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Stephen Dale

KM Matters Download - John Girard, Ph.D. - 0 views

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    "Download a PDF version of Knowledge Management Matters"
Gary Colet

Knowledge management failure factors - 0 views

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    Interesting read, but misses the 2 key factors: Lack of 'embedding knowledge sharing in the day to day business process instead of separate from it and the 'KM' title itself . If you have to explain it to a manager or engineer etc, you have a problem.
Stephen Dale

Knowledge Management Tools - 1 views

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    This is a knowledge management site covering the theories, frameworks, models, tools, and supporting disciplines that are relevant to both the student and the practitioner.
Stephen Dale

Why AI won't replace all human data analysts | VentureBeat | AI | by David Crawford, Al... - 1 views

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    While AI is a master of pattern recognition, algorithms can only operate on parts of the world that humans can precisely describe to it.
Stephen Dale

Recipe for a good YamJam | digitalworkplace - 0 views

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    YamJam is the name used by many Yammer networks to define a focused online discussion, where a group of people get together at the same time to share ideas, questions and views usually on a single topic. YamJams can broadly be considered like online press conferences with everyone having a voice.
Gary Colet

Why Facts Don't Change Our Minds - The New Yorker - 0 views

  • In a study conducted at Yale, graduate students were asked to rate their understanding of everyday devices, including toilets, zippers, and cylinder locks. They were then asked to write detailed, step-by-step explanations of how the devices work, and to rate their understanding again. Apparently, the effort revealed to the students their own ignorance, because their self-assessments dropped. (Toilets, it turns out, are more complicated than they appear.) Sloman and Fernbach see this effect, which they call the “illusion of explanatory depth,” just about everywhere. People believe that they know way more than they actually do. What allows us to persist in this belief is other people. In the case of my toilet, someone else designed it so that I can operate it easily. This is something humans are very good at. We’ve been relying on one another’s expertise ever since we figured out how to hunt together, which was probably a key development in our evolutionary history. So well do we collaborate, Sloman and Fernbach argue, that we can hardly tell where our own understanding ends and others’ begins. “One implication of the naturalness with which we divide cognitive labor,” they write, is that there’s “no sharp boundary between one person’s ideas and knowledge” and “those of other members” of the group.
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  • ween one person’s ideas and knowledge” and “those of other members” of the group.
Gary Colet

My first profound TV interview  - learning from failure #failoutloud - 0 views

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    KIN has long stressed the importance of learning from failure. In this short, funny and revealing post, David D'Souza publicly shares his experience of what not to do in a TV interview. His post uses humour, it's punchy (note the bullet points) and is in the first-person. I doubt I'll ever be on TV, but everyone could immediately relate to and learn from this. Now that's real learning from failure - the antithesis of a dry 'lessons learned' report.
Gary Colet

5 Steps to Help Yourself Recover from a Setback - 0 views

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    An alternative process for learning from failure
Stephen Dale

Cognitive bias cheat sheet - Better Humans - 0 views

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    Type of cognitive bias categorised into for main problem areas.
Stephen Dale

Leading and Learning: How to Feed a Community - Tanmay Vora - 0 views

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    In the communities that we choose to belong to (online and offline), we have to do our part in feeding it. It is only when we are generous about sharing our gifts that we build credibility to receive anything meaningful in return, build influence, thought leadership and learn.
Stephen Dale

Smart Wikis - rapidly connecting people to prime information, most relevant ata and bes... - 1 views

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    "Smart Wikis™ combine Artificial Intelligence and knowledge concepts with your existing IT to provide integrated collaborative working environments that anticipate each user's personal information needs and surround that user with seamless and non-obtrusive forms of assistance."
Stephen Dale

What It Takes To Be Human (Paid Post by UBS From The New York Times) - 1 views

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    This is a journey to explore the latest innovations in AI and, most importantly, its human element, to ultimately answer the controversial questions: What physical human characteristics and emotions must a robot have to make people react to it? And, obversely, Can AI recognize human emotions?
Stephen Dale

GKIM Skills Framework | CILIP - 0 views

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    The GKIM Professional Skills Framework has been revised and was relaunched at the GKIM conference in April.
Stephen Dale

Dunning-Kruger effect - RationalWiki - 1 views

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    The Dunning-Kruger effect, named after David Dunning and Justin Kruger of Cornell University, occurs where people fail to adequately assess their level of competence - or specifically, their incompetence - at a task and thus consider themselves much more competent than everyone else. This lack of awareness is attributed to their lower level of competence robbing them of the ability to critically analyse their performance, leading to a significant overestimate of themselves.
Stephen Dale

Blog - 0 views

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    The coming-of-age of artificial intelligence, 'social robots' and big data is having a massive impact on the way decisions are made in organisations. It follows that if we are to maximise know-how and expertise, the outputs from this technology-enabled channel must be integrated into how we work. Augmenting judgment and experience in this way also supports the move towards evidence-based decision making.
Stephen Dale

Green Chameleon » Conducting a Knowledge Audit - 1 views

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    A series of video tutorials explaining different practical knowledge management techniques for conducting a Knowledge Audit.
Stephen Dale

Center for Evidence-Based Management - 0 views

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    The Center for Evidence-Based Management (CEBMa) is a non-profit member organization dedicated to promoting evidence-based practice in the field of management. We provide support and resources to managers, consultants, organizations, teachers, academics and others interested in learning more about evidence-based management.
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