Séminaire du Knowledge Communities Observatory (KCO)*

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Le Symposium et le Séminaire du Knowledge Communities Observatory (KCO) ou de l’Observatoire des communautés de connaissance (OCC) sont organisés par le chaire de la recherche “Business as unusual : pratiques innovantes et nouveaux modèles d’entreprise” (Kedge Business School, Toulon) et le Bureau d’Economie Théorique et Appliquée (BETA-CNRS; Université de Strasbourg) en collaboration avec

Beyond Storytelling Conference (BST)*

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The Beyond Storytelling Conference (BST), organized by the Beyond Storytelling Network, is the international (un- or non-)conference on narrative work and storytelling in organizations, communities and beyond. The conference program combines and balances inspirational speakers and workshops with a carefully crafted learning journey – fostering conversations across disciplines, learning through experimentation and dialogue and collective

Storytelling Camp Stuttgart*

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Das Storytelling-Camp Stuttgart, organisiert vom Institut für Angewandte Narrationsforschung (IANA) an der Hochschule der Medien (HdM), beleuchtet und reflektiert in zahlreichen Vorträgen, Workshops und Pitchings die aktuellsten Entwicklungen im Bereich Storytelling. Das Camp findet alljährlich im Rahmen der Filmschau Baden-Württemberg statt. Konferenz-Historie: 4. Storytelling-Camp Stuttgart, 6. Dezember 2019, Metropol-Kino

Hiring a Chief Knowledge Officer (CKO)

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Abstract: I think any organization looking for a KM Head or a CKO (for the first time) needs to ask itself a few important questions before it spends time and energy on hunting for, interviewing and negotiating with potential candidates. Even if the answer to one of these questions is a ‘No’ or ‘Not