KM Chicago will meet on Tuesday, February 7 at 5:30, to learn about recent research findings on critical success factors for KM success. Note that the meeting will be at a new site. Please see location details and dial-in information in the sidebar. Meetings are free to all and no registration is required.
Conley will discuss the results of his doctoral research on the critical
success factors (CSFs) for knowledge management. Curtis will present a summary
of current thinking around the most critical factors for KM, the results of his
study, what differences do (and don't) exist between different industries,
organizations of different sizes, different geographic regions, etc., and
ultimately share a new framework of CSFs for KM developed as a result of the
The goal of the discussion will be to share
what factors may be most applicable to your organization, and to see if the
experience of KM Chicago members line up with the results of this study.
Curtis earned his doctorate in Adult
Education with a cognate in Knowledge Management from Northern Illinois
University. His research interests
include knowledge management, organizational learning, social media, and
enterprise collaboration. Curtis also works as a Community Coordinator within
the Global Consulting Knowledge Management group at Deloitte. There he works
with community moderators to launch and maintain successful communities of
Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Monday, January 09, 2012
Mark your calendars for KM Chicago’s first meeting of the new year Tuesday, Feb 7.
With the second Tues being Valentine’s Day, we’re switching to the first Tuesday just this one time. But as usual, the program will start at 5:30 and be available on site and virtually via LiveMeeting.
What is not usual is that we will meet at the offices of Gensler, an architect and design firm with offices in the old Carson Pirie Scott at 11 East Madison.
Watch this space and the KM Chicago LinkedIn group for more details.
We look forward to seeing you on Tues Feb 7 at 5:30.