Is KM a Real Force Multiplier?

Is KM a real force multiplier in your firm? That’s the challenging question I recently put to 40 senior law firm knowledge management professionals.  This led to an interesting hour of honest conversation that was so worthwhile that I’m recounting its highlights here in the hope that my readers might try this exercise in their own organizations. […]

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Taking an Agile Approach to the Digital Workplace #KMWorld

Session Description:  Organizations are looking beyond a sea of separated systems, with the goal of delivering a seamless digital workplace for staff. This brings together intranets, social and collaboration tools and business systems to provide radically better workforce solutions. While the vision is becoming increasingly clear, the question remains: How to get there from here? […]

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ALI-CLE

In conjunction with my 17 December 2014 ALI-CLE presentation, How Smart Knowledge Management Can Benefit Your Legal Practice,* here are some supplementary readings that provide additional information on the components of “smart” knowledge management. As always, please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or would like further information. On this […]

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Integrating Learning and Development with KM #KMWorld

Speakers: Dr. Susan Camarena, Chief Knowledge and Learning Officer, Federal Transit Administration; Turo Dexter, Knowledge Resources Manager, US DOT / Federal Transit Administration [These are my notes from the KMWorld 2014 Conference. Since I’m publishing them as soon as possible after the end of a session, they may contain the occasional typographical or grammatical error. Please excuse those. To the extent […]

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Help This Underdog

It was an honor to learn that Above and Beyond KM has been nominated for The 2011 ABA Journal Blawg 100. In this fifth anniversary of their annual contest, the editors of the ABA Journal sought recommendations from readers and then selected the final 100.  Now, the hard part begins.  The ABA Journal would like […]

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