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Stories in a connected world

Executive summary version. Academic version available. At the center of the Knowledge Sharing Canvas lies a beautiful component of knowledge sharing: stories. Stories have the power to “connect” information with the recipients. Stories deepen the context; they build retrospective and prospective analyses. They announce, resonate, and change behavior....

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Engage your employees, but how ?

by Raphaël Briner, Co-founder & CMO In May 2016, Smile london opened a new conference format. Three rooms in parallel to allow for everyone to choose from different topics. The format was called Smile Workshops and emphasized interaction amongst participants.  I was a speaker myself and was giving a...

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Investing in existing or new knowledge ?

by Raphaël Briner, Co-founder & CMO Smile london was opening a new conference format. Three rooms in parallel to allow for everyone to choose from different topics. The format was called Smile Workshops and emphasized interaction amongst participants. In order to encourage interaction between an average of 35...

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The Age of Social Knowledge has arrived (Whitepaper)

Knowledge Management is one of the hardest tasks facing any large organisation. Now with the rise of social platforms large companies finally have the ability to harness the power of crowds inside the heads of their thousands of staff. When our UK partner Simply Communicate asked over 100...

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Lee Bryant interview: the importance of socialising knowledge

The MD of Postshift believes that companies have spent too much time and money on databases to store documents rather than developing the tools and behaviours necessary to spread knowledge. by Marc Wright, Simply Communicate Lee Bryant has always been at the forefront of applying knowledge management...

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Knowledge Sharing Canvas

by Raphaël Briner This might look like a football strategy map, but trust us, it isn't! Albeit the experience might lead you to observe a few passes and tackles being shared amongst midfielders and forwards...