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Author: Eleanor Windsor

I promised to share my thoughts following the ARK Group KM Summit a couple of weeks ago in London. It’s taken me a bit of time, partly with the normal day to day getting in the way (as usual!), but mainly because I’ve been taking…

Following on from John DiGilio’s insightful webinar (Cool Tools for Competitive Intelligence) and recent article, we have been thinking about which business intelligence tools are most useful for UK firms. In 2018 alone, 89% of large companies had dedicated business intelligence personnel, so it is…

Have you ever tried to access something online, only to be met with the message ‘sorry, this content is not available in your country’? This is a technology known as geo-blocking and it restricts individuals’ online activity. Based on your geographical location, geo-blocking can stop…

I had the pleasure of attending the ARK Group KM Legal 2018 conference in London, May 15-16—two days of presentations on the latest in KM trends and happenings, including discussion of the new global standard for Knowledge Management set by the International Standardization Organization or…

The following post from our UK team is composed in British English. Remote workforce support, like any new management idea, has had its leaders and laggards. According to The Work Foundation (Lancaster University), the UK has now reached the tipping point, in which more than…

On June 6th, Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP sent out a memo that it was raising associate compensation for the first time in nearly a decade. Last week the UK electorate voted in a referendum to exit the European Union. How are these decisions related?…

The Knowledge Management (KM) process has been identified and mapped in a variety of nuanced ways, but it can be summarized in three basic steps: Collect, codify and share.

We asked a provocative question last week about Knowledge Management, to communicate how the practice is evolving. The ability to capture and “manage” knowledge has been proven; the ability for an organization to learn from its accumulated knowledge can sometimes be elusive. We’ll finish up…