Seminars

Our seminars are the cornerstones of the NetIKX experience. They offer a friendly, safe environment in which you can learn and feel comfortable in sharing your own experience with other members, and speakers, as part of the learning by sharing process. Future seminars are announced on the Home page.

  • NetIKX holds six seminars per year with respected, thought leading speakers
  • NetIKX seminars are free to members. Non-members are welcome subject to the non-member fee of £50 per person
  • Past speakers have included:
    • Angela Abell / Luisa Jefford, TFPL, Sue Westcott, DCLG, Peter McMeekin, GSK - IM/KM skills and competencies
    • Malcom Weston - Protecting information and knowledge assets and resources
    • Elisabeth Goodman, Suzanne Burge - Social networking tools
    • Veronica Fraser, DH - Information assurance
    • Graham Monk, DWP - The Knowledge Council
    • Victoria Ward, Ellen Collins, Spark - Knowledge Ttransfer Programme
    • Euan Semple - Person-to-person communications
    • Peter Goodwin - Information literacy
    • Geoff Parcell, Practical KM - Experience versus expertise
    • Richard Dennison, BT - Social media tools ina corporate context
    • Martin Sanderson, TFPL - Records management
    • Adrian Melrose, Cogenz - Social bookmarking
    • David Gurteen - Learning, sharing and collaboration
    • Stella Dextre Clarke - Standarising the language of IM and KM
    • Kevin Miles, TRL - IM and KM in everyday work
    • David Skyrme - Demonstrating the value of IM and KM
    • Chris Collison - Consultant and author of "Learning to Fly"
    • Liz Orna - Information Products: making knowledge visible

    See more about past events and speakers

    • Our seminars are informal and interactive, often including mini-workshops
    • We try to make seminars a true learning experience, with plenty of opportunity to interact with both the speakers and professional colleagues
    • Key learning points are summarised at the seminar. NetIKX seminars will invariably give you practical ideas to try back at your own workplace
    • A full report and any presentation material are published on this web site in the 'members only' area (not accessible to non member attendees).
    • Seminars are normally held in Central London in the afternoon. They always conclude with an opportunity to carry on the discussion informally, to network and share knowledge and learning. There is always time to seek help with one's own workplace challenges.

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