Paul J Corney
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Paul J Corney
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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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Helping development organisations to realise more value from the pool of knowledge they possess
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Paul J Corney's Blog

Three varied (and I hope interesting) thought pieces

A recent email exchange with Eva reminded me that I have not been updating this space with some of the relevant blogs I've written over the past few months. Rather than reproduce them in full here's three of the highlights with links in case you are interested:

“Anytime, anywhere, any device”: Working smarter in a knowledge…


Posted on October 25, 2016 at 4:05pm

"Brexit, Bollywood and the need for Assisted Search"

I recently wrote a Blog Post  I think might be of use to members of KM4Dev dealing as it does with the challenges around finding stuff in organisations.

I hope its of use.


Posted on June 3, 2016 at 3:09pm

A ‘newbie’s guide to Tweet Chat hosting (on Knowledge Capture & Retention)

I first worked in the City in 1972 as a summer intern in the cheque processing arm of Lloyds Bank Ltd.  No typing, just machine minding!

15 years later I was sitting in the machine room of the Marriott Hotel in Jeddah faxing, over an encryted line, a confidential trip memo for my secretary to type up and distribute to selected directors.  Laptops were only just appearing on the market and as for typing, Managers in those days didn’t. If you wanted to communicate confidential…


Posted on March 4, 2016 at 1:19pm

How to become better informed and smarter: from lessons identified to lessons learned

Most organisations go down the Knowledge Capture route – they create buckets (increasingly in SharePoint) to store what they have captured to make sure that the best knowledge is available when a bid, a presentation or a decision is to be made.  And that’s fine as far as it goes. Rarely do organisations add on the Knowledge Harvesting step.

This post examines the how and the why:…


Posted on September 30, 2014 at 6:45pm

Are charities doing more harm than good by using images and stories of vulnerable children? From a knowledge cafe discussion at Plan-UK.

I went to a very interesting event on Wednesday evening on a subject that touches everyone in the development and charitable sectors. My comments can be found here:

Posted on December 14, 2012 at 4:11pm

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