It’s planning time :-)

Each Autumn I plan the various programmes for next year’s Knowledge Network UK (KN-UK). It is one of my favourite times of year – thinking about all the interesting new stuff to learn and looking ahead to a shiny new year without any of the disappointments and problems of the current one.

I realise that not all of you can all come along to KN-UK (it is, as the name suggests, entirely UK-based), but I would still really like to know what KMers, particularly those in the legal sector and professional services, would like to learn about next year. Are you interested in AI, GDPR, reflective learning? Or perhaps intranets, conversations/networks or client knowledge?

If you can help, complete the survey, or if you’ve not got the time (or the survey crashes – I hate it when that happens), perhaps comment below and write down the top 3 topics you’d like to learn about in 2018.

Here it is – the survey!

And if you’d like to learn more about KN-UK, click here.

And if you’d like to have a KN-UK in your city, contact me or comment below.

And (lastly, honestly) if you’d like to keep up with what is happening in KN-UK whilst you decide whether to join or not, or just to hear what we’re up to, sign up here for occasional emails.

 

 

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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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