Thank you all for your great support – and a merry Christmas and happy holidays!


Dear readers, commenters, likers, raters, followers, friends and others, One more year of blogging. The first year – over the past five years of blogging – when I have managed to consistently blog throughout the year, month in, month out. 63 posts. Many comments, quite some likes and ratings. A good year. This is all […]

Revisiting the links between communication and knowledge management


At the fifth informal get-together of the Ethiopia/Addis Ababa KM4Dev network, one of the focused conversations we held was about the relations between communication and knowledge management. I wrote this year about how KM can power communication. I also blogged about the different families of engagement in which comms and KM can be found. The […]

I WANT (YOU) TO CHANGE! Yes but how?


There’s a lot written about change, change processes, change management, behaviour change, social change etc. This week again Chris Collison was wondering about what’s stopping us from putting knowledge into action, or in other words, from knowing to changing. This is a bit of an attempt to synthesise the pathways to personal (behaviour) change. What […]

Profile of the social learning hero


Social learning is back on the menu. It’s always been around but somehow the social media age and the increasing recognition of the complexity we have to put up with all point forcibly to the social nature of learning. And social learning is no easy task. It means grappling with others, getting hands dirty in […]