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Re: Call for presenters on our monthly calls #call-for #monthly-call

Arthur Shelley
 

Hi Stan,

 

I could do a session on Becoming Adaptable (my just released book) and how this is relevant to building a collaborative culture for knowledge sharing if you like (sharing applicable approaches not selling!).

Please let me know if you want me to facilitate this.

 

It’s been a while since I have bene facilitating at 3 AM and I am starting to miss it 😊

Hope everyone had a good Thanksgiving with family and friends.

 

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: Thursday, 25 November 2021 10:42 PM
To: main@SIKM.groups.io
Subject: [SIKM] We have an opening for a presenter on the monthly call on March 15, 2022 #monthly-call #call-for

 

If you would like to present, lead a panel discussion, conduct a fishbowl session, facilitate a peer assist, or try something new, there is an opening on March 15, 2022.  To grab this slot, or to be added to the schedule for later in 2022, send an email to stangarfield@... with the title of your session.  For examples of calls and sessions, check out these links.


Re: Call for presenters on our monthly calls #call-for #monthly-call

Rory Huston
 

On Thu, Nov 25, 2021 at 06:41 AM, Stan Garfield wrote:
stangarfield@...
I'm interested... have just dropped you a note.


Call for presenters on our monthly calls #call-for #monthly-call

Stan Garfield
 
Edited

The SIKM Leaders Community holds calls, usually on the third Tuesday of each month at 11 am US Eastern Time, and you can be added to the schedule. If you would like to present, lead a panel discussion, conduct a fishbowl session, facilitate a peer assist, or try something new in 2022, send an email to stangarfield@... with the title of your session.  For examples of calls and sessions, check out these links.


Webinar - Hidden Seams: Auditing Knowledge, Information & Communication - 25 Nov #webinar #audit #video

Matt Moore
 

Video: https://youtu.be/ntFHRYy22Yw

The disciplines of knowledge management, information management and
corporate communications have all developed tools to assess
organisations, often known as “audits”. While these techniques have
developed separately, and have had different histories and drivers,
they often overlap in the behaviors they target and techniques they
use. This session investigates:
- How the the traditions of communication, information and knowledge
audits developed
- Similarities and differences between them
- What practitioners from these different disciples can learn from each other

Patrick Lambe is a globally recognised knowledge management
practitioner who was originally trained in Information and Library
Science. He arrived in KM via a second career in training and
development, and has been based in Singapore for three decades.
Patrick is the author of Organising Knowledge: Taxonomies, Knowledge
and Organisation Effectiveness (Oxford: Chandos 2007), and co-author
with Nick Milton of The Knowledge Manager's Handbook 2nd ed. (London:
Kogan Page 2019), which won CILIP UK's Knowledge and Information
Management Award 2019 - Information Resources Print Category. Patrick
is currently working on a major book on Knowledge Auditing and
Knowledge Mapping.

Stephen Bounds is an Information and Knowledge Management Specialist
with a wide range of experience across the government and private
sectors. He is Executive, Information Management at Cordelta, a
professional services firm based in Canberra, Australia. With over 20
years of experience in delivering Information Management, Knowledge
Management and Information Technology solutions, Stephen has a
sophisticated understanding of technology tools and platforms,
including how to avoid common pitfalls and maximise organisational
benefits. He is an active participant on global KM community lists,
and a passionate advocate for evidence-based and reason-based
practice.

Gaynor Deal has over forty years’ experience in Business
Administration in the private and public sectors. As a founding
partner of IRIS Consulting Group Pty Ltd in 2003, Gaynor has conducted
audits and reviews of information and records management in public and
private sector organisations, developed strategic and operational
plans, policies, and procedures, developed, and implemented
activity-based classification schemes (thesauri) and retention and
disposal schedules.

Dr Marilyn Mitchell is Discipline Leader for Communication at Bond
University where she lectures in Organisational Communication and Mass
Media. Prior to entering academia, she worked for IBM USA as an
information developer, systems engineer in marketing, and headquarters
staff member. She studied communication auditing in the US and now
teaches it to postgraduate students.


IO’s with expertise locator? #expertise-location

Ninez Piezas-Jerbi
 

Good morning!

Hope your day has started well!

I was so inspired by Stan’s latest LinkedIn post on “Asking a question” and yesterday’s monthly call. Thanks for the inspiration from the contributing experts!

A next step in my organization’s KM Journey is to see how other IO’s managed to succeed in setting up specific K assets/tools. And one tool in our wish list is an expertise locator or a skills database which we are building next year.
I would be so grateful for any information of an intergovernmental organization or agency that has succeeded in creating one. We’d like to invite them to show us how they did it so our counterparts can be inspired to do the same?

Many thanks and wishing our US KM’ers a Happy and safe Thanksgiving!

Best,
Ninez
#KMforChange@WTO


Re: November 2021 SIKM Call: Cayly Dixon - Expert Knowledge Transfer #monthly-call #knowledge-transfer

Stan Garfield
 
Edited

Today we held our 195th monthly call. Thanks to Cayly for presenting and hosting the discussion; to Kate, Madelyn and John for being on the panel; to those who posted in the chat; and to all those who attended. Please continue the discussion here by replying to this thread. Here are the details of the call.

Group Chat

[11/23/2021 11:00:02 AM] John Hovell: https://www.slideshare.net/SIKM/expert-knowledge-transfer-reflections-and-panel-discussion

[11/23/2021 11:01:39 AM] Katrina Pugh: Hello, everyone, from Maine.

[11/23/2021 11:05:39 AM] Stan Garfield: Profile of Dorothy Leonard https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/dorothy-leonard-profiles-knowledge-stan-garfield/

[11/23/2021 11:05:39 AM] Stan Garfield: Profile that includes Kate and Madelyn https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/columbia-university-information-knowledge-strategy-ikns-stan-garfield/

[11/23/2021 11:10:44 AM] Stan Garfield: Knowledge Transfer hashtag in SIKM https://sikm.groups.io/g/main/search?q=%23knowledge-transfer&ct=1

[11/23/2021 11:23:28 AM] Andrew Trickett: A question for the panel Looking at the slide deck- it implies that a lot of the work takes place within an office setting. What changes are you seeing as hybrid working or even very flexible working when people are very rarely in an office.

[11/23/2021 11:24:18 AM] Cayly Dixon: Thanks Andrew

[11/23/2021 11:40:02 AM] Katrina Pugh: Yes, this was an amazing chapter -- called "sitting in the white space" (Courageous questions). The book is called Smarter Innovation, and John has a chapter on knowledge-elicitation with nexperts, too.

[11/23/2021 11:40:16 AM] John Hovell: @Andrew, saw your question about hybrid work and changes.... building on what @Madelyn is saying now... what stands out for me is individual and group comfort with technology (or not), e.g., how much time does it take to get comfy with the tech (to really get into conversation and work)

[11/23/2021 11:40:30 AM] Andrew Trickett: Up to a point Lord Copper there are also cultural constraints. We have issues with colleagues in Asia not using forums to ask questions- they use private channels that aren't firm wide to ask questions.

[11/23/2021 11:42:27 AM] Madelyn Blair: @Andrew, When I worked in China,  I was able to reframe what asking questions means, and it opened them up to doing so. It was amazing to watch.

[11/23/2021 11:43:24 AM] Stan Garfield: Link to the book being mentioned https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/20140619180210-2500783-new-report-on-organizational-innovation/

[11/23/2021 11:45:15 AM] Tim Powell: Yes, John!  The business case must be there!  And clear!  But you knew that...

[11/23/2021 11:45:31 AM] Madelyn Blair: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/11/22/opinion/remote-work-gen-z.html?smid=em-share

[11/23/2021 11:49:25 AM] Tim Powell: Asking the right questions is the key!  Finding the answers is then pretty easy.

[11/23/2021 11:49:53 AM] Derek Bostic: Agreed Tim! The questions are so critical.

[11/23/2021 11:50:03 AM] Tim Powell: And asking the questions right, as you said, Madelyn.

[11/23/2021 11:50:03 AM] Tim Powell: And asking the questions right, as you said, Madelyn.

[11/23/2021 11:50:22 AM] Andrew Trickett: This link based on what @Madelyn said may be this one from the UK. https://thinkingtogether.educ.cam.ac.uk/

[11/23/2021 11:51:13 AM] Derek Bostic: Madelyn your question around “who do you go to for …” is often a question we use in active ONA. We look for trust & frequency.

[11/23/2021 11:52:14 AM] Madelyn Blair: @Derek, you are so right about trust -- and a curious nature.

[11/23/2021 11:55:04 AM] Tim Powell: I've come to the conclusion that ALL knowledge is tacit.  We pull out the little streams in the form of information -- words, databases, and so on -- using these techniques you are describing.  But confusing K and I is the basis of a lot of misunderstandings. -- and opportunities, if you understand and address the differences.  IMO, YMMV.

[11/23/2021 11:57:11 AM] Cayly Dixon: @Tim, it's interesting to reframe our understanding of knowledge this way!

[11/23/2021 11:59:02 AM] Andrew Trickett: Knowledge is tacit but also based on what @Katrina said its going to be not only PKM but also CKM - and how thoise two overlap.

[11/23/2021 11:59:24 AM] Tim Powell: Thanks, Cayly.  And thanks to you and Kate, Madelyn, and John for an interesting discussion!

[11/23/2021 11:59:42 AM] John Hovell: thanks all! :)

[11/23/2021 12:00:38 PM] Madelyn Blair: Big appreciation to all.

[11/23/2021 12:00:44 PM] Ninez: Thanks to all for the interesting discussion!

[11/23/2021 12:00:58 PM] Katrina Pugh: Happy Thanksgiving to US people!

[11/23/2021 12:01:00 PM] Retha Prinsloo: Thank you! Much appreciated :)

[11/23/2021 12:01:02 PM] Derek Bostic: Hilarious Stan

[11/23/2021 12:01:11 PM] Tim Powell: bye

[11/23/2021 12:01:27 PM] Katrina Pugh: Thanks, Cayly, Stan, John, Madelyn!

[11/23/2021 12:01:31 PM] Andrew Trickett: Bye have a good thanksgiving all from across the pond


November 2021 SIKM Call: Cayly Dixon - Expert Knowledge Transfer #monthly-call #knowledge-transfer

Stan Garfield
 

This is a reminder of tomorrow's monthly call from 11 am to 12 noon EST. Note that the US is now back on Standard Time.

  • November 23, 2021 SIKM Call: Cayly Dixon, Madelyn Blair, Kate Pugh, and John Hovell - Expert Knowledge Transfer: Reflections and Panel Discussion
  • Slides
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Re: Webinar - Hidden Seams: Auditing Knowledge, Information & Communication - 25 Nov #webinar #audit #video

Matt Moore
 

Well, Patrick, that’s up to you.

Following the panelist prep call today, I can modestly say that I think it will be awesome.

It’s been a fun 4.5 years but it’s time for something new.

Matt Moore
+61 423 784 504

On Nov 19, 2021, at 9:41 PM, Patrick Lambe <plambe@...> wrote:

***This is our final ever event***

Going out with a bang, or a whimper, Matt?

P

Patrick Lambe
Partner
Straits Knowledge

phone:  +65 98528511

web:  www.straitsknowledge.com
resources:  www.greenchameleon.com
knowledge mapping:  www.aithinsoftware.com

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On 19 Nov 2021, at 3:47 PM, Matt Moore <matt@...> wrote:

More Info & RSVP:
https://www.meetup.com/Information-Innovation-UTS/events/281418241/

The disciplines of knowledge management, information management and
corporate communications have all developed tools to assess
organisations, often known as “audits”. While these techniques have
developed separately, and have had different histories and drivers,
they often overlap in the behaviors they target and techniques they
use. This session investigates:
- How the the traditions of communication, information and knowledge
audits developed
- Similarities and differences between them
- What practitioners from these different disciples can learn from each other

Patrick Lambe is a globally recognised knowledge management
practitioner who was originally trained in Information and Library
Science. He arrived in KM via a second career in training and
development, and has been based in Singapore for three decades.
Patrick is the author of Organising Knowledge: Taxonomies, Knowledge
and Organisation Effectiveness (Oxford: Chandos 2007), and co-author
with Nick Milton of The Knowledge Manager's Handbook 2nd ed. (London:
Kogan Page 2019), which won CILIP UK's Knowledge and Information
Management Award 2019 - Information Resources Print Category. Patrick
is currently working on a major book on Knowledge Auditing and
Knowledge Mapping.

Stephen Bounds is an Information and Knowledge Management Specialist
with a wide range of experience across the government and private
sectors. He is Executive, Information Management at Cordelta, a
professional services firm based in Canberra, Australia. With over 20
years of experience in delivering Information Management, Knowledge
Management and Information Technology solutions, Stephen has a
sophisticated understanding of technology tools and platforms,
including how to avoid common pitfalls and maximise organisational
benefits. He is an active participant on global KM community lists,
and a passionate advocate for evidence-based and reason-based
practice.

Gaynor Deal has over forty years’ experience in Business
Administration in the private and public sectors. As a founding
partner of IRIS Consulting Group Pty Ltd in 2003, Gaynor has conducted
audits and reviews of information and records management in public and
private sector organisations, developed strategic and operational
plans, policies, and procedures, developed, and implemented
activity-based classification schemes (thesauri) and retention and
disposal schedules.

Dr Marilyn Mitchell is Discipline Leader for Communication at Bond
University where she lectures in Organisational Communication and Mass
Media. Prior to entering academia, she worked for IBM USA as an
information developer, systems engineer in marketing, and headquarters
staff member. She studied communication auditing in the US and now
teaches it to postgraduate students.

***This is our final ever event***







Webinar - Hidden Seams: Auditing Knowledge, Information & Communication - 25 Nov #webinar #audit #video

Matt Moore
 

More Info & RSVP:
https://www.meetup.com/Information-Innovation-UTS/events/281418241/

The disciplines of knowledge management, information management and
corporate communications have all developed tools to assess
organisations, often known as “audits”. While these techniques have
developed separately, and have had different histories and drivers,
they often overlap in the behaviors they target and techniques they
use. This session investigates:
- How the the traditions of communication, information and knowledge
audits developed
- Similarities and differences between them
- What practitioners from these different disciples can learn from each other

Patrick Lambe is a globally recognised knowledge management
practitioner who was originally trained in Information and Library
Science. He arrived in KM via a second career in training and
development, and has been based in Singapore for three decades.
Patrick is the author of Organising Knowledge: Taxonomies, Knowledge
and Organisation Effectiveness (Oxford: Chandos 2007), and co-author
with Nick Milton of The Knowledge Manager's Handbook 2nd ed. (London:
Kogan Page 2019), which won CILIP UK's Knowledge and Information
Management Award 2019 - Information Resources Print Category. Patrick
is currently working on a major book on Knowledge Auditing and
Knowledge Mapping.

Stephen Bounds is an Information and Knowledge Management Specialist
with a wide range of experience across the government and private
sectors. He is Executive, Information Management at Cordelta, a
professional services firm based in Canberra, Australia. With over 20
years of experience in delivering Information Management, Knowledge
Management and Information Technology solutions, Stephen has a
sophisticated understanding of technology tools and platforms,
including how to avoid common pitfalls and maximise organisational
benefits. He is an active participant on global KM community lists,
and a passionate advocate for evidence-based and reason-based
practice.

Gaynor Deal has over forty years’ experience in Business
Administration in the private and public sectors. As a founding
partner of IRIS Consulting Group Pty Ltd in 2003, Gaynor has conducted
audits and reviews of information and records management in public and
private sector organisations, developed strategic and operational
plans, policies, and procedures, developed, and implemented
activity-based classification schemes (thesauri) and retention and
disposal schedules.

Dr Marilyn Mitchell is Discipline Leader for Communication at Bond
University where she lectures in Organisational Communication and Mass
Media. Prior to entering academia, she worked for IBM USA as an
information developer, systems engineer in marketing, and headquarters
staff member. She studied communication auditing in the US and now
teaches it to postgraduate students.

***This is our final ever event***


Re: Design Thinking: looking for a supplier/consultant #design-thinking

Ginetta Gueli
 

Hi Rosanna,
thank you for Luma and EK recommendations, as well for your availability to chat on what you have done in your department. It sounds interesting, and I will get in touch with you in case I will work on the DT implementation phase :-)

All the best and have a good day.
Ginetta


On Sat, Nov 13, 2021 at 09:03 PM, Rosanna Stephens wrote:
https://www.luma-institute.com/

 
--
Ginetta Gueli
Information & Knowledge Manager | Project Manager


Re: SIKM Wiki : retaining the highly reusable know-how #wikis

Susan Ostreicher
 

Hello Rachad, 

Thank you for this suggestion. I'm interested to hear what others think. 

I'm a big fan of wikis, and I think they can be an effective way for groups to collaborate. At the same time, I think the curation aspect is critical. Even if any member is capable of creating and editing pages, my feeling is that designing and maintaining a useful wiki would require at least one highly involved "owner". 

Another risk I see is that copying and pasting discussion threads into a wiki could tend to duplicate content, without adding extra value. There might be other ways for a wiki to add value without duplicating. For example, maybe it could be used to summarize and group hashtags (since I think groups.io only lists these in alphabetical order.) 

Again, this is my perspective based on past experience with wikis, and I'm interested to hear other opinions from this group. 

Best,
Susan


Re: SIKM Wiki : retaining the highly reusable know-how #wikis

Mohammad Hasanzadeh
 

Very good idea.
Regards
Mohammad


On Monday, November 15, 2021, Rachad Najjar <rachadbn@...> wrote:
Hi, 

I was navigating through the Wiki section of this SIKM Groups.io, i found very few formalised know-how in a wiki format. 

This group has very rich, highly reusable, time-persistent questions/ answers. i know we can navigate through the #tags to find a discussion however retaining the critical & concentrated know-how in wiki format is much more prominent for learning purposes.

I may propose this basic governance  (on-volunteer basis): 

- Original discussion' author may turn his/ her question into a wiki article. 
- Any group member can co-author a wiki article with the original author. 
- Some curation might be needed to properly write the wiki content (focused knowledge vs free form of thinking knowledge) 

I started with one of my earliest discussions and turn it into a wiki article. you can access it via https://sikm.groups.io/g/main/wiki/28540

I'll continue to write wiki article whenever i can. 

What do you think? 

Thank you
Rachad 



--
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


SIKM Wiki : retaining the highly reusable know-how #wikis

 

Hi, 

I was navigating through the Wiki section of this SIKM Groups.io, i found very few formalised know-how in a wiki format. 

This group has very rich, highly reusable, time-persistent questions/ answers. i know we can navigate through the #tags to find a discussion however retaining the critical & concentrated know-how in wiki format is much more prominent for learning purposes.

I may propose this basic governance  (on-volunteer basis): 

- Original discussion' author may turn his/ her question into a wiki article. 
- Any group member can co-author a wiki article with the original author. 
- Some curation might be needed to properly write the wiki content (focused knowledge vs free form of thinking knowledge) 

I started with one of my earliest discussions and turn it into a wiki article. you can access it via https://sikm.groups.io/g/main/wiki/28540

I'll continue to write wiki article whenever i can. 

What do you think? 

Thank you
Rachad 


Re: Please switch from digest to individual messages #request

Susan Ostreicher
 

Hello Lauren, and anyone else who might want to edit their subscription,

You should be able to switch from digest to individual messages at this link: 

Hope this is helpful!
Susan

On Sun, Nov 14, 2021 at 2:44 PM Lauren Dohr via groups.io <dohrlauren=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hello

Could you please switch me from getting the digest to getting individual messages?

Thank you,

Lauren Dohr






Please switch from digest to individual messages #request

Lauren Dohr
 

Hello

Could you please switch me from getting the digest to getting individual messages?

Thank you,

Lauren Dohr


Re: Design Thinking: looking for a supplier/consultant #design-thinking

 

Hi Ginetta,

There are already so many great suggestions here. I might also suggest you take a look at Luma Institute (https://www.luma-institute.com/) if you're interested in learning more about Design Thinking and having a catalog of Design Thinking activities to pull from. My department has also designed an in-house, light-weight Design Thinking framework we call "Infuse" that works well for an enterprise environment. I'm happy to chat with you further about it if you're interested.

If you want someone to run the workshop for you, I've had good luck with Enterprise Knowledge, as well.

Good luck!

Rosanna Stephens
Manager, Experience Insights and Knowledge, Adobe


Re: My First Presentation at KMWorld #KMWorld #adoption

Dennis Pearce
 

Good luck with your presentation Alex! 

User adoption is a favorite topic of mine, particularly adoption of collaboration systems and enterprise social networks.  In case you are interested, I have a set of blog posts that examine various academic adoption theories in order to pull out the bits that could be used in practice to increase adoption.  This introductory post has links to all the others.

Dennis Pearce


Re: Design Thinking: looking for a supplier/consultant #design-thinking

Stan Garfield
 

On Fri, Nov 12, 2021 at 07:04 AM, Ginetta Gueli wrote:
I will have a look at all of them, but the last one because it does not work, apparently...
Ginetta, here is a working link to A Comprehensive Framework of Design Thinking Approach in Knowledge Management: A Review in Academic Context.


Re: Design Thinking: looking for a supplier/consultant #design-thinking

Ginetta Gueli
 

Good morning Jane,
thank you for all the suggestions. I will have a look at all of them, but the last one because it does not work, apparently...

At the moment, we are organizing a workshop with this methodology, which is an integral part of a bigger project we have. And, yes, if we end up doing an entire project around design thinking, I will certainly back to you (or one of my colleagues). Thank you for the proposal: super appreciated!

All the best,
Ginetta


--
Ginetta Gueli
Information & Knowledge Manager | Project Manager


Re: Design Thinking: looking for a supplier/consultant #design-thinking

Ginetta Gueli
 

Hello Gordon,
thank you, I will certainly have a look at it!
All the best,
Ginetta
--
Ginetta Gueli
Information & Knowledge Manager | Project Manager

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