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How do you clearly articulate what KM is and what it can contribute to an organization's mission? How do you sell yourself as a Knowledge Manager? This interactive session will have you discussing how to sell KM to your organization and sell yourself with an elevator speech. Come to discuss and share your KM sales pitches with other KM enthusiasts! DATE: Thursday, October 25,[masked]:00AM – 9:30AM LOCATION: Enterprise Knowledge, LLC (3100 Clarendon Boulevard, Suite 300, Arlington VA 22201). AGENDA: 8:00 - 8:30 Networking 8:30 - 9:30 Presentation Discussion Sessions SPEAKERS: Barbara Fillip, PhD, PMP, Owner and Founder of Fillip Consulting Barbara has 20 years of experience in two professional areas (International Development and Aerospace), combining project management, research, training and facilitation skills which she has applied in related fields such as Monitoring and Evaluation, Knowledge Management and Organizational Learning. Her specialty is Applied Insight Mapping, a variation of concept mapping which, combined with group facilitation, enables groups and teams to identify and document key insights and lessons based on their experience. Barbara has worked in international organizations, non-profit organizations, as a contractor in a federal government organization and as a consultant, which has given her a broad understanding of varied organizational settings. Tara Mohn, Sr. Knowledge Management Specialist, SPAS, FSI, USDOS As a pioneer in the harmonization of Knowledge Management (KM) and Government strategy at the Foreign Service Institute (FSI), U.S. State Department, Tara is the Senior Knowledge Management Specialist of the School of Professional and Area Studies (SPAS). Tara is a practitioner, instructor, and speaker in KM strategy, methods, and tools such as SharePoint, Wikis, Communities of Practice, and Adobe Connect webinars. A Project Management Professional (PMP) and a Certified Knowledge Manager (CKM) Tara strives to create and implement value-added solutions that foster performance improvement. Working with several organizations within the State Department and the international Knowledge Management community overall, Tara is committed to enhancing the capability of our Country's leadership by sharing, facilitating, and implementing Knowledge Management practices and culture in the federal government. RSVP: Sign-up via this Meetup site. See you there!

Enterprise Knowledge

3100 Clarendon Blvd Suite 300 · Arlington, VA

What we're about

Welcome to the Knowledge Management Community of DC!

The Knowledge Management Community of DC (KMCDC) is a group of practitioners, writers, speakers, and enthusiasts located in the Washington, DC region who seek to enhance the practice of Knowledge Management. Our purpose is to host regular forums to share, learn, and connect with each other. We regularly convene knowledge management professionals in the DC Metro area to hear stories, share successes (and failures), and network with fellow KM thought leaders.

Formerly the DC Chapter of the Knowledge Management Association (KMA DC).

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