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PEER ASSIST! Calling all charters, codes of conduct and guidelines

Posted to Gurteen Knowledge-Log by David Gurteen on 27 October 2014

 


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PEER ASSIST! Calling all charters, codes of conduct and guidelines
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Posted DateMonday 27 October 2014 07:49 GMT
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Sparknow would love your help. They're currently doing some benchmarking of cultural charters at organisations - knowledge, information, records management, behaviour, values, greenness, diversity, ethics, moral compass, risk management, even running effective meetings - in fact any charter, code of conduct or guidelines that codify and make explicit what's expected of people and what they can expect of each other.

An example of a charter, and of bringing it to life, would be the Natural England's 2008 ‘ask, learn, share' knowledge charter which you can read a little about here

Could you please share with Sparknow
  • any charters, codes, guidelines etc (by whatever name) at all that you might have been part of making or involved with implementing
  • any case studies you like, have experienced or know about
  • any personal experiences of how (not) to get something like this done
They will consolidate whatever they get and share it back of course, upholding a principle of generosity and generating shared resources.

All contributions and queries to Victoria Ward victoria.ward@sparknow.net



If you are interested in Knowledge Management, the Knowledge Café or the role of conversation in organizational life then you my be interested in this online book I am writing on Conversational Leadership
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