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The United Kingdom based London Knowledge & Innovation Network (LKIN), until 2008 the London Knowledge Network (LKN), was an innovative not for profit membership community of practitioners, a peer group of like minded organisations from different sectors and industries across the whole of the London region that wished to increase the performance of their organisations through the application of Knowledge Management within a progressive, collaborative framework.
LKIN was hosted by the Knowledge Management Action Research Unit of the Department of International Business and Economics at the University of Greenwich Business School. It has offered the following Knowledge Management education and training opportunities:
- 5th Gurteen Knowledge Conference, 29 September 2004, London, United Kingdom
Conference Theme: Exploiting Social Networking in Organisations
(Organized by Gurteen Knowledge and BizMedia, in collaboration with the London Knowledge Network)
How Network Dynamics are Changing the World of Business
An introduction to Social Network Analysis
Social Network Analysis in Scottish Enterprise
Enabling Enterprise Networks using the power of Social Networking
Building Informal Knowledge-Sharing Networks using Social Software
Understand the activity of your employees for Competitive advantage
Making the Business Case for Instant Messaging
Review of the Day
Post-conference workshop (Sep 30):
Value Network Strategies for Competitive Advantage
- 3rd International Conference on Knowledge Management (ICKM 2006), July 31 – August 2, 2006, University of Greenwich, London, UK
Conference Theme: Creating Collaborative Advantage Through Knowledge & Innovation
(Organized by the University of Greenwich, Business School in association with the London Knowledge Network, Information and Knowledge Management Society, American Society for Information Science, Gurteen Knowledge Community, Knowledge Board, and Buckman Laboratories)