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Paul J Corney
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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: http://www.knowledgeetal.com/?p=1198See More
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"Pattern language writeshops, gamification and the importance of passion: a chairman’s perspective of KMUK 2014 http://j.mp/1za8upM"
Jul 3
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"Inspired by 'why people don't read PDF's' chat: What Knowledge Management is all about and why some people don’t ‘get it’ http://j.mp/TPazaF"
May 27
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"A great knowledge capture technique: phones4u worksheet http://j.mp/MOsj2z Really useful observing of a sales practice that works for KM'ers"
Feb 2
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"10 tips on running a Pause & Reflect debrief and how it differs from AA Review - after a conversation with David Gurteen http://j.mp/1chiSwR"
Dec 30, 2013
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"‘education, education, education and the role of critical knowledge in government'-reflections on a week in Whitehall http://ning.it/18KoNL8"
Oct 1, 2013
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"UK Government's 'Knowledge & Information Strategy' about to be launched. I've posted on knowledge capture/retention http://ning.it/14uejN0"
Aug 19, 2013
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"I have posted here http://ning.it/1ako4Vo a copy of my recent report on how KM Industry leaders look at space in improviing collaboration"
Aug 19, 2013
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"4 a copy of 'when space matters' report on how workspace aids innovation & knowledge sharing pse email paul.corney@knowledgeetal.com"
Jun 28, 2013
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"2 great days chairing 10th KMUK London #kmuk 'When Space Matters' - how workspace influences innovation & knowledge sharing launched."
Jun 28, 2013
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"My latest blog post 'when Siberia and Bangkok meet: conducting a cross cultural debrief' http://ning.it/12Qw34U"
May 30, 2013
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"Great blog from Mark Gould about history, km and legal http://ning.it/11BIwJh"
May 1, 2013
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"Reflections on Philipp and Walter's day on measuring KM held at IDS Sussex University. http://ning.it/14NLv1S"
Mar 11, 2013
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"I have returned from two amazing days in Khartoum - here's the account which contains a number of workshop ideas http://ning.it/13Pn83e"
Feb 26, 2013
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"Ahead of my trip next week to Khartoum, a blog: 'why would Sudan’s health industry do knowledge management?' http://ning.it/WvyLeE"
Feb 15, 2013

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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
Email ID
paul.corney@knowledgeetal.com
Skype ID
corneyp
Blog URL
http://www.knowledgeetal.com
Other Interests
Helping development organisations to realise more value from the pool of knowledge they possess
Languages Spoken
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Paul J Corney's Blog

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:…

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Posted on September 30, 2014 at 12:45pm

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: http://knowledge-manager.sparknow.net/post/37908355860/a-bold-discussion-on-the-3rd-sectors-use-of-childrens

Posted on December 14, 2012 at 11:11am

Closing exercise at KMUK 2012: 'getting wet in the shallow end'

In case this helps others, here's a blog about how I closed KMUK 2012.

http://knowledge-manager.sparknow.net/post/26485358784/getting-wet-in-the-shallow-end

I hope its of use?

Paul

Posted on July 8, 2012 at 3:35pm

'taking the plunge'

Here's an account of the swimming pool icebreaker exercise I used to launch KMUK 2012.

Posted on June 18, 2012 at 4:32am

Olympics, KM and the Mexican Wave

Posted on June 10, 2012 at 11:15am

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