Paul J Corney
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“When 60 seconds seems like an eternity”: making the most of networking opportunities

Earlier this week I was invited to run a session for the business community where I live in the UK.Here's the account of that session which I hope is useful for many in the KM4Dev community who get limited 'facetime' with decision makers and need to make an immediate impact!Today I had the opportunity to help the business community in Eastborune, Sussex. Eastbourne Chamber of Commerce (the largest town chamber in the South East) invited me to…See More
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Paul J Corney
Occupation/Title
Managing Partner
Organization
Knowledge et al
Organization Type
Other
Organization URL
http://www.knowledgeetal.com
Areas of KM Expertise
Organisational Learning, Online Facilitation, Social Web/Web 2.0, Communities of Practice, Research, Knowledge Capture, Knowledge Mapping, Narrative & Storytelling, Information Management, Workshop Facilitation, Change Management, Intranet/Enterprise Portal/Information Systems, KM Strategies, Expertise Locator Systems, KM Incentive Systems, Evaluating and Monitoring KM, Thematic/Knowledge Networks
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paul.corney@knowledgeetal.com
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corneyp
Blog URL
http://www.knowledgeetal.com
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Helping development organisations to realise more value from the pool of knowledge they possess
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Paul J Corney's Blog

“When 60 seconds seems like an eternity”: making the most of networking opportunities

Earlier this week I was invited to run a session for the business community where I live in the UK.

Here's the account of that session which I hope is useful for many in the KM4Dev community who get limited 'facetime' with decision makers and need to make an immediate impact!

Today I had the opportunity to help the business community in Eastborune, Sussex. Eastbourne Chamber of Commerce (the…

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Posted on August 22, 2019 at 2:08pm

How KM can help with urban regeneration: 10 tips for engaging with the community

That was before we acquired a place in Lisbon in 2011 and saw the dramatic impact Urban or Street Art can…

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Posted on December 17, 2018 at 4:30pm

Combating the forces of fakism / Saucy dinner with Chefs Academy winner: Just 2 of the highlights from KM Summit 18

Last week was fun. It started with a Masterclass, jointly presented with Eric Hunter, and continued at the first combined KMUK / KM Legal event now styled the KM Summit expertly compiled by Nick Stone which I had the pleasure of closing.

I took away

  • A sense that KM’ers are becoming increasingly agile: despite the onrush of technological disintermediation there is still a role (especially around the 4 ‘ates – Facilitate, Collaborate, Communicate and Curate).
  • The…
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Posted on May 24, 2018 at 8:14pm

AI driven expertise & profiling: hype, hope or déjà vu?

May was a busy month. Apart from helping establish then launch a real estate and mortgage business (Bees Homes) I was in Lisboa for Social Now and London for KM Legal UK.

I attended both in the expectation of learning more about the onrush of Artificial Intelligence and its implications for the Knowledge Management profession.

Specifically, I wanted to see how the encouragingly styled Talent and Knowledge…

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Posted on June 7, 2017 at 9:18pm

The Power of Postcards

Growing up, one of the chores I associated with holidays was the sending of postcards to family and friends. With no social media or smart phones, we kept in touch via letters and cards.  Yet the postcard is still highly effective as it is a tactile, non-technological and versatile object.

Here’s a few examples of how I have used it over the past few years:

To prompt future stories

Often at big events (especially the annual corporate 'show and tell') delegates…

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Posted on March 19, 2017 at 11:22am

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