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Blog Post: Why do we believe things that aren’t true?

By David GurteenI think Philip Fernback makes an important point aboout what it means to be human in this talk.: "Consider how common it is for groups of people to believe things that just aren't true. Right now, in this moment, it feels like we're in the midst of an epidemic. The explosion of fake news shows how easy it is to dupe people on the left and the right, and science denial has gone mainstream. Simplistic...

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Event: Online Knowledge Management Training Course, 16 Nov - 25 Dec 2020, United Kingdom

Link: Gurteen KnowledgeDate: 16 Nov - 25 Dec 2020Organizer: IMA InternationalLocation: United KingdomThis Knowledge Management (KM) online training course is a 6-week programme specifically designed for key personnel in NGOs, government, UN agencies and private sector organisations. You work from the comfort of your own home or office. Designed to fit around your schedule and allow you to learn when you learn best. You complete the...

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Blog Post: Dancing with change: Cultivating healthy organizations

By David GurteenEric Lynn of cultureQs has written a new book Dancing with change: Cultivating healthy organizations. This is what Eric says about the book: "The focus of this book is Change. It is also Organisation and Society Health. These two notions are so intricately intertwined that they are inseparable in the context of living communities. Change is possibly the most broadly misunderstood concept in society at large, and...

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Blog Post: World Values Day Knowledge Cafe 2020

By David GurteenWorld Values Day is an annual campaign to increase the awareness and practice of values around the world. For the last four years, in partnership with Charles Fowler, I have held a Knowledge Café as part of the event, so this year's Café will be the fifth since our first one in 2016. Whenever we engage in conversation, whether one-to-one or in a group, face-to-face or online, we have the opportunity to put our...

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Blog Post: Gurteen Knowledge Tweets: August 2020

By David GurteenHere are some of my more popular recent tweets. Take a look, if you are not a Tweeter, you will get a good idea of how I use it by browsing the list of micro-posts. How Our Minds Mislead Us: The Marvels and Flaws of Our Intuition https://buff.ly/32jjINu 20 Questions to Make Meaningful Connections https://buff.ly/3aUpRDO How to Make Someone Feel Extraordinary by Saying Very Little https://buff.ly/2Q7hQl0 BBC...

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Event: 21st European Conference on Knowledge Management, 02 - 04 Dec 2020, Coventry, United Kingdom

Link: Gurteen KnowledgeDate: 02 - 04 Dec 2020Organizer: ACPILLocation: Coventry, United KingdomECKM is the longest running Academic KM Conference in Europe. It has run in Universities in many cities around Europe, including: Barcelona, Paris, Lisbon, Dublin, Oxford, Glasgow, Aix-au-Province, Bled, Venice, Nice, and Belfast, to mention only a few. More than 2,000 academics ranging from Deans of Faculties and Schools to PhD candidates...

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Event: Online Knowledge Management Training, 24 Aug - 02 Oct 2020, Online

Link: Gurteen KnowledgeDate: 24 Aug - 02 Oct 2020Organizer: IMA InternationalLocation: OnlineKnowledge Management online training (24 Aug 20-02 Oct 20) This Knowledge Management (KM) online training course is a 6-week programme specifically designed for key personnel in NGOs, government, UN agencies and private sector organisations. You work from the comfort of your own home or office. Designed to fit around your schedule and allow you...

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Blog Post: Gurteen Knowledge Tweets: July 2020

By David GurteenHere are some of my more popular recent tweets. Take a look, if you are not a Tweeter, you will get a good idea of how I use it by browsing the list of micro-posts. Why Conservatives and Liberals Are Not Experiencing the Same Pandemic - Heterodox Academy https://buff.ly/3bPWIsN /interesting A scientific study has found that “who one is” is largely defined by one's moral behavior, and not by one's memory...

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Blog Post: Innovating Together

By David GurteenI recently spoke on innovation and the role of conversation at the KIN Quarterly Workshop: "Summer 2020 – Innovation during Adversity" facilitated by Nancy Kinder. I was in good company with Claire Hartnell, Serena Snoad and Rosemary Nunn. You can watch recordings of all the sessions below. David Gurteen: Innovating Together Claire Hartnell: Culture� resilience and why big companies find it so hard to...

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Blog Post: The Myth of Thamus and Treuth

By David GurteenWhen we think about humankind's evolution, starting some 200,000 years ago, particular inventions were a significant step forward for our species. The invention or should I say the evolution of language, the development of writing, the invention of the printing press, and then more recently the Internet and the World Wide Web were major information/knowledge revolutions. But have you ever thought that some of these...