I was recently facilitating an exploratory workshop on the knowledge and learning aspects of a major change programme with 32 members of various project teams working in the programme. A recurring theme throughout the day was the power of stories as a means to build community identity, in making sense of the change process as … Read more
Untitled, a photo by eksploratore on Flickr. Trying to get to grips with everything on my plate just now … too much ….
Following my interview at theknowledgecore.com I have recently included a follow-up blog on knowledge management as an essentially social activity. You can read the post here and I hope you enjoy!
I’ve been interviewed here on knowledge management as an activity – that knowledge … Rather than being something solid, reliable and final, we’re better thinking of knowledge as conjecture being constantly tested and retested. The Knowledge Core blog is deservedly gaining attention as it discusses the nature the nature of knowledge management and how the … Read more
An interesting slide set from Scott Wilson from Bolton Uni Widgets and Mashups for Personal and Institutional Technologies View more presentations from scottw Its worth clicking through to the slideshare site to see the notes accompanying the presentation. I quite interested in the notion of the highly personalised cross-device widget based VLE or PLE which … Read more
Came across an interesting post here on skills for employability from Lynda Gratton. The emphasis on deep skills does tie in with what I’ve been seeing in the local job market of generalist skill sets being desirable for more junior posts while “deep” skills are required for the higher value/ better paid jobs. Also, this … Read more