Lucidea’s Lens: Knowledge Management Thought Leaders Part 73 – Ross Dawson

Stan Garfield

Stan Garfield

June 06, 2024

Ross Dawson is a leading futurist, speaker, strategy advisor, author, and entrepreneur. He is Founder & CEO of Informivity and Chairman of Advanced Human Technologies Group based in Bondi, New South Wales, Australia.

Ross has expertise in future thinking and long-term strategy, entrepreneurship, scenario planning, network economy, corporate innovation, parallel entrepreneurship, crowdsourcing, social media, high-value relationships, influence networks, Social Network Analysis, shared value creation, and concept visualization.


Humans in the Future of Work

Eight steps to thriving on information overload

  1. Set information objectives.
  2. Select your information sources.
  3. Set time aside for reading.
  4. Filter aggressively.
  5. Be open to useful information.
  6. People are your best resource.
  7. Develop your reading and note-taking skills.
  8. Sleep on it!

Human + AI Resources

A set of resources to help you and your organization amplify productivity and create a better future by integrating the unique capabilities of humans and AI.


Stan Garfield

Stan Garfield

Please enjoy Stan’s blog posts offering advice and insights drawn from many years as a KM practitioner. You may also want to download a free copy of his book, Lucidea’s Lens: Special Librarians & Information Specialists; The Five Cs of KM from Lucidea Press, and its precursor, Proven Practices for Promoting a Knowledge Management Program. Learn about Lucidea’s Presto, SydneyEnterprise, and GeniePlus software with unrivaled KM capabilities that enable successful knowledge curation and sharing.

**Disclaimer: Any in-line promotional text does not imply Lucidea product endorsement by the author of this post.   

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