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KIN - The Innovation Network

What is KIN?

KIN is part of the IKON Research Unit based at WBS and connects peers, practitioners, researcher and experts, providing a non-competitive, sharing environment to help members improve their business practices.

KIN membership provides organisations with access to a range of activities and resources including workshops, special themed meetings, member-only online resources, and access to WBS research.

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News and Events


Autumn 2019 KIN Member's Workshop

PUTTING COMMUNITIES AT THE HEART OF YOUR KNOWLEDGE ECO SYSTEM

DATE: 17/18 September 2019

VENUE: Radcliffe Conference Centre, University of Warwick, CV4 7SH

You can register to this event as a paying participant. For more information contact KIN@wbs.ac.uk


Past events

Knowledge Management Masterclass: Exploring ISO 30401

This one-day interactive masterclass will take a deep dive into the KM Chef's Canvas and 'Chef's Specials' highlighting examples of good and innovative KM practices.

DATE: Tuesday 9th July 2019 - 10:00 - 16:00


Masterclass: How To Map, Manage And Develop Expertise In Organisations

Led by Rodrigo Ribeiro, UFMG, Brazil

The interactive masterclass will introduce a suite of tools to manage tacit knowledge, what we can do but cannot describe in words.

DATE: Tuesday 25th June 2019 - 10:00 - 16:00


Summer 2019 KIN Member's Workshop

INTELLIGENT AUTOMATION FOR THE NEW AUGMENTED WORKFORCE

DATE: 18/19 June 2019


Ethnography in Industry Masterclass

Led by Simon Roberts from Stripe Partners by Mark Burchell from DSTL

DATE: Wednesday 22nd May 2019


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KIN membership provides

  • Quarterly Workshops
  • Masterclasses, Roundtables and Webinars
  • Member-only online resources
  • Dedicated consultancy time with KIN Facilitators
  • Access to WBS research and academics

From 2019 most KIN events are also open to individual participants. To learn about different levels of organizational membership or to register as a paying participant contact KIN@wbs.ac.uk

"KIN workshops are well planned and facilitated and generate a lot of energy and enthusiasm - difficult to improve on!"
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