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Re: Looking for Fellow Junior KM Consultants #local

Arthur Shelley
 

Hello Ivan,

 

Welcome to KM. This is an exciting area to be in right now, especially with the imminent release of the new ISO 30401 KM standard.

 

Here is Australia we are facilitating our conference with the theme Creating Knowledge for the new Generation, so we can connect with people like yourself as we pass on what is already known to cocreate new knowledge for our quickly changing world.

 

You may also be interested to connect with the conversations about the International Knowledge Professional Society on LinkedIn.

We look forward to your insights and sharing ours.

https://www.linkedin.com/groups/10390250

Regards

Arthur Shelley

Producer: Creative Melbourne

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

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

Principal: www.IntelligentAnswers.com.au 

Founder: Organizational Zoo Ambassadors Network

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From: sikmleaders@...
Sent: Tuesday, 4 September 2018 11:20 PM
To: sikmleaders@...
Subject: [sikmleaders] Looking for Fellow Junior KM Consultants

 

 

Fellow KM Colleagues,

 

My name is Ivan Butina and I'm a 34 years old KM consultant working mostly on communities of practice, collaboration, and event design and facilitation. However, I'm interested and have been expanding into other areas of KM. So far, I've been consulting with the World Bank Group. 

 

Recently a colleague asked me if I know of any junior KM consultants. This made me realize that I don't know anyone with that profile outside the World Bank Group. So, to be able to answer questions like the one I was asked and to benefit from a community of peers, I'm looking for other KM consultants, more on the junior side, with whom to connect.

 

If you know of anyone that corresponds to this profile or if you are one, please, do let me  know.

 

Many thanks,

Ivan

 

 


Re: Looking for Fellow Junior KM Consultants #local

Sandra Lopez
 

Hi Ivan, I have been working as coordinator of the knowledge management for a Colombian University, and I have done some consultancy in auditing of knowledge management. Actually, I am looking forward to consolidate my consulting field because I don’t like to continue working for the current organization in which I work. however I prefer to speak Spanish if is of interest,
Regards


Sandra López
 

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Asunto: Re: [sikmleaders] Looking for Fellow Junior KM Consultants
 
 

Hi Ivan,

I consider myself a junior to mid-level consultant. Feel free to reach out via LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/cherylfries/) or website (http://www.peakpractice.co/). I mostly provide support to USAID programs and development organizations. 

I'm based in the DC area and would be happy to connect..

best,

--
Cheryl Fries
Education Performance Improvement, Communications, and Knowledge (EPIC) Consultant
Owner, Peak Practice Consulting
phone: 410.733.5171
skype: cheryl.e.fries
email: cheryl.e.fries@...
website: http://www.peakpractice.co



On Tue, Sep 4, 2018 at 3:55 PM 'Guillermo A. Galdamez' ggaldamez@... [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> wrote:
 

Hi Ivan,

I would consider myself a junior KM consultant, and I would be happy to connect. Are you in DC?  If so, it would make meeting up easier.
Feel free to send me an email at ggaldamez@... or add me on linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/guillermogaldamez

Best regards,

Guillermo

On Tue, Sep 4, 2018 at 1:17 PM Ivan Butina ivan.butina@gmail..com [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> wrote:
 

Fellow KM Colleagues,

My name is Ivan Butina and I'm a 34 years old KM consultant working mostly on communities of practice, collaboration, and event design and facilitation. However, I'm interested and have been expanding into other areas of KM. So far, I've been consulting with the World Bank Group. 

Recently a colleague asked me if I know of any junior KM consultants. This made me realize that I don't know anyone with that profile outside the World Bank Group. So, to be able to answer questions like the one I was asked and to benefit from a community of peers, I'm looking for other KM consultants, more on the junior side, with whom to connect.

If you know of anyone that corresponds to this profile or if you are one, please, do let me  know.

Many thanks,
Ivan



Re: Looking for Fellow Junior KM Consultants #local

Cheryl Fries
 

Hi Ivan,

I consider myself a junior to mid-level consultant. Feel free to reach out via LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/cherylfries/) or website (http://www.peakpractice.co/). I mostly provide support to USAID programs and development organizations. 

I'm based in the DC area and would be happy to connect.

best,

--
Cheryl Fries
Education Performance Improvement, Communications, and Knowledge (EPIC) Consultant
Owner, Peak Practice Consulting
phone: 410.733.5171
skype: cheryl.e.fries
email: cheryl.e.fries@...
website: http://www.peakpractice.co



On Tue, Sep 4, 2018 at 3:55 PM 'Guillermo A. Galdamez' ggaldamez@... [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> wrote:
 

Hi Ivan,

I would consider myself a junior KM consultant, and I would be happy to connect. Are you in DC?  If so, it would make meeting up easier.
Feel free to send me an email at ggaldamez@... or add me on linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/guillermogaldamez

Best regards,

Guillermo

On Tue, Sep 4, 2018 at 1:17 PM Ivan Butina ivan.butina@gmail..com [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> wrote:
 

Fellow KM Colleagues,

My name is Ivan Butina and I'm a 34 years old KM consultant working mostly on communities of practice, collaboration, and event design and facilitation. However, I'm interested and have been expanding into other areas of KM. So far, I've been consulting with the World Bank Group. 

Recently a colleague asked me if I know of any junior KM consultants. This made me realize that I don't know anyone with that profile outside the World Bank Group. So, to be able to answer questions like the one I was asked and to benefit from a community of peers, I'm looking for other KM consultants, more on the junior side, with whom to connect.

If you know of anyone that corresponds to this profile or if you are one, please, do let me  know.

Many thanks,
Ivan



Re: Looking for Fellow Junior KM Consultants #local

Guillermo A. Galdamez
 

Hi Ivan,

I would consider myself a junior KM consultant, and I would be happy to connect. Are you in DC?  If so, it would make meeting up easier.
Feel free to send me an email at ggaldamez@... or add me on linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/guillermogaldamez

Best regards,

Guillermo


On Tue, Sep 4, 2018 at 1:17 PM Ivan Butina ivan.butina@... [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> wrote:
 

Fellow KM Colleagues,

My name is Ivan Butina and I'm a 34 years old KM consultant working mostly on communities of practice, collaboration, and event design and facilitation. However, I'm interested and have been expanding into other areas of KM. So far, I've been consulting with the World Bank Group. 

Recently a colleague asked me if I know of any junior KM consultants. This made me realize that I don't know anyone with that profile outside the World Bank Group. So, to be able to answer questions like the one I was asked and to benefit from a community of peers, I'm looking for other KM consultants, more on the junior side, with whom to connect.

If you know of anyone that corresponds to this profile or if you are one, please, do let me  know.

Many thanks,
Ivan



Re: Knowledge Management and the Learning Organization #learning

Chet Robinson
 

I appreciate all of the models, frameworks and articles being shared about this topic. I was thinking specifically of Organizational Learning with respect to the ways in which enterprises source, curate and distribute new knowledge to the appropriate employees. I see a lot of helpful inputs here and will be mining them in coming days, much appreciated. 


Looking for Fellow Junior KM Consultants #local

Ivan Butina
 

Fellow KM Colleagues,

My name is Ivan Butina and I'm a 34 years old KM consultant working mostly on communities of practice, collaboration, and event design and facilitation. However, I'm interested and have been expanding into other areas of KM. So far, I've been consulting with the World Bank Group. 

Recently a colleague asked me if I know of any junior KM consultants. This made me realize that I don't know anyone with that profile outside the World Bank Group. So, to be able to answer questions like the one I was asked and to benefit from a community of peers, I'm looking for other KM consultants, more on the junior side, with whom to connect.

If you know of anyone that corresponds to this profile or if you are one, please, do let me  know.

Many thanks,
Ivan



Re: Knowledge Management and the Learning Organization #learning

Derek Bostic
 

Thank you for sharing - I'll be sure to check this resource out. 


Re: Knowledge Management and the Learning Organization #learning

Murray Jennex
 

I agree with you on the link between KM and HR.  My journal, the International Journal of Knowledge Management, has a special issues (Volume 14, Issue 4) due out soon that is focused on personnel issues.  Additionally, you may find my attached article on how to assess knowledge loss risk in departing employees interesting....murray jennex, Professor, Fowler College of Business, San Diego State University, editor in chief International Journal of Knowledge Management


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From: derekbostic@... [sikmleaders]
To: sikmleaders
Sent: Fri, Aug 31, 2018 6:32 am
Subject: [sikmleaders] Re: Knowledge Management and the Learning Organization



I am also new to the field but I am housed within HR and Talent Development.  While we are still building our framework and testing our approaches, my immediate questions would tie to employee development planning and succession planning.  From my perspective, there is quite a bit of overlap and integration with KM - Learning & Development - Workforce Planning. I have had success working our our HR Business Partners and asking where their current challenges are and how could KM be part of that solution.  I'm excited to hear updates about your journey and endeavors!


Re: Knowledge Management and the Learning Organization #learning

Murray Jennex
 
Edited

I agree with you on the link between KM and HR.  My journal, the International Journal of Knowledge Management, has a special issue (Volume 14, Issue 4) due out soon that is focused on personnel issues.  Additionally, you may find my attached article on how to assess knowledge loss risk in departing employees interesting....murray jennex, Professor, Fowler College of Business, San Diego State University, editor in chief International Journal of Knowledge Management
Jennex_Vine_2014.pdf


-----Original Message-----
From: derekbostic@... [sikmleaders]
To: sikmleaders
Sent: Fri, Aug 31, 2018 6:32 am
Subject: [sikmleaders] Re: Knowledge Management and the Learning Organization



I am also new to the field but I am housed within HR and Talent Development.  While we are still building our framework and testing our approaches, my immediate questions would tie to employee development planning and succession planning.  From my perspective, there is quite a bit of overlap and integration with KM - Learning & Development - Workforce Planning. I have had success working our our HR Business Partners and asking where their current challenges are and how could KM be part of that solution.  I'm excited to hear updates about your journey and endeavors!

 


Re: Knowledge Management and the Learning Organization #learning

Derek Bostic
 

Here is a nice example of a framework as a reference.  



Re: SF KM Cafe September 2018 #SF-Bay-Area

tman9999@...
 

I’ll be there! Thank you for organizing this, Linda.

Tom

Tom Short Consulting


Re: Knowledge Management and the Learning Organization #learning

tman9999@...
 

I like David Garvin’s framework for Learning in Action, from the article Building a Learning Organization in HBR. https://hbr.org/1993/07/building-a-learning-organization. He describes Learning Before Doing, Learning While Doing and Learning After Doing (there is an excellent set of videos on each of these - they were expensive when they came out, but may be available in university libraries). The US Army’s After Action Learning approach is featured in the Learning After Doing video - excellent material.

While I was at IBM as a KM strategy consultant I used this framework on a KM consulting project at a major telco to help them structure an approach to skilling up contract software developers for their billing systems area. Working with this client we identified seven distinct initiatives that were parts of the solution. Initially the client had a couple ideas about a few of them, but by using this framework we were able to both identify more, filling out the program, as well as use the framework to present what otherwise would have been a complex suite of activities. This helped us communicate it internally much more effectively, and also helped us look for and identify synergy points amongst the various initiatives. We also used the framework as the basis for developing metrics and scorecard-based tracking and reporting, a key part of the deliverables for this assignment.

Good luck with your work!
Best,

Tom

Tom Short Consulting


Re: Knowledge Management and the Learning Organization #learning

Derek Bostic
 

I am also new to the field but I am housed within HR and Talent Development.  While we are still building our framework and testing our approaches, my immediate questions would tie to employee development planning and succession planning.  From my perspective, there is quite a bit of overlap and integration with KM - Learning & Development - Workforce Planning. I have had success working our our HR Business Partners and asking where their current challenges are and how could KM be part of that solution.  I'm excited to hear updates about your journey and endeavors!


Re: SF KM Cafe September 2018 #SF-Bay-Area

Paul McDowall
 

There are many excellent sources of information and explanation on the Learning Organization including the Fifth Discipline and the various fieldbooks, of course, but here's the short video interview of Peter Senge.

 
Paul McDowall
Know How Works
Ottawa, Canada
Tel: 613-825-7374
Cell: 613-796-7257
Web: www.knowhowworks.com


Re: Knowledge Management and the Learning Organization #learning

Murray Jennex
 
Edited

We are starting to conflate terms.  I believe the original  question was about a learning organization and KM and now we are adding in organizational learning.  All three terms go together but in an interesting way.  I've attached two documents, one is a review of the Knowledge, Innovation, and Entrepreneurial Systems Track at HICSS (Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences).  This document includes the basis model for how I guided the track (see figure 2 in the doc).  In this model Organizational Learning, Organizational Memory, and Knowledge Management are all related with KM being what users do, OM being how the IS group supports KM, and OL being what organizations do when they use the knowledge in the KM/OM system.  A learning organization is an organization that is capable of learning, this means the organization can take in new data/information/knowledge and use it to do new and different things.  It is different from organizational learning.  OL is the process the organization uses in utilizing new knowledge while a learning organization is an organizational culture that is capable of learning from new knowledge.  The second attachment is an article I did several years ago that looked at various KM success models and summarized a set of critical success factors needed for KM to succeed (see Table 1).  One of the CSFs for KM is having a learning organization.  So to summarize: I consider a learning organization as something that must be present for KM to succeed while I consider OL to be the process used by organizations to put knowledge to work.....murray jennex
Jennex_Olfman_KM_Success_Models.pdf
Jennex_Dittes_Smolnik_Croasdell_King_HSS-17-061_forthcoming.pdf


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From: Albert Simard albert.simard@... [sikmleaders]
To: sikmleaders <sikmleaders@...>
Sent: Thu, Aug 30, 2018 7:54 am
Subject: [sikmleaders] Re: Knowledge Management and the Learning Organization



 
Double-loop organizational learning is both an individual and social and social process.  You may find the attached interesting. 
 
 
Al Simard
 
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Re: SF KM Cafe September 2018 #SF-Bay-Area

Cayly Dixon
 

Hi Everyone 
I’m in Phoenix so I’ll look forward to hearing how this meet up goes. 

Wanted to mention that a few of us, coming out of the Midwest KM Symposium, we’re discussing putting together a Southwest event. 

Could you add this to your agenda to gauge interest? Where and when would be determined by an organizing committee.

Thanks,
Cayly


On Thu, Aug 30, 2018 at 2:42 PM, lnellett@... [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> wrote:
 

Thank you all who have already expressed interest in a SF Bay Area KM group! 


While we're still working on planning a group meeting for early October, there's a more immediate opportunity to hold a knowledge cafe in San Francisco the afternoon of next Friday, Sept. 7 with John Hovell while he is in town. Rosanna Stephens has kindly offered meeting space at the Adobe offices at 601 Townsend. Suggested meeting time is 2 to 4 PM.


If you can attend, please respond to this thread by tomorrow or contact me directly at lnellett@... so we know how many people to expect. We'd like at least two more people to join us to for an informal conversation about successes, ideas, or challenges in KM, without any sales pitches. 


Linda Nellett

LinkedIn | Twitter





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Cayly Dixon, CPLP, MS
480-310-1382


SF KM Cafe September 2018 #SF-Bay-Area

Linda Nellett
 

Thank you all who have already expressed interest in a SF Bay Area KM group! 


While we're still working on planning a group meeting for early October, there's a more immediate opportunity to hold a knowledge cafe in San Francisco the afternoon of next Friday, Sept. 7 with John Hovell while he is in town. Rosanna Stephens has kindly offered meeting space at the Adobe offices at 601 Townsend. Suggested meeting time is 2 to 4 PM.


If you can attend, please respond to this thread by tomorrow or contact me directly at lnellett@... so we know how many people to expect. We'd like at least two more people to join us to for an informal conversation about successes, ideas, or challenges in KM, without any sales pitches. 


Linda Nellett

LinkedIn | Twitter



Re: Knowledge Management and the Learning Organization #learning

Albert Simard
 

 

Double-loop organizational learning is both an individual and social and social process.  You may find the attached interesting. 

 

https://image.slidesharecdn.com/organizationallearning14-141029124928-conversion-gate01/95/organizational-learning-1-638.jpg?cb=1414587416

 

Al Simard

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


Re: Knowledge Management and the Learning Organization #learning

Paul McDowall
 

Hi,
Here's a link (https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/a7bc43_efdbd6e469f54c98ac1d5f41d668457f.pdf) to an excerpt of the case study of my program in a central agency of government.  The full case study was included in the ArkGroup publication entitled 'Gaining Buy-in For KM' (https://www.ark-group.com/product/gaining-buy-km#.W4fwdehKiM9).   APQC has long recognized the symbiotic relationship between KM and OL and it's been central to all of my KM engagements.  
Best
Paul

Paul McDowall
Know How Works
Ottawa, Canada
Web: www.knowhowworks.com


Digital and physical conservation videos #video

Matt Moore <innotecture@...>
 

Hi,

This one is a bit different - I’m sharing it because it is different. BTW the dynamic of the panel discussion was one of the best I have ever run.

University of Technology Sydney held an event on digital and physical conservation techniques.


Asti Sherring - Time-Based Conservation @ Art Gallery of New South Wales: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TckG93zMzJY

Sarah-Jane Rennie - Collection Conservation @ Sydney Living Museums: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-BBh6QAi4M

Joanna Fleming - Born Digital @ State Library of New South Wales: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2hlDEMOwQo

Preservation Panel Discussion: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j48_lXO-P34


Regards,

Matt Moore
+61 423 784 504

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