KM Conversation: Achieving Independence; Tips for Knowledge Managers
In an upcoming free “KM Conversation” webinar on April 22nd, knowledge management expert Stan Garfield will discuss independence—what it means, what it takes, and why it’s a prerequisite for KM program success.
Knowledge Managers must achieve independence from the IT department, foster independence for users, and develop a KM program that is so compelling it secures advocacy and a powerful place within an organization.
At Lucidea, we’re always interested in Stan’s insights on what sets a knowledge management program up for success. In this webinar, he’ll show that technology is only part of the solution, and offer tips to help you foster user engagement and secure program level advocacy at the senior leader level.
Over the course of his career, Stan Garfield has worked with, observed, and interviewed KM leaders to capture and develop best practices for KM programs. He shares them through Lucidea’s webinar series, as a guess blogger, and through his book for Lucidea Press, “Proven Practices for Promoting a Knowledge Management Program”.
Please join us for “Achieving Independence; Tips for Knowledge Managers” on Wednesday, April 22nd, 2020 at 11 a.m. Pacific, 2 p.m. Eastern. Reserve your seat in this 60-minute session with Stan!
(Can’t make it to the live event? Register anyway and we’ll send you a link to the recording and slides afterwards).
Register now or call 604-278-6717.
Please read Stan’s blog posts offering advice and insights drawn from many years as a KM practitioner. And learn about Lucidea’s Inmagic Presto, with KM capabilities to support successful knowledge management programs.
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