this blog: This is where I post my thoughts and comments on ideas, events or other writings that are of a professional interest to me.
DAVE SNOWDEN [Knowledge Management] Cognitive Edge announces training courses for 2016 – Working with Complex Problems
| THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 2016
knowledge. Techniques and exercises are run through, with recommendations of how and where to apply them, examples of their use to knowledge management, transformational change, customer and employee engagement, risk management and much more. Course 2: Managing in Complexity. Topics will include: An introduction to Complexity Thinking – and its implications for leadership & management. Managing and strategising in Complexity using ABIDE.
DAVE SNOWDEN [Knowledge Management] Judge not, but enable judgement
| WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 2014
One of these is to use SenseMaker® to provide a more effective feed into Net Promoter Score (NPS) and the other with a similar dramatise personæ to start the process of formalising our knowledge management offering. The market life cycle has moved on and our offering strategy needs to reflect that much of the work we (and others) have done to establish complexity as a new approach to management is paying off.
DAVE SNOWDEN [Knowledge Management] So what are we about?
| THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 2014
In keeping with that philosophy we seek to move on from the case-based approach that dominates social and management science, shifting to a model in which theory and practice coevolve to create effective and resilient solutions to intractable problems in both government and industry. Applications include culture & attitudinal mapping, organisational change, market research, knowledge management, and impact monitoring.
DAVE SNOWDEN [Knowledge Management] On writing
| WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 2013
I managed to write a whole article from start to finish today. I can say that as Jim has accepted it without knowledge of the creative process! Getting user orientated articles out was one of the things the Institute for Knowledge Management was measured on so it was a necessary feature of life.
DAVE SNOWDEN [Knowledge Management] The place of belonging
| THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 2013
The new move is to allow direct entry to senior ranks without first spending time on the beat as a constable and makes the classic knowledge management error of ignoring the need for experience and ritual in creating identity. We manage the emergence of beneficial coherence within attractors, within boundaries. By managing what we can we now only do more with less, but we also allow locally contextual solutions to emerge. I was thinking a lot about identity today.
STEVE DENNING [Knowledge Management] The Leader's Guide to Radical Management: The myth of the single.
| MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2010
Instead better “ execution ” or “ playing hardball ” or “ ruthless management ” will save us. If not, then surely better “ talent management ” or becoming a " learning organization " will do. Then again, some think “ knowledge management ” will help us learn. None of them will address the complex array of problems that management now faces. Again to management's astonishment, traditional hierarchy suddenly doesn’t work any more.
STEVE DENNING [Knowledge Management] The Leader's Guide to Radical Management: 800-CEO-READ publishes.
| THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2010
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STEVE DENNING [Knowledge Management] The Leader's Guide to Radical Management: The most beautiful.
| SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2010
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STEVE DENNING [Knowledge Management] The Myths and The Reality of President Obama's CEO Summit
| MONDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2010
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STEVE DENNING [Knowledge Management] The Leader's Guide to Radical Management: My interview on the art.
| TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2010
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