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The Network for Information and Knowledge Exchange (NetIKX)1) offers the following Knowledge Management education and training opportunities:


  • May 2024: Promoting public literacy – in which digital literacy is a key facet – during economically challenging times
  • MMM 2023: Artificial Intelligence : Chat GPT and the status of the government’s ‘Levelling Up Agenda’ (CANCELLED)
  • May 2023: Does Knowledge Management need to change?
  • Jan 2023: CANCELLED
  • Nov 2022: Promoting Literacy: public libraries as a vehicle for positive social change
  • Sep 2022: Conversational Leadership Café: Is this our Gutenberg Moment?
  • Jul 2022: Sparks into Light : Complexity and the Development Sector (title was: An Update on SenseMaker® in the Field)
  • May 2022: MS Teams – the case for Information Architecture and Governance (planned was: The thinking and writings of Max Boisot and his concept of the ‘i-space’)
  • Mar 2022: MS Teams – the case for Information Architecture and Governance (POSTPONED)
  • Jan 2022: Introduction to Radical Knowledge Management
  • Nov 2021: Writing for the Web: Perspectives and Practical Advice
  • Sep 2021: MS Teams – the case for Information Architecture and Governance (POSTPONED)
  • Jul 2021: Ethical Artificial Intelligence (was: The neuroscience of knowledge, information and memory)
  • May 2021: The status of KM in 2020, and trends for the future
  • Mar 2021: Working during the COVID-19 pandemic: sharing insights and experiences
  • Jan 2021: Managing knowledge in project environments
  • Dec 2020: The Financial Times survey on ‘The Edge of Intelligence’ (TBC)
  • Nov 2020: The 5 dimensions framework and ISO standards for Collaboration, Knowledge Management and Innovation and how these might be integrated into your organisation
  • Oct 2020: From Hawley to The Edge of Intelligence: the continuing evolution of knowledge and information management to adapt to the new normal
  • Sep 2020: TRIZ and how it can be applied to Knowledge and Information Management (re-scheduled from March)
  • Jul 2020: Time critical user centred library web design
  • May 2020: How do we thrive in a hyper-connected, complex world?
  • Mar 2020: (POSTPONED) Using previously hidden knowledge to think like a genius: An Introduction to TRIZ
  • Jan 2020: Virtual working and learning: is it working for you?
  • Nov 2019: Useful evidence: getting research evidence valued and used
  • Sep 2019: (CANCELLED) Open Knowledge
  • Jul 2019: Using content strategy to meet your business goals: content strategy at work
  • May 2019: Information Literacy: Current Ideas and Developments
  • Mar 2019: Open Data
  • Jan 2019: Wikipedia and other knowledge-sharing systems
  • Nov 2018: Network Science: Harnessing the “Networkness” of Networks
  • Sep 2018: Ontologies and domain modelling: a fun (honest) and friendly introduction
  • Jul 2018: Machines and Morality: Can AI be Ethical?
  • Jun 2018: Organizing Medical and Health-related Information (joint meeting with ISKO UK)
  • May 2018: Trust and integrity in information
  • Mar 2018: Working in Complexity – SenseMaker, Decisions and Cynefin
  • Jan 2018: Making true connections in a complex world: new technologies to link facts, concepts and data
  • Nov 2017 (10th anniversary event): The Future for Knowledge and Information Management Professionals
  • Sep 2017: Closing the Loop on Lesson Learning
  • Jul 2017: The Implications of Blockchain for Knowledge Management and Information Management
  • May 2017: Developing Effective Collaborative Knowledge Spaces
  • Mar 2017: Gurteen Knowledge Café – Entrained and Entrenched Thinking
  • Jan 2017: Information Design: approaches to better communication
  • Nov 2016: Evidence Based Decision Making
  • Sep 2016: Connecting Knowledge Communities: Approaches to Professional Development
  • Jul 2016: Understanding Networks – and how to win friends and influence people
  • May 2016: SharePoint and Office 365: getting maximum value from enterprise collaboration solutions
  • Mar 2016: Storytelling For Problem Solving & Better Decision Making
  • Jan 2016: Human Capital – The Last Differentiator
  • Nov 2015: Offshoring/Outsourcing Information Services
  • Sep 2015: Connecting Knowledge Communities
  • Jul 2015: Hillsborough – Information Work and Helping People (with AGM)
  • May 2015: Open Data – Products, Services and Standards
  • Mar 2015: Seek and You will Find?
  • Jan 2015: Auditing your Knowledge and Information Management Skills Gap (joint seminar of the Network for Information & Knowledge Exchange and TFPL Connect)
  • Nov 2014: Wider horizons for information audit
  • Sep 2014: Communities of Practice for the Post Recession Environment
  • Jul 2014: Selling Taxonomies to organisations
  • May 2014: Information on the Move
  • Mar 2014: Incentivising knowledge sharing behaviours
  • Jan 2014: When space matters (for collaboration, innovation and knowledge transfer)
  • Nov 2013: Knowledge organisation – past present and future
  • Sep 2013: The Knowledge Council and the Knowledge and Information Management professional
  • Jul 2013: Data protection: the good, the bad and the future
  • May 2013: Managing change
  • Mar 2013: Knowledge management: past, present and future
  • Jan 2013: Digital native or digital immigrant – does it matter?
  • Nov 2012: Maximizing knowledge – sharing information conversationally through podcasts and social media
  • Sep 2012: Ensuring business value and cost-effectiveness in what we do
  • Jul 2012: Digital preservation – help!
  • Mar 2012: The role of KM in supporting new ways of working
  • Jan 2012: Social Media – what next and what can we do with it?
  • Nov 2011: What next for the web? – a look at linked data and semantic search
  • Sep 2011: Developing our capability: A practical tool-kit for Indormation Management/Knowledge Management practitioners and their customers
  • Jul 2011: Information Risk Management – taking a risk management approach
  • May 2011: Making the most of SharePoint (CLSIG/NetIKX Joint seminar)
  • Mar 2011: Knowledge Management – does it still have a role in organisational strategy?
  • Jan 2011: Using social media to achieve organisational goals – implications for organisational and Information Management/Knowledge Management policies and strategies
  • Nov 2010: Information Asset Registers – the why, what, how and who of it all …
  • Sep 2010: Managing personal information and knowledge needs and NetIKX AGM
  • Jul 2010: Sharepoint – present and future
  • May 2010: Information Management/Knowledge Management competencies – past, present and future
  • Mar 2010: Protecting information and knowledge assets and resources: a commercial provider’s viewpoint
  • Jan 2010: Social networking tools – should they be taken seriously?
  • Nov 2009: A journey: Information and Records Management to Knowledge Management and beyond: building on the Willard Model
  • Sep 2009: Information assurance – am I bovvered? Preceded by NetIKX AGM
  • May 2009: The Knowledge Council: coordinating and reusing Government information
  • Mar 2009: Knowledge Transfer Programme in Museums, Libraries and Archives (MLA) London
  • Jan 2009: Person to person communications on the Internet: a BBC experience
  • Nov 2008: Information literacy, Web 2.0 and the new librarians
  • Sep 2008: Experience versus expertise
  • Jul 2008: Anarchy in the enterprise? Using social media tools effectively in a corporate context
  • May 2008: Records management: the bedrock of Knowledge Management
  • Jan 2008: Social networking: focussing on social bookmarking
  • Nov 2007: How do we make people share their knowledge? Learning, sharing and collaboration
  • Sep 2007: Standardising the language of Information and Knowledge Management
  • Jul 2007: Customer Relationship Management – what’s in it for me and why should I share my contacts?
  • May 2007: Information and Knowledge Management in everyday work
  • Mar 2007: The role of knowledge sharing in supporting learning in the workplace
  • Jan 2007: Demonstrating the value of Information and Knowledge Management – As simple as ABC?
  • Nov 2006: Knowledge transfer in distributed teams

Aslib Knowledge and Information Management Network (KIMNET) meetings

  • Sep 2006: From fire-fighting to organisational problem-solving
  • Jul 2006: Knowledge Management under pressure
  • May 2006: Knowledge Management in complex project environments
  • Mar 2006: Knowledge Management and new ways of working
  • Jan 2006: The limits of Knowledge Management
  • Nov 2005: Delivering real value from Information Management & Knowledge Management: gaining and sustaining senior management support
  • Sep 2005: Practical experience of implementing Knowledge Management in changing times
  • Jul 2005: Information and knowledge architecture – the essential blueprint
  • May 2005: Making space for knowledge
  • Mar 2005: Weaving knowledge into the organisational fabric
  • Jan 2005: Preservation and re-use of knowledge
  • Nov 2004: Developing a world class knowledge resource: the British Library in the 21st century
  • Sep 2004: Open up! Meeting the challenge of the Freedom of Information Act
  • Jul 2004: Knowledge Management: Where now? Where next?
  • May 2004: Classification and taxonomies within BBC New Media
  • Mar 2004: Developing category lists
  • Jan 2004: Turning knowledge into a commercial proposition
  • Dec 2003: The Knowledge Café
  • Oct 2003: The Knowledge Network – joined up government in action
  • Jul 2003: Practical, living taxonomies
  • May 2003: Communities and information professionals – knowledge at the coalface
  • Mar 2003: Making knowledge visible – information products, the neglected information asset
  • Jan 2003: A knowledge management journey – from web to workplace

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