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.
Thursday 28th May 2020, 14:00 - 15:30
This interactive online session will help you identify your problem solving styles.
Wednesday 17th June 2020, 9:45 - 16:30 (four online sessions throughout the day)
Our summer workshop on 17th June is focusing on "Innovation during Adversity" and we are opening the day with David Gurteen available to everyone for free. This session will explore how we create the right environment for innovation by changing the ways in which we interact with each other.
We will follow our opening session from David Gurteen with three sessions open to our KIN members with guest speakers; Claire Hartnell (People diligence), Serena Snoad (Alzheimer's Society UK) and Rosemary Nunn (Knowledge Management and Innovation Solutions). Join us for what promises to be an enlightening anf fascinating day.
If you are interested in joining the KI-Network and attending these events please contact KIN@wbs.ac.uk
KIN membership provides
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!"