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KIN - The Innovation Network

What is KIN?

KIN is a non-profit network of private, public and third sector organisations, supporting their efforts in becoming innovating organisations. The challenge to be fit for the future is demanding and effective practices are emerging. Our network is designed to support professionals to lead that change through practice, knowledge and skills development.

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.

Read on to see how KIN can add value to your organisation.

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Forthcoming Events

Tuesday 10 October 2019, 10-16, London

Masterclass: Tackling isolation and avoiding burnout (for knowledge & community managers and innovators)

How do you tackle technostress and avoid burnout for good mental health?

Tuesday 12th November 2019, 10:00 -16:00, Severn Trent Water, Raynesway, West Service Road, Derby DE21 7JA

Masterclass: Knowledge Risk Assessments

The aim of this interactive masterclass is to explore the idea of 'Knowledge Risk' and how an organisation may go about managing it.

Tuesday 3rd & Wednesday 4th December 2019, Scarman Conference Centre, CV4 7AL

Workshop: Building a Culture for Innovation

What practices can strategists and leaders implement to achieve this?

Monday 27th January 2020, The Shard, London, SE1 9SG

Roundtable: Foundation for Knowledge Sharing Communities of Practice

What is a knowledge sharing community and why is it important?

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


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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
Our 2019/20 KIN Membership Brochure will explain the full benefits of KIN membership.

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!"
HSE

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