It all began with an introduction into Max Boisot’s theories about the learning. Like most people, I was already aware of the distinction between data and information and so the differentiation between information and knowledge was only a small step.
Knowledge hoarding is one of the principle issues of many modern day companies’ employees and such behavior is “backed up” by endless excuses from lack of time to the mentality of “what shall I get for it in return?”. The notion of not sharing knowl
I've just seen a discussion sharing some advice from a collaboration of some level three foundation groups from Autumn 2013. It's hints and tips around how to get the most out of the programme you are studying. If you're about to star
Morning All (or afternoon or evening!)
I could do with your help for about 7 and a half minutes ish!... Grab yourself a tea break!
I've recorded an audio blog on the subject of audio blogging. It took me three outakes (and a couple of swear words o
I've been doing some work on my Knowledge Management Assessment for HRD Level 5. I've put below a few useful links if you are working on this. But also, could do with some help...
Has anyone got, or can point me in the direction of, any usefu
The Accelerated Learning Handbook Dave Meier and it's link to Knowledge Management
I'm just doing some work on Knowledge Management (what else to be doing on a Sunday you might ask!) and it's been quite good.
But randomly, in the middle of this, Exerc
I was lucky enough to speak at the recent Training Journal Winter Conference on using Social Media in Learning, it was a great event. I thoroughly enjoyed hearing the presentations from each of the speakers and chatting with fellow attendees on a sub
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