New – KM Handbook owners’ club

*Update* If you get my new textbook “Practical Projects …” you can also join the club!


 

Join the KM Handbook owners’ club for exclusive events, offers and gifts.

A couple of years ago I wrote the “Knowledge Managment Handbook” for the Law Society.

My aim was to help all kinds of firms to understand how KM can help them fulfil their strategic goals, as it seemed to me that many mid-sized and smaller firms were struggling to get to grips with it (and possibly wasting too much time and money on new IT systems instead).

I thought it would be interesting and helpful to gather all the Handbook owners together for occasional events (perhaps lunch/coffee and a chat about your KM issues) and exclusive offers and freebies (white papers, early access to articles etc).

If you already have a copy of KM Handbook, join the club by signing up  on my website and as soon as there are enough members in one place, we can get together for some knowledge-sharing!

If you want to buy a copy, you can get one online via Amazon or the Law Society, or at various bookshops, such as Wileys, Hammicks and Blackwells.  If you want to learn more about the book and read some reviews, have a look at the KM Handbook’s website.

(Obviously, I can’t check everyone has a copy remotely, but you will need to bring your copy to events, or answer a book-related question to access the freebies etc).

 

Do you want an occasional (approx monthly) email with updates about my latest blog post and open training events? Sign up here.

If you enjoyed “KM Handbook” you may also enjoy my popular “KM: The Works” training session. The next one is on 28th January 2016. Find out more here.

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About knowledge4lawyers

I am a lawyer and a Knowledge Management expert. Through The Knowledge Business I help law firms improve their efficiency and profitability through knowledge services - consultancy, training and implementation help.
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