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SIKM Boston

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on May 23, 2011 at 7:13:59 pm
 

Don't think we need to keep KM Forum activities updated - let people follow the link.

Welcome to SIKM Boston!

  The SI KM Leaders’ central goal is to be a mutual resource:

  A sounding board and creative presence in each others’ KM practices. This we accomplish

  through workshopping, sharing best practices, and sharing our respective networks.  

 

  Welcome to the "open" page of the SIKM Boston collaboration platform.  On this public page non-members
  can learn more about us and register to join the SIKM Boston community site

  In the community site you will see the detailed charter, meeting notes, announcement, job opportunities and discussions. 

  SIKM Boston site is a place  for us to share and access insights from our peers. Consider it a place for mutual inspiration:

  Give and receive links, documents, ideas, references, and even referrals. 

 

 The site is pretty simple - wiki with some alerting, document inclusion, and integration with the leading social media.  Follow us on twitter at @sikmboston. 

 

  Also consult the The PBworks Manual and 30-second training videos to learn how to edit, add videos and invite users.

 

 

Next SIKM Boston Meeting 

Next meeting will be hosted on 26 May by Dan Keldsen (IAI) at One Broadway, Cambridge, MA.  Details are here May 26, 2011 Meeting  (please comment/nominate on the topic options and indicate if you are coming!)

 

Boston KM Forum (Our Sister Organization)

The KM Forum meets twice a month.  A breakfast meeting is held the first Friday of the month and an afternoon meeting is held the third Thursday of the month from 400pm - 600pm.  Full-day meetings are held quarterly.   Visit About the Boston KM Forum for more information.

 

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