Small and effective steps to help your employees work out loud

helping employees to work out loud

Congratulations! Your company has implemented an enterprise social network. You drummed up excitement with your fancy launch campaign, created initial content on the platform and training material to help your colleagues understand the why and the what. Yet after the initial hype, interest and activitity are slowly fading. Most people Continue Reading

A change tactic for helping your executive management to work out loud

UN Security Council

Summary: In this post I present a change tactic to help executive management see the value of their company’s enterprise social network without risk and time commitment. Many employees only know the name of their CEO and that he probably earns lots of money. That is not much to trust Continue Reading

4 steps to get executive management use your enterprise social network

In a previous blog post I looked at WHY and HOW managers, especially executive managers, could and should use their company’s enterprise social network or social intranet. In this post I describe WHAT they can do to quickly get started. Quick recap from the previous post. Not only the technology Continue Reading

Changing one mind at a time: Influencing behaviour in legal KM projects

Together with co-author Shimrit Janes we published an article in the Ark Group’s latest publication called Legal Knowledge Management: Insights and Practice (link to the TOC and a sample). The article looks at crucial success factors of such change projects, but zooms in on the most daunting task: influencing people and Continue Reading

From knowledge management to knowledge networking

This presentation, given at the Legal KM Conference in London in May 2013, talks about these changes and challenges of introducing an enterprise social network in a professional (legal) environment and particular workstreams of a change acceleration programme. In the past, knowledge was treated as just another company asset, that Continue Reading