Making the most of Knowledge with Expert Communities Webinar

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Posted by Finlay on 18th Oct 2016

On Tuesday 23rd August 2016, the APM Knowledge SIG welcomed Virginia Henry to talk about how to make the most of knowledge with expert communities. 

Virginia Henry is a knowledge professional who has been capturing, exchanging, evaluating and using knowledge since her working life began. She has worked for many different institutions, including UnLtd, Making Knowledge Work and the BBC. 

Virginia is also a cofounder of London Information & Knowledge Exchange (LIKE) where professionals meet once a month and share stories, learn and exchange knowledge in an informal and relaxed environment with good food. She believes in good communication as a tool to help people to work more effectively together. The webinar focussed on LIKE and its role in sharing knowledge across disciplines with a variety of professionals.

For more information about the next LIKE event

Virginia has kindly answered the question asked during the webinar. Please find the attached document to see her answers.

Twitter: @virginiahenry

 

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