1. Social Business
  2. The Euan Semple theory of Knowledge Management
  3. Knowledge Management and the Ku Klux Klan
  4. So what is all this knowledge anyway?
  5. Knowledge Fishing vs. Knowledge Farming


Articles by Others


  1. Lucidea — Thought Leadership: insights on what it means — and what it takes — to be a thought leader in today’s networked business environment
  2. Vicky Holdsworth — Workforce of the Future and Digital Technology
  3. Brian McKenna — Enterprise social media needs to transcend IT: warns against enterprise social media being suckered into an IT project
  4. Nicole Simon — his work at the BBC and the grass roots approach of turning them towards modern technology, what he today is passionate about, the human desire to “connect” and the change in the way we see ourselves, the dead hand of control of global IT
  5. Dawid Pacha — The state of social media: how organizations should implement social media tools and the future of social media
  6. Raphaël Briner — The impact of conversations on Information flow
  7. Martin Koser — Enterprise 2.0
  8. Suw Charman-Anderson — live blog of a conversation between Richard Sambrook
  9. Elizabeth Robinson — Digital Workplaces
  10. Martin Couzins — Taking small steps towards change with social tech: why organizations find it so hard to adopt social technologies and how they can start to do things differently
  11. Nigel Paine — Learning Insights: the changes in social media during the last ten years, reservations many companies still have when it comes to using social media, and an outlook on the future
  12. KMWorld — Managerial issues, social media, and KM

Cited and Quoted in My Blog


  • KMWorld 2017
  1. C205: Industry Leaders Conversation: Change, Culture, & LearningRecap by Mary Abraham
  2. Knowledge Café — Mentoring Morning
  3. W22: Communication: Ways to Improve for Good KM
  • KMWorld 2016
  1. W14: Managing Knowledge in the Networked Era
  2. A201: Think Harder, Share BetterSlides
  • KMWorld 2015
  1. W2: Working Out Loud: Leading the Collective Intelligently
  2. A201: Measuring Value of Social TechSlidesRecap by Mary Abraham
  • KMWorld 2010
  1. W5: Managing the Networked Workforce
  2. B301: Thinking Allowed
  • KMWorld & Intranets 2006
  1. B302: Social Media & the BBC
  2. B304: KM 2.0: Ask the Experts


  1. Shift with Megan Murray
  2. State of the Net with Paolo Valdemarin
  3. Innovative approaches to creating the learning organisation Composing the Future, Innovation by Design
  4. Mergers and Acquisitions with Matt O’Neill
  5. Writing to change the world with Alison Jones
  6. Interview with Nathalie Nahai
  7. E20s Special with Rogier Noort
  8. Getting started with social media with Gary Turner



  1. We All Need to Grow Up
  2. Ten Steps to Success with Technology
  3. The Ultimate in Democracy
  4. Leaving a Trace
  5. Evolution on Steroids
  6. “Writing Ourselves into Existence”
  7. Literacy Re-discovered
  8. Mass Illiteracy
  9. Stating the Obvious
  10. Volume Control on Mob Rule
  11. Dealing with a Boss Who Doesn’t “Get It”
  12. The More You Give the More You Get
  13. “Ooh, That’s Interesting”
  14. The Network of Networks
  15. Real Leaders Have Followers
  16. Real Friends
  17. Too Much of a Good Thing
  18. Globally Distributed Conversations
  19. Conversations Can Only Take Place Between Equals
  20. Management by Being Interested
  21. Asking the Right Questions
  22. The Meaning of True Collaboration
  23. War of the Worlds
  24. The Inside is Becoming the Outside
  25. Your Staff are Your Best Advocates
  26. Creatively Messy
  27. Innovation and the Forces of Disruption
  28. No Such Thing as Conscripts
  29. Heading into the Great Unknown
  30. Be Strategically Tactical
  31. Back to Front ROI
  32. The Price of Pomposity
  33. Managing the Mess
  34. We Need More Rubbish
  35. Lines in the Sand
  36. Small Pieces Loosely Joined
  37. Unleash Your Trojan Mice
  38. Don’t Feed the Trolls
  39. When the Shit Hits the Fan
  40. Crisis Management
  41. The Best Way to be Safe is to be Open
  42. Radical Transparency
  43. The Revolution is Within
  44. It’s Your Party . . .
  45. A Final Word
  1. Early days
  2. Birth of the social web
  3. All about learning
  4. ‘Content management’
  5. Making a difference
  6. Towards connected leadership




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Knowledge Management Author and Speaker, Founder of SIKM Leaders Community, Community Evangelist, Knowledge Manager

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