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Knowledge Management training and education @
Boston Knowledge Management Forum*

(lydia) April 7, 2015

Boston KM Forum Suspended
Until Further Notice

The USA based Boston KM Forum, Inc., is a community of practice for people working in the field of Knowledge Management (KM), offering an environment for the exchange of ideas, best practices, and business opportunities through a variety of learning, communication, and networking settings. KM Forum works to develop programs that support personal and professional growth.

The Boston Knowledge Management Forum offers the following Knowledge Management education and training opportunities:

Meetings

  • Monthly Friday Morning Breakfast Meetings**
    List of Meetings
  • Monthly Thursday Afternoon Meetings
    List of Meetings
  • Bentley College Symposium**
    List of Symposia
  • Other Meetings
    List of Meetings 2002-04

Web Channels:

Boston KM Forum Boston KM Forum Blog

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Type:  1-11 hours,  English language,  Public KMedu,  1-99 US$,  Face-to-face KMedu,  Featured Providers: Northern America,  Offers from Communities,  United States of America (USA)
Tags: afternoon meetings, Bentley University, Best Practices, breakfast meetings, business opportunities, college programs, communication, communication settings, Data Management Association (DAMA), exchange of ideas, knowledge management, Knowledge Management Professional Society (KMPro), learning, learning settings, meetings, Networking, networking settings, personal growth, professional growth, Special Libraries Association (SLA), Systems Integration KM Leaders Community (SIKM Leaders)

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Legend:
* Provider does no longer offer any KMedu; This is a recurring conference
** This recurring conference / KMedu offer is discontinued

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