posted 30 Jun 2011 in Volume 14 Issue 9
Although Iím no longer in the same office, I know that the
The conference itself will have been and gone by time many of you read this, so I hope that you will have found the event informative and exciting. As well as the fact that the producers have a knack for attracting those who we would affectionately refer to as KM heavyweights, the event just has a great energy. And itís always a fantastic opportunity to catch up with old friends and meet new faces.
And that is the beauty of KM Ė and ultimately why it has survived its own demise, in the eyes of many. There is a good balance between old hands and newbies, bolstered by a plethora of shiny new technological tools, which make the job so much easier.
Some people may not be 100 per cent on the case with social media yet, but theyíre more than likely to be all over the cultural side of things Ė from an individual and organisational perspective.
It will be interesting to see what has changed since KMUK 2010 and how the KM landscape develops from this yearís conference over the coming 12 months. Iím sure that youíll all be involved in the evolution.
Moving on, quite literally, after seven years with Ark Group (now