Gurteen Knowledge Events: Europe/Russia/Middle East/North Africa Tue, 27 Jun 2017 03:00:33 +0100 This feed lists events that have recently been posted on the Gurteen Knowledge website in the Europe/Russia/Middle East/North Africa region (David Gurteen) (David Gurteen) Gurteen Knowledge$File/gurteen170x60.gif en-us Custom Lotus Notes Agent Applying the discipline of Behavioural Science to Knowledge Management Link: <a href="">Gurteen Knowledge</a><br>Date: Mon 26 Jun 2017<br>Organizer: Gurteen Knowledge<br>Location: London, United Kingdom<br><br><div style="text-align:center;"> <button name ='register' style="width:190; height:80; font-size: 10pt; font-weight: bold;" type='button' onclick= 'javascript:Booking("Ipsos+MORI+Knowledge+Cafe+26+June+2017","_blank",600,400,"resizable=yes,scrollbars=yes,toolbar=yes,menubar=yes,status=yes,location=yes,directories=yes"); ' style='font-family: Arial;font-size: 10px;' >Register for a place on this event or cancel an existing booking</button> </div> <br> <b>Date </b>Monday 26 June 2017, 6:00pm - 9:00pm. This is a <b>free</b> event. Please arrive at 6:00pm or shortly after, which will give you time to settle in and meet other people. There will be some light refreshments available. The cafe itself will start prompt at 6:30pm. <br><br> <b>Speaker</b> Colin Strong <br><br> Colin is the Global Head of Behavioural Science at Ipsos. His academic background is in psychology, and he is – in essence - a consumer researcher. He is passionate about the ways in which we can understand behaviour whether through market research techniques, behavioural science or data analytics. His role with Ipsos means he works with brands and the public sector to create growth, profitability and policy innovation. You can find out more about him, and read some of his work at his <a href="" target="_blank">website</a>. <br><br> <b>Overview of Topic</b> <br><br> From John Dewey to Michael Gove: Experts are under attack from many quarters. Not least the area of behavioural science which suggests that experts are just as fallible as the rest of us. So just what is expertise in Knowledge Management? And would bots do a better job? <br><br> <b>The Question</b> <br><br> As we learn more and more about the way the human mind really works, how can we apply this knowledge to help us deal with the world of information super-abundance into which we are emerging? <br><br> <b>Sponsor </b>Argent LLP<br><br> <b>Venue</b> <br> Ipsos MORI <br> 3 Thomas More Square <br> London, E1W 1YW <br><br> <b> Map </b> <br> <div style="text-align:center;"> <iframe src="!1m18!1m12!1m3!1d2483.2878323826435!2d-0.06975618390106508!3d51.507935179635446!2m3!1f0!2f0!3f0!3m2!1i1024!2i768!4f13.1!3m3!1m2!1s0x48760357196b5e3d%3A0xb885ac56e90836e!2sIpsos+MORI!5e0!3m2!1sen!2suk!4v1496316237337" width="600" height="450" frameborder="0" style="border:0" allowfullscreen></iframe> </div> <br><br> <div style="text-align:center;"> <button name ='register' style="width:190; height:80; font-size: 10pt; font-weight: bold;" type='button' onclick= 'javascript:Booking("Ipsos+MORI+Knowledge+Cafe+26+June+2017","_blank",600,400,"resizable=yes,scrollbars=yes,toolbar=yes,menubar=yes,status=yes,location=yes,directories=yes"); ' style='font-family: Arial;font-size: 10px;' >Register for a place on this event or cancel an existing booking</button> </div> EF31129FE4C5893880258132003DA384 Fri, 09 Jun 2017 11:07:31 +0100 David Gurteen Gamification Masterclass for HR purposes Link: <a href="">Gurteen Knowledge</a><br>Date: 14 - 15 Sep 2017<br>Organizer: Global Leading Conferences<br>Location: Wien, Austria<br><br>Gamification has gained a lot of attention lately, in particular in the world of Human Resources. It was said to be a great method for increasing employee motivation, engagement and efficiency – a goal that every company strives for. But how can you apply gamification in practice? How do you design and build the gamified process for success? <br><br> At this interactive MasterClass An Coppens will aim to pass her skills on gamification design to HR professionals. The participants will work together through best practices and frameworks for gamification directly applied to HR processes. DB9401D660DFAF7A8025814500358D64 Thu, 22 Jun 2017 10:27:17 +0100 David Gurteen Perfectly Natural Retreats Link: <a href="">Gurteen Knowledge</a><br>Date: 10 - 13 Oct 2017<br>Organizer: Thora Thorsdottir<br>Location: Near Selfoss, Iceland<br><br>This retreat, taking place in Iceland is aimed at professionals who are contemplating change, grappling with work-related issues or who are simply looking for time out to recharge.<br> <br> The purpose, theme and take-away will focus on well-being, presence and ease. This can benefit you both in and outside of work - for example with regards to decisions, gaining insight and clarity.<br> <br> During the three night retreat, participants will also experience the captivating natural surroundings, to include a lagoon and crater lake.<br> <br> Thora is based in the United Kingdom - her associate David Callahan is based in Italy and together they will be offering learnings and one-to-one coaching during the retreat. <br> <br> They will be offering a retreat in Northern Italy in June of next year. <br> <br> Please do visit the web-site and/or contact Thora directly for further information. 551269C4CC8E28EA80258137003D6CC0 Thu, 08 Jun 2017 11:20:40 +0100 David Gurteen The Implications of Blockchain for KM and IM Link: <a href="">Gurteen Knowledge</a><br>Date: Thu 06 Jul 2017<br>Organizer: NetIKX<br>Location: London, United Kingdom<br><br><p>Blockchain is a word that is growing in usage – in both the IT and information management worlds. It is one of the most exciting and potentially game-changing technologies. But what is it and what does it mean? And as information professionals what do we need to know? What will be its impact on the management of information and knowledge?</p> <p>This NetIKX session will introduce the concept of Blockchain and how it is shaping the future of operations and data assets. It will give some background to a number of benefits, issues and possible applications of Blockchain. This will be done from a technology and information management perspective. The session will also show a number of specific Blockchain projects that are being developed by The National Archives.</p> <p>The speakers are:</p> <ul><li><strong>Noeleen Schenk</strong>, who has over twenty years&#039; experience of working in the information sector as a practitioner, researcher and consultant. Her recent projects have focused on all aspects of information and knowledge management – from governance to assurance, helping clients successfully manage their information and minimise the risk to their information assets.</li> <li><strong>Marc Stephenson</strong>, who is the Technical Director at Metataxis. Marc has worked on the design, implementation and ongoing management of information systems for over 25 years, including organisations in health, central and local government, banking, utilities, new media and publishing. He has architected and implemented many IT solutions, ranging from intranets, document management systems, records management systems, and ECM portals. </li> <li><strong>John Sheridan</strong>, who is the Digital Director at The National Archives, where he leads the development of the organisation&#039;s digital archiving capability and the transformation of its digital services.</li> <li><strong>Mark Bell</strong>, who is a member of The National Archives&#039; Digital Research team. Mark has over 20 years&#039; experience working with database technologies, both as developer and designer, including organisations in government, telecoms, and banking. </lu></ul> <p>A pdf giving details of the meeting can be downloaded from <a href=" km-6-july-2017.pdf">here</a>.</p> 959939D10429115380258149003FFB6A Mon, 26 Jun 2017 09:37:12 +0100 David Gurteen