In an upcoming free “KM Conversation” webinar on February 26th, knowledge management expert Stan Garfield will discuss how colleagues can interact to co-create a KM system that’s far more useful than a content-only repository or a standalone social platform.
As part of our latest series on best practices for KM, Stan will share details of how colleagues can interact to:
- Exchange ideas
- Share experiences
- Work together on projects
- Solve problems together
and create a KM system that’s far more useful than either a:
- Content-only repository
- Standalone social platform
He’ll also describe how knowledge managers can create compelling opportunities to collaborate, through:
- Enhancing content
- Building communities of practice
- Sharing and reusing knowledge
Please join us for “KM Conversation: Proven Practices for Social Collaboration” and hear about many best practices for KM on Wednesday February 26, 2020 at 11 a.m. Pacific, 2 p.m. Eastern. Register now or call 604-278-6717 to 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).
Check out Stan’s book, Proven Practices for Promoting a Knowledge Management Program, published by Lucidea Press. Please also read his other posts offering advice and insights drawn from many years as a KM practitioner. Finally, learn about Lucidea’s Inmagic Presto, with KM capabilities for the connected organization.
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