Luke Naismith - Workshop - KM Middle East 2011

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Luke Naismith - Workshop - KM Middle East 2011

  1. 1. Applying KM in the Middle East Context KM Middle East 2011 16 March Afternoon Workshop Applying KM in the Middle East Context • Luke will facilitate an interactive workshop to explore what does and does not work in the region. Specifically, participants will: * Use anecdote circles to start to gather the information. * Conduct group work to identify themes and characters and collectively come up with traits. * Time permitting, develop archetypes.www.kmmiddleeast.com 1 info@kmmiddleeast.com
  2. 2. Workshop Question(s) • What are the factors that promote or inhibit the adoption of effective knowledge management practices in the Middle East? • Is the Middle East context significantly different to others for undertaking knowledge management projects? Workshop Approach • This workshop will use interactive knowledge management techniques to explore the issue • These same techniques can be applied in your workplace to address specific issues – A mix of Cognitive Edge techniques, narrative inquiry, strategic foresight applications and sensemaking will be usedwww.kmmiddleeast.com 2 info@kmmiddleeast.com
  3. 3. KM as an Integrated Support System Anecdote Circleswww.kmmiddleeast.com 3 info@kmmiddleeast.com
  4. 4. Cynefin Model COMPLEX KNOWABLE (COMPLICATED) Cause and Effect do not repeat Cause and Effect separated Pattern management Reductionist Approaches Probe-Sense-Respond Sense-Analyse-Respond Emergent Practice Good Practice CHAOS KNOWN (SIMPLE) No Cause - Effect relationship Cause and Effect repeat Crisis management Process engineering Act-Sense-Respond Sense-Categorise-Respond Novel Practice Best Practice Causal Layered Analysis The “Litany” official public description of issue Problem Causes Social Science Analysis: Short-term historical facts uncovered. Solution values Social, Economic, with structures Cultural Discourse Analysis: World- view solution often in World-view consciousness transformation Metaphors and Myths Myth/Metaphor Analysis: Solution can rarely be rationally designed In solving difficult problems, we need to be aware of the worldviews and the myths and metaphors that frame possible solutions.www.kmmiddleeast.com 4 info@kmmiddleeast.com
  5. 5. Toolbox Cardswww.kmmiddleeast.com 5 info@kmmiddleeast.com

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