Learning from the past

Should knowledge workers and leaders play poker? In this article Helene Russell, knowledge, learning and innovation specialist, considers the “description experience gap” and whether learning poker can help. I recently listened to “Future You”, part of this series about thinking …

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Event – DMS to KMS: using technology to enhance knowledge engagement

How can we use existing systems to boost knowledge sharing? And how can effective KM technology minimise the impact of information overload? This 1-hour virtual event will answer your questions wherever you are on your firm’s route from DMS to…

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Lunch n learns for virtual teams: a dozen ideas (first published on Knowledge for Lawyers)

A common way for law firms to train their teams is the “lunch n learn” lecture, but with so many firms permanently switching to virtual or hybrid teams, how can we ensure that our virtual attendees find them compelling and…

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Law Consultancy Network strengthens its international network through a new strategic alliance with Instituto de Innovacion

The Legal Tech sector has a marked international character, and for this reason, the International Law Consultancy Network has teamed up with María Jesús González-Espejo of the Instituto de Innovación Legal in Spain, a pioneering consultancy firm which advises on…

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5 top tips to encourage brave knowledge sharing (first published on Knowledge4Lawyers)

In this post Helene Russell, our specialist in knowledge, learning and innovation, offers some top tips to encourage your staff to speak up and share their brilliant ideas and stop them being paralysed by their perfectionism. “Failure is not a…

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Making virtual collaborations work (first published on Knowledge4Lawyers)

We have no choice now but to make virtual collaborations work. But how? This post from Helene Russell, Knowledge Learning and Innovation specialist, draws together 5 top tips from law firm leaders. I’ve been gathering some thoughts from practitioners and…

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We can rebuild him (first published on Knowledge4Lawyers)

In this post Helene Russell, our expert in knowledge, learning and innovation, explains why getting your knowledge systems right is a bit like her favourite TV programme from the seventies. “If you are a person of a certain age, you’ll…

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Life after life (first published on Knowledge4Lawyers)

There’s no such thing as infinite lives in the real world, but in this post Helene Russell, specialist in knowledge, learning and innovation, gives you some ideas to help your organisation learn from each experience. “My book club is reading…

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Connecting in a disconnected world

In these difficult times, remember that it is personal contact that is discouraged, not connection itself and we are fortunate to live in an age where we can connect through technology and still have meaningful conversations. To help out anyone…

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Tomorrow’s KM: Innovation, best practice and the future of knowledge management

Interested in the intersection between knowledge, learning, innovation and creativity and its place in your business’s success? Ark’s latest multi-author book, with a contribution from our Helene Russell, is now available. Innovation is arguably an integral part of the knowledge…

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