Making knowledge work - beyond lessons learned

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Posted by APM on 3rd Jul 2012

Over 60 people attended the above event at the Fujitsu offices in London on the 5th of July to hear a number of speakers and take part in discussions around knowledge management. The aim of the event was to give delegates a useful, stimulating and enjoyable experience and to establish whether there was enough interest in APM starting a Knowledge Management Specific Interest Group.

Steve Kaye, Head of Innovation at Anglian Water was the first speaker and talked about knowledge creation and management at Anglian Water. Along with Judy Payne of Hemdean Consulting, he then facilitated a discussion around learning and ideas from Anglian Water.

Judy then spoke about understanding how knowledge is shared and facilitate a discussion around how good we are at knowledge sharing.

Steve Simister, Director of Oxford Management and Research led a workshop on the prospective knowledge SIG. Victor Newman, Visiting Professor in Knowledge and Innovation Management at University of Greenwich finished the day by leading a workshop on fast organisational learning.

The presentations from the event can be downloaded below.

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