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January 2021 SIKM Call: Ron Young - Integration of Knowledge and Innovation Standards #monthly-call #ISO-KM-Standard #innovation


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  • January 19, 2021 SIKM Call: Ron YoungIntegration of Knowledge and Innovation Standards
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Stan Garfield
 
Edited

TO: SIKM Leaders Community

Today we held our 185th monthly call. 
Thanks to Ron for presenting, to those who asked questions and made comments, 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

[1/19/2021 10:55:49 AM] Ginetta: Good morning/afternoon/evening all.

[1/19/2021 10:59:18 AM] Stan Garfield: Ron's slides are at https://www2.slideshare.net/SIKM/integration-of-knowledge-and-innovation-standards - you can follow along with him during his talk.

[1/19/2021 11:12:00 AM] Ginetta Gueli: I'd be interested to receive this article :-)

[1/19/2021 11:21:37 AM] Ginetta Gueli: IS the BSI standard the grandparent of ISO KM? Or sort of?

[1/19/2021 11:21:37 AM] Ginetta Gueli: Ok got the answer...I guess...

[1/19/2021 11:23:15 AM] John Hovell: my understanding/recollection (aligning with Rons) was that 4 countries had "KM" standards, and eventually came together with ISO

[1/19/2021 11:26:52 AM] Stan Garfield: 2019-10 - Nick Milton- ISO 30401:2018 - The Management System Standard for KM and what it might do for you https://groups.io/g/SIKM/message/668

[1/19/2021 11:26:52 AM] Stan Garfield: 2020-04 - Chris Collison - Chefs’ Stories from the KM Cookbook https://groups.io/g/SIKM/message/7414

[1/19/2021 11:26:52 AM] Stan Garfield: SIKM Threads on the standard https://sikm.groups.io/g/main/search?q=%23iso-km-standard

[1/19/2021 11:35:45 AM] Ginetta Gueli: It is interesting your point, Ron, that  you think there is a lack of leadership and management at the moment, so I am wondering what brought you to think this way...? Thank you.

[1/19/2021 11:38:32 AM] Stan Garfield: Nonaka's work is in my latest Profile in Knowledge https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/profiles-knowledge-five-japanese-km-authors-nonaka-ichijo-garfield/

[1/19/2021 11:38:32 AM] Stan Garfield: Knowledge Management Matters http://www.johngirard.net/kmmatters/

[1/19/2021 11:38:32 AM] Stan Garfield: Intellectual Capital in the Digital Economy https://www.amazon.com/Intellectual-Routledge-Organizational-Knowledge-Management/dp/0367250675

[1/19/2021 11:43:41 AM] Ginetta Gueli: How would you be able to understand that it is time to pass from a box to another (slide 21) till your organization reaches the top? When do you know that your organization is ready to step on the next level?

[1/19/2021 11:44:40 AM] Jillian Kane Bhambhani:  Jugad indeed. :). A lot gets done under this term

[1/19/2021 11:48:08 AM] Ginetta Gueli: Thank you!

[1/19/2021 11:48:08 AM] Ginetta Gueli: I agree Ron!

[1/19/2021 11:50:16 AM] Tim Powell: Great talk, Ron.  I have experienced that knowledge sometimes impedes innovation -- "We already know the best practice."  Have you experienced this?   What did you do?

[1/19/2021 11:52:57 AM] Jillian Kane Bhambhani: Having the best practice is good but is it bringing in the best result and can that practice further improve when reapplied

[1/19/2021 11:58:31 AM] John Hovell: much appreciated as always, thanks Stan, Ron, and everyone!

[1/19/2021 11:59:44 AM] Tim Powell: Thanks Ron and Stan for a great session!

[1/19/2021 11:59:57 AM] Jillian Kane Bhambhani: Thank you Ron Stan everyone.

[1/19/2021 12:00:00 PM] Rose Longo: Thanks very much.

[1/19/2021 12:00:09 PM] Ginetta Gueli: thanks Ron and Stan!

[1/19/2021 12:00:11 PM] Adriaan Jooste: great session, thanks

[1/19/2021 12:00:19 PM] Linda Nellett: Thank you!


Dennis Thomas
 

Today’s presentation was one of the most flawless presentations I have heard.  Thank you, Ron.  I especially liked your characterization of ISO30401 as a family of Standards.  

Dennis

-- 
DL Thomas

On January 19, 2021 at 12:11:53 PM, Stan Garfield (stangarfield@...) wrote:

TO: SIKM Leaders Community

Today we held our 185th monthly call. 
Thanks to Ron for presenting, to those who asked questions and made comments, 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

[1/19/2021 10:55:49 AM] Ginetta: Good morning/afternoon/evening all.

[1/19/2021 10:59:18 AM] Stan Garfield: Ron's slides are at https://www2.slideshare.net/SIKM/integration-of-knowledge-and-innovation-standards - you can follow along with him during his talk.

[1/19/2021 11:12:00 AM] Ginetta Gueli: I'd be interested to receive this article :-)

[1/19/2021 11:21:37 AM] Ginetta Gueli: IS the BSI standard the grandparent of ISO KM? Or sort of?

[1/19/2021 11:21:37 AM] Ginetta Gueli: Ok got the answer...I guess...

[1/19/2021 11:23:15 AM] John Hovell: my understanding/recollection (aligning with Rons) was that 4 countries had "KM" standards, and eventually came together with ISO

[1/19/2021 11:26:52 AM] Stan Garfield: 2019-10 - Nick Milton- ISO 30401:2018 - The Management System Standard for KM and what it might do for you https://groups.io/g/SIKM/message/668

[1/19/2021 11:26:52 AM] Stan Garfield: 2020-04 - Chris Collison - Chefs’ Stories from the KM Cookbook https://groups.io/g/SIKM/message/7414

[1/19/2021 11:26:52 AM] Stan Garfield: SIKM Threads on the standard https://sikm.groups.io/g/main/search?q=%23iso-km-standard

[1/19/2021 11:35:45 AM] Ginetta Gueli: It is interesting your point, Ron, that  you think there is a lack of leadership and management at the moment, so I am wondering what brought you to think this way...? Thank you.

[1/19/2021 11:38:32 AM] Stan Garfield: Nonaka's work is in my latest Profile in Knowledge https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/profiles-knowledge-five-japanese-km-authors-nonaka-ichijo-garfield/

[1/19/2021 11:38:32 AM] Stan Garfield: Knowledge Management Matters http://www.johngirard.net/kmmatters/

[1/19/2021 11:38:32 AM] Stan Garfield: Intellectual Capital in the Digital Economy https://www.amazon.com/Intellectual-Routledge-Organizational-Knowledge-Management/dp/0367250675

[1/19/2021 11:43:41 AM] Ginetta Gueli: How would you be able to understand that it is time to pass from a box to another (slide 21) till your organization reaches the top? When do you know that your organization is ready to step on the next level?

[1/19/2021 11:44:40 AM] Jillian Kane Bhambhani:  Jugad indeed. :). A lot gets done under this term

[1/19/2021 11:48:08 AM] Ginetta Gueli: Thank you!

[1/19/2021 11:48:08 AM] Ginetta Gueli: I agree Ron!

[1/19/2021 11:50:16 AM] Tim Powell: Great talk, Ron.  I have experienced that knowledge sometimes impedes innovation -- "We already know the best practice."  Have you experienced this?   What did you do?

[1/19/2021 11:52:57 AM] Jillian Kane Bhambhani: Having the best practice is good but is it bringing in the best result and can that practice further improve when reapplied

[1/19/2021 11:58:31 AM] John Hovell: much appreciated as always, thanks Stan, Ron, and everyone!

[1/19/2021 11:59:44 AM] Tim Powell: Thanks Ron and Stan for a great session!

[1/19/2021 11:59:57 AM] Jillian Kane Bhambhani: Thank you Ron Stan everyone.

[1/19/2021 12:00:00 PM] Rose Longo: Thanks very much.

[1/19/2021 12:00:09 PM] Ginetta Gueli: thanks Ron and Stan!

[1/19/2021 12:00:11 PM] Adriaan Jooste: great session, thanks

[1/19/2021 12:00:19 PM] Linda Nellett: Thank you!


Ron Young
 

Wow thank you very much Dennis,
I really do appreciate it.
Without seeing people, it is difficult to know if I am on track.

Ron


On Tue, 19 Jan 2021 at 18:24, Dennis Thomas <dlthomas@...> wrote:
Today’s presentation was one of the most flawless presentations I have heard.  Thank you, Ron.  I especially liked your characterization of ISO30401 as a family of Standards.  

Dennis

-- 
DL Thomas

On January 19, 2021 at 12:11:53 PM, Stan Garfield (stangarfield@...) wrote:

TO: SIKM Leaders Community

Today we held our 185th monthly call. 
Thanks to Ron for presenting, to those who asked questions and made comments, 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

[1/19/2021 10:55:49 AM] Ginetta: Good morning/afternoon/evening all.

[1/19/2021 10:59:18 AM] Stan Garfield: Ron's slides are at https://www2.slideshare.net/SIKM/integration-of-knowledge-and-innovation-standards - you can follow along with him during his talk.

[1/19/2021 11:12:00 AM] Ginetta Gueli: I'd be interested to receive this article :-)

[1/19/2021 11:21:37 AM] Ginetta Gueli: IS the BSI standard the grandparent of ISO KM? Or sort of?

[1/19/2021 11:21:37 AM] Ginetta Gueli: Ok got the answer...I guess...

[1/19/2021 11:23:15 AM] John Hovell: my understanding/recollection (aligning with Rons) was that 4 countries had "KM" standards, and eventually came together with ISO

[1/19/2021 11:26:52 AM] Stan Garfield: 2019-10 - Nick Milton- ISO 30401:2018 - The Management System Standard for KM and what it might do for you https://groups.io/g/SIKM/message/668

[1/19/2021 11:26:52 AM] Stan Garfield: 2020-04 - Chris Collison - Chefs’ Stories from the KM Cookbook https://groups.io/g/SIKM/message/7414

[1/19/2021 11:26:52 AM] Stan Garfield: SIKM Threads on the standard https://sikm.groups.io/g/main/search?q=%23iso-km-standard

[1/19/2021 11:35:45 AM] Ginetta Gueli: It is interesting your point, Ron, that  you think there is a lack of leadership and management at the moment, so I am wondering what brought you to think this way...? Thank you.

[1/19/2021 11:38:32 AM] Stan Garfield: Nonaka's work is in my latest Profile in Knowledge https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/profiles-knowledge-five-japanese-km-authors-nonaka-ichijo-garfield/

[1/19/2021 11:38:32 AM] Stan Garfield: Knowledge Management Matters http://www.johngirard.net/kmmatters/

[1/19/2021 11:38:32 AM] Stan Garfield: Intellectual Capital in the Digital Economy https://www.amazon.com/Intellectual-Routledge-Organizational-Knowledge-Management/dp/0367250675

[1/19/2021 11:43:41 AM] Ginetta Gueli: How would you be able to understand that it is time to pass from a box to another (slide 21) till your organization reaches the top? When do you know that your organization is ready to step on the next level?

[1/19/2021 11:44:40 AM] Jillian Kane Bhambhani:  Jugad indeed. :). A lot gets done under this term

[1/19/2021 11:48:08 AM] Ginetta Gueli: Thank you!

[1/19/2021 11:48:08 AM] Ginetta Gueli: I agree Ron!

[1/19/2021 11:50:16 AM] Tim Powell: Great talk, Ron.  I have experienced that knowledge sometimes impedes innovation -- "We already know the best practice."  Have you experienced this?   What did you do?

[1/19/2021 11:52:57 AM] Jillian Kane Bhambhani: Having the best practice is good but is it bringing in the best result and can that practice further improve when reapplied

[1/19/2021 11:58:31 AM] John Hovell: much appreciated as always, thanks Stan, Ron, and everyone!

[1/19/2021 11:59:44 AM] Tim Powell: Thanks Ron and Stan for a great session!

[1/19/2021 11:59:57 AM] Jillian Kane Bhambhani: Thank you Ron Stan everyone.

[1/19/2021 12:00:00 PM] Rose Longo: Thanks very much.

[1/19/2021 12:00:09 PM] Ginetta Gueli: thanks Ron and Stan!

[1/19/2021 12:00:11 PM] Adriaan Jooste: great session, thanks

[1/19/2021 12:00:19 PM] Linda Nellett: Thank you!



--
Ron Young
CEO/CKO
Knowledge Associates Cambridge Ltd
St John's Innovation Centre
Cambridge, 
CB4 0WS, UK

Tel:   +44 (0) 1223 421290
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From: main@SIKM.groups.io <main@SIKM.groups.io> On Behalf Of Ron Young
Sent: Wednesday, 20 January 2021 5:29 AM
To: main@sikm.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SIKM] Jan. 19 SIKM Call: Ron Young - Integration of Knowledge and Innovation Standards #monthlycall #innovation #iso-km-standard

 

Wow thank you very much Dennis,

I really do appreciate it.

Without seeing people, it is difficult to know if I am on track.

 

Ron

 

 

On Tue, 19 Jan 2021 at 18:24, Dennis Thomas <dlthomas@...> wrote:

Today’s presentation was one of the most flawless presentations I have heard.  Thank you, Ron.  I especially liked your characterization of ISO30401 as a family of Standards.  

 

Dennis

-- 
DL Thomas

On January 19, 2021 at 12:11:53 PM, Stan Garfield (stangarfield@...) wrote:

TO: SIKM Leaders Community

Today we held our 185th monthly call. 
Thanks to Ron for presenting, to those who asked questions and made comments, 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

[1/19/2021 10:55:49 AM] Ginetta: Good morning/afternoon/evening all.

[1/19/2021 10:59:18 AM] Stan Garfield: Ron's slides are at https://www2.slideshare.net/SIKM/integration-of-knowledge-and-innovation-standards - you can follow along with him during his talk.

[1/19/2021 11:12:00 AM] Ginetta Gueli: I'd be interested to receive this article :-)

[1/19/2021 11:21:37 AM] Ginetta Gueli: IS the BSI standard the grandparent of ISO KM? Or sort of?

[1/19/2021 11:21:37 AM] Ginetta Gueli: Ok got the answer...I guess...

[1/19/2021 11:23:15 AM] John Hovell: my understanding/recollection (aligning with Rons) was that 4 countries had "KM" standards, and eventually came together with ISO

[1/19/2021 11:26:52 AM] Stan Garfield: 2019-10 - Nick Milton- ISO 30401:2018 - The Management System Standard for KM and what it might do for you https://groups.io/g/SIKM/message/668

[1/19/2021 11:26:52 AM] Stan Garfield: 2020-04 - Chris Collison - Chefs’ Stories from the KM Cookbook https://groups.io/g/SIKM/message/7414

[1/19/2021 11:26:52 AM] Stan Garfield: SIKM Threads on the standard https://sikm.groups.io/g/main/search?q=%23iso-km-standard

[1/19/2021 11:35:45 AM] Ginetta Gueli: It is interesting your point, Ron, that  you think there is a lack of leadership and management at the moment, so I am wondering what brought you to think this way...? Thank you.

[1/19/2021 11:38:32 AM] Stan Garfield: Nonaka's work is in my latest Profile in Knowledge https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/profiles-knowledge-five-japanese-km-authors-nonaka-ichijo-garfield/

[1/19/2021 11:38:32 AM] Stan Garfield: Knowledge Management Matters http://www.johngirard.net/kmmatters/

[1/19/2021 11:38:32 AM] Stan Garfield: Intellectual Capital in the Digital Economy https://www.amazon.com/Intellectual-Routledge-Organizational-Knowledge-Management/dp/0367250675

[1/19/2021 11:43:41 AM] Ginetta Gueli: How would you be able to understand that it is time to pass from a box to another (slide 21) till your organization reaches the top? When do you know that your organization is ready to step on the next level?

[1/19/2021 11:44:40 AM] Jillian Kane Bhambhani:  Jugad indeed. :). A lot gets done under this term

[1/19/2021 11:48:08 AM] Ginetta Gueli: Thank you!

[1/19/2021 11:48:08 AM] Ginetta Gueli: I agree Ron!

[1/19/2021 11:50:16 AM] Tim Powell: Great talk, Ron.  I have experienced that knowledge sometimes impedes innovation -- "We already know the best practice."  Have you experienced this?   What did you do?

[1/19/2021 11:52:57 AM] Jillian Kane Bhambhani: Having the best practice is good but is it bringing in the best result and can that practice further improve when reapplied

[1/19/2021 11:58:31 AM] John Hovell: much appreciated as always, thanks Stan, Ron, and everyone!

[1/19/2021 11:59:44 AM] Tim Powell: Thanks Ron and Stan for a great session!

[1/19/2021 11:59:57 AM] Jillian Kane Bhambhani: Thank you Ron Stan everyone.

[1/19/2021 12:00:00 PM] Rose Longo: Thanks very much.

[1/19/2021 12:00:09 PM] Ginetta Gueli: thanks Ron and Stan!

[1/19/2021 12:00:11 PM] Adriaan Jooste: great session, thanks

[1/19/2021 12:00:19 PM] Linda Nellett: Thank you!


 

--

Ron Young

CEO/CKO

Knowledge Associates Cambridge Ltd

St John's Innovation Centre

Cambridge, 

CB4 0WS, UK

 

Tel:   +44 (0) 1223 421290

Mob: +44 (0) 7468 424731