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Come to our second inspired evening gathering to network with KM leaders, embark on meaningful discussions, and engage in an interactive hands-on KM strategy exercise designed to take theory to practicality.
There are three Fast Learning techniques for learning before, learning during, and learning after work is completed. Our focus will be on the Action Review – Learning During.

Action Review
The Action Review is a technique designed to help groups and teams team learn while doing. It is a quick and simple facilitated or unfacilitated discussion held immediately after the completion of a task, milestone or phase of work. An Action Review requires as little as 15 minutes and can aid in quickly identifying lessons for both the team and individuals. They can then incorporate these lessons into the workflow during the very next execution of the same task. Action Reviews build trust and confidence among team members and help to deliver desired project outcomes.

DATE: Wednesday, January 16,[masked]:00PM – 8:00PM

LOCATION: Enterprise Knowledge, LLC (3100 Clarendon Boulevard, Suite 300, Arlington VA 22201)

6:00-6:30 Networking
6:30-6:50 Introduce Fast Learning and discuss the Action Review
6:50-7:00 Share and discuss the AR template
(take away to use in attendee workplace)
7:00-7:30 Exercise with groups conducting an action review.
7:30-8:00 Contact building

SPEAKER: Bill Kaplan, Founder, Working KnowledgeCSP
Bill Kaplan, a KM Practitioner, published author, and KM Coach, is the Founder of Working KnowledgeCSP, an independent, internationally recognized knowledge management consulting company and service disabled veteran owned small business.
After a 25-year USAF career, Bill served as the Chief Knowledge Officer and Knowledge Management Practice Manager at Acquisition Solutions, Inc. (ASI), a public sector only management consulting company. Under Bill's knowledge leadership, ASI earned Top 20 North American Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise (MAKE) recognition from Teleos in 2007, 2008, and 2009. Prior to that, he was the Deputy Global KM Practice Manager at SAIC.
Bill holds a BS in Business and Economics from Lehigh University, an MBA from The Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, and a Professional Degree in Engineering Management with a concentration in Knowledge Management from The George Washington University. Bill is a graduate of The Dwight D. Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy (formerly the Industrial College of the Armed Forces). He is also an adjunct professor in knowledge management at the University of Maryland, University College.


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QUESTIONS? Email Tara Mohn [masked] or Victor Jimenez [masked].

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