Jun 14

Arlington, VA

Arlington Hilton

Includes gourmet food/wine! "Knowledge Jam" is a process for using facilitated conversation to get out hidden know-how from teams and experts, and to put it to work with the help of the organizations that need it most. It is built around the disciplines of facilitation, conversation, and translation, and draws on the practices of organizational learning, social media, and intelligence acquisition. Kate Pugh, author of Sharing Hidden Know-How (Jossey-Bass/Wiley, 2011) will take the DC KM community through the process, and we'll explore the where Knowledge Jam improves executive transitions, merger integrations, offshoring, and sales expansion. We'll also consider what it would take to start a Knowledge Jam program. Expect a fun, interactive, and practical experience that may inspire you to facilitate your own Knowledge Jams.


Cost: 20 (cash, check or CC accepted at registration table)

Contact Name: Eric Weidner

ph: 703-327-7096 email: eric.weidner@kminstitute.org

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KM Institute

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