A full-day workshop with an introduction to KM is facilitated by experienced KM professionals Helena Hallgarn and Ann Björk from Virtual Intelligence VQ on 25 January 2011.
In January the 5th annual KM Legal Europe conference takes place in Amsterdam with expert contributions from inter alia KM-guru Dave Snowden, Martin Schulz at Freshfields, Marcus Willamowski at Linklaters, Peter Citron at Lovells, Carl Brodén at Mannheimer Swartling and Reidar Gjersvik at Thommessen.
As part of the conference, on 25 January a full-day workshop with an introduction to knowledge management is facilitated by Helena Hallgarn and Ann Björk, founders of Virtual Inteligence VQ. This workshop will introduce delegates to the principles of KM, its practical application in law firms and the most important aspects for making KM really effective in a firm. The delegates will learn about the core elements of KM, identify the issues which might impact on a successful KM implementation, recognise the different approaches to KM, learn how to develop the most suitable KM strategy and recognise how knowledge activity can better support hte whole business of law firms by the development of different KM tools.
But already in November you have another opportunity to listen to Virtual Intelligence VQ in Stockholm at the VQ Knowledge and Strategy Forum, together with other well-reputable and interesting speakers such as leading international strategy adviser Nick Jarrett-Kerr, Janet Day at Berwin Leighton Paisner, Lisa Göransson at Allen & Overy, Juliet Humphries at Bird & Bird, David Fitch at Simmons & Simmons, Magnus Sundsqvist at Ernst & Young and Reidar Gjersvik at Thommessen.
VQ Knowledge and Strategy Forum takes place at the Grand Hôtel in Stockholm on 11 and 12 November and covers topics of interest for leadership, strategy, innovation and technology for the legal and professional services market. This two-day event has a strong focus on the changing legal landscape, how the dynamics of legal services will change in the future, how to leverage the internal knowledge and what strategies or technologies will improve service delivery.