September 2, 2020
Mostly harmless
I was asked this evening, via LinkedIn to comment on the Baldridge Performance Excellence Program and I replied with the […]
February 25, 2010
Reflexions III: The Meetings
The main thing I’m supposed to be doing as a guest blogger this week is reflecting on how accreditation courses […]
February 24, 2010
Reflexions II: The Metaphor
As part of this reflective exercise, I’ve been going through a lot of old notes from the early days of […]
February 23, 2010
Reflexions I: The Model (continued)
More loose, unstable thoughts that need their own contextualization. What’s most interesting to me about the Cynefin model is that […]
February 22, 2010
Reflexions I: The Model
While most converts to the new science argue that complexity theory is a better way of looking at virtually anything, […]
February 20, 2010
Digesting the Accreditation Course
So I’ve enjoyed the last three days in San Diego with Michael Cheveldave, Craig Horangic and a diverse dozen participants […]
February 17, 2010
How does an organization know what it knows?
How does an organization know what it knows? That question drives a lot of interest in knowledge management. It drives […]
February 15, 2010
KM Definitions or Metaphors?
As a writer and consultant, my work straddles the realms of organizational knowledge and learning (which often seem mutually exclusive) […]
November 23, 2007
Fail early and often, my friends—bounce #2
Next month I wrap up three years of work in Thailand. Officially, I’ve served as an advisor to Government Savings […]
November 21, 2007
The rise and fall of great brands—bounce #1
Bouncing between coasts this week, I thought about how to give a flavor here of the things I wonder about. […]
November 19, 2007
Keeping the World in Perspex
Today I spent the day drinking good coffee sitting in a comfortable chair (7D) beside a window looking out at […]
November 18, 2007
The SocioPolitics of the iPhone
“Exponential adoption often comes down to irrational factors such as addiction and codependence. When technologies are imperfect but hackable, users […]
November 17, 2007
Architecture and Complexity
I’ve always been fascinated by the processes and professions of design—above all, architecture. Faced with the complexity and multiple contexts […]
November 16, 2007
Intuition’s Role in Decisions and Innovation
Last week, Richard Marrs and I presented at KMWorld about “Intuition’s Role in Decisions and Innovation.” The ideas behind the […]
November 15, 2007
Excuses Excuses
Ok, I’m a baaaaad blogger. But things come up. Yesterday I got a frantic call from a friend who has […]
November 13, 2007
A Knowledge Worker’s Toolbox
So last week, before a presentation at KMWorld, Dave Snowden dropped a huge carton on my podium. Inside was a […]