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KM in a time of crisis - lessons learnt from COVID-19

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We have gathered together Knowledge Management professionals from Health Education England, local government, UK Government, DLA Piper, Lloyds, Unesco and United Utilities to share their experiences as well as answer some of the questions that the KM community finds itself asking at the moment.

In a public health emergency like COVID-19, the ability to leverage knowledge and ensure effective knowledge flows can be business critical – including helping public services make life-changing decisions.

It is with this in mind that CILIP has developed an online all-day event on the 19 May to explore the role of Knowledge Management in the response to coronavirus in various sectors.

Speakers will be address the following questions:

  • What can KM teams to do ensure robust and timely knowledge flows?
  • How can KM teams encourage collaboration as well as monitoring the information that is shared?
  • How have plans adapted in this fast-paced environment?
  • How can KM be used to plan for recovery?
  • Is this a chance to embed KM practices in our business continuity planning going forward?

The event will be chaired by Helene Russell owner of The Knowledge Business and Chair of CILIP's K&IM special interest group. You will have the opportunity to ask questions as well as meet with other delegates in virtual Break Out rooms during the morning and afternoon.

Delegates will also have access to a recording of the event that you can refer to at a later date.

Who should attend?

  • KM practitioners from all sectors
  • CILIP members who are working towards KM Chartership and/or Fellowship
  • CILIP KM Chartered Professionals
  • Employers with an interest in KM and how it could benefit their organisation

Online via Zoom 

10am - 4pm

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