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Knowledge management jobs in Hong Kong

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —June 15, 2007
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Eric Tsui asked me to let you know he has a couple of jobs going in Hong Kong. Here are the details. THE HONG KONG POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING Post Specification Project Associate (two posts) (Ref. 95172) [Appointment period: eighteen months] Duties The appointees will assist the project leader in the […]

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The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation’s Story Guide in now online

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —May 30, 2007
Filed in News

Great news. The Story Guide: Building Bridges Using Narrative Techniques is now available online. Our reader, Jon Revelos, just posted the link today as a comment to this post. Thanks John.

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Anecdote News – May 2007

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —May 19, 2007
Filed in News

** Anecdote News ** Brought to you by Anecdote – Putting Stories to Work http://www.anecdote.com.au Discovering lost knowledge Clients often ask us to suggest tangible ways to minimise the impact of people leaving their organisation. The exodus might be due to people retiring or in the case of one organisation, people leave because the culture […]

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Last.fm – social software for music

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —May 15, 2007
Filed in News

I’ve been having a blast the last couple of days. I signed up for last.fm after hearing Euan and Johnnie Moore talk about it. Last.fm keeps a track of the music you listen to (Here you can play the music I’ve been listening to, http://www.last.fm/user/Unorder/) and then you can hear a bunch of recommendations streamed […]

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Leaders blogging

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —May 5, 2007
Filed in Leadership Posts, News

I’m starting to see more leaders blogging. While working for a construction company at the moment I discovered that one of their general managers is posting a video to the division’s blog every month. This is not a highly produced effort. More like a 6 minute talking head with a hand held handy cam. By […]

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New blogging environment

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —May 4, 2007
Filed in News

I have now migrated over to a Mac and this is my first post as a bit of a test. I’m using Ecto as my blogging client, which seems to have all the functionality I was used to in BlogJet. Technorati Tags: ecto, blogjet

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Computer problems

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —April 21, 2007
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Both Mark and I are having a world of problems with our PCs. So if you have been emailing us and not getting a reply can we ask you try again. Hey Dave, looks like we will need to move to Apple 🙂

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Lessons learning: context matters

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —April 9, 2007
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Yesterday I posted a piece on how taking a story out of context is unlikely to help lessons learning. One of my regular commenters, Ken (I would love to know who you are), posted this link to a beautiful article in the Washington Post that sums up this issue of context. You will love it.

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Join Anecdote and make a difference

Posted by  Mark Schenk —March 25, 2007
Filed in News

Things are continuing to grow here at Anecdote and we are again looking for someone to join our little crew. We would love to work with someone passionate about people; you love working with people, you’re interested in how people work in organisations; and you share our desire to restore humanity to the forefront of […]

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Intuition and decision making

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —March 12, 2007
Filed in Collaboration, News

Margie Borschke interviewed me a while back and wrote this article on decision making. Tags: margie+borschke, intuition, decision+making

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