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The International Knowledge Management Institute (KM Institute) c/o KM Mentor 1) offers the following Knowledge Management education and training opportunities:

Certification

  • (e-)Certified Knowledge Manager (CKM) – 3-days/5-days
  • (e-)Certified Knowledge Specialist (CKS)
    • (since 2018) Specialist Areas:
      – Agile and Design Thinking for Knowledge Management
    • (since 2012) Specialist Areas:
      – Knowledge Transfer and Continuity (was: Knowledge Transfer Process; Intellectual Capital Management);
      – Taxonomy (was: Taxonomy Solutions; Taxonomy and Search);
      – Knowledge Capture for Action;
      – Information Architecture and ECM (was: Information Architecture);
      – Social Knowledge Management – Collaboration and Communities (was: Digital Transformation, Social Knowledge Management; Collaboration and Communities; Communication & Collaboration)
      – discontinued: Transformational Change Management Leadership**; Innovation and Knowledge Management**; Social Business**
    • (2005-2007) Specialty Topic Areas: Appreciative Inquiry; Business Disciplines (BPR, TQM, ISO9000, CMM, etc.); Change Dynamics & Management; Communities of Practice; Complexity (Chaos) Thinking & Applications; Content Management; Customer Relationship Management; Decision Support; Human Capital; Information Architecture; Innovation & Creativity; Intellectual Property; Leadership; Learning Theory; Knowledge Audits/Mapping; Knowledge Economics; Knowledge Engineering; Knowledge Management Methods (Methodology); Knowledge Management Performance (Metrics); Knowledge Management Sciences; Knowledge Management Techniques; Knowledge Management Technologies; Organizational Learning; Personal Knowledge Management Skills; Project Management; Semantic Web & Networks (TBD); Storytelling & Narrative; Strategic & Systems Thinking; Knowledge Workforce Performance; Workgroups & Teams
  • (e-)Certified Knowledge Practitioner (CKP) Program – Implement Grassroots Knowledge Management
  • Master Certified Knowledge Manager (MCKM)**
    • (since ) Competency Areas: Transformational Leadership (KM410 Series); Innovation (KM415 Series); Knowledge Assessment and Evaluation (KM420 Series)
    • (2005-2007): A practicum program for CKM-ers
  • Personal Knowledge Manager (PKM)™ Certification**
  • Knowledge Management Team Certifications**
  • Certified Nuclear Knowledge Manager**
  • Certified Knowledge Consultant**
  • Certified Knowledege Expert**
  • Certified Knowledge Worker**

Master Classes

  • Taxonomy Design
  • Knowledge Capture for Action
  • (online) Information Architecture
  • Innovation and Knowledge Management
  • Knowledge Management Leadership**
  • Social Knowledge Management – Collaboration and Communities (was: Social Knowledge Management and Community Management)
  • Knowledge Transfer Process
  • Digital Transformation in the Workplace

Training

  • (e-)KM100; (e-)KM101
  • Knowledge Management Awareness Series (since 2009): Knowledge Management in 90 Minutes (online), (e-)KM101 – Go Live!, Executive Briefing, Knowledge Management Lunch & Learn**, (e-)KM100**
  • Knowledge Management Executive Briefings
    – KM300 – The Knowledge Imperative
    – KM301 – (Adv) The Knowledge Imperative
  • Change Management Symposium
  • Knowledge Management Transformation Solution (custom training: Blended Workshops, Online, Integrated Virtual Workshops, Train the Trainer)
  • (e-)Knowledge Management Essentials (for KM Practitioners)**
    – KM401 – Knowledge Management Fundamentals for Practitioners
    – KM402 – Knowledge Management Essentials for Practitioners
    – KM403 – Advanced Knowledge Management Essentials for Practitioners
  • KM Fundamentals (for general professionals)**
    – KM100 – Knowledge Management Fundamentals for Professionals (1/2 day)
    – KM101 – Knowledge Management Fundamentals for Professionals (2 days)
    – KM102 – Advanced Knowledge Management Fundamentals for Professionals
    – KM112 – Personal Knowledge Management
  • Knowledge Management Professional (KMP) Program**
    – KM102 – Advanced Knowledge Management Fundamentals for Professionals
    – KM112 – Personal Knowledge Management
  • Knowledge Management Training for the Enterprise**
  • Private Seminars (onsite) – Custom Knowledge Management Training Solutions**
  • Demystify Knowledge Management (KM) Seminar
  • KMI/USPDI Seminar Series
    – May 17-19, 2005: Hands-On Knowledge Management/li>
  • KM Solutions Showcase Seminar Series
    – #3 October 12, 2005: Knowledge Management – Tips, Tools and Technology for Personal Success
    – May 24, 2005

Conferences

  • Knowledge Management Solutions Showcase (KM Showcase)*

Multimedia

  • Video series
    – “Agile and Design Thinking” 10-part video series
    – “Intro to Knowledge Transfer…” 7-part video series

KMI Int’l & Partners

Authorized Training Centers (in the past, these partners were referred to as (International) KM Institutes™)

Communities*

  • International Knowledge Management Certification Authority (IKMCA)*
  • International CKM Alumni Association
  • Communities of Practice
  • Communities of Interest (30 defined domains or 17 industry sectors)
  • Chapters 2)
    • Africa: Sudan, South Africa*
    • Asia: Bangalore (India) (ever launched?), Cebu City (Philippines), Hanoi, Vietnam, Malaysia
    • Europe: London (UK), Brussels (Belgium), Basel (Switzerland)
    • Middle East: Kuwait (ever launched?), Dubai (UAE)
    • North America: Boston, Chicago, Dallas/Ft Worth, Hampton Roads, Houston (ever launched?), Kansas City (est. 2006), Northern New Jersey, Ottawa, Rocky Mountain Chapter, San Diego, Washington DC (est. 1998 (KMCI), 2001 (KMpro), 2006 (KMI), 2011 (KMA), 2018 (KMCDC))
  • #KMers chat (hosted by weknowmore)

Meetings**

Kansas Chapter Meetings

  • 2006-05 (kickoff meeting): Demystifying Knowledge Management – Weidner

Washington DC Chapter Meetings

  • 2011-06 (Knowledge Management Featured Speaker): Knowledge Jam Workshop Sharing Hidden Know-How – Kate Pugh, AlignConsulting
  • 2011-02 (Knowledge Management Featured Speaker): If Knowledge Work is All Touchy-Feely, Where Does this Leave Knowledge Management? – Dr. Mark Addleson, George Mason University School of Public Policy
  • 2010-10 (Knowledge Management Featured Speaker): Why Do Great Knowledge Management Programs Fail? – Steve Denning
  • 2010-07 (Knowledge Management Buzz Session): Beyond the LMS – Social Performance Support Systems Turning Training Upside Down; Taming the Wild Beast – a New Way to Think About Change Management; Secrets of the Publishing Industry Revealed: How to Leverage Your Knowledge Management Assets to Create Demonstrable ROI
  • 2010-05 (Knowledge Management Café; Part of Knowledge Management Conference): Barriers to Collaboration and Knowledge-sharing within an Organization; Driving Organizational Change Through Social Computing; Crowdsourcing for Knowledge Management; Governance – How to Encourage Social Computing without Risking Content; From Social Media to Enterprise 2.0.; The Knowledge Maturity Model (Knowledge ManagementM™) – What’s your Knowledge Management Maturity and the Way Forward?
  • 2009-12 (Knowledge Management Café): Keep your grass cut and your music down! What causes some communities to flourish and some to wither away?; The Relationship between Social Media and Knowledge Management; Beg, Borrow, Steal – Making use of free Knowledge Management portals on the Internet; What can Life Coaching teach us about the Creation of New Knowledge?; Decentralized Knowledge Management – Discover what you don’t know
  • 2009-10 (Knowledge Management Buzz Session): n.a.
  • 2009-08 (Knowledge Management Buzz Session): Knowledge Mapping – Knowing What You Know… and Don’t Know; World Bank Group SmartLessons: Using Storytelling to Share Knowledge; Media Partnerships – Communicating Knowledge Across the Generations
  • 2009-04 (Knowledge Management Café: Government KM; Part of Knowledge Management Conference, Apr 28-29): Leadership in the Knowledge Age; Federal Knowledge Management Initiative: the Time for Change is Now; Green Knowledge Management: Preserving Knowledge to Preserve the Environment; Knowledge Management in Support of Organizational Transformation; Younger Generations, Conflict and Leadership in a Knowledge Management World; Make it New! How Communities of Practice can Help Innovate Federal Government
  • 2008-12 (Knowledge Management Café: Web 2.0): Social Networking – Meet me at the corner of Bit and Byte – How we are using social networking to build knowledge; The Mobile Workforce – How organizations are using Web 2.0 to connect their employees and enable them to work from anywhere; Wikis and Collaboration from an Enterprise Perspective; Personal Branding – The Brand Called You; Micro-Blogging in the Enterprise; Lessons from Open Source; Game Theory and Social Learning Theory – What to gain from both and how to apply to your individual, social or organizational learning
  • 2008-09 (Knowledge Management Buzz Session): Idea Generation Tools – Democratizing Business; Knowledge Retention Best Practices; Enterprise Search – Turning Find into Act
  • 2008-03 (Knowledge Management Buzz Session): How to Motivate Knowledge and Information Sharing; Importance of a Standard Technology — Platform for Knowledge Management; No-Budget Knowledge Management
  • 2008-01 (Knowledge Management Café): Beyond the Suggestion Box: Idea Management and Innovation; Online Collaboration – Best Practices; Understanding Knowledge Management from Diverse Views; Personal Knowledge Management; The Pieces of the Knowledge Retention Puzzle; e-Learning; How to Run a Pilot for a Knowledge Management Initiative
  • 2007-11 (Knowledge Management Buzz Session): Translating Knowledge Management in the Real World; Standing up a Knowledge Management Program – Lessons Learned from the Trenches; Knowledge Management 2.0; (cancelled) Enterprise Content Management – It’s not about the Documents
  • 2007-09 (Knowledge Management Café): Appreciative Inquiry; Communities of Practice; Knowledge Work Competencies; Personal Knowledge Management; The Role of Civility in Fueling Creative Engagement and Knowledge-Sharing at Work
  • 2007-06 (Knowledge Management Buzz Session): Getting Started with Business Taxonomy Design; 4 Generations in the Workplace; Benefitting From Learning Theory
  • 2007-03 (Knowledge Management Buzz Session): Knowledge Management in K-12 Education Robert Swanwick; Power of Storytelling in Communities of Practice (CoPs); No Budget Knowledge Management
  • 2007-01 (Knowledge Management Cafe and Book Signing Event): Storying; Storytelling and Presentation Skills; Cross Generational Knowledge Sharing at NASA; Every Hotel Tells a Story; Intersection of Project Management and Story at NASA; Fact Based Stories Capture Process; Stories Power Brands; Tacit Knowledge Transfer; Stories and Interpersonal Relationships; When Difficult Times Call for a Story; Derive Knowledge Management Principles from Stories; Engaging Leaders to Action through Stories; Featuring the Book: Wake Me Up When the Data is Over – How Organizations use Storytelling to Drive Results
  • 2006-11 (Knowledge Management Buzz Session): Continuity Management – Preservation of Knowledge and Productivity; Social Computing & Web 2.0; Enterprise Communities 2.0
  • 2006-10 (Knowledge Cafe!): Communities of Practice; Metrics; Learning Theory; Human Capital; Knowledge Management Technology; Content Management; Innovation; Audits/Mapping
  • 2006-07: Can’t Move Knowledge in Your Organization? Let’s See Why
  • 2006-06: The Nexus of Learning and the Virtuous Cycle
  • 2006-05: Knowledge Cafe discussion
  • 2006-04: Personal Knowledge Management – Techniques for Success in the Knowledge Age
  • 2006-03: Vertical Search – Successful Implementations for Finding Knowledge in a specific Area of Practice
  • 2006-01 (Inaugural/Re-vamp Chapter Event): Knowledge Management at IBM; Knowledge Management Initiatives at GSA/PBS

#KMers chat (weekly twitter chats)

  • May 2012: Status and Trends in Social Media for Knowledge Management
  • Dec 2011: Role of Industrial and Organizational Psychology in Knowledge Management; Knowledge Management Quotes, Proverbs and Sayings
  • Nov 2011: Connecting Knowledge Management Communities; Open Space Chat: Chat about anything! Ask anything! Whatever you want; Knowledge Management and Collaborative Innovation
    Oct 2011: External Communications as Knowledge Transfer; Open Space Chat; The Role of Diversity in Knowledge Management; After Action Review
  • Sep 2011: Social Computig and Knowledge Management; Research or Die – The Necessity for a Knowledge Management Research Program; Knowledge Management in Non Profit Organizations; Knowledge Management for entertainment
  • ??? Aug 2011: Challenging for a new economic ressource; Knowledge Management Bookwriting
  • Jul 2011: Influence of behaviour on knowledge transfer; Managing content through version control
  • Jun 2011: Knowledge Management vs. Information Management
  • May 2011: Knowledge Management Day Dreaming; The Importance of Search in your Knowledge Management Solution; The Wizard of Knowledge Management; So You Want to be a Knowledge Management consultant?
  • Apr 2011: Wisdom in Organizational Contexts; On knowledge transfer: Why grandma’s kitchen demo trumps any cookbook; Finding a balance in knowledge work between fast flow and slow space
  • Mar 2011: Why, Where, How I blog; Revisiting Previous #KMers Chats; The Great Wall – Knowledge Sharing Barriers and Remedies to Get Past Them; Role of Industrial/Organizational Psychology in Knowledge Management
  • Feb 2011: Knowledge Management Models and Practices; Community lurkers: does the 90-9-1 percentage rule really apply, and if so, so what? ; Corporate Storytelling and Knowledge Management; Corporate Social Media vs Intranets
  • Jan 2011: Knowledge Management Light: Harnessing the Power of Social Media; If I were my Boss I would… ; Personal Knowledge Management and Self-Management
  • Dec 2010: Social Media for Education; Innovation
  • Nov 2010: Developing a Community; Building Knowledge Management Expertise; KMers.org One Year Anniversary Chat; Knowledge Hub; Personal Profiles
  • Oct 2010: Introducing Change in Knowledge Management to an Organization; Lessons Learned in Lessons Learned; Social Media; Building The Perfect Brainstorm; Relating structured and unstructured knowledge processes
  • Sep 2010: Getting people to share information; Social Governance in the Enterprise; Reading and Writing Changes through ITCs; Training Community Managers and Facilitators; Retaining the Knowledge of People Leaving your Organization
  • Aug 2010: Modeling (documenting) the focus areas within the knowledge management community; Sharing is Caring; Knowledge Management Literature Tips; Let Go of Control – Encourage and Monitor
  • Jul 2010: Strategies for integrating user-generated content within an internal knowledge base; The Knowledge Management and Application Domain; KMers.org Community Chat – experiences with previous chats, and ideas for future chats; Growing Virtual Communities within Your Organization to Reach the Future FIRST
  • Jun 2010: Knowledge Management for Development; Knowledge Management, Organizational Structures and People; Turning Conversations into Content; Knowledge Management Strategies
  • Apr 2010: The Changing Role of Information Professionals: New Opportunities Created by Enterprise 2.0; A world without Knowledge Management?; The Future of Knowledge Management; Joint #innochat – Spreading innovation knowledge throughout the organization; How Does Knowledge Management Support Innovation?
  • Mar 2010: Expertise Location; Evidence vs. Experience; What is wrong with Knowledge Management?; Knowledge Management Beyond the Firewall; How do you market Knowledge Management in organisations?
  • Feb 2010: Knowledge Management and Google Wave; Monitoring, Assessing Knowledge Management; Personal Knowledge Management; Knowledge for Innovation
  • Jan 2010: Success Stories and Best Practice of Knowledge Management Implementation in Enterprises and Organizations; Lead by Example and Model Desired Behaviors (Stan Garfield Tips part III); A KMers workgroup project; Stan Garfield’s 13 Knowledge Management Tips (Part II); Knowledge Management predictions for 2010
  • Dec 2009: Starting a Knowledge Management Programme; Stan Garfield’s 13 Knowledge Management Tips (from KMWorld09)
  • Nov 2009: Best Knowledge Management Ideas from KMWorld; Emerging Knowledge Management Technologies; Starting a Knowledge Management Programme

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