You can download soft copies of some of the models included in Knowledge Works from the individual Book Theme pages or from the list below. Click on the red underlined text to start each download:
1. Survey to help you map the knowledge flows of your organisation.
2. Maturity model to assess your organisation’s knowledge enabled innovation capability - use as the basis for peer learning.
3. Maturity model to assess your organisation’s capability to get knowledge value from Electronic Document and Records Management Systems (EDRMS) – use as the basis for peer learning.
4. “Highway Code” communication material to help you encourage people to use your organisation’s Electronic Document and Records Management System.
5. Maturity model to assess your organisation’s knowledge enabled decision-making capability – use as the basis for peer learning.
6. Coaching guide to improve individual decision-making in uncertain and ambiguous knowledge environments.
7. Knowledge Sharing Behaviours Competency Framework to help you develop a culture of learning and knowledge sharing.
Presentations, Webinars and Briefings
Click on the red underlined text to download these resources:
1. Presentation on various aspects of Knowledge Works tailored to the needs and interests of the oil and gas industry. The webinar can be found here
2. Podcasts on using social media in a business context. Part 1 is here. Two further parts to follow.
3. Presentation related to Knowledge Works given at the breakfast seminar called "From Disruptive to Productive - Putting Knowledge to Work" held in conjunction with Unisys on 11th May 2011.
Presentation by Jim Downie, Knowledge Solutions and Technology, Unisys Chief Technology Office, on the use of social computing at Unisys to enhance its knowledge sharing and collaborative environment.
4. Presentation on developing the discipline of reflection created by Professor Jane McKenzie.
5. Presentation on developing decision making to sustain growth in a challenging knowledge economy by Christine van Winkelen to Henley alumni in October 2011
6. Webinar by Jane McKenzie on developing organisational decision making capability - recorded October 2011. Register to view the recording.
7. Presentation at the breakfast briefing in London as part of the Leadership at Henley Series. 20th October 2011 "Developing ambidexterity: How leaders create the conditions to engage both sides of the organisatonal brain" by Jane McKenzie and Christine van Winkelen.
You can access the Henley White Paper detailing this research here.
We outlined a process to develop the capacity of people to handle dilemmas in chapter 7 of the book "Learning Organisation: The Next Generation", edited by Ton Bruining and published by ECLO and KPC Group. This is a freely distributed online book and you can download it here.