Wednesday, January 05, 2011

January 11th Meeting: New Year's Knowledge Management Resolution

As defined on Wikipedia, a New Year's Resolution is, "a commitment that an individual makes to a personal goal, project, or the reforming of a habit."  Given that definition, do you have any Knowledge Management resolutions that you will be making this year?  It could be anything from an exciting new project you'll be working on, or simply the resolution to stop doing something that isn't working now.

Welcoming the new year, on January 11th KM Chicago will host a roundtable discussion on this topic.

Please plan to join us for this free-form discussion where we have the opportunity to learn more about what our fellow KM Chicago community members are working on, and what they plan to accomplish during this new year.  We hope to see you there!

1 comment:

Susan E. Fisher said...

Well, my New Year's resolution is to spend more time connecting, learning and sharing with KM colleagues. As one who preaches the virtues of knowledge-sharing and collaboration, I certainly should drink my own Koolaid - (or, perhaps, champagne?) Let's raise a glass of Dom Perignon or (at least a Trader Joe's under $20 selection) to KM.