Networking in Berkshire - Business Event Details

Ian Wooler
  • Chieveley, Newbury, Berkshire
  • United Kingdom
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Business Name
IDW Ltd
Type of Business
Knowledge Management and MBTI® Consultancy
Job Title/Role
Director
Tell Us About Your Business (include a phone number if you're happy to receive calls)
I help organisations and individuals capture, transfer and re-use knowledge to improve performance, enrich business processes, and stimulate innovation - using enabling frameworks to create organisational environments in which knowledge flows as a 'system' and is managed strategically 'as an asset'.
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http://ianwooler.wordpress.com/
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Ian Wooler's Blog

How much knowledge is at risk in your organisation?

Posted on February 22, 2013 at 15:18 0 Comments

I've been working with a number of organisations to help them address their 'knowledge at risk' and 'knowledge retention' challenges.  Whilst it is very easy to rush in and take management action to address these, often urgent, challenges, a more considered approach will enable better actions to be implemented and in a sustainable way.

 

A good way to start to consider the knowledge at risk (from redundancy, office move, talent grabbing, early retirement etc) in your…

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Knowledge Management is vital to small-business competitiveness

Posted on January 18, 2013 at 10:52 0 Comments

Knowing how to manage knowledge is vital in any business but this can be more of a challenge in a small business where reasons for not managing knowledge better include lack of time; lack of staff; lack of training; and too many other (and conflicting) priorities.

However, where knowledge is one of the core assets of a small business, the ‘do nothing option’ is not really an option, and is certainly not sustainable as businesses not only need to leverage their existing knowledge, but…

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Decision making and problem solving - when the computer says "no"

Posted on May 15, 2012 at 13:28 0 Comments

Making well-informed decisions in business is difficult at the best of times, and particularly important when times are tough.  For example, when using MBTI (http://ianwooler.wordpress.com/2011/06/03/why-jung-still-matters-%e2%80%93-and-matters-to-knowledge-management/) as a frame of reference for making a decision we are reminded to take the following into…

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Are you getting the most from your open and closed questions?

Posted on January 18, 2012 at 18:25 0 Comments

It is often said that 'you cannot, not, communicate' and when doing business face-to-face (and networking) we place great importance (and inevitably make judgements) on the messages we receive from the body language of others.  In this context 'the body cannot lie' whereas 'words can be manipulated'.

An example of the positive and proactive 'manipulation' of words is in our use of Open and Closed questions.  I posted a blog about this yesterday and more information can be found via…

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