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The European Knowledge Management Forum (EKMF, European KM Forum or EKM-Forum), aka KnowledgeBoard, 1) has offered the following Knowledge Management education and training opportunities:


Special Interest Groups (SIGs)

    Knowledge Management Strategy and Vision, Knowledge Management in The Public Sector, Knowledge Management in SMEs, Communities of Practice, The Human Side of Knowledge Management, Assessment and Measurement, Critical Incident Management, Innovation, K-Business, Knowledge Management & Emotional Intelligence, Knowledge Management Implementation, Knowledge Management Processes, Knowledge Management Standards, Knowledge Management & Trust, Knowledge Angels, Next Generation Technology for Knowledge Management, Quaerere, Space, Theory & Terminology, Motivating and Incentivising Knowledge Sharing, Knowledge Management in Training & Education, Knowledge Management and Enterprise Modelling, NeiGhbOurhood – Knowledge Management for Non-government Organizations


    Geographical or European language based areas


KnowledgeBoard Contactivity**
The KnowledgeBoard Contactivity, successor of the KnowledgeBoard Fringe and a series of workshops and events held at KM Europe/KCC Europe Conference, is a multi-network gathering of people around a topic in Knowledge Management. A constructivist conference within a Communities of Practice (CoPs) framework, combined with co-creation design and collaborative technology.

  • 3rd KnowledgeBoard Contactivity, 29-30 November 2006, Centre for Educational Technology, Tel Aviv, Israel
    Conference Theme: A Nomad Exploration Tour: Exploring Knowledge Management the Israeli Way

      Exploration tours: Centre for Educational Technology; Dor Beach – archeological site; Israeli Aircraft Industries; Beit Hagefen – Arab-Jewish Centre; Teva Pharmaceuticals; Dor Beach – archeological site; B.G. Negev Technologies and Applications; Centre for Behavioral Research – IDF; The Bahai Centre in Haifa

      Exchange (Knowledge Cafe) workshops: Sharing experiences and ideas; Sharing experiences and ideas. What’s next?

      Star Guest and Speaker: Dave Snowden

  • KnowledgeBoard Contactivity 2006, 10-11 April 2006, University of Greenwich, Greenwich Business School, London, United Kingdom
    (in partnership with The London Knowledge Network and The Gurteen Knowledge Network)

      Power visual networking
      Organisational strategy simulation exercise
      Case studies workshop: Launch of and selected case studies from “Real-Life Knowledge Management: Lessons from the Field” KnowledgeBoard book
      ‘You the editor’ experimental workshop

      Co-created Workshops: Future Backwards, Open Space, Knowledge Café (Topic: What are the challenges and opportunities for Knowledge Management?)

  • KnowledgeBoard Fringe, 7-8 November 2005, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    (Track in conjunction with KCC Europe 2005 Conference, 7-9 Nov)

      Workshops: Open Source Knowledge Management; Future Zones; Knowledge cafe on Sustainability; A visual network; Market for ideas; Employee Knowledge Lifecycle; Co-creating The Effective Knowledge Worker Handbook; The Knowledge Game

  • KnowledgeBoard Event @ KM Europe 2004, 8-9 November 2004, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    (in conjunction with KM Europe 2004, 8-10 Nov)

    • Knowledgeboard – Building the European KM community, 8 Nov
      (KnowledgeBoard Conference Presentation)
    • Personal Knowledge Management? A collaborative exploration of personal experiences and business values, methods and tools, 9 Nov
      (KnowledgeBoard Open Space Workshop / Communities Program)

        Personal Knowledge Management is nothing new
        Role of emotions, especially fear, in change processes
        Personal Knowledge Management tools
        Case Study: Personal Knowledge Management of mobile salesmen
        Reducing cognitive overhead
        Personal Knowledge Management: taking responsibility as an activist to change your environment/world

        Conversations in small groups

  • EKMF Events @ KM Europe 2003, 11–12 November 2003, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    (in conjunction with KM Europe 2003 Exhibition – Association Programme, 10–12 Nov)

      Knowledge Organisation Transformation Masterclass, 11 Nov
      From Knowledge to Value – from KM to Innovation Management. Why innovation? Why now? (Workshop part of the EKMF Monthly Theme 9: Innovation and Metrics – from Knowledge to Value), 11 Nov
      The New KnowledgeBoard – Continuing the Success Together (KnowledgeBoard 2.0 project presentation session), 11 Nov
      KnowledgeBoard SIG & Zone Moderators Networking, 11 Nov
      ‘Organisational Constellations’ – Demonstration Workshop, 12 Nov

  • EKMF Events @ KM Europe 2002, 13-14 November 2002, London, United Kingdom
    (in conjunction with KM Europe 2002 exhibition, Nov 13-15)

      Motivating the knowledge workers: technology, rewarding and beyond, 13 Nov
      (Workshop part of the EKMF Monthly Theme 2: Motivating knowledge workers)

      What is hot in the European Knowledge Management community?, 14 Nov
      (European KM Forum Open Meeting)

      Setting up an European Network of Excellence for the Knowledge based Economy, 14 Nov
      (Knowledge Angels Open Meeting)

  • EKMF Events @ KM Europe 2001, 28-29 November 2001, The Hague, The Netherlands
    (in conjunction with KM Europe 2001, 27-29 Nov)

    • The Future of Knowledge Management in Europe, 28 Nov
      (EKMF Opening Meeting & Workshop)

        EKMF Scenarios Presentation
        The Future of Knowledge Management in Europe: (a) business, (b) research & development (Interactive Groups Discussions & Results Presentation Session)

    • Knowledge Management Standards – What Next?, Nov 29
      (EKMF Meeting)

        Short position statements from various actors on Knowledge Management Standards
        Discussions: Who should be involved in Knowledge Management standardisation initiatives at European level? Which should be the next steps?

Knowledge Management Summer Camp (KMSC)**
The Knowledge Management Summer Camp (KMSC), successor of the Knowledge Management Summer School (KMSS), is a dynamic and innovative working format able to unleash the energy of creative thinkers. Especially dedicated to Knowledge Management master and doctorate students but also open to practitioners and experts, the camp aims to create and explore the benefits of intense collaboration and learning experiences. The results of the interactions might emerge in the form of a future book. The Knowledge Management Summer School (KMSS) was also aimed at researchers at Masters and Ph.D. level and at practitioners with an interest in research. Participants gained insight into Knowledge Management models, theories, technologies, learning models, and emerging and existing themes in the Knowledge Management community of thinking. Research students had the opportunity to discuss their work with other researchers, academics and practitioners in Knowledge Management. They have beeb be able to position and validate their work in the context of European Knowledge Management research and ensure the practical and theoretical usefulness of their results.

  • Knowledge Management Summer Camp (KMSC), Portugal, 5-12 September 2004, Oeiras, Portugal
      Groupings: n.a.

  • 3rd Knowledge Management Summer School (KMSS 2003), 7-12 September 2003, San Sebastian
    Conference Theme: Knowledge Management in Action
    (in partnership with University of Nottingham, University of Bremen, Mondragon Ikerketa Kudeaketan)

      Communities of Practice

      Knowledge Management from a multidisciplinary perspective
      Knowledge networks and communities
      Do we manage Knowledge Management
      Knowledge Management research and practice (case study session)
      Research Agenda & Surgery Session

      Knowledge Management and Innovation
      Knowledge Management in SMEs
      Knowledge Management tools used in practice

      Open discussion of issues that have come up during KMSS03

  • 2nd Knowledge Management Summer School (KMSS 2002), 2-6 September 2002, Sophia Antipolis, France
    Conference Theme: The New Scope of Knowledge Management in Theory and Practice
    (in partnership with CERAM, INRIA, EUDOKMA, ecKM at Groupe ESC-Marseille Provence)

      A Review of Knowledge Management Frameworks for Theory and Practice
      Sustainable Communities of Practice
      Connecting Knowledge Management Research and Practice (panel)
      Individual and Organisational Learning
      Methodologies and Technologies for Knowledge Management

  • 1st Knowledge Management Summer School (KMSS 2001), 17-21 September 2001, Bari, Italy
    Conference Theme: Developing, applying and validating Knowledge Management strategies methodologies tools, techniques in industrial environment
    (in partnership with University of Nottingham, Cézanne and Polytechnic of Bari, Management Sciences Department)

      Case Studies
      Workshops and Seminar
      PhD Research in Knowledge Management

      Knowledge Strategies and Performance
      The Next Generation of Motivating and Incentivising Knowledge Sharing
      PROMOTE – A Process Oriented Knowledge Management System

      Research methods for PhD in the field of Knowledge Management – Quantitative and Qualitative Methods

Eurpoean Knowledge Management Forum Monthly Themes (EKMF Monthly)**
In order to foster the building of Communities and networking the European Knowledge Management Forum is focusing on special themes of interest. Each theme will be handled one month through special online and offline events. Expect weekly keynotes, online and face-to-face workshops and interviews with Knowledge Managers, Practitioners and Experts, surveys and polls, case studies and research, as well as discussions in the Special Intrerest Group’s Zones (forums).

  • Nov 2003: Theme 9: Innovation and Metrics – from Knowledge to Value: How to exploit knowledge for innovation?
    (Host: Innovations SIG)

      Critical success factors for innovation
      Identifying and tapping the potentials of possible future business at Vodaphone

      Innovation and Metrics – From knowldedge to value
      Why innovation? Why now? (offline @ KM Europe 2003 Conference)

      Where do you see the link between Knowledge Management and innovation? (offline @ KM Europe 2003 Conference)

      Questions and Answers:
      Disruptive Innovation: The challenges for managing knowledge
      Innovation Engines in Knowledge Cities

      Knowledge Management and Innovation at Creation of Innovation by Knowledge Management (CIKM) project

  • Oct 2003: Theme 8: Communities of Practice and other networked organisations: How to organise our work and life?
    (Host: CoP SIG; announced was: Knowledge-based Organisation – What does that mean for your business?)

      Knowing Organization: How Virtual Communities, Virtual Teams, and Knowledge Management are Reshaping Global Organizations
      New roles for 21st century organisations: The people who get knowledge flowing

      Inter-organisational working – i.e. communities with more than one organisation represented

      What are enables and inhibitors to Knowledge Management in virtual organisations? (offline @ ProVE Conference 2003)

      Questions and Answers:
      Innovation and CoPs: The ‘Great Symphony’ Paradox
      Relevance and participation in Communities of Practice – Relaunching a Community of Practice

      Collaboration in organisations with a certain degree of virtualness
      Communities of Practise

      Research / Case Studies:
      1. Communities of Practises: Structure, Life Cycle and Value
      The Life Cycle of Communities of Practises
      Measuring Communities of Practise value revealed at London
      What experts say: Answering hot topics
      2. Communities of Practise Support Technologies
      Communities of Practise Link to useful websites and resources
      Cezanne Software contribution

  • Sep 2003: (POSTPONED to Oct) How to exploit knowledge for innovation?
  • Jun 2003: Theme 7: Knowledge Management Infrastructure and Tools – How can your Knowledge Management effort be supported?
    (Host: Next Generation Technologies SIG)

      How tools and infrastructure are essential for a successful Knowledge Management effort

      What is the future for KM tools and infrastructures – How do you see KM tools and infrastructure evolving within the next decade? (open modulated)
      Knowledge Management Roadmap Projects’ Workshops (offline @ ICE 2003 Conference)
      How can your technology support Knowledge Management in the next five years? (panel)
      Context-Aware Collaboration in Future Workspaces – Joint Roadmap Conference

      Interviews: (offline)
      Tools for locating relevant knowledge
      Tools for capturing, creating and sharing knowledge assets (CANCELLED)
      Knowledge Management methodologies driving KM technology requirements for the future
      Tools for locating relevant knowledge

      Knowledge Management Infrastructure and Tools (offline @ ICE 2003 Conference)

      Case Studies:
      Ontology-based skills management at Swiss Life
      Knowledge Management tools and infrastructure supporting a business process
      Knowledge Management Applications at Pirelli Tires
      “OntoShare” Evaluation of an Ontology-based Knowledge Sharing System

      BuddySpace: Instant Messaging, Maps, and Enhanced Presence For Knowledge Workers

  • May 2003: Theme 6: Winning strategies in the knowledge-based economy
    (Host: Strategy and Vision SIG)

      Profiting from Uncertainty: strategic decision making under uncertainty

      Current Issues in Strategy Development

      What are the most critical factors for successful strategy systems in knowledge-based business
      How can strategy help to ensure company success/ survival in turbulent environments? (poll)

      Questions and Answers:
      It’s Alive: The Coming Convergence of Information, Biology, and Business
      Knowledge Organisation Transformation Roadmaps
      Perspectives on network level strategy

      Tool Times:
      Symphony Village – Product ideas showcase on: “Strategic Management Tools for Knowledge-Based Adaptive SMEs” (IST Project Symphony)

      Emergence and Planning for business development
      Themes of the Online Workshop “Current Issues in Strategy Development”
      Competencies and leadership in strategy

      Research / Case Studies:
      1. The concept of strategy
      Book Review: Strategy Safari – A Guided Tour Through The Wilds of Strategic Mangament
      Strategy, Knowledge and Communication
      Abstract: Strategy and the Link between Revolution and Evolution
      Strategies for Knowledge Transfer
      Investing in dynamics capabilities as a strategy in the knowledge-based economy
      Future of Knowledge Management: Business Roadmap
      2. Complexity in strategy
      Abstract: Robust business development – What experts say
      Abstract: The Role of Complexity in Managing Strategy
      3. Community of Practice and Strategy
      Perspectives on network level strategy
      Abstract: Radical Innovation with Communities of Practice

  • Apr 2003: Theme 5: Knowledge Management Disasters & Knowledge Management Victories: What is the impact of your Knowledge Management Initiative?
    (Host: Assessment and Measurement SIG)

      How Knowledge Management affects the daily work of an individual – The impact of Knowledge Management on productivity and innovation of knowledge workers (CANCELLED)
      Experience report on Knowledge Management in the Production industry

      How did you asses the impact of your Knowledge Management Initiative – Let’s talk about your experiences
      Knowledge Management goes practical (part of this series?)
      Assessing the impact of knowledge communities
      Knowledge Management Measurement and Metrics – Contributions from the CEN work for a ‘European Guide to Good Practice in Knowledge Management
      How Knowledge Management affects the daily work of an individual – The impact of Knowledge Management on productivity and innovation of knowledge workers (workshop/interview)
      Assessing the Impact of your Knowledge Management Initiative (CANCELLED; offline @ University Vienna, Austria)

      Short case studies of Knowledge Management Impact (online)
      Knowledge Management success and organisational culture – How to assess them and what are the relationships? (online)
      Assessing the return on investment for How-to Databases
      Experience report on selection of application areas within OEM/SME engineering organisations
      Collecting Flash Interviews (Offline @ OKLC 2003 Conference)

  • Mar 2003: Knowledge Management made in Europe: 30 terms for 30 countries
    (Host: Theory and Terminology SIG)

      Weekly Themes: Interest in a Knowledge Management unified terminology; Definition of the core terminology; A terminology for a better understanding of Knowledge Management; The unified terminology in action

      What is knowledge? What is it not?
      What can Knowledge Management practitioners expect from a unified terminology?

      A common terminology – Why?
      What is the core terminology in Knowledge Management?
      CEN workshop to better understand the CEN current work (CEN terminology subgroup)
      Knowledge Management expert on line: please, could you help me understanding some Knowledge Management concepts?
      How can we make the unified terminology of interest for the whole Knowledge Management community?
      CEN Workshop about Knowledge Management glossary (CEN terminology subgroup)

      What is the main obstacle of a common Knowledge Management terminology initiative? (poll)
      A unified terminology should be: ? (poll)
      Do these terms pertain to the Knowledge Management core terminology? (list of 15 problematic terms)
      According to you, what is the best definition of knowledge management? (poll)
      What do you expect from an unified Knowledge Management terminology? (poll)

  • Jan 2003: Theme 3: Do I need Knowledge Management in my SME?
    (Host: KM in SMEs SIG)

      Weekly Focus: French week; Eastern European Week; Spanish Week; German and Swiss week

      Knowledge Management at Polish SMEs
      Toward the practice of Knowledge Management in SMEs
      Knowledge Management at Swiss SMEs

      L’immatériel et la gestion des connaissances
      How did First Tuesday provide an exciting environment for knowledge sharing between small start-ups and high tech companies in Eastern Europe?
      Intelligence at Business and Knowledge Management
      Knowledge Management in German SMEs

      Cluster the Conocimiento
      German chambers of industry and commerce

      Case Studies / Research:
      Against the odds – world-leadership through superior knowledge creation
      A report about the cluster situation in Europe
      Regionen stärken durch elektronische Plattformen: Lernen durch Erfahrungen

      Discussion Forum:
      15 stimulating questions to business leaders: “How is the status of KM in your SME?

  • Nov 2002: Theme 2: Motivating knowledge workers: technology, rewarding and beyond
    (Host: KM and Emotional Intelligence SIG)

      The Embedded Knowledge Worker – How to make the knowledge worker a spider in its web
      The experience in Skandia in order to exploit intellectual capital and motivate knowledge workers
      Leading organizations where work is fun

      Motivating the knowledge workers: technology, rewarding and beyond (offline @ Europe KM 2002 Conference)
      The Embedded Knowledge Worker
      Models of Excellence and Organisational Alignment
      Leading organizations where work is fun

      Survey at the KM Europe 2002 Conference (London)
      How much should knowledge workers count on ICT to improve their job performance?
      How important is the role of rewards for knowledge workers?
      How important is the management style for knowledge workers?
      How much should knowledge workers be involved in defining Human Resource strategies and policies?

  • Oct 2002: Theme 1: What type of business problems can you solve with Knowledge Management?
    (Host: KM Implementation SIG)

      Business Problems and Knowledge Management at British Telecom
      Business Problems and Knowledge Management at Siemens
      Business Problems and Knowledge Management at SME’s
      Business problems and Knowledge Management at PwC

      Knowledge Management at British Telecom
      How does Siemens implement Knowledge Management with success? (offline KM-Forum @ Siemens)
      The Role of Conversation in Knowledge Management
      Problems for solutions: From research to business (offline @ EBEW Conference 2002, CANCELLED?)

      What knowledge-related business problems is your company facing? (poll)
      How important is Knowledge Management? (poll)
      Who’s the driver for Knowledge Management in your company? (poll)
      Why Knowledge Management? (poll)
      Do you need to measure the benefits of Knowledge Management? (poll)
      What business benefits did you get from the Knowledge Management system you implemented? (offline @ EBEW Conference 2002)
      What benefits did you get out of this theme?

      Knowledge Management at Royal Dutch Shell Group
      Knowledge Management at Schlumberger Sema
      How to solve daily business problems with Knowledge Management
      Knowledge Management at DaimlerChrysler
      Business problems to address with Knowledge Management in RTD projects (offline @ EBEW 2002 Conference)


Workshops @ Conferences

  • eBusiness – Collaboration in Online Communities of Practice, 20 October 2005, Ljubljana, Slovenia
    (Workshop in conjunction with eChallenges Conference & Exhibition, 19-21 Oct)

      Learning from Each Other: Online and Face to Face Communities of Practice
      Support Requirements for Effective Virtual Collaboration in Online Communities of Practice
      Outlook: Virtual Collaboration in Online Communities of Practices (CoPs) – Where Do We Go?

      Discussion Groups: Why Communities of Practices?; The Dos and Donts for Community Management

  • The transformational role of KnowledgeBoard – exploring the opportunities, together, May 24, 2005, Birmingham, United Kingdom
    (Workshop in conjunction with the Conference of the European Consortium for the Learning Organisation (ECLO), May 23-24)
  • Knowledge Management Projects’ Roadmapping Workshops, 18 June 2003, Espoo, Finland
    (Series of Workshops in conjunction with the International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Innovation (ICE), 16-18 Jun;part of the EKMF Monthly Theme 7: Knowledge Management Infrastructure and Tools)

      RM1. TNEE – Network of Excellence on Extended Enterprise
      RM2. ROADCON – Roadmapping Future RTD in Construction ICT
      RM3. ROCKET – Knowledge for the Industrial Environment
      RM7. VISION Roadmap Workshop
      RM4. VOMAP – A roadmap for advanced virtual organisations
      RM5. COCONET Context Aware Knowledge Supported Work
      RM6. Organisation and Human Issue in ICT implementation

  • Towards a Common Knowledge Management Framework in Europe, 17 October 2001, Venice, Italy
    (Workshop in conjunction with e-Business and e-Work, Conference and Exhibition, 17-19 Oct)

      Introduction: A common European Knowledge Management framework
      Objects and Terminology of a Knowledge Management framework (Interactive Metalpan like session)
      Definition of a Knowledge Management framework and selection of the core Knowledge Management terminology

  • Strategic thinking and Performance management from a knowledge perspective, 26 June 2001, Bremen, Germany
    (Workshop in conjunction with the International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Innovation (ICE), 27-29 Jun)

Other Onsite Workshops:

  • Assessing the Impact of your Knowledge Management Initiative, 30 April 2003, University Vienna, Vienna, Austria (CANCELLED)
    (part of the EKMF Monthly Theme 5: Knowledge Management Disasters & Knowledge Management Victories)
  • Knowledge Management Forum, 9 October 2002, Siemens, Munich, Germany
    Workshop Theme: How does Siemens implement Knowledge Management with success?
    (part of the EKMF Monthly Theme 1: What type of business problems can you solve with Knowledge Management?)

      Knowledge for Success”: Introduction Knowledge Management at Siemens
      ICN/ICM ShareNet: The Knowledge Sharing Network
      Boosting Product Development within Infineon by Communities of Practice
      The Siemens/ CIBIT Knowledge Strategy Process: a method for business owners and their teams to determine strategy and action plans
      KnowledgeSharing@MED – Your Network for Our Success
      Knowledge Management for Real-World Business Challenges

  • Product Development Know-How Share and Exchange in the Extended Enterprise, 26 March 2002, University of Nottingham,
    (Logistics Research Network Workshop; Organizer: UNOTT and The Institute of Logistics and Transport)
  • Normungspotential des Wissensmanagements, 19 June 2001, Bremen
    (Workshop with the BVMW – The German Confederation of SMEs, Bremen Chapter, Commission for Standardization)
  • Common Approaches and Standardisation in KM, 14 June 2001, Brussels, Belgium
    (Workshop in conjunction with the European Commission’s IST Key Action II Concertation Meeting)

Online Workshops:

    Jan 2007: Cynefin network methods and tools for harvesting and get people to use knowledge; Knowledge management for Sustainability

    Nov 2006: Organisations as Living Systems – Value Networks and Measuring Intangibles
    Aug 2006: The Practical side of Knowledge Management
    May 2006: Deconstructing Knowledge Management
    Feb 2006: The Lisbon Strategy: why is it failing, and what can we do about it?

    May 2005: The transformational role of KnowledgeBoard (workshop; online + offline @ ECLO 2005 conference)

    Jun 2004: The conversing company: a hub of innovation (workshop)

    Oct 2003: Monthly Theme Workshops
    Sep 2003: Monthly Theme Workshops; Live Trust debate (host: John Moore, KM and Trust SIG)
    Jun 2003: Monthly Theme Workshops
    May 2003: Monthly Theme Workshops
    Apr 2003: Monthly Theme Workshops
    Mar 2003: Monthly Theme Workshops
    Feb 2003: First Tuesday – From a Network of Opportunities to a Knowledge Network
    Jan 2003: Monthly Theme Workshops

    Oct 2002: Monthly Theme Workshops
    Aug 2002: Innovation Superhighway
    Jul 2002: Knowledge Management Pitfalls and Challenges
    Jun 2002: The Coaching Approach in Knowledge Management
    May 2002: Innovation Management
    Apr 2002: Standardisation in Knowledge Management
    Feb 2002: Behavioural issues in Knowledge Management
    Jan 2002: Knowledge Management within the UK National Health Service

    Nov 2001: Knowledge Management games as tools for specifying Knowledge Management; A Knowledge Management Practitioners Toolkit
    Oct 2001: Scenarios for the Knowledge Economy
    Aug 2001: Branding and Marketing a Knowledge Management Initiative
    Jul 2001: Animating the system – the human dimensions of Knowledge Management
    Jun 2001: The Role of Ontologies in Knowledge Management
    May 2001: Games and action: an interactive approach towards Knowledge Management

CEN/ISSS Workshop on Knowledge Management 2)

    Nov 2003: CEN KM Workshop Final Meeting, 26 November 2003
    Sep 2003: 4th CEN KM Workshop Project Team Working Meeting, 29 September 2003, Brussels, Belgium
    KM Standardisation conference, 15 May 2003 (to be confirmed)
    May 2003: 3rd CEN KM Workshop Project Team Working Meeting, 12-13 May 2003, Brussels, Belgium

    Apr 2003: Knowledge Management Measurement and Metrics – Contributions from the CEN work for a ‘European Guide to Good Practice in Knowledge Management, 17 April 2003, KnowledgeBoard, online
    Mar 2003: CEN online workshop about defining a Knowledge Management glossary, 27 March 2003, KnowledgeBoard, online | CEN workshop to better understand the CEN current work, 13 March 2003, KnowledgeBoard, online

    Feb 2003: 2nd CEN KM Workshop Project Team Working Meeting, 06 February 2003, Brussels, Belgium
    Oct 2002: 1st CEN KM Workshop Project Team Working Meeting, 14 October 2002, Brussels, Belgium

    Jun 2002: CEN KM Workshop Project Kick-Off Meeting, 24 June 2002, Brussels, Belgium
    Mar 2002: 2nd CEN KM Workshop Project Pre-Kick-Off Meeting, 21 March 2002, Brussels, Belgium
    Jan 2002: 1st CEN KM Workshop Project Pre-Kick-Off Meeting, 31 January 2002, Brussels, Belgium


Onsite Events:

    Knowledge Sharing in Networked NGOs – a future-oriented networking event, 29th October 2003, Brussels
    (Organizer: EKMF NeiGhbOurhood SIG; Host: European Commission)

Book of the Month (online):

    Mar 2007: Buying Knowledge: Effective Acquisition Of External Knowledge
    Feb 2007: Your Leadership Legacy
    Jan 2007: Ten Steps to Maturity in Knowledge Management

    Sep 2006: Trends in Enterprise Knowledge Management
    Jun 2006: Knowledge Economies: Emerging Principles, Practices and Policies
    Jan 2006: Deep Smarts

    Nov 2005: Thinking for a Living
    Sep 2005: The World Cafe
    Aug 2005: The Engaged Enterprise
    Jun 2005: In Search of Innovation
    Jan 2005: Intellectual Capital for Communities

    Dec 2004: People-Focused Knowledge Management: How Effective Decision Making Leads to Corporate Success
    Jul 2004: The Innovation Superhighway (KnowledgeBoard’s first Book of the Month)

Project of the Month (online):

    Feb 2007: RUSMECO Project – Competitiveness of innovative Russian SMEs through an inter-regional network with a Community of Practice (CoP)

    Dec 2005; The “Knowledge Web” project – Bringing the current web to its full potential
    Jun 2005: aceMedia – advances in Semantic Web and multimedia content processing technology
    May 2005: REWERSE – REasoning on the WEb with Rules and SEmantics
    Apr 2005: Mummy – research into mobile computing and Knowledge Management
    Mar 2005: MOSAIC – the future mobile and collaborative workplace
    Feb 2005: Wear-IT – the human and social challenges of wearable computing

    Nov 2004: The Symphony Way – Growth through Collaboration; RODEO – achieving adaptability and robustness in turbulent environments
    Oct 2004: Virtual Enterprise Forum (VE-Forum)
    Aug 2004: Multimedia Interaction for Learning and Knowing (MILK)
    Jul 2004: Disrupt It (DI): The DI Fast Assessment Tool (KnowledgeBoard’s first Project of the Month)

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