Tag: knowledge management

Managing knowledge in project environments

A NetIKX seminar, 21 January 2021 How can we manage knowledge more effectively in project environments? This was the question posed in the most recent NetIKX seminar, led by Judy Payne, an independent consultant and co-author of Managing Knowledge in Project Environments . How do project managers define KM?...

The framework and ISO standards for Collaboration, KM and Innovation

A NetIKX seminar, 26 November 2020 At first glance it may seem counterintuitive to have standards for innovation and collaboration – these are, after all, things which many people perceive as happening organically and spontaneously:  the myth of creativity as a ‘Eureka moment’ is still prevalent, despite evidence to...

Leadership as a practice

An online Gurteen Knowledge Café, 03 April 2020 As a long-time fan of David Gurteen’s Knowledge Cafés, I was pleased to learn of the latest online café being offered via Zoom, on the timely issue of leadership. In the current Covid-19 crisis we have all been acutely aware of...

Waking up to Wakelet

Content curation and social sharing Just over a year ago, I was alarmed by the news that Storify – a service which I had used to capture the tweets for NetIKX events – was to close. Luckily, an alternative service appeared on the scene in the form of Wakelet,...

Knowledge, information and the power of conversations

‘A Conversation’ by Khalid Albaih (CC BY 2.0) On 12th December 2018, I attended the CILIP K&IM Knowledge Management Awards as a representative of NetIKX. As a long-time CILIP member, I’m pleased to see that the organisation is taking knowledge management on board and rewarding the contributions of its members...