We're not always as smart as we think we are. So how do we save ourselves from dumb mistakes? Psychologists have some guidance.
How Walmart developed and implemented a content management strategy roadmap to provide their associates with useful content and personalized learning experiences.
This session explores how TechipFMC uses KM and social learning tools and techniques to underpin learning programs and fuel collaboration.
We are finally at the end of a consequential year that few of us will forget soon. Now what should we do? Standing on the precipice of a new year, it is easy to fall back on the usual greeting card good wishes: Out with the old, in with the new: may you be happy... Continue Reading →
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... Continue Reading →
If your organization is populated by perfect people with a perfect track record, feel free to ignore this post. For the rest of you, I'd urge you to spend a little time with Engineers Without Borders Canada. This nonprofit was founded in 2000 by two young engineers who had "a dream of an organization that... Continue Reading →
Keith Myerson (Director, Learning & Development, Neiman Marcus Group Services) discussed how social learning (i.e., "sLearning") will change the way L&D professionals see themselves, promote learning in their organizations and prevent brain drain from the "impending war for talent." He may be contacted at Keith_Myerson@neimanmarcus.com or on Twitter @KeithMyerson. [These are my notes from the... Continue Reading →
Do you know how to wash your hands? Now, before you complain about bloggers who ask dumb questions, let me rephrase that question slightly: Do you know how to wash your hands properly? Chances are you don't. This issue arose when I found myself getting frustrated by restaurants that piously posted signs in restrooms instructing... Continue Reading →
This is not about that solitaire game you play surreptitiously when you should be filling out expense reports. And, it's not about office politics or power struggles. Games at work is serious business and they offer interesting possibilities for law firm knowledge management and lawyer professional development. A press report about the recent acquisition by... Continue Reading →
LegalTech 2009 is over and we're exhausted. There's something absolutely draining about all those inputs, all those people talking at you, and all those little plastic toys. It's enough to make even extroverts like me run screaming from the conference hotel. It will, undoubtedly, take us a few days to process what we saw and... Continue Reading →