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Institutionalising Serendipity via Productive Coffee Breaks | Nesta

Inspired by Pedro Medina's discussion of serendipity, Nesta's Randomised Coffee Trials (RCT) initiative responds to Pedro's dual challenge of appreciating the benefits of serendipity and the need to 'build new fishing systems.

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Dick Cheuk's curator insight, November 27, 2013 12:38 AM

I think this helps people aware of the others and build trust.  All of these help the further of knowledge sharing.

David Hain's curator insight, November 27, 2013 8:16 AM

Great idea for collaboration.

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Knoco stories: Don't give your knowledge stupid titles like these

Knoco stories: Don't give your knowledge stupid titles like these | KnowledgeManagement | Scoop.it

One of my hobby-horses is that publishing knowledge is of no value, unless that knowledge can be found and re-used. It needs to be usable, and to be usable (if it is published in a database or in a website) then it needs to be findable.This includes the ability to find lessons within a database, or stories within a story folder, or relevant posts within a community blog.


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Dick Cheuk's curator insight, March 2, 2013 7:53 AM

Knowledge reuse is one key missing part in many organisation.  Knowledge base can easily become knowledge coffin if nobody uses the knowledge inside.

 

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Don’t have a plan to capture tacit knowledge? Your KM strategy is incomplete.

Don’t have a plan to capture tacit knowledge? Your KM strategy is incomplete. | KnowledgeManagement | Scoop.it

Knowledge Management professionals acknowledge that the two main types of knowledge are tacit and explicit. The differences between the two are vast, yet only one is the most important: tacit.


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Dick Cheuk's curator insight, February 19, 2013 5:47 AM

Tacit knowledge is about connecting people to people.  Put it into the "People, Process and Technology" framework means using technology to help people connecting to each other when needed; and through process to give people more chance to connect.

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Knoco stories: The knowledge delivery stream

Knoco stories: The knowledge delivery stream | KnowledgeManagement | Scoop.it

In a product development organisation, the product development stream is easy to see, and easy to focus on ... However this delivery stream will not continue to deliver on time and to budget, without attention being paid to a second, parallel delivery stream - the knowledge development and delivery stream.


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The 10 laws of Knowledge

The 10 laws of Knowledge | KnowledgeManagement | Scoop.it

The importance of  knowledge management in any organization relies in the following laws of knowledge


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Dick Cheuk's curator insight, February 8, 2013 12:57 AM

Some interesting points although I don't think you can call them laws.

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Knowledge retention – a game of two halves.

Knowledge retention – a game of two halves. | KnowledgeManagement | Scoop.it
Back in the ’80s, the oil company Shell ran a promotional campaign from their petrol (gas) stations in the UK which would never work today.  With every petrol purchase, you were given a scrat...

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Knowledge Work & Knowledge Worker

Knowledge Work & Knowledge Worker | KnowledgeManagement | Scoop.it

This article talks about the different between information & knowlege, and knowledge work and non-knowledge work.


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Facilitating knowledge transfer and idea generation

Facilitating knowledge transfer and idea generation | KnowledgeManagement | Scoop.it

Facilitate means determine the best process to engage these people and keep the focus on the chosen approach.


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Getting the best out of tacit knowledge – Part 1 – Understanding what it is. | Innerteams

Getting the best out of tacit knowledge – Part 1 – Understanding what it is. | Innerteams | KnowledgeManagement | Scoop.it
Information resides all around us. If required we can choose to receive information 24 hours a day. Switch on the television, radio, computer or your smartphone and a storage of information will be brought to you on demand.

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Knowledge Management Creating a Sustainable Yellow Pages System | Article Outlet

Knowledge Management Creating a Sustainable Yellow Pages System | Article Outlet | KnowledgeManagement | Scoop.it
How can I know who knows? None of us can personally know more than around 250 people, yet we want our companies to be smart, learning organisations where its easy to find the right person to talk...

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Inside the Mind of a Community Manager

Inside the Mind of a Community Manager | KnowledgeManagement | Scoop.it

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Dick Cheuk's curator insight, May 27, 2013 9:58 PM

Community pays a very important role of KM.

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30 Quotes on Knowledge Management relevant to Translational Research

30 Quotes on Knowledge Management relevant to Translational Research | KnowledgeManagement | Scoop.it

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Dick Cheuk's curator insight, February 27, 2013 10:53 PM

So truth in many aspects!

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Knoco stories: "What would it take, to get you to share more of your knowledge?"

Knoco stories: "What would it take, to get you to share more of your knowledge?" | KnowledgeManagement | Scoop.it

"What would it take, to get you to share more of your knowledge"


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Unlearning is the most important thing

We’ve all become obsessed with learning over the last few years. The world is changing quite rapidly and we need to constantly learn new tricks if we want to keep up with the market we work i...

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Dick Cheuk's curator insight, February 12, 2013 8:02 PM

I peronally don’t believe there is such thing calls “unlearn”.  We can “forget” but cannot “unlearn” and we don’t need to “unlearn” in order to learn something new.

 

I think my interpretation of so call “unlearn” can be: being aware of what we have learned (a piece of knowledge) is no longer correct/appropriate/applicable (but we still remember it) and now we have learned something new to replace that piece of knowledge.  By reinforcing this new learning, we can recall the new piece of knowledge much quicker than the old piece of knowledge.

 

In this whole process, we haven’t “unlearned” anything but in fact we just learn more and make aware of when to use which piece of knowledge.

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I'd call it "assimilation"
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Eight Dangers of Collaboration

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Most of what is written about collaboration is positive. Even hip. Collaboration is championed enthusiastically by the Enterprise 2.0 experts, as well as leading thinkers like Don Tapscott, as the crucial approach for the 21st century.

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Dick Cheuk's curator insight, January 21, 2013 8:14 AM

Collaboration just likes everything.  Use it correctly, it helps; use it incorrectly, it hurts.

David Hain's curator insight, January 28, 2013 4:32 AM

Sound sense.  It's often portrayed as "four legs good, 2 legs bad". But the cost of poorly thought out collaboration is high and only breeds cynicsm against the best reasons for applying collaborative methods.  Also, collaboration takes more than one form and the method should be chosn carefully for the problem and context.

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Knoco stories: Building knowledge assets, a process from Siemens

Knoco stories: Building knowledge assets, a process from Siemens | KnowledgeManagement | Scoop.it

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Knoco stories: 3 Knowledge Bank models - the sock drawer, the library, and the supermarket

Knoco stories: 3 Knowledge Bank models - the sock drawer, the library, and the supermarket | KnowledgeManagement | Scoop.it

Nice little analogy causing me to think...not sure I completely agree?


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The ultimate Knowledge Management recipe?

The ultimate Knowledge Management recipe? | KnowledgeManagement | Scoop.it
I grew up in Devon, (south west England), surrounded by fields and sheep. A beautiful area, but sadly too remote to be a practical base for a much-traveled management consultant! One of the things ...

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Some Principles of Knowledge Management

This article was published by Thomas Davenport in 1996 but still holds true nowadays.


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Sharing files isn't collaboration - Knowledge Jolt with Jack

Sharing files isn't collaboration - Knowledge Jolt with Jack | KnowledgeManagement | Scoop.it

"Let's put this in big, bold letters. Exchanging files and data is NOT COLLABORATION. It's simply exchanging files and data. In fact, I would argue that most collaboration has nothing to do with these things."


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