Designing a Knowledge Management program can feel overwhelming. As a KM practitioner you need to take the time to identify KM challenges, frustrations, and goals, speak with stakeholders, and prioritize your findings to a single set of core challenges and solutions for the organizations - but with such a broad challenge, where should you start?
In this discussion and workshop, KM experts Zach Wahl and Madison Jaronski will leverage their experience guiding complex organizations in order to present a means of deconstructing KM and then prioritizing tasks based on business value. A hands-on exercise will allow groups to apply the KM workstream approach to build initial roadmaps to provide actionable organizational value with KM.
DATE: Wednesday, February 20,[masked]:00PM – 8:00PM
LOCATION: Enterprise Knowledge, LLC (3100 Clarendon Boulevard, Suite 300, Arlington VA 22201)
6:00 - 6:30 – Network among KM’ers
6:30 - 6:35 – Event welcome!
6:35 - 7:55 – Presentation and Workshop
7:55 - 8:00 – Farewell!
Zach Wahl is Founder and CEO of Enterprise Knowledge. Wahl has over twenty years of experience leading knowledge and information management projects in both the private and public sector where he has worked with more than 200 organizations to strategize, design, and implement a variety of KM activities and strategies.
Madison Jaronski is a KM Analyst at Enterprise Knowledge. As a Learning Enthusiast and Collaboration Expert, Jaronski has led multiple Strategy and Implementation efforts where she provided innovative and engaging solutions, such as Gamification, to increase adoption and sustainment of enterprise KM initiatives.
Sign-up via KMCDC Meetup.com.
QUESTIONS? Email Tara Mohn [masked]
See you there!