Aslib – The Association for Information Management*

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Aslib – The Association for Information Management offers the following Knowledge Management education and training opportunities:


Open / On-site / One-to-one Workshops

  • Collaborative and Knowledge Creation Tools
  • Knowledge Harvesting, Transfer and Retention
  • Practical Knowledge Management for Information Professionals
  • Building and Deploying a Corporate Taxonomy
  • Implementing Knowledge Management Initiatives
  • Knowledge Architecture: An Exploratory Workshop
  • Organising Digital Information and Knowledge
  • Information Architecture
  • Knowledge Management
  • Enterprise Information Architecture: an introduction
  • Knowledge Management Forum
  • Knowledge Mapping…the Next Step
  • Knowledge Organisation for Knowledge Management
  • Knowledgeware on Trial

Special Interest Groups

  • Aslib Knowledge and Information Management Network (KIMNET) 1)


  • Aslib Knowledge and Information Management Network: Bi-monthly open meetings on aspects of KM (Knowledge Management) or IM (Information Management)
    • Sept 2006: From fire-fighting to organisational problem-solving
      Dr John Paul Kawalek, ThinkTank International
    • July 2006: Knowledge Management under pressure
      Peter Griffiths, Head of Information Services, Home Office
    • May 2006: Knowledge Management in complex project environments
      Charles Egbu, Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland
    • March 2006: Knowledge Management and new ways of working
      Leela Damodaran, Professor, Loughborough University
    • Jan 2006: The limits of Knowledge Management
      Harry Scarbrough, Professor, Warwick Business School
    • Nov 2005: Delivering real value from IM & KM: gaining and sustaining senior management support
      Stuart Ward, Forward Consulting
    • Sept 2005: Practical experience of implementing KM in changing times
      Linda Wishart, Department of Health
    • July 2005: Information and knowledge architecture – the essential blueprint
      Bob Bater, Infoplex Associates
    • May 2005: Making space for knowledge Angela Dove, A Dove Consulting
    • March 2005: Weaving knowledge into the organisational fabric
      Chris Collison, Centrica
    • Jan 2005: Preservation and re-use of knowledge
      Robert Workman, BNFL
    • Nov 2004: Developing a world class knowledge resource: the British Library in the 21st century
      Jean Naylor, British Library
    • Sept 2004: Open up! Meeting the challenge of the Freedom of Information Act
      Colin Crooks, Department for Education and Science
    • July 2004: Knowledge Management: Where now? Where next?
      David Skyrme, David Skyrme Associates Ltd
    • May 2004: Classification and taxonomies within BBC New Media
      Martin Belam, BBC
    • March 2004: Developing category lists
      Danny Budzak, BeingDigital
    • Jan 2004: Turning knowledge into a commercial proposition
      Frank Nigriello, Unipart
    • Dec 2003: The Knowledge Café
      David Gurteen, Knowledge Consultant, Gurteen Knowledge
    • Oct 2003: The Knowledge Network – joined up government in action
      Chris Hancock, KM Director, Office of the e-Envoy
    • July 2003: Practical, living taxonomies Derek Sturdy, Managing Director, Granite and Comfrey
    • May 2003: Communities and information professionals – knowledge at the coalface
      Jacky Berry, Head of Information Services, Linklaters
    • March 2003: Making knowledge visible – information products, the neglected information asset
      Liz Orna, Orna Information and Editorial Consultancy
    • Jan 2003 (1st KIMNET):A knowledge management journey – from web to workplace
      Ibrahim Gogus, Knowledge Management Director, Oracle Corporation
    • March 2002: The 5 Do’s and 5 Don’ts of Knowledge Management: An interactive session to make KM simpler for us all
      Dr. R. Angus Hearmon, Atos Origin UK
    • September 2001: Knowledge Transfer
      Victoria Ward, Spark Knowledge


  • 2013 ASLIB Knowledge & Information Strategy Summit (AKISS)
  • Mobilising Knowledge for Business Performance**
    • Mobilising Knowledge for Business Performance: Practical Solutions for the Real World, 8 May 2003, London, UK
    • Mobilising Knowledge for Business Performance: Practical Solutions for the Real World, 8 May 2002, London, UK

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