Networked knowledge in action - #jboye14 Philadelphia tutorial

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Knowledge is power. But how do we acquire the right knowledge? At the intersection of innovation, networking and knowledge sharing lies enormous potential, but also plenty of pitfalls and unexplored risks of making mistakes and wasting time. Still, those organizations and individuals that “dare to share” and move towards more transparency and openness are finding that it makes good business and career sense.
Networked knowledge in action is our 2014 conference theme. Knowledge sharing has been a buzz topic for a while; something we should “do more of” and “become better at”. But many of you are telling us that this is damn difficult. Few have managed to make real strides, despite having spent time and resources on getting sophisticated technical solutions such as SharePoint in place. Why is it proving so hard?
Perhaps we need to start somewhere else. Perhaps it is not a change of software, but a change of mindsets and cultures that needs to happen. Sharing openly and freely is not a natural part of most people’s DNA – and is much harder still for most large organisations with their many layers of complexity. Many are still governed by a strong “gatekeeper” mentality. Sharing ideas and assets, internally as well as outside the organizational walls (fire and brick) can make the organization more attractive in a multitude of ways and lead to better results, performance etc. The digital channels will not bring about this change on their own, but they are vital components in this transformation.

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Networked knowledge in action - #jboye14 Philadelphia tutorial

  1. 1. Networked knowledge in action Philadelphia, May 2014 Janus Boye, J. Boye jb@jboye.com, @janusboye
  2. 2. How well do you know each other?
  3. 3. Knowledge is power
  4. 4. What is networked knowledge?
  5. 5. When do you need networked knowledge?
  6. 6. The BIG issues
  7. 7. What works What doesn’t
  8. 8. Define Design Develop Deploy
  9. 9. From Tom Halsør, Norwegian Broadcast Corporation
  10. 10. How do you reach outside your organisation for help and input?
  11. 11. The real disruption
  12. 12. The real disruption Faster respond to change Collaborate on a larger scale Better listen to our customers Re-use proven methods in a scalable way
  13. 13. Learn to accept change Experience might make you less willing to…
  14. 14. From HBR – June 2005
  15. 15. From Smithsonian Web strategy wiki
  16. 16. 2012: Sharing is caring
  17. 17. How do you recognize experience?
  18. 18. How do you recognize experience? The ability to say no Sharing that shifts obstacles Asking the right questions
  19. 19. 2013: Turn experience into advantage
  20. 20. From Alzheimers UK
  21. 21. Fail fast Easy in theory, but tough in practice
  22. 22. 2014: Networked knowledge
  23. 23. Why do we want more knowledge sharing when we are drowning?
  24. 24. How do we move mountains?
  25. 25. What is next?

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