KM is change – and how to do it with stories

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —February 21, 2009
Filed in News

Here is my presentation from the Ark KM for the Experienced Practitioner. I have to admit that it probably doesn’t make too much sense without the commentary and the note are not the best but happy to answer any questions.

The presentation is a case study illustration of our three journey narrative approach to organisational change.

About  Shawn Callahan

Shawn, author of Putting Stories to Work, is one of the world's leading business storytelling consultants. He helps executive teams find and tell the story of their strategy. When he is not working on strategy communication, Shawn is helping leaders find and tell business stories to engage, to influence and to inspire. Shawn works with Global 1000 companies including Shell, IBM, SAP, Bayer, Microsoft & Danone. Connect with Shawn on:

3 Responses to “KM is change – and how to do it with stories”

  1. Andy Lyon Says:

    As always I find the content fascinating – just a cosmetic question – the little sketch drawings you use – what software do you use to create them?

  2. Shawn Callahan Says:

    Hi Andy, our graphic designer creates the sketches. I think she uses Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop.

  3. Patrick Lambe Says:

    Yes lovely slides, but to get a sense of the presentation you have a imagine a freewheeling conversation with an utterly engaged audience. I think the slides hit a good enough level of abstraction to be able to provide a loose structure and give free rein to the possibility for conversation in the session. The downside of course is that you’d have to be there to really get the best out of it, even an audio recording wouldn’t have done justice.

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