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27 January 2020

KIN: Foundation for Knowledge Sharing Communities of Practice

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What is a Knowledge Sharing Community and why is it important?

Sharing knowledge effectively and efficiently is a constant challenge for many organisations and a strong way to address it is to facilitate the connection between individuals who have the most to learn from each others, be it either virtually or face to face or both.

With so many different barriers like geography, stopping people with a common interest connect regularly and share tacit knowledge, communities can play a vital role in accelerating this and delivering value to your evolving organisation.

This course will help you understand what is needed to develop knowledge sharing community, from research before launch, building up participation and measuring and confirm the success.

The goal of this course is to provide a good foundation understanding of knowledge sharing communities and the challenges, and provide practical techniques to easily implement back in your organisation to ensure your knowledge sharing communities add value to both the organisation and the members.

Course Outcomes

  • Confirmation of the best practice methodology for develop knowledge sharing communities
  • Understand typical obstacles to influence and overcome
  • Know the core concepts, techniques and supporting platforms which help accelerate knowledge sharing communities
  • How to measure the value from your knowledge sharing communities
  • Confirmation of next steps to best support new and mature communities in your organisation.

Learning Points

  • An understanding of knowledge sharing communities and the essential building blocks to focus on to secure the strongest foundation to build momentum and self assessment
  • An understanding of how to deliver and measure maximum value from a knowledge sharing through research and strong relationships with core members.
  • Practical tactics and tools to easily implement through an action plan back in your business.

Added Benefits

  • Before – a telephone one-to-one with the course lead in advance of the training day so the lead can really establish the participants current level of understanding and any particular priorities and tailor the course appropriately
  • During – interactive sessions experiencing different community management frameworks, tools and frameworks
  • After – an opportunity for further guidance via another one-to-one with the course lead to support how the delegate has implemented what they have learned back in their workplace
  • Training Facilitator - Nancy Kinder, who has built over 100 communities, internal and brand communities saving millions in time saving and accelerating projects and co-creation of knowledge.

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KIN Membership notice

KIN Corporate member organisations have 3 free places at this event. Registration for Foundation for Knowledge Sharing Communities of Practice

is through your organisation's KIN Key Contact. If you do not know who this is, contact kin@wbs.ac.uk

KIN Business member organisations have 1 free place at this event and can add 2 further Pay As You Go (PAYG) places at a cost of £690 per person.

Places to attend the Foundation for Knowledge Sharing Communities of Practice are £690 for KIN Pay As You Go (PAYG).

Due to the nature of the network and the sensitive nature of our discussions we need all participants to become a member of KIN. This first event as a KIN PAYG delegate will not include your membership fee but if you feel you would like to join the Network you will be charged a £100 membership fee with your next event.

Book this event

// With

Organised by Nancy Kinder, KIN facilitator

// Where

Reception area, 13th Floor, The Shard
London
SE1 9SG
UK Get directions »

// When

Monday 27 January 2020, 10:00 - 16:00

// Contact

kin@wbs.ac.uk
024 765 23914

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