Four EK thought leaders are speaking at the upcoming Midwest KM Symposium being held on April 16th and 17th in Cincinnati, OH at Western & Southern Life’s Headquarters. This is a free, one and a half day conference for KM practitioners and experts across all industries and sectors.
EK’s Senior Knowledge Management Consultant, Guillermo Galdamez’s presentation, “Applying Agile Principles to Ensure the Success of Your KM Strategy,” uses real-world examples to illustrate how agile practices can enhance the outcomes of your KM approach and strategy. Participants will learn how different approaches and principles can be applied to different situations, regardless of industry or organization size.
EK Senior Knowledge Management Analyst, Madison Jaronski, and EK Knowledge Management Technical Consultant, Todd Fahlberg’s presentation, “Give the People What They Want: An Approach to Thoughtful KM Technology”, will provide attendees with proven practices for thoughtfully approaching KM Technology. Their four-phased presentation will cover how to gather requirements and define personas, develop metric-driven evaluations, combine quantitative and qualitative data to make holistic decisions, and craft successful implementation plans.
EK Senior Consultant, Jamie Muskopf, will lead a 3 hour workshop, “See Think Solve: Using the Innovation Dynamics Framework to Diagnose KM Problems.” Attendees will learn and practice how to “see” KM related problems using the six lenses of innovation dynamics, “think” through a problem once it is seen, and “solve” the problem using design thinking and other business frameworks.
You can still register for the one and a half day symposium here.