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KM Lobby PKS – Incredible Edition – Hélène Russell

This podcast is part of the Because You Need to Know series from Pioneer Knowledge Services.

Hélène Russell of TheKnowledgeBusiness is a lawyer (non-practicing) and expert in knowledge management (KM).

After working in litigation defense work for eight years, Hélène worked in-house as a knowledge lawyer (this is an in-house subject matter expert and KM support for a department). She has worked as a self-employed KM consultant since 2008.

Hélène specializes in translating complex academic thought leadership and cross-boundary theories into practical tools to improve the efficiency and profitability of real-life law firms. She has a particular interest in encouraging the sharing of more complex forms of knowledge and the people-challenges of KM.

As part of her executive MBA, Hélène studied antecedents to knowledge sharing within UK law firms for her dissertation.

Hélène runs regular open KM training online and a global online KM training group under the Knowledge Network brand, and bespoke in-house training.

Hélène is the author of the Knowledge Management Handbook published by the Law Society of England and Wales, Practical Projects in Legal KM published by Legal Monitor, and a contributor to five books by Ark. Practical Projects in Legal KM was declared “clear, succinct, jargon-free and one of the most pragmatic KM texts I have come across … Anyone dealing with legal KM should have a copy of this book. It’s as simple as that” by Head of Client Knowledge and Learning at Linklaters, Ian Rodwell.

Hélène has spoken at various events: Ark’s KM Legal, Butterworth’s PSL conference, and for UWE, BLS and Allice.

For further information on Hélène Russell’s work as KM author, trainer & consultant, please visit:

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Edwin K. Morris

Edwin K. Morris is the president and founder of Pioneer Knowledge Services which produces the educational program, Because You Need To Know. It is part of the mission to educate and bring awareness around knowledge management and nonprofit concerns.

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