What an unforgettable KM boss does


I am just coming back from Arusha, Tanzania where I was with a colleague who recently shared an article about what unforgettable bosses do. A very useful article, though quite general… …so a good opportunity to examine what an unforgettable KM boss does. Much of the rationale for bosses in general (in the linked article above) […]

Women, youth, disabled, minorities… learning and sharing with all that we are


Yesterday was International Women’s Day (8 March) – with the theme ‘Inspiring change‘. Two years ago, on that date, I celebrated the natural inclination of many women toward sharing and learning (as well as caring to share). This year, I want to use this occasion to reflect on all the minorities (hey, gender usually comes with […]

What to expect from a workshop – blinding, bridging and binding experiences?


To kick-start my last blogging week this year, I wanted to follow up on an exchange I had on Twitter with @cosmocat a.k.a. Chahira Nouira. A couple of weeks back she was sharing her expectations from a workshop she was attending (Online Educa Berlin, #OEB11 on Twitter) and it boiled down to ‘connecting, inspiration, learning’. […]

Go organic, go civic! #KMalreadyHappensAnyways


It’s the last week of my work at IRC and it’s a crucial moment to reflect on various aspects of the almost 10 years of experience I’ve had at IRC. More than a week ago I had a wonderful farewell party with my amazing future ex-colleagues; it gave me an opportunity to reflect already and […]

Share your questions: The personal effectiveness and knowledge survey


What a chance! I always thought that knowledge sharing and information management inside my organisation was left to the basics of organic gardening, that is: chaos, spontaneity and emergence. We always gave more attention to our external projects and clients; rightly so, of course, since our purpose is to work for others… But then you […]