KM/Knowledge Services Community Discussion Forum
On Wednesday, November 3, 2021 at 12:50 PM (ET) our next Discussion Forum will have for its topic KM/Knowledge Services and Storytelling. Our Co-Host and Moderator will be Johel Brown-Grant, a noted leader on the subject (and an active member of our KM/Knowledge Services Community).
Johel is also recognized as one of the co-authors (with Dean Testa and Denise Bedford) of Assessment Strategies for Knowledge Organizations (Working Methods for Knowledge Management (Emerald Publishing, 2019). With that title – called “an unmissable book for knowledge management professionals and researchers” – Johel has emerged as one of the leading authorities on assessment in the KM/knowledge services field.
Now, with his equally recognized expertise as a storytelling strategist, Johel has a perfect framework for speaking to our group and moderating our discussion forum. Specifically, Johel will be talk about how we, as knowledge services strategists, can use storytelling to support our KM/knowledge services initiatives. Then he will then moderate our discussion, with specific reference to how we, as knowledge services strategists, can frame this important approach for knowledge services.
To reserve your place, go to https://www.meetup.com/km-knowledge-services-community/and sign in. On the day of the meeting, click on the direct link for the meeting which you’ll find at the right of the description.
Looking forward, John Hovell on December 1st will be with us to speak about and moderate our discussion on Conversational Leadership. A recognized expert on this topic, John will share his thoughts on the subject that – in my opinion – precisely connects knowledge services with what we’ve been attempting to do for the past thirty years. I think of Conversational Leadership as linking directly to our work with knowledge services, knowledge strategy, and strategic learning, helping us create a body of social and organizational interaction that works for all. We can count on John to pull it all together for us.
So come join us. You’ll be welcome at our next KM/Knowledge Services Community Discussion Forum.