Sharing and learning: the ‘glue and grease’ of comms and (I)KM


The ‘glue and grease’ – what a horrible expression!!!   The first time I heard a former colleague of mine use that expression to refer to the role of communication I didn’t like it either. But I’ve got to say that until I find a better expression for it, it’s a pretty accurate description of […]

Agile KM / development / facilitation and the fair of the year?


A short post as more of an update than anything else… This ‘Agile KM for me and you…’ blog has been going on for over seven years and its focus remains on social change through learning and knowledge work generally. I added ‘agile’ at some point to my focus on KM, explained why I did […]

Every *little* step you take is magic (well, it can be if it’s purposeful)


  In the series ‘Breaking Bad‘, lab chemist Gale Boetincher once talks about the purity of the crystal meth he can cook, guaranteeing his mafia boss 96% purity, a “hard-earned figure” he is proud of. The purity of his competitor (and future partner series hero Walter White)’s crystal meth is 99%. As Boetticher puts it: That last 3%, […]