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Brochure%20knowledge%20management%20masterclass.pdfA 2016 study of about 3,000 people found that at a time of limited productivity growth in the UK, only 33% regard their workplace as optimised for productivity. And yet by 2020 it is estimated almost 40% of workers will work independently.
As the trend shifts towards co-working hubs what are organisations doing to equip people with tools, techniques and ‘knowledge spaces’ to facilitate the sharing of knowledge and better working practices?
In this interactive masterclass Paul J. Corney will draw on more than 25 years of KM experience of creating effective knowledge spaces. He will use the results of research conducted with KM thought leaders and on a short survey delegates will be asked to complete in advance. Here’s one of the questions (and an answer) from a leading ‘KM’er’:
“Does your office encourage collaboration?”
“Yes and no! It does encourage conversation but we still have silo working. I think there’s an assumption that open plan equals collaborative working but there are very few huddle type areas which would actually help much more…”.