5 more ideas to improve your knowledge-sharing culture (2)

October 9, 2012 at 9:15 am Leave a comment

5 more ideas of easy-to-manage, practical ways to improve your knowledge-sharing culture

  1. Find a single lunchtime/evening/breakfast to go along to a knowledge-sharing group. You don’t have to find the time to commit to going every time, just go once.
  2. Make a mindmap of ideas to improve knowledge-sharing. You don’t have to do any of them this month, just map out the ideas ready.
  3. Find a single blogpost one of your fee earners has written about their topic and find another blog where it would make a good guest post.
  4. Think of a fee earner who has gone the extra mile in relation to knowledge-sharing and take them a coffee and say thanks.
  5. Look at your most recent KM strategy and pick one objective. Write it on a card and pin it somewhere where you can see it. Promise yourself that you will think of one small way each month that you can take a babystep towards that goal each month.

What bite-size things do you do to help with your knowledge-sharing culture?

For personal advice and help, visit TheKnowledgeBusiness, or if you prefer to DIY, get your own copy of “Knowledge Management Handbook” from Law Society Publishing here.

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