Since 2015 Sue Hill Recruitment (SHR) and TFPL have published four Knowledge and Information Management salary surveys for the entire UK library, archive, knowledge, information and records management industry. The 2017 salary survey was published in association with the Information and Records Management Society (IRMS), the 2019 salary survey in association with IRMS and the
Abstract: CONSISTENT MESSAGES ABOUT VALUE AND KNOWLEDGE FACILITATION AT CILIP’S 2015 CONFERENCE John Riddell and I attended Day 1 of CILIP’s 2015 conference in Liverpool to lead a master class on how to add value to your organisation as a ‘knowledge facilitator’. It turned out that not only was the concept of value
Abstract: Oliver Rolfe is the Head of Knowledge for KPMG in the UK. He has been with the firm for nearly 17 years in a number of roles in the knowledge, technology and information risk area. After heading up the firm’s Information Protection area for the past three years, he has returned to knowledge
Abstract: Recent efforts by CILIP to create a globally accepted Chartered Knowledge Manager accreditation are timely and tap into a latent demand. Last year, I was asked to become a knowledge and information management ambassador for library and information association CILIP, to help inter alia promote CILIP in the wider world.
Article series on professional accreditation for knowledge managers published in RealKM: …; CILIP announces the first Chartered Knowledge Manager!; Congratulations to Elena Costello, who has become the first person to be awarded the new chartered status MCLIP Chartered Knowledge Manager; CILIP KM Chartership takes shape!; CILIP professional registration, including Knowledge Management (KM) Chartership, is the ‘keystone’ in a professional career.; CILIP’s Chartered Knowledge Manager: a timely and much needed accreditation? ; Recent efforts by CILIP to create a globally accepted Chartered Knowledge Manager accreditation are timely and tap into a latent demand; The case for professional accreditation of KM ; It is critical that we continue the conversation on accreditation, and work to create momentum; What’s more important for knowledge managers: education, or skills and experience? ; A large proportion of top knowledge managers appear to have reached this level through