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Von: David Griffiths https://blog.community-of-knowledge.de/blog/david-griffiths-club-der-km-visionare-folge-1/comment-page-1#comment-1437 Mon, 06 Feb 2012 18:19:15 +0000 http://blog.community-of-knowledge.de/?p=1498#comment-1437 Can I first say that I am flattered and privileged to be considered in your review…Thank you for taking such an interest in my work!

In return, I am getting quite a few enquiries from your first article in december, about publications, conferences etc. Also about freee resources… Our free KM M-Model is here http://www.perigeantechnologies.com/The_KM_Meta-Model.php Please, enjoy exploring it and get in touch to let us know your thoughts. Insofar as publications etc… the following is an up-to-date list from the last two years…please, let me know if you want access to any of them, though most are avaiable for freee on my blog page.

Conference Papers

Griffiths, D.A. and Morse, S.M. (2009) A paper on Knowledge Management, University Forum for Human Resource Development, 10th International conference – June 09, Newcastle

Griffiths, D.A. & Morse, S.M. (2009) Knowledge Management: Towards overcoming dissatisfaction in the field, World Academy of Science Engineering and Technology – June 09, 54, 724-735

Griffiths, D.A. (2009) A model to challenge the Knowledge Management Field, 10th International Conference on Knowledge Management, Hong Kong

Griffiths, D.A. & Evans, P.E. (2010) Scaling the fractal plain, University Forum for Human Resource Development, 11th International Conference – June 10, Pecs

Griffiths, DA and Koukpaki, S (2010) The problem with Knowledge Management, University Forum for Human Resource Development, 11th International Conference – June 10, Pecs

Griffiths, D.A., Hughes, A. & Maraghi, F. (2011) Taking the lead: The role of Higher education in Societal Knowledge Management, 10th OECD conference on the theme of Entrepreneurship and Society: “Creating Social, Economic, Cultural and Personal Value, January 2011

Academic Publications

Griffiths, D.A., Koukpaki, S & Martin, B. (2010) The Knowledge Core: A new model to challenge the Knowledge Management field, Journal of Knowledge Systems Science, 1(1), 3-17

Griffiths, D. A., Koukpaki, S. (2010) Are we stuck with Knowledge Management: A case for Strategic Human resource Development, Journal of Knowledge Systems Science, 1 (4), 41-60

Griffiths, DA and Evans. PE (2011) Scaling the fractal plain: Towards a general view of knowledge management, Journal of European Industrial Training, 35(8), 779-807

Griffiths, D. A. (2011) Knowledge and learning at the new frontier: A case study in an emerging market, Journal of knowledge management practice, 12(1)

Griffiths, D.A., Maraghi, F. & Evans, P. (2012) Taking the lead: The role of Higher Education Institutions in Societal HRD, Advances in Human Resource Development, Societal HRD special edition, pending

Professional Publications (Reports)

Griffiths, D. A (2011) Knowledge Management: New principles for better practice, London: Ark Publications

Professional Publications (Case Studies)

Griffiths, D. A (2011) The Unichem Case Study, CIPD Case Study Club

Professional Publications (Articles)

Griffiths, D.A. and Moffat, D. (2011) Protecting the value of what you know, Policing Today, online http://www.policingtoday.co.uk

Griffiths, D.A. (2011) I say tomato, Inside Knowledge, 14(7), 26-29

Griffiths, D.A. (2011) KM is dead! Long live knowledge!, Inside Knowledge, 14(9), 5-7

Griffiths, D.A. (2011) KM Fairy Tales, Managing Partner, June/July, 60-63

Griffiths, D.A. (2011) Reaping growth through KM, Managing Partner, October, 60-61

Griffiths, D.A. (2011) The state of Knowledge Management, KM World, 20(10), 16-17 and 28

Griffiths, D.A. (2012) Building for a future: Creating KM strategies to take your organisation forward, InPerspective (CPA Magazine), winter, 30-31

Keynote or Plenary Presentations

Griffiths, D.A. (2010) The critical factors in managing knowledge, presented at KM Russia, Moscow

Griffiths, D.A. (2010) How to manage knowledge, presented at KM Asia, Singapore

Griffiths, D.A. (2011) The critical factors in managing knowledge, presented at the University of Dublin LINK Seminar Series, Dublin

Griffiths, D.A. (2011) A strategy for Knowledge Management, presented at KM
Asia, Singapore

Griffiths, D.A. (2011) The future of Knowledge Management, presented at Vision 2030, Bahrain

Griffiths, D.A. (2011) What drives Knowledge Management, presented at K-Net 2011, Edinburgh

Griffiths, D.A. (2011) Strategy and tactics for Knowledge Management, presented at the European Training Foundation Living Knowledge Seminar, Turin

Griffiths, D.A. (2012) The cost of relearning what you already know, presented at KM Kuwait, Kuwait

Griffiths, D.A. (2012) The future is dynamic, the future is knowledge, presented at Niveus Performance Improvement seminar, Finland

Griffiths, D.A. (2012) Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning, presented at the University of Henley KM Conference, Henley

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