When KM becomes so relatively unimportant…

There are things in life that explain the relative unimportance attached to knowledge management.

Having a baby is one of them.

My son Ilan Jan was born on 12 June and we have been blessed with his advent in our life. For now, KM is totally on the back burner, but learning will be back on the agenda pretty soon, while going around the world through the eyes of a new born child.

Now is the time to enjoy though…

Ilan Jan - the reason why KM matters much less to me (just) now
Ilan Jan – the reason why KM matters much less to me (just) now

Published by Ewen Le Borgne

Collaboration and change process optimist motivated by ‘Fun, focus and feedback’. Nearly 20 years of experience in group facilitation and collaboration, learning and Knowledge Management, communication, innovation and change in development cooperation. Be the change you want to see, help others be their own version of the same.

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  1. Thank you Claude, Gauri, Peter!
    And for the record, Ilan is not Breton, nor even celtic (though it sounds like it could be) but hebrew… I thought it had Turkish origins though, as I first heard the name of the Turkish saxophone artist Ilhan Ersahin.



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