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Re: Fishbowl Session Proposal #request #methods

Julie Langford
 

I would like to participate in number 3, please.

Thank you!

On Thu, Oct 21, 2021 at 1:11 PM Diana Russo <dianalrusso@...> wrote:
I would be interested in participating in number 1.

Thank you.

On Thu, Oct 21, 2021 at 12:21 PM Dan Ranta <danieleranta@...> wrote:
Here's a short update on our pre-Fishbowl process.  First thanks for all the interest.  We are going to make tomorrow the cut-off for voting and volunteers / participants.  In actuality, the latter is a better method for determining which topic we cover.  We have also received suggestions to sessions on all three topics over time.  Definitely a possibility.  

Up the Minute RESULTS:  1) 6 Volunteers; 2) 1 Volunteer; 3) 5 Volunteers.  It's a two-horse race at this time..."and down the stretch they come!"  
Again - please volunteer (vote) by tomorrow.  Thanks, Dan 

******************************************************
ORIGINAL MESSAGE

Dear All - I would like to facilitate a 60-minute Fishbowl Session prior to the end of this calendar year.  This will be with two main objectives:  1) to share the fishbowl facilitation technique; and 2) to take one of the recent engaging SIKM discussions and delve further into it.  Many of you have probably facilitated or participated in (as "fish" or observers) a fishbowl session.  In the last few months, I have had the pleasure in my capacity as a consultant for the IOM (International Organization for Migration - a branch of the U.N.) to facilitate several fishbowl sessions.  They tend to be a nice way to conduct a tacit knowledge exchange, while deepening insights in the flow of the session.  

To make this happen, I need help from you.  I need two things:  1) your ideas / votes on what recent discussion to focus on; and 2) ~Four volunteer "fish" to enter the fishbowl.  The candidate discussions to explore further are below (we will select one of these only).  You can share your ideas with me via the SIKM discussion or via my email - danieleranta@....

Candidate Discussions:


If interested in volunteering to be a "fish" in the session - please let me know also.  For example:  "if it's KM Platforms, I would like to volunteer."  Apologies in advance, the session can only accommodate 3 to 5 "fish." 

Thanks, Dan

*************************************************
  • Fishbowl conversations are a form of dialog that was born in what is known as unconferences, also known as participant-driven meetings that try to avoid standard conference formats such as presentations followed by Q&A sessions.  A fishbowl conversation is used when discussing topics within large groups as several people can join the discussion and this allows everyone to participate in the chat.  They can be done face-to-face or virtually.
  • An advantage of a fishbowl conversation is that it shortens distances between the speakers and the audience and is useful for larger groups.  The focus is all on the conversation that emerges as the participants are the custodians and curators of the conversation.  The initial questions for a compelling discussion need to be accurately prepared as well as the conversation starters, which must be carefully picked- participants must know how to listen before speaking.  
  • The success of the fishbowl is dependent on the moderator who ensures that individuals, either those beginning in the fishbowl or joining the discussion at a later time, do not dominate the talk or take it off track.  Fishbowls are not meant to reach consensus but instead generate an intimate and spontaneous conversation used for building dialogue between participants.  Also, the open-ended questions are meant to explore what was not known before.
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Cheers to the adventure,
Julie



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Re: Benchmark Request: Has Anyone Supported Business Continuity Teams with their KM Program #collaboration #knowledge-capture

 

Hi Kim

 

I developed this model working with and in support of the intelligence community in the 00’s.  It was specifically suited to engage and integrate collaboration across multi-mission organizations.  On a related set of projects, we adapted this model to incorporate knowledge based business continuity planning  (Continuity of Operations -COOP) as an integral part of organization operational strategy (resilience).

 

Contact me if you want more information and or wish to discuss the approach. Glad to share.

 

Bill

 

 

  

 

Learn more about the solutions and value we provide at www.workingknowledge-csp.com

 

 

 

From: main@SIKM.groups.io <main@SIKM.groups.io> On Behalf Of Kim Glover via groups.io
Sent: Friday, October 22, 2021 09:08
To: main@SIKM.groups.io
Subject: [SIKM] Benchmark Request: Has Anyone Supported Business Continuity Teams with their KM Program #collaboration #knowledge-capture

 

Hi all,

Our KM and Social Learning Team an awesome opportunity to support our company's Business Continuity Team with our Facilitated Collaboration services to strengthen and update the possible disaster scenarios, mitigation plans, overall strategy, etc.

I'm curious to know if anyone else has used KM techniques and tools to support business continuity planning and strategy efforts, and if so, if you have any advice, lessons learned or stories to tell?

Thanks in advance,

Kim


Benchmark Request: Has Anyone Supported Business Continuity Teams with their KM Program #collaboration #knowledge-capture

Kim Glover
 

Hi all,

Our KM and Social Learning Team an awesome opportunity to support our company's Business Continuity Team with our Facilitated Collaboration services to strengthen and update the possible disaster scenarios, mitigation plans, overall strategy, etc.

I'm curious to know if anyone else has used KM techniques and tools to support business continuity planning and strategy efforts, and if so, if you have any advice, lessons learned or stories to tell?

Thanks in advance,

Kim


Re: Fishbowl Session Proposal #request #methods

Kim Glover
 

I vote for #3 and could be a Fish in the Bowl for that one. 


Re: Can you share your proven practices for replicating proven practices? #proven-practice

Stephen Bounds
 

Hi Jasper,

It can be worth considering the kind of organisation you have or are seeking to establish. Broadly speaking, organisations seek to optimise:

  • Performance -- output per unit of input
  • Robustness -- ability to continue delivery of an output regardless of external influences, and
  • Resilience -- ability to adapt a system in response to external influences

This is a triangle relationship (like the iron triangle of project management), so you can have at most two of these. Knowing your priorities will help answer why better/proven practices matter to you:

  • If you are seeking performance, then a single optimum practice should be rolled out fast and aggressively (noting, of course, that this will decrease your robustness and resilience)
  • If you are seeking robustness, you are seeking breadth of best practice awareness and training to support quality responses in a wide range of scenarios
  • If you are seeking resilience, then diversity of practice is more important and the focus should be on sharing instead of uptake. Once you enable teams that organically seek out improvements and adaptations to their environment, externally imposing best practice "winners" becomes counterproductive

This can be a useful lens to focus your approach to uptake of better/proven practices; remembering also that the various parts of your organisation may not have the same optimal positioning.

Cheers,
Stephen.

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Executive, Information Management
Cordelta
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M: 0401 829 096
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On 22/10/2021 8:50 pm, Jasper Lavertu wrote:

Hi all,

My last post resulted in a wealth of valuable information, insights and references/resources that I really can use to solve some of my challenges. So, thank you all so much. But, I have another pressing challenge. Hopefully, you can support me again.

In our organization, a lot of effort is put into capturing and sharing best/good/proven practices. However, these efforts don't always pay off. The reuse of those captured and shared practices is still, let's say moderate. There is no common ground (philosophy) on how to capture, share and reuse practices resulting in a lot of documented practices in different formats, on scattered locations, with content of different abstraction levels, etc. We can work to improve that, make it more transparent and user friendly. However, I feel that this is not (or just part of) the solution to get people replicate proven practices.
 
I have seen Stan's post about this, which is of great help (https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/proven-practices-process-stan-garfield/). But I am also searching for other perspectives on this matter.

So, what is your opinion on this? Can you share your proven practices for replicating proven practices?


Can you share your proven practices for replicating proven practices? #proven-practice

Jasper Lavertu
 

Hi all,

My last post resulted in a wealth of valuable information, insights and references/resources that I really can use to solve some of my challenges. So, thank you all so much. But, I have another pressing challenge. Hopefully, you can support me again.

In our organization, a lot of effort is put into capturing and sharing best/good/proven practices. However, these efforts don't always pay off. The reuse of those captured and shared practices is still, let's say moderate. There is no common ground (philosophy) on how to capture, share and reuse practices resulting in a lot of documented practices in different formats, on scattered locations, with content of different abstraction levels, etc. We can work to improve that, make it more transparent and user friendly. However, I feel that this is not (or just part of) the solution to get people replicate proven practices.
 
I have seen Stan's post about this, which is of great help (https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/proven-practices-process-stan-garfield/). But I am also searching for other perspectives on this matter.

So, what is your opinion on this? Can you share your proven practices for replicating proven practices?


Re: How do you measure successful knowledge sharing? #metrics #knowledge-sharing #value

Jasper Lavertu
 

Hi Valdis,
Thank you so much for your support. This is very helpful. 


Re: How do you measure successful knowledge sharing? #metrics #knowledge-sharing #value

Jasper Lavertu
 

Thank you Paul. Your note is very helpful. I appreciate your support.


Re: How do you measure successful knowledge sharing? #metrics #knowledge-sharing #value

Jasper Lavertu
 

This is great Stan, much appreciated!


Re: Benchmark on KM organisational structure #governance

Tami Dubi
 

Thanks very much for your replies. They gave me the direction I needed. 


Re: How do you measure successful knowledge sharing? #metrics #knowledge-sharing #value

 

@Jasper wrote: 

Hi Tom, thanks for your reply. Do you have, by any chance, a good reference to a practical article/case where they describe how to conduct a social network analysis in a multinational organization?

Jasper - looking through the responses after you asked this, I see Stan provided a link to his excellent collection of resources, which should contain some good material to get you going.

And then I see @Valdis chimed in, offering to help you. That’s an offer you may wish to consider. 

Also, check out the upcoming Knowledge Cafe that John Hovell posted about today, where these techniques will be discussed. 




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All of my previous SIKM Posts


Knowledge Cafes #knowledge-cafè

John Hovell
 

Hello SIKM,

 

As always, a big thank you to this community for our connections and conversations, we’ve wrapped up another year of Knowledge Cafes thanks to you! Many of the monthly hosts for the knowledge cafes came from this community. We’d love to ask for your help again – specifically, would you like to share your thoughts/stories/experiences for 15 minutes at the beginning of one of the cafes next year? And, what topics would you love to participate in the conversation? I thought about doing a mentimeter, but maybe just send me an email at johnhovell@... and I’m happy to aggregate from there.

 

For November its Organizational Network Analysis (ONA) with Derek Bostic, here are the details:

How do you map the path of knowledge, information, and decisions in your org? | Meetup

 

Thanks!

John


Re: Fishbowl Session Proposal #request #methods

Diana Russo
 

I would be interested in participating in number 1.

Thank you.

On Thu, Oct 21, 2021 at 12:21 PM Dan Ranta <danieleranta@...> wrote:
Here's a short update on our pre-Fishbowl process.  First thanks for all the interest.  We are going to make tomorrow the cut-off for voting and volunteers / participants.  In actuality, the latter is a better method for determining which topic we cover.  We have also received suggestions to sessions on all three topics over time.  Definitely a possibility.  

Up the Minute RESULTS:  1) 6 Volunteers; 2) 1 Volunteer; 3) 5 Volunteers.  It's a two-horse race at this time..."and down the stretch they come!"  
Again - please volunteer (vote) by tomorrow.  Thanks, Dan 

******************************************************
ORIGINAL MESSAGE

Dear All - I would like to facilitate a 60-minute Fishbowl Session prior to the end of this calendar year.  This will be with two main objectives:  1) to share the fishbowl facilitation technique; and 2) to take one of the recent engaging SIKM discussions and delve further into it.  Many of you have probably facilitated or participated in (as "fish" or observers) a fishbowl session.  In the last few months, I have had the pleasure in my capacity as a consultant for the IOM (International Organization for Migration - a branch of the U.N.) to facilitate several fishbowl sessions.  They tend to be a nice way to conduct a tacit knowledge exchange, while deepening insights in the flow of the session.  

To make this happen, I need help from you.  I need two things:  1) your ideas / votes on what recent discussion to focus on; and 2) ~Four volunteer "fish" to enter the fishbowl.  The candidate discussions to explore further are below (we will select one of these only).  You can share your ideas with me via the SIKM discussion or via my email - danieleranta@....

Candidate Discussions:


If interested in volunteering to be a "fish" in the session - please let me know also.  For example:  "if it's KM Platforms, I would like to volunteer."  Apologies in advance, the session can only accommodate 3 to 5 "fish." 

Thanks, Dan

*************************************************
  • Fishbowl conversations are a form of dialog that was born in what is known as unconferences, also known as participant-driven meetings that try to avoid standard conference formats such as presentations followed by Q&A sessions.  A fishbowl conversation is used when discussing topics within large groups as several people can join the discussion and this allows everyone to participate in the chat.  They can be done face-to-face or virtually.
  • An advantage of a fishbowl conversation is that it shortens distances between the speakers and the audience and is useful for larger groups.  The focus is all on the conversation that emerges as the participants are the custodians and curators of the conversation.  The initial questions for a compelling discussion need to be accurately prepared as well as the conversation starters, which must be carefully picked- participants must know how to listen before speaking.  
  • The success of the fishbowl is dependent on the moderator who ensures that individuals, either those beginning in the fishbowl or joining the discussion at a later time, do not dominate the talk or take it off track.  Fishbowls are not meant to reach consensus but instead generate an intimate and spontaneous conversation used for building dialogue between participants.  Also, the open-ended questions are meant to explore what was not known before.
END



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Daniel Ranta
Mobile:  603 384 3308


Re: Fishbowl Session Proposal #request #methods

 

Hey Dan - happy to jump in on either 1 or 3 (in that order). 

Thanks. 
Tom
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~Tom

Tom Short Consulting
 
+1 415.300.7457 

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-Tom
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Tom Short Consulting
TSC
+1 415 300 7457

All of my previous SIKM Posts


Fishbowl Session Proposal #request #methods

Dan Ranta
 

Here's a short update on our pre-Fishbowl process.  First thanks for all the interest.  We are going to make tomorrow the cut-off for voting and volunteers / participants.  In actuality, the latter is a better method for determining which topic we cover.  We have also received suggestions to sessions on all three topics over time.  Definitely a possibility.  

Up the Minute RESULTS:  1) 6 Volunteers; 2) 1 Volunteer; 3) 5 Volunteers.  It's a two-horse race at this time..."and down the stretch they come!"  
Again - please volunteer (vote) by tomorrow.  Thanks, Dan 

******************************************************
ORIGINAL MESSAGE

Dear All - I would like to facilitate a 60-minute Fishbowl Session prior to the end of this calendar year.  This will be with two main objectives:  1) to share the fishbowl facilitation technique; and 2) to take one of the recent engaging SIKM discussions and delve further into it.  Many of you have probably facilitated or participated in (as "fish" or observers) a fishbowl session.  In the last few months, I have had the pleasure in my capacity as a consultant for the IOM (International Organization for Migration - a branch of the U.N.) to facilitate several fishbowl sessions.  They tend to be a nice way to conduct a tacit knowledge exchange, while deepening insights in the flow of the session.  

To make this happen, I need help from you.  I need two things:  1) your ideas / votes on what recent discussion to focus on; and 2) ~Four volunteer "fish" to enter the fishbowl.  The candidate discussions to explore further are below (we will select one of these only).  You can share your ideas with me via the SIKM discussion or via my email - danieleranta@....

Candidate Discussions:


If interested in volunteering to be a "fish" in the session - please let me know also.  For example:  "if it's KM Platforms, I would like to volunteer."  Apologies in advance, the session can only accommodate 3 to 5 "fish." 

Thanks, Dan

*************************************************
  • Fishbowl conversations are a form of dialog that was born in what is known as unconferences, also known as participant-driven meetings that try to avoid standard conference formats such as presentations followed by Q&A sessions.  A fishbowl conversation is used when discussing topics within large groups as several people can join the discussion and this allows everyone to participate in the chat.  They can be done face-to-face or virtually.
  • An advantage of a fishbowl conversation is that it shortens distances between the speakers and the audience and is useful for larger groups.  The focus is all on the conversation that emerges as the participants are the custodians and curators of the conversation.  The initial questions for a compelling discussion need to be accurately prepared as well as the conversation starters, which must be carefully picked- participants must know how to listen before speaking.  
  • The success of the fishbowl is dependent on the moderator who ensures that individuals, either those beginning in the fishbowl or joining the discussion at a later time, do not dominate the talk or take it off track.  Fishbowls are not meant to reach consensus but instead generate an intimate and spontaneous conversation used for building dialogue between participants.  Also, the open-ended questions are meant to explore what was not known before.
END



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Daniel Ranta
Mobile:  603 384 3308


Re: October 2021 SIKM Call: Tim Powell - The Value of Knowledge #value #monthly-call

Tim Powell
 

Thanks for your kind words, Mohammed.  Glad to hear you benefitted from the program!

 

tp

 

TIM WOOD POWELL | President, The Knowledge Agency® | Author, The Value of Knowledge |

New York City, USA  |  TEL +1.212.243.1200 | 

SITE KnowledgeAgency.com | BLOG TimWoodPowell.com |

 

 

From: <main@SIKM.groups.io> on behalf of Mohammad Hasanzadeh <hzadehm@...>
Reply-To: "main@SIKM.groups.io" <main@SIKM.groups.io>
Date: Wednesday, October 20, 2021 at 12:11 AM
To: "main@SIKM.groups.io" <main@SIKM.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [SIKM] October 2021 SIKM Call: Tim Powell - The Value of Knowledge #value #monthly-call

 

Dear Tim and Stan 

Thank you for a very insightful call yesterday. 

I unfortunately, because of the time difference and my mistake on arranging my time based on our autumn time that 1 hour behind the summer time, missed the live stream. However, I listened to the recorded file.

Tim presented a valuable content on an extremely important topic, Value Creation. His emphasize on ROI, and especially a comprehensive approach to tangible and intangible dimensions of knowledge value was interesting.

With best wishes

Mohammad


On Tuesday, October 19, 2021, Stan Garfield <stangarfield@...> wrote:

Today we held our 194th monthly call. Thanks to Tim for presenting, to those who asked questions, and to all those who attended. Please continue the discussion here by replying to this thread. Here are the details of the call.

·      October 19, 2021 SIKM Call: Tim Powell - The Value of Knowledge: A quick flyover, and introducing Knowledge Resources Management (KRM)

·      Slides

·      Recording

Books mentioned in the chat

·      Mission Economy: A Moonshot Guide to Changing Capitalism

·      The Value of Knowledge: The Economics of Enterprise Knowledge and Intelligence

·      The Knowledge Value Chain® Handbook

·      The Knowledge Manager's Handbook: A Step-by-Step Guide to Embedding Effective Knowledge Management in your Organization

·      The Secret Lives of Customers: A Detective Story About Solving the Mystery of Customer Behavior

Group Chat

[10/19/2021 11:20:29 AM] Stan Garfield: https://www.amazon.com/Mission-Economy-Moonshot-Changing-Capitalism/dp/0063046237/

[10/19/2021 11:35:58 AM] Sharon Wilson: Agree - may not be worth measuring

[10/19/2021 11:39:19 AM] Stan Garfield: https://www.degruyter.com/document/doi/10.1515/9783110593044/html

[10/19/2021 11:39:19 AM] Stan Garfield: https://www.amazon.com/Knowledge-Value-Chain%C2%AE-Handbook/dp/0979841429

[10/19/2021 11:39:19 AM] Stan Garfield: https://www.amazon.com/Value-Knowledge-Services/dp/3110590220

[10/19/2021 11:39:19 AM] Stan Garfield: The Knowledge Manager's Handbook https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07YDT99ZC/

[10/19/2021 11:46:39 AM] John Hovell: If I can ask a question, I'd love Tim's thoughts on a recent quote from Arthur Shelley "“There’s tremendous need but insufficient demand” (for km, for org learning, for many aspects of our practice).. thanks!

[10/19/2021 11:57:24 AM] John Hovell: thanks! 😊

[10/19/2021 11:57:44 AM] Sharon Wilson: Shameless plug for colleague's new book about jobs to be done: https://www.amazon.com/Secret-Lives-Customers-Detective-Customer/dp/1541774493

[10/19/2021 11:57:55 AM] Retha Prinsloo: Thanks Tim, any recommendations for small companies, e.g., less than 50 employees, where every resource is necessary and working?

[10/19/2021 11:57:55 AM] Retha Prinsloo: Meaning how to measure KM ROI?

[10/19/2021 12:00:13 PM] Kendra Albright: Thank you, Tim - thank you for sharing your expertise in this important area!

[10/19/2021 12:00:52 PM] Retha Prinsloo: Ta, it makes sense. And yes the 'pain points' question always opens the tin of worms.  :)



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With best wishes

====================

Mohammad Hassanzadeh (Ph.D.)

Professor, Knowledge and Information Science (Knowledge Management)

Vice-Chancellor for Research and Technology Affairs, Faculty of Management and Economics, TMU

Editor-in-chief, Journal of Information Management. stim.qom.ac.ir

Editor-in-chief, International Journal of Digital Content Management (IJDCM). dcm.atu.ac.ir

Managing editor, International Journal of Knowledge Processing Studies (IJKPS) kps.artahub.ir 

Managing editor, International Journal of Learning Spaces Studies (IJLLS) lss.artahub.ir 

Head and Faculty member, Knowledge and Information science Dept.

Faculty of Management and Economics

Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran

Knowledge Management Senior Consultant

 


Re: Fishbowl Session Proposal #request #methods

Ginetta Gueli
 

Hello Dan,
I really like the idea and my answer is this "if it's How KM can help combine or leverage subject matter knowledge from several different domains to address one problem I would like to volunteer."

Keep in mind that I am based in Italy and I prefer doing this by max 7pm CET - late my night would be a bit challanging, but I am open to evaluate.

Thank you and all the best,
Ginetta
 
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Information & Knowledge Manager | Project Manager


Re: Fishbowl Session Proposal #request #methods

Retha Prinsloo
 

Hi Dan, I'll be a fish for topic no. 2 - KM platforms 😊


Re: October 2021 SIKM Call: Tim Powell - The Value of Knowledge #value #monthly-call

Mohammad Hasanzadeh
 

Dear Tim and Stan 
Thank you for a very insightful call yesterday. 
I unfortunately, because of the time difference and my mistake on arranging my time based on our autumn time that 1 hour behind the summer time, missed the live stream. However, I listened to the recorded file.
Tim presented a valuable content on an extremely important topic, Value Creation. His emphasize on ROI, and especially a comprehensive approach to tangible and intangible dimensions of knowledge value was interesting.
With best wishes
Mohammad

On Tuesday, October 19, 2021, Stan Garfield <stangarfield@...> wrote:
Today we held our 194th monthly call. Thanks to Tim for presenting, to those who asked questions, and to all those who attended. Please continue the discussion here by replying to this thread. Here are the details of the call.
  • October 19, 2021 SIKM Call: Tim Powell - The Value of Knowledge: A quick flyover, and introducing Knowledge Resources Management (KRM)
  • Slides
  • Recording
Books mentioned in the chat
Group Chat

[10/19/2021 11:20:29 AM] Stan Garfield: https://www.amazon.com/Mission-Economy-Moonshot-Changing-Capitalism/dp/0063046237/

[10/19/2021 11:35:58 AM] Sharon Wilson: Agree - may not be worth measuring

[10/19/2021 11:39:19 AM] Stan Garfield: https://www.degruyter.com/document/doi/10.1515/9783110593044/html

[10/19/2021 11:39:19 AM] Stan Garfield: https://www.amazon.com/Knowledge-Value-Chain%C2%AE-Handbook/dp/0979841429

[10/19/2021 11:39:19 AM] Stan Garfield: https://www.amazon.com/Value-Knowledge-Services/dp/3110590220

[10/19/2021 11:39:19 AM] Stan Garfield: The Knowledge Manager's Handbook https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07YDT99ZC/

[10/19/2021 11:46:39 AM] John Hovell: If I can ask a question, I'd love Tim's thoughts on a recent quote from Arthur Shelley "“There’s tremendous need but insufficient demand” (for km, for org learning, for many aspects of our practice).. thanks!

[10/19/2021 11:57:24 AM] John Hovell: thanks! 😊

[10/19/2021 11:57:44 AM] Sharon Wilson: Shameless plug for colleague's new book about jobs to be done: https://www.amazon.com/Secret-Lives-Customers-Detective-Customer/dp/1541774493

[10/19/2021 11:57:55 AM] Retha Prinsloo: Thanks Tim, any recommendations for small companies, e.g., less than 50 employees, where every resource is necessary and working?

[10/19/2021 11:57:55 AM] Retha Prinsloo: Meaning how to measure KM ROI?

[10/19/2021 12:00:13 PM] Kendra Albright: Thank you, Tim - thank you for sharing your expertise in this important area!

[10/19/2021 12:00:52 PM] Retha Prinsloo: Ta, it makes sense. And yes the 'pain points' question always opens the tin of worms.  :)



--
With best wishes
====================
Mohammad Hassanzadeh (Ph.D.)
Professor, Knowledge and Information Science (Knowledge Management)
Vice-Chancellor for Research and Technology Affairs, Faculty of Management and Economics, TMU
Editor-in-chief, Journal of Information Management. stim.qom.ac.ir
Editor-in-chief, International Journal of Digital Content Management (IJDCM). dcm.atu.ac.ir
Managing editor, International Journal of Knowledge Processing Studies (IJKPS) kps.artahub.ir 
Managing editor, International Journal of Learning Spaces Studies (IJLLS) lss.artahub.ir 
Head and Faculty member, Knowledge and Information science Dept.
Faculty of Management and Economics
Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran
Knowledge Management Senior Consultant


Re: Fishbowl Session Proposal #request #methods

Arthur Shelley
 

Hi Stan and all,

 

I would love to participate (and sometimes do in SIKM Leader sessions), but 1 AM is a challenge to sell to other sleeping members of the household. I just wanted to reply to support that this is a great forum and this is another great idea for knowledge sharing - and knowledge cocreation.

 

May the force (of my ZZZZ’s) be with you,
as I dream of being part of your session.

I wonder if geographically and timezone-distanced, subconscious telepathic virtual social interactions are the next stage of our knowledge evolution? 😊

Enjoy your session…

 

Arthur Shelley

Principal: www.IntelligentAnswers.com.au 

Founder: Organizational Zoo Ambassadors Network

Mb. +61 413 047 408  Twitter: @Metaphorage

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/arthurshelley/

Author: KNOWledge SUCCESSion  Sustained performance and capability growth through knowledge projects

Earlier Books: The Organizational Zoo (2007) & Being a Successful Knowledge Leader (2009)

 

From: main@SIKM.groups.io <main@SIKM.groups.io> On Behalf Of Stan Garfield
Sent: Wednesday, 20 October 2021 1:47 AM
To: main@SIKM.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SIKM] Fishbowl Session Proposal #request #methods

 

I want to thank Dan for offering to host this session and Rachad for volunteering to participate.  I would appreciate it very much if additional community members respond to Dan with an offer to join him in this event.

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