Slide Deck for KM & IC presentation by Matthew Loxton
Thanks Matthew for a great presentation! Here is the comment stream:
Mary Adams: I love the door handle analogy (last thing a patient mentions on the way out the door). We see it all the time. The root problem is usually not mentioned...
Leif Edvinsson: Pls link up with "Richard McDermott" <firstname.lastname@example.org> for similar thinking
Bill Miller: Embedded immune systems
Leif Edvinsson: This is called intelleigent clothes, machines etc.
Bill Miller: MIT things that think
Mary Adams: No rush Matthew
Leif Edvinsson: How do measure Understanding? What metrics
Mary Adams: The intersection of social media and knowledge management is like a new chapter...
Bill Miller: Dialog is better than lecture
Leif Edvinsson: So SM adn KM will start to interplay
Leif Edvinsson: ah, the written or visualized story telleing is creating so called structural capital that is asyncronic in time
Leif Edvinsson: Positive gossip...
Bill Miller: Photos in Facebook add a kind of storyboarding
Dr John Dumay: Mtthew you should write this up for my special edition of JIC
Dr John Dumay: Just what I am after...
Dr John Dumay: Curiosity = Gap
Leif Edvinsson: the image showing that Knowledge is in between
Mary Adams: I love the idea of everyone pulling learning back into the company. I wonder how training in using the tools is important?
Dr John Dumay: generating Intellectual Curiosity
Peter Spence 2: Your concept of mobilising IC is clear through your presentation John – in addition to leadership, the social/relational aspects Matthew has emphasised appears central to the mobilisation of IC – any thoughts on the importance of developing organisational wide collaboration and negotiation competencies to support the mobilisation of IC?
Leif Edvinsson: Very good steps
Dr John Dumay: yes
Dr John Dumay: Current work i am doing looks at accounting lock-in being a necessary precondition to mobilisation
Bill Miller: How do the steps change for radical innovation?
Mary Adams: What do you mean by "test the message integrity"?
Jayaraman Rajah Iyer: Good to measure IC and actions on IC
Mary Adams: Thanks for the clarification!
Leif Edvinsson: What did you mean on High index on curiosity
Leif Edvinsson: Saper Vedere, said Leonardo da vinci
Mary Adams: Matthew says "memetic view of innovation. Matured elsewhere. Put in an environment that doesn't have defense mechanism to kill it.
Bill Miller: That's what entrepreneurs do
Bill Miller: except it hasn't matured - it's an infant
Dr John Dumay: Love to have this type of story on the project
Dr John Dumay: yes
Dr John Dumay: as many as you have
Jayaraman Rajah Iyer: Both John & Mathew are on interesting stories paticularly on behavioural changes.
Dr John Dumay: Yes, a bit like sensemaking
Dr John Dumay: From Aristotle
Stephen Selby: For those who are not aware, my former department put up a bunch of SME IC reports done over the past two years.
Dr John Dumay: Stephen can you get me access to these?
Stephen Selby: http://www.ipd.gov.hk/eng/icm.htm
Dr John Dumay: Thanks
Matthew Loxton: Happy to!
Stephen Selby: 10 minutes...
Stephen Selby: email@example.com
Dr John Dumay: Stephen what about stories from HK
Stephen Selby: Can do stories from HK.
Dr John Dumay: Maybe do a version of the survey in Chinese?
Peter Spence 2: Wonderful presentations again – well done and thank you! And thanks to all for valuable input
Dr John Dumay: thanks Mary for your support
Leif Edvinsson: In Poland both Stock exchange and Minsitry is working on IC of Poland
Jay Chatzkel: What I was going to say is that there is an approach called community management that would help facilitate communication across individuals and groups - see www.behyondthedeal.net/NewsletterNovember11.pdf. I use it in the context of mergers and acquisitions and the embedded knowledge from individuals in both organizations to bring their personal and process knowledge into a cross organizational conversation.
Matthew Loxton: If I missed any questions please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr John Dumay: Thanks Matthew
Jay Chatzkel: Mathew's structure dovetails very well with this.
Leif Edvinsson: Great thanks and Happy IC
Stephen Selby: Have a happy Festive Season, all!
Peter Spence 2: Thanks Mary, goodnight all and all the bestg for festive break
Matthew Loxton: Travel safe and be curious!
Dr John Dumay: merry Christmas all
Jayaraman Rajah Iyer: Happy New Year
Dr John Dumay: OK Cool thanks Mary
Peter Spence 2: Thanks Mary, well worth it, bye
Here are some specific responses to questions I missed during the session
I have blogged on the KM presentation and although it duplicates some of the arguments, it is a nice companion to the slides.