Dissident (otherwise know as Stephen Dale) had produced a politically correct greeting for the season. I can’t beat it, so I am linking to it. Please read it as coming from me! I will do my best to get Stephen a copy of Politically Correct Bedtime Stories – one of the funniest books I have […]
After getting addicted to blogs, and engaging with the wikipedia, I am taking the next step and preparing to Podcast. Euan Semple and myself are planning to walk around megalithic wiltshire and record a conversation or two next Thursday. I can also introduce Euan to the pleasures of 6X and my wood burning stove. Its […]
For existing practitioners (anyone who has been on a training course including the IBM period – we will be organising a get together at 1600 next Tuesday 19th December near Moorgate in London. There is a certification programme on Monday-Wednesday and we will use this slot to demonstrate the latest version of the software and […]
It has been encouraging over the last few weeks through a series of conference and client presentations to see a more realistic, nay a naturalistic approach growing in market respectability. Knowledge management practitioners seem to find it easier to get corporate buy in for narrative and social computing approaches. In a range of marketing companies […]
Thanks to Tom Quiggin for this example of innovation. It matches the history of science in which new discoveries generally come from mavericks, or result from accidents. Security that is small and imperfectly formed A nanotechnology experiment that went wrong could lead to the ultimate weapon in the fight against the forgers Michael Pollitt Thursday […]
I am pleased to say that we have settled accreditation course dates for Europe next month and North America early next year. Accreditation courses last three days and mix theory (mainly from me) with practice (mainly from network members) and provide a chance to get an in depth understanding of Cognitive Edge methods. They also […]
In an hour or so’s time I will set off for Heathrow and a flight to California for KM World. Tomorrow, the 31st I am at a complexity cluster in San Francisco. Wednesday the 1st I have a keynote on leadership. Thursday the 2nd Nov Richard McDermott and I will lead a discussion on controveries […]
For those interested, KM World in San Jose offers several opportunities to meet up. I am giving a keynote with Cindy Gordon on the 1st November and running a session with Richard McDermott on the 2nd November with the title “Controversies and the Future of Knowledge Management”. Also on the 2nd at 1400 I am […]
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