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In the know: culture, addiction, pace, and trust

Welcome to our new feature, “In the know” – a regular roundup of knowledge management (KM) topics of discussion and the videos and podcasts that are grabbing the attention of KM experts across our community. Suggested by Arthur Shelley: Arthur recommends this 5 minute segment of a wider speech where Dr. Gabor Maté shares “insights on human nature and the implications modern society/culture has on our ability to ‘Achieve...

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Decolonising knowledge by empowering the margins

This article is part of a series of articles on decolonising KM. In the above episode of The Know Show Podcast, Dr Romina Istratii explores important aspects of the decolonisation of knowledge, including the historical dominance of western science, English language, and Anglophone publishing standards in academic knowledge production. The podcast is also available on Apple Music and Spotify. Dr Romina Istratii is the co-founder of...

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Because You Need to Know – Jacob Løfdahl

This podcast is part of the Because You Need to Know series from Pioneer Knowledge Services. Jacob Løfdahl is a knowledge management and innovation professional drawn to the field of human computer interaction, and the creation of technological structures and processes meant to enhance productivity through the design and implementation of IT solutions aimed at meeting corporate and end-user needs. Jacob earned a Master’s in...

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Journal review: International Journal of Knowledge Management (IJKM)

This article is part of a series that is progressively reviewing journals for their KM content. Official Journal Synopsis The International Journal of Knowledge Management Systems (IJKM) provides a forum for academics, researchers, and educators to analyze global aspects of knowledge management from differing cultural perspectives and their use of knowledge and knowledge management. Covering all aspects of knowledge regulation and...

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Can the scientific approach help startups thrive?

Originally posted on The Horizons Tracker. For many entrepreneurs, the Lean Startup has become the go-to way to develop their proposition, with rough and ready prototypes developed to test market assumptions and rapid iterations then implemented based upon the feedback acquired. New research1 from Bocconi University explores how the approach can be improved upon using the scientific method.  The researchers worked with over 100...