Knowledge and Innovation Network

Forthcoming Workshop

KIN Summer 2017 Workshop

Connecting and Collaborating

Date: 20th June 2017

Venue: The Elvetham, Hampshire RG27 8AS


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Connecting and Collaborating

Many KIN Organisations include 'Social Network Analysis' or 'Organisational Network Analysis' as a key component of thier Strategic approach to Knowledge Sharing. This workshop has been set up in direct response to member requests to create an opporunity to share current practices and explore issues in these areas with other KIN members & SNA experts and will provide insights into the changing face of the KIN network over the last fifteen years.

One of the world's leading experts on Social Network Analysis, our SNA Associate Andrew Parker will join us to reflect on how SNA has changed over the years and  will share his academic research and reflections in this area.

Steve Doyle from 3 Degrees Social will help us to explore 'who knows who' and understand how to create a powerful personal profile on LinkedIn. We will explore Socilab, which uses LinkedIn APIs to provide a free social network analysis (SNA) on your personal LinkedIn profile.

Owen Hemmings and Wendy Tanner from PWC will share some insights on how they are currently using SNA to understand their internal and external connections and how this is informing their KM activity across the organisation.

Matt Lewis and Gemma Bramston from Severn Trent water will share how they used a software platform to map their communities of practice and how they connect to strategic business drivers, showing the overlaps and common areas of activity between them.

Who should attend?
Learning and Development managers
Knowledge Managers
Communications specialists
Community managers and facilitators
Training specialists
Change managers

 

 

"Our goal is to leverage data science in the company without requiring data science skills". Thomas Reichel, VP, KPN (Dutch Telecoms)

 

Contact: Dawn Coton This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 0044 (0)24 7652 4503
Information about other forthcoming KIN events is available here

 

 

 

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