Oct 08 2012

Patrick Lambe on Straits Knowledge’s Knowledge Toolkit

Published by at 5:56 am under knowledge sharing,Monday videos

plambeWhen I was in Singapore for KMSingapore, I was able to visit the offices of Straits Knowledge, where Patrick Lambe, Edgar Tan and Ng Wai Kong do amazing things to help their clients create and share knowledge. I’ve always enjoyed reading their Green Chameleon blog and have greatly appreciated (and envied, I must admit) Patrick’s sketching skills! While in the office, Patrick gave me a hands-on with their Knowledge Toolkit and I said, THIS IS SO COOL, let’s make a quick video to share. So here it is. Please forgive the typos on the text. You know me. Typo queen! I’m going to share this on KM4Dev as well, as i think my colleagues there will really like this as well. So GO SHARE KNOWLEDGE!

via Patrick Lambe on Straits Knowledge’s Knowledge Toolkit – YouTube.

5 responses so far

5 Responses to “Patrick Lambe on Straits Knowledge’s Knowledge Toolkit”

  1. wjpelson 08 Oct 2012 at 12:23 pm

    5:47 Help people participate in their own diagnostics and planning

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  3. Natalie Campbellon 11 Oct 2012 at 12:54 pm

    I LOVE this! Thanks for sharing Nancy. the tool is fabulous! This really resonates with me as a way to assess a situation and build solutions. I want one! I wonder if there is a handbook that accompanies it, given I cant fly to Singapore right now.

  4. Nancy Whiteon 11 Oct 2012 at 6:30 pm

    They have the KM Approaches Methods and Tools book, and each of the deck also comes with instructions, I believe. Pinging Patrick or Edgar!

  5. Patrickon 11 Oct 2012 at 8:48 pm

    Thanks for a great visit and the very nice words Nancy!

    Natalie – you can take a look at the full set at http://store.straitsknowledge.com/ and there is a video tutorial at http://www.greenchameleon.com/gc/blog_detail/conducting_a_km_planning_exercise/

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