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Story week is coming

Posted by  Mark Schenk —April 17, 2009
Filed in Business storytelling, News

Anecdote, Sparknow and Innotecture have been working together for a little while now to find out a bit more about what stories have influence and impact. We’ve found quite a difference in views, even among ourselves. So we’re inviting our combined readership and their networks (and their networks) to participate in Story Week (starting May […]

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Collaboration presentation in Canberra

Posted by  Mark Schenk —February 24, 2009
Filed in Collaboration, News

I am giving a presentation at the actKM monthly meeting on Tuesday 3rd March. The location is the National Archives of Australia in Barton. Arrive for drinks from about 5.15 pm with the presentation going from about 5.45 pm till 6.45 pm. Details are on the actKM website. The title of the presentation is ‘Collaboration….takes […]

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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. KM is change – and how to do it with stories View more presentations from […]

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Communities and networks connection

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —February 16, 2009
Filed in Collaboration, News

Tomorrow is the big launch. Nancy White has been toiling away with Tony Karrer to develop a dynamic website that aggregates community and network blogs. Tony is the technical wiz behind the site and there are plenty of ways to discover new and interesting information about one of the topics I love: communities of practice. […]

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Leveraging and Valuing Expertise Workshop in Canberra

Posted by  chandni —February 10, 2009
Filed in News

Canberra has an interesting event this month! actKM has invited Patrick Lambe to conduct a workshop on Leveraging and Valuing Expertise. This workshop is part of the open research project “Leveraging and Valuing Expertise” (http://usingexpertise.com). Log in to share your stories! When: 9:00 am to 3:30 pm on Friday, 13 February Where: University House Common […]

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Community of practice paper featured in Insightory

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —February 7, 2009
Filed in Collaboration, News

Just to let you know that my paper on tacit knowledge and communities of practice has been featured on insightory.com.

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I’m giving a talk on collaboration and your invited

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —January 23, 2009
Filed in Collaboration, News

For years software vendors and consulting firms have been developing SAP software components for NSW government agencies and on-selling the same software to numerous other NSW government agencies. These practices are only possible in an environment where the government agencies do not collaborate. In 2008 these agencies got together to share how they were using […]

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A little productivity tip for Firefox users—smart keywords

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —November 14, 2008
Filed in News

Just noticed this feature in Firefox this morning which is a real time saver. I’m often looking around for books and I have a couple of favourite websites (Amazon, Readings). In Firefox you can assign a search box on say your Amazon website to a keyword. Then whenever you want to make a search you […]

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Correction

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —October 22, 2008
Filed in News

Correction: In a blog post on the 19 July 2008 I incorrectly identified Lorenz Grollo for Daniel Grollo, Equiset for Grocon and Franco for Lorenzo. My apologies to those concerned.

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Cool blog posts that I don’t mention

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —July 15, 2008
Filed in Employee Engagement, News

I’m sure you have plenty of things to read and another stream of information is the last thing you are interested in. But for those who just want more I discovered Google Reader enables me to share posts which I might not ever make a comment about. Here is the link.

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