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Knowledge Management is dead - Hello Knowledge Networks!

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ABOUT THIS COURSE

**COURSE DATE & TIME: OCTOBER 31st, 7-9 PM CET**

Nowadays, the boundaries of companies and organisations are blurring as the world becomes increasingly connected, and so is the way we work. We operate in networks, we work on projects in different teams and often involving different companies. In this context, learning and sharing knowledge is more imporant than ever.

For decades companies have been trying to deploy "knowledge management" processes, betraying a flawed mindset: that organisations are machines and knowledge is a resource that can be managed and optimised. The cruel reality is that organisations are in fact networks of humans, who come and go, who are beautifully unpredictable.

In this workshop we will look into the following questions:

  • Is "knowledge management" a thing of the past?
  • What is the role of knowledge in the connected paradigm?
  • How can we use our knowledge to create value, collaborate and build reputation?

DETAILS

This is a Facilitated Online Workshop, so come prepared to participate! In this two-hour workshop you will be actively engaged in discussing the topic of knowledge and networks and hear from others.

Agenda for the two hours:

  • Checkin
  • The connected paradigm
  • Knowledge and the future of organisations
  • Three case studies of knowledge sharing as a network

Your host


Manel Heredero is an organisational transformation facilitator who works with organisations seeking to empower their teams to innovate and transform business strategy. A Ouishare Connector and a consultant for Ideas for Change, his focus is on collaborative and agile practices, knowledge management and collective intelligence. Manel is fascinated by networked organisations, distributed leadership and innovative governance models, and their ability to transform traditional companies into adaptive and purposeful organisations.
 



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