Your Roadmap to KM Success in 2021 and Beyond

This panel will share their advice and experiences for growing and sustaining a KM program in the virtual world. They will touch on a range of topics including engaging with internal clients and successfully driving knowledge initiatives when informal and in-person interactions remain limited. The panel will also look at how managing, mentoring and motivating... Continue Reading →

Mark the Occasion

 It's graduation season again. Families all over the country will travel to academic institutions near and far to celebrate the completion by their loved ones of a course of study. Part and parcel of the process are the obligatory speeches*: the largely forgettable speeches filled with unwanted advice rendered in solemn tones by local worthies;... Continue Reading →

The KM Dream Team

When we hire, we sometime focus too much on what lies within the boundaries of the job description rather than on what lies within the person we are interviewing. Granted, it's extraordinarily difficult to assess fully a person you are meeting for the first time, but you nonetheless have to probe beyond their resumes. Elan... Continue Reading →

Honesty in Advertising

There's precious little honesty in advertising. And, if you think your small corner of the corporate world is immune from this truth, take a look at how people are described on your org chart. Title inflation is rampant. In my view, it is the bane of the corporate world. There was a time when we... Continue Reading →

Having a Fool for a Client?

A 2001 article by John W. Amberg on the Los Angeles County Bar Association website begins with the wordsThe adage that "a lawyer who represents himself has a fool for a client" is the product of years of experience by seasoned litigators, the Supreme Court has remarked. See, Kay v. Ehrler, 499 U.S. 432, 438... Continue Reading →

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