Within the UK (and, of course, worldwide) there are a number of membership organisations and communities that are concerned with knowledge and information management. They have different emphases, different modes of operation and even different approaches to membership. Some have regular meetings and a paid membership, while others are virtual and have no formal status or funds. Between these two extremes, there are many variants. In addition, different communities draw their members from different groups, both in terms of occupation and of industry.
NetIKX is inviting such communities and organisations based in the UK, but mainly in London, to give short presentations on their genesis, membership and operation.
Communities that have already accepted this invitation include the Henley Forum for Organisational Learning & Knowledge Strategies and the Knowledge and Innovation Network (KIN) – more details on other organisations will be available shortly. The presentations will be followed by the usual NetIKX syndicate sessions, where people can talk about our own experiences of networking groups. It will also be possible to discuss whether there is scope for these groups to collaborate and, if so, how it might be done.
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