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Nadejda Loumbeva
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  • Geneva, Switzerland and Rome, Italy
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Nadejda Loumbeva
Occupation/Title
Consultant
Organization
Various Organisations
Organization Type
Individual/Consultant
Areas of KM Expertise
Organisational Learning, Online Facilitation, Collaborative Technologies, Participatory Decision-Making, Communities of Practice, Workshop Facilitation, Change Management, Intranet/Enterprise Portal/Information Systems, KM Strategies, KM Incentive Systems, Thematic/Knowledge Networks, Other
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nadejda_loumbeva@yahoo.co.uk
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Nadia_753
Blog URL
http://loumbeva.wordpress.com/
Other Interests
Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability, Business Ethics, Organisational and Social Transformation, Cross-Sector Stakeholder Approaches/Partnerships, Graphic Facilitation, Complexity/Cynefin Frameowork
Languages Spoken
French, English, Bulgarian, functional Russian and functional Italian

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Graphic Facilitation Open Space

All right. This year's KM4Dev workshop took place. Yes, it was in Brussels (which I rather liked, despite of the cold and the rain) - fun, and stylish city. And yes, the workshop was incredible - so many interested and confusiastic people joining efforts to learn together. A real organism. There's nothing like the real thing.



On the third day, we did an Open Space. As part of that, Nancy, Binetou, Annette, Lilia, myself and a few others spontaneously huddled together to… Continue

Posted on October 14, 2009 at 10:27am — 1 Comment

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At 12:29pm on February 5, 2010, Cheryl Cooper said…
Hi Nadia

Sorry it's taken me so long to reply...

My friend declined to comment on your work as she was in the middle of leaving corporate CSR work and moving to an NGO... sorry again !

I'd be very happy to talk with you - let's fix a date...
At 4:34am on October 22, 2009, Chahira Nouira said…
Hi Nadia,
Sorry for being soooo late to reply back!!
How are things at your end?
Yes, it was great meeting you in Brussels! I was impressed when with your role at the From Brussels with Love Huddle!
Thanks for the nice words, I love to be curious and share it with others :)

Please let me know when you are around in Bonn, it will be nice to get together for a longer chat!

Take good care!

Cheers,

Chahira
At 3:39am on October 16, 2009, Elisabeth Bastemeijer said…
Hi Nadejda, sorry for replying so late. I was very happy to meet you as well, and we'll keep connected for sure! Getting used to being at the office again.. Cheers!
At 8:33am on October 14, 2009, Roselinie Farirayi Murota said…
it was good to meet you too! i am now home and Harare in Zimbabwe is hot! its our summer and we are expecting rains now! keep in touch and lets share on KM!
At 7:38am on October 14, 2009, Oksana Buranbaeva said…
Thank you, Nadia! If your sister is in Bonn, I'd be happy to meet her. Just send her my email address if she is up for a coffee. Enjoy Geneva!
At 4:58am on October 13, 2009, Luca Servo said…
Thanks Nadia. I will be there next year for sure!!!
At 1:08pm on October 12, 2009, Charles Dhewa said…
Hi Nadia. I was very happy to meet you too. Still in Brussels at the CTA Seminar and will return to Harare on Friday.

Best,
Charles Dhewa
At 6:59am on October 12, 2009, Johan Lammers said…
Hi Nadejda! Thanks for connecting! Business Ethics in combination with Learning and KM seems like a very interesting topic! If you can boil the essence of this paper down to around 1000 words we will publish it on our website, with a link to your article if you are interested. May be a combination of the summary and the conclusions? I will read the whole article myself later this week.

Best wishes,
Johan
At 3:15pm on October 11, 2009, SarahCummings said…
Hi Nadia. that sounds great. I'll look forward to it. best wishes, Sarah
At 12:09pm on October 11, 2009, Nancy White said…
Nadejda, I was so happy to see you jump into the recording: the doing, the reflecting and the conversation. JOYFUL!
 
 
 

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