KM Singapore 2015

Here are links to John’s presentations are KM Singapore 2015: Keynote Workshop Here are some photos from my: Keynote Workshop

Sales & Marketing Middle East 2015

I enjoyed the opportunity to visit the UAE for Sales & Marketing Middle East 2015.  Overall this was an excellent event with world-class speakers.  I was delighted to be in the company of such great […]

Defining KM through Team Conversations

Here is my recent article from GLOBE: a publication of iKMS About ten years ago I stopped showing a definition for knowledge management in the KM workshops I facilitated. My reasoning was twofold. First, I […]

Beyond Conversation

Beyond Conversation

Here is my recent article from Management Issues It can’t have escaped the notice of anyone who stays abreast of trends in management thinking that storytelling is very much in vogue and conversation the new […]

Thanks for the memories

Here is my December Management Matters column in Prairie Business Magazine A question that has haunted organizational leaders for decades is: Do we know what we know? Lew Platt, CEO of HP, famously stated, “I wish we […]

The world is a library

Here is my Novemeber Management Matters column in Prairie Business Magazine I collect inspiring Native American proverbs. I am often amazed how these maxims have passed the test of time and remain sage advice for today’s leaders. […]

SAIS 2015 Keynote

John’s keynote “Big Data: Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue?” at Eighteenth Annual Conference of the Southern Association for Information Systems (SAIS) in Hilton Head, SC is available here.  

KM Middle East 2015

KM Middle East 2015 was a great success thank to the great speakers! Below are links to the presentations: Dave Snowden Lieutenant-Colonel Mansoor Yousuf Mohammad Al-Girgawi Dr. Ghada Amer Karuna Ramanathan Dr. Mohamed Abdul Aziz […]

Tech Chat 02/12/2015

Here is this week’s Tech Chat, which features stories about the rise of robots, some perceived privacy concerns with Samsung’s SmartTVs and a new app designed to monitor students who skip classes.