This free workshop will showcase the KM work of practitioners in the voluntary sector. You will be able to hear of the benefits and challenges of managing knowledge in the voluntary sector as well as a chance to share your own experiences with practitioners from a diverse range of organisations.
This is a great opportunity for anyone who is interested in initiating or improving their organisation's knowledge management practices. So, whether you are from the public, private or not-for-profit sector, please do join us.
Come and learn more about how knowledge management can create a more successful organisation.
Although the event is free, places are limited and so it is important to register - please contact Ruth Cufflin at email@example.com
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Lawrence Lessig discusses Network Neutrality, Free Culture, Google Print, Orphaned Works and other topics at the Rochester Institute of Technology. March 24, 2006. (1 hr 58 min)
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