The Association for Information Management
Thursday 29 November 2012
Energy Institute, 61 New Cavendish Street, London W1G 7AR
Oxford Circus, Regents Park, Great Portland Street, Bond Street (in that order)
ASLIB and IFEG members:
£36.00 inc VAT.
Non-members: £72.00 inc VAT.
For further information and to book a place contact Catherine Cosgrove at the Energy Institute, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
13.30 Registration, tea and coffee
14.00 Gareth Parkes, Knowledge Manager, Energy Institute, ‘Identifying and filling knowledge gaps’
The Energy Institute (EI) is the professional body for the energy industry. Gareth’s role at the EI involves knowledge management development, coordinating and improving the way in which the EI handles knowledge and enabling the EI to develop its energy-evidence base. Gareth has focused on developing an EI taxonomy, information dissemination and communications, social media, knowledge networks and member engage
14.30 Elisabeth Goodman and John Riddell, RiverRhee Consulting, ‘Organizing and retrieving knowledge’
The purpose of this session is to look at the practicalities of making knowledge accessible on demand quickly and easily to those who need it.
RiverRhee Consulting, works with established business teams in Library & Information management, and in the Pharmaceutical Industry/Life Sciences, to enhance team effectiveness. Elisabeth and John will be focusing on RiverRhee’s 3 main strands for KM which are Communities of Interest / Practice, Collaborative Team Working and Learning before, during and after – as the central pillars for providing access to knowledge in a quick, easy and practical way.
15.00 James Andrews, Knowledge and Information Management Officer, British Red Cross, ‘The challenges that come from culture, and practical solutions’ James is a qualified knowledge and information professional with experience of introducing knowledge sharing tools and techniques to organizations, information management practice, and the delivery of a wide range of information services within academic, professional membership and corporate working environments.
15.30 Tea, coffee and biscuits
16.00 Panel and delegate discussion. The aim of this is to enable everyone to share knowledge, issues and solutions so that delegates can develop their own work for the benefit of their employers and customers.