These articles, websites, and books further explain the tools found in the knowledge mobilisation toolkit
The Oxford Review – Can knowledge management really change organisational culture? by David Wilkinson
Bartlett, Jennifer A. Creating a Knowledge Infrastructure: KM in Libraries Library Leadership & Management Vol 30, No 3 (2016)
Corfield, Alison; Paton, Rob Investigating knowledge management: can KM really change organisational culture? Journal of Knowledge Management 20.1 (2016): 88-103.
Non-urgent advice: Books
Consult our list of longer reads for books and lonnger reports on knowledge mobilisation
Knowledge Management Weekly Update – a weekly publication based on the hashtags #KM and #Knowledge Management created via paper.li.
Knowledge into Action Toolkit – NHS Scotland
NHS Knowledge Mobilisation Framework E-Learning flyer: How To Search The Literature Effectively, a step by step guide to success E-Learning.
Contact [email protected] for the flyer in an accessible format.
Storytelling Reading List
Find out more about how to tell and use stories with the following resources:
6 Principles for Communicating Your Story - Fuda, P (2014)
10 Benefits of Communicating Through Story - Fuda, P (2014)
Business Storytelling: Using Stories to Inspire - MindTools (2014)
The art of purposeful storytelling - HBR Blog Network (2011)
The irresistible power of storytelling as a strategic business tool - HBR Blog Network (2014)
Using stories to persuade - HBR Blog Network (2014)
How to tell a great story - HBR Blog Network (2014)
Learning Handbook: Storytelling - NHS Improving Quality (2014)
For more information about Storytelling and their use within organsiations as a way of sharing knowledge and helping learning
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