I met Eddie last year and one of the Knowledge and Innovation Network meetings and he has done a great… Read more Why the rules changed 15 years ago at midnight but no one told us.
Inspiration comes in various forms. And after looking a Mattan Griffel’s presentation on Slideshare about growth hacking, that has some great stuff… Read more The art of project planning by the Underpants Gnomes
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: 600 people reached the… Read more 2012 in review
Back on the 5th of December I was asked if I could do a little presentation about Knowledge Management in a… Read more Managing knowledge in project environments
Performance improvement benchmarking, sometimes known as the river diagram was developed by Collison and Parcell (2001) Learning to Fly Capstone… Read more Performance Improvement Benchmarking
Last night I attended and hosted one of David Gurteen’s Knowledge Café. If you have not been to one, its well… Read more Organising a zoo?
Nick Milton is doing some really interesting stuff about the cultural issues of Knowledge Sharing on his blog Below is… Read more Knowledge Sharing and the British Culture
This is a bit of a marmite infograph for some of the KM people I have spoken to. Some love… Read more The Evolution of Knowledge Management
I think that’s a really good question. How many of us have get home after a day’s work and have… Read more Why is good work so hard to find?
What would happen if remote working becomes common place in the UK? David Smith from Global Futures and Foresight raised… Read more Why Cornwall may be the new Silicon Valley