ⓘ Dave Snowden. David John Snowden is a Welsh management consultant and researcher in the field of knowledge management. Known for the development of the Cynefin ..

                                     

ⓘ Dave Snowden

David John Snowden is a Welsh management consultant and researcher in the field of knowledge management. Known for the development of the Cynefin framework, Snowden is the founder and chief scientific officer of Cognitive Edge, a Singapore-based management-consulting firm specializing in complexity and sensemaking.

                                     

1. Education

Snowden graduated in 1975 with BA Hons in philosophy from the University of Lancaster, where he was a member of County College. He obtained an MBA in 1985 from Middlesex Polytechnic.

                                     

2. Career

Snowden worked for Data Sciences Ltd from 1984 until January 1997. The company was acquired by IBM in 1996. The following year Snowden set up IBM Global Servicess Knowledge and Differentiation Programme.

While at IBM Snowden researched the importance of storytelling within organizations, particularly in relation to expressing tacit knowledge. In 2000 he became European director of the companys Institute for Knowledge Management, and in 2002 he founded the IBM Cynefin Centre for Organisational Complexity. During this period he led a team that developed the Cynefin framework, a decision-making tool.

Snowden left IBM in 2004 and a year later founded Cognitive Edge Pte Ltd, a management-consulting firm based in Singapore. As of 2016 he is an associate professor extraordinaire at the University of Stellenbosch Business School, and an honorary professor in the school of psychology at Bangor University.

                                     

3. Works

Snowden is the author of several articles and book chapters on the Cynefin framework, the development of narrative as a research method, and the role of complexity in sensemaking. In 2008 he and co-author Mary E. Boone won an "Outstanding Practitioner-Oriented Publication in OB" award from the Academy of Managements Organizational Behavior division for a Harvard Business Review article on Cynefin. In 2008–2009 he wrote a column for KMWorld on trends in technology, "Everything is fragmented". He is an editor-in-chief of the journal Emergence: Complexity and Organization.

                                     
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