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Complexity and Knowledge Management Navigators…

David Griffiths PhD (Edin)

Organisational Complexity, Knowledge and Learning Navigator, Speaker, Author and Developer

Managing Director:  K3Cubed Limited

Email:  david@theknowledgecore.com

Twitter:  David ALKaME

Tel:  0044 (0) 7500 966998

LinkedIn: http://uk.linkedin.com/pub/david-griffiths/12/35b/937

“A bright young mind in the Knowledge Management world”


“Passionate and powerful sharing – [David is] enjoyable

“I’ve been to quite a few workshops which always focus on theory and best practice. David’s is different. This covered briefly on theories, but more importantly how what could be learned from other sources can be customised for each organisation. He taught me how to be a chef instead of a recipe book user”

9 comments on “David Griffiths PhD (Edin)

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  2. MCHATOS
    August 31, 2012

    I am really attached to this blog.It interesting and very educational especially because its in line with my study of profession-INFORMATION SCIENCE

    • David Griffiths
      September 2, 2012

      Thank you, I’m glad that you are finding it useful and thanks for making contact

    • Kamwi Max Mazunga
      September 3, 2012

      Helo MCHATOS

      I went through the forum too. It is active and looks promising. But i still have a question for David …How will we benefit to be here as students of KM?

      • David Griffiths
        September 3, 2012

        Hello Kanwi, I’m not sure I understand your question, “How will we benefit to be here as students of KM?” — Elaborate for me and I’ll try to respond.

  3. MCHATOS
    September 5, 2012

    Hi David

    As a student also I think Max is trying to say:looking at the past post in this blog,they are all detailed and very professional now that we are students how are we going to benefit.Does this means we can not post on the blogin relation to what we study in class in which we ask collegues have to comment to share ideas on a topic.I am doing Bachelor in information science and there is a course called knowledge management that I am doing.Cant I post questions like what is knowledge mapping and why is it necessary in an organisation?then open the flow for discussion?

    • kmazunga
      September 17, 2012

      Helo David..
      Thank you for the interactions once again. Sory for late resoponse. My question is based on an observation i made fro several KM blogs or forums. They discuss KM topics/Concepts at a level where it is easy to participate…like asking questions such as ‘WHAT IS TACIT KNOWLEDGE?’ or HOW DO YOU DEVELOP A KM STRATEGY?…While i apreciate the level at which you are handling posts, i was just trying to find out this forum could do the same..Most of the forums i tried are not active though they have the kind of posts i guess im looking for.

      Thank you

  4. Graham Cook (@GrahamCookRSVPD)
    February 18, 2013

    Hi – good to find this (local!) interest in resilience and learning. Organisations have always sought to understand why ‘soft skills’ are of business significance and I think you are working in area that helps them too!

    • David Griffiths
      February 18, 2013

      Graham, thank you! Hope we get the chance to chat at some point… Cheers, David

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