Archive for the ‘Knowledge Management’ Category

This month Ted Tjaden is leaving our library team. He is the National Director but he is so much more. He has inspired and mentored many librarians. His door is always open to talk about knowledge management or library trends to others. My first experience with Ted was by reputation, when he was promoting his […]

My last post was about how I am trying to create a knowledge management strategy in my position at a new firm. I’ve been at Tapper Cuddy LLP since the middle of March, and I am slowly getting to know the firm members and the contents of the library. One of the comments my column received […]

My latest column on Slaw is up. I’m trying to figure out how to use the practice of knowledge management to provide better service to my new firm. Any advice out there would be greatly appreciated! ~ Karen

I just came across this post from Mary Abraham (Above and Beyond KM) which references another writer I mention a lot, Seth Godin. The original post by Seth caught my eye, but it wasn’t until Mary went into more depth with it, that I got a full sense of the value of it. I agonize a lot over […]