The first webinar: Please register for KM Roadmap Process on Jul 23, 2013 12:00 PM EDT at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4565180326538419712 The process for determining supporting knowledge management technology is outlined in this webinar. The steps start with collecting organizational requirements and move through analyzing and resolving these to select the technology. Then moving on to designing and […]

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This past weekend I saw an art exhibit, you can read more about it on my Stephanie Barnes Art blog, but what struck me about it was the value of context, or knowledge to the understanding of the paintings. The paintings are abstract blocks of colour, meant to elicit emotions and a reaction, to me […]

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I will write more about this later, but I wanted to get some initial thoughts down tonight, while it’s fresh in my memory. I was lucky enough to be invited by a friend to attend a University of Waterloo Alumni event this evening. At the event they were screening the Canadian premiere of ColaLife a […]

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Design thinking seems to be everywhere lately, but it seems to me that KM has always been “by design,” at least it was if it was done successfully. Design thinking is characterized by being purposive; human centred;  a balance of analytical and creative; uses abductive reasoning, i.e. inference from best available explanation; and iterative, it uses […]

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Because I think knowledge management has gotten too left-brained, too driven by technology and away from its knowledge sharing and organizational learning roots. Knowledge Management is not about technology, it is about making connections that would not be made otherwise, it is about sharing what you know to help someone else, even if you do […]

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