“One way of talking that inhibits the exchange of knowledge is speaking with conviction. That may seem contrary to what we’ve all learned in communication and leadership workshops, where one […]Read more
How things work in organisations.
So just over a month ago – just after landing back from my few days in Brisbane – I spent a few days down at Wildwood Retreat in Pennyroyal Valley with twelve […]Read more
The Art of Conversation
Some recent research has highlighted the transformative power of conversation. I presented on this topic at the Melbourne KMLF last night. This was one of three “Ignite” format presentations done […]Read more
Making Collaboration Happen
I presented on this topic at Ark Group’s Collaboration Site Visits event in Sydney on 8 September. The Slide Pack is now available on SlideShare here. This was a half-day workshop, […]Read more
Presentation – The Idea Monopoly?
“Nearly 60 percent of projects aimed at achieving business change do not fully meet their objectives.” – IBM, 2008. Why does this happen? As many working in Knowledge Management and […]Read more
Culture, knowledge sharing and the Ocker
As part of some training material I have been writing for a client, I have revisited some related work I was engaged in some years ago. One of the other […]Read more
Engage, Energise, Empower
For some time I have been working with a team of highly-skilled consultants in a business consultancy group called “The 3e Factor”. A new website for the group has just gone […]Read more
I’ll be off to trampoline in just a few hours, with the intention of doing a presentation on “The Idea Monopoly?” I have blogged on this topic before, and you […]Read more
Mr. Conroy, you are Talking Cock!
Talking Cock (v.): A Singaporean term meaning either to talk nonsense or engage in idle banter. – The Coxford Singlish Dictionary Over the last few years, I have had the privilege of […]Read more
“It is a mistake to think you can solve any major problem just with potatoes.” – Douglas AdamsRead more