Is KM Dead? Larry Prusak, Dave Snowden, Patrick Lambe (Recorded July 2008)
In a conversation held in Kuala Lumpur on July 1st 2008, Larry Prusak, Dave Snowden and Patrick Lambe discuss the topic of whether KM is dead or dying, and what lies in store for it. Nice transcript of the conversation within timings provided by Jack Vinson at http://blog.jackvinson.com/archives/2008/07/24/dead_km_talking_sound_bites.html
KM Conference Season 2014 begins in Earnest
We are speaking and facilitating at a number of conferences September through November 2014, including KM Singapore (knowledge audit workshop with Edgar Tan), IIM Canberra (keynote and a knowledge audit workshop with Edgar Tan), Taxonomy Bootcamp (keynote) and KM World(knowledge audit workshop) Washington DC, and a Knowledge Audit Masterclass with Paul Corney in London. Yes – knowledge audits are the flavour of the season, as the subject of my new book, due out in 2015. Drop in and see us!
Narrative Based KM Competencies Framework (video was made in October 2008)
This video was made for the Cognitive Edge network as a mini-case study of using narrative techniques. It describes an iKMS (http://www.ikms.org) project to develop a self-development competencies framework for knowledge managers in Singapore. We started with anecdote circles to collect stories of knowledge manager experiences, and from them and prior research on typical KM roles the participants built archetypes. Knowledge managers susbsequently built “competency wheels” for each archetype using Dave Snowden’s ASHEN framework as a base. The research was conducted by Awie Foong for iKMS, directed and supported by Patrick Lambe, and will be published by iKMS in October 2008.
Dr Vaine’s actKM Conference Address (recorded October 2008)
This special broadcast was made for the actKM Forum’s annual conference 14-15 October 2008.
Special Issue on Connecting KM Theory and Practice
Over the past few months I have been guest editing a special issue of the Journal of Entrepreneurship Innovation and Management (JEMI) on the connections between KM theory and practice. It’s out today and freely available as a download! My many thanks to the contributors, the anonymous reviewers and Anna Ujwary-Gil who suggested it, and supported me through the process.
KM Singapore 2008: Graham Higgins Keynote (recorded in 2008)
Graham Higgins of Cathay Pacific delivers the first keynote address at iKMS’ annual conference KM Singapore 2008, on the topic “Joining up the dots”. How can organisations respect the expertise in functional specialisations and still bridge silos to bring cross-organisation connectivity and awareness? This video is 40 minutes, comprising 30 minutes of Graham’s presentation plus 10 minutes question and answer
Tony Sheehan’s Keynote for KM Singapore 2008 (recorded in 2008)
Tony Sheehan of Ashridge Business School and formerly of Arup delivers the second keynote address at iKMS’ annual conference KM Singapore 2008, on the topic “The Lost Art of Thinking”. Tony takes us through ten steps of significant change in ogranisational life, leading to a plea for balance and an outline of what we need in terms of connecting tools, networks, corporate values, learning strategies, and time to think. This video is 40 minutes, comprising 35 minutes of Tony’s presentation plus 5 minutes question and answer.
Knowledge Power and Responsibility: A Conversation with Nancy Dixon (recorded 26 Nov 2008 KM Asia)
This conversation with Nancy Dixon, recorded at KM Asia, November 26th 2008 (thanks to Ark Group) explores the issue of supporting “vertical” knowledge sharing – and important themes for designing environments and changing behaviours to overcome inhibitors to sharing that arise from power relationships, willingness to give up responsibility, and the availability and techniques and tools to help us do that.
Steve Ellis’ Keynote for KM Singapore 2009 Conference (recorded on 13 August 2009)
This is the keynote address from Dr Steve Ellis of HSBC at the KM Singapore Conference 13 August 2009. The topic was “knowledge based working in the current economic climate” and Dr Ellis argued that while the pressures of an economic crisis tended to make managers less prone to think in terms of long term KM investments and gains, this environment (a) shows the value of knowledge worker skills and (b) focuses knowledge managers on delivering tangible value.
Ron Young on Personal Knowledge Management (recorded in an iKMS Evening Talk on 25 May 2009)
In this evening talk for iKMS, Ron Young explains that personal knowledge management is a foundational element for any kind of knowledge management, and argues that it forms a basic set of competencies for any knowledge worker.
In this second part of a talk on personal knowledge management for the iKMS, Ron Young argues that the arrival of Web 2.0 massively enables personal knowledge management, and that this will inevitably have an impact on organisational KM.