Network Events:

 

Our network events allow you to explore and recognise good business practice.  

 

Each month we delve into one of the themes that underpin exceptional performance.  Join us as members of our network reveal their stories and the keys to their success. 

 

Presenters include organisations drawn from our highest performing, peer-assessed organisations in the specified theme over the past year. 

 

These events allow us to showcase and recognise their achievements;   you decide as we judge the winner of our award for the most inspirational organisation in the specified theme.  

 

Celebrate their achievements and network over a glass of wine and nibbles.

 

Price:  £30+vat for members;  £55+vat for non-members.

Our next event:
Bringing a Knowledge Management Strategy to Life

When:  Tuesday 9th January 2018, 12noon – 4:30pm

Where:  CIMA, London

This interactive session will enable the sharing of good practice.

Tony McQuaid, Knowledge and Information Manager for NS&I will be sharing his experiences.

A Q&A session will be followed by an open session enabling people to share good practice and explore current challenges.

For more details, please click here;  to book a place at this event, please contact us.

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CSNET Book Club

Next meeting date:  31st January 2018

Topic:  ‘Inclusive Talent Management: how business can thrive in an age of diversity’ by Stephen Frost and Danny Kalman.

For more details visit: csnetbookclub.org

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The BPIR – Best Practice Papers

The BPIR is an international organisation based out of the Massey University in New Zealand.

They have very kindly allowed us to share two of their recent reports:

Employee Happiness

Innovation

With many thanks to Robin Mann for sharing these papers.

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Phone-a-friend and Member driven events

If you have a pressing problem and would like some help, just let us know.

We can ask whether any of our members can help and also find out if anyone shares your interests.

A recent request for help with Knowledge Management resulted in a useful seminar and the event on the 7th December is a follow up to that event.

To find out more, please contact us.

For more information about our recent Knowldedge Management seminar please see our News section