Companies can flog their employees and create fear but today with the younger generations entering the workforce those old practices can’t hold up.
Pick 3 Stan Garfield has many great posts on Knowledge Management, this is one of my favorites (LinkedIn Pulse). … More
n order to live a life of legacy everyday, it seems that we should practice working out loud. As life inspires us, we have an opportunity to take our thoughts and snippets of wisdom and do something with it to help others.
Write recommendations for others both inside and outside your organization. When someone does something for me at work, I will write his or her leadership about it. I write constructive thank you notes to people outside of work as well. It is important to recognize and reflect how people have a positive impact on your life. I have written about people who are living and people who have passed away as well “Remember Arden”
Speaking with Leadership and Working Out Loud Part 2 “Speak Up” Show up whenever possible (Part 1) Ask to speak … More
We were there to build trust and build knowledge through these trusted relationships. The high level objective was to learn and share in order to raise awareness with partners. The knowledge would then be used and reused to help reduce risk, save money and increase opportunities for operational and mission success.
The world was literally waiting for him (Pope Francis) but no one at that moment was more important to him over this family. For the boy, maybe nothing, for the parents it is hope. It is this recognition that we must have hope and that we must build trust and relationships beyond some social network construct. We must practice good listening and empathy over broadcasting. We must become “connectors.”
This week I read an article in WSJ Whatever happened to KM by Thomas Davenport where he discusses some anecdotal and data … More
The parable of the boiled frog is told to create a shared understanding around the key challenges in coping with … More
The Buzz Email has long been dead and buried. It is as dead as the notebook and pen. I saw … More