Social Learning as a Transformative Strategy
Etienne and Beverly Wenger-Trayner are world-renowned social learning theorists and practitioners. Etienne has authored and co-authored seminal books on social learning, including Cultivating Communities of Practice and Situated Learning, where the term “communities of practice” was coined. Beverly’s expertise is in the design and facilitation of learning in international contexts, including communities, networks, activities, and the use of technology.
Taking Knowledge to Market
Katrina (Kate) Pugh is Academic Director of the Columbia University Information and Knowledge Strategy program and president of AlignConsulting, specializing in business planning and knowledge-based transformation. Kate is general editor and co-author of Smarter Innovation and author of Sharing Hidden Know-How. She consults and lectures widely, and is a lead benchmarker with the Digital Workplace Group (formerly Intranet Benchmarking Forum).
Senior and emerging leaders from top AEC firms will share case studies, lessons learned, and inspiration on topics such as:
- Knowledge Sharing and Information Management
- Scaling Research and Innovation Initiatives
- Implementing Continious Improvement Programs
- Managing Social Media and Content Marketing
- Integrating Internal and External Communications
- Cultivating Communities of Practice
KA Connect 2015 will take place at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts on May 5th and 6th, 2015. We’ll be announcing speakers and program details over the next several months.
Take advantage of Early Registration Pricing while we plan.