KM is a lot of things to a lot of people. It seems everyone wants the silver bullet, the one “right” answer to the question of how to be successful in KM. Or they want the one “right” answer to the question of what is KM and what’s included in KM. Well let me save […]

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Wow, it’s been a long time since I posted a blog; I’ve been busy working with new clients and I just haven’t had any earth-shattering KM thoughts to share; no ba in my schedule lately. [Aside: I wrote this for a side-project that I’m working on, so it may eventually appear somewhere in another format.] […]

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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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Joyful knowledge management. Yes, knowledge management is joyful, at least it is to me. I enjoy it when I can find what I’m looking for: the answer to the question, the person who has done a project before and can share her/his experience and lessons learned with me. I enjoy pulling together the pieces to […]

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I have been doing some more research, reading, and thinking about this creativity-innovation-knowledge management area and am coming to the realization that to a certain extent KM by design is what I’ve been doing all along, I’m just becoming more aware of it and kicking it up a notch. Let me explain… What I have […]

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