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One year ago Stan Garfield published a short guide on how to make collaborative communities succeed. It was a modest document (just 13 pages, really big type), but the Communities Manifesto took off like a rocket and has been sparking tweets, blogs, quotes and conversations ever since. Stan, community evangelist for the Global Consulting Knowledge Management Group at Deloitte, also led KM initiatives at Digital Equipment, Compaq and HP. Tune in to Collaboration Pizza to hear Stan’s approach to managing 30 internal communities of practice worldwide and his take on the #1 success principle for any enterprise CoP. Live May 19, 2011 at 3:30 pm ET, or downloadanytime.
Let’s say you’ve sunk megabucks into knowledge sharing
systems and training, but to no avail. Don’t despair, and don’t spend
another dime on technology. Kate Pugh, author of ‘Sharing Hidden Know-How: How Managers Solve Thorny Problems with the Knowledge Jam,’
suggests your next step is a good conversation. Her Knowledge Jam
model—based on structured, 90-minute dialogues between people with
insight and people who want it--is a proven way to close the gap between
collecting information (where it typically languishes in ‘knowledge
jail’) and actually using it. Tune in to Collaboration Pizza
to hear Kate describe the approach she refined at Fidelity, Intel,
BankOne and PWC Consulting. Live on Thursday, April 28, 2011 at 3:30 pm
ET, or download anytime.