Are you a professional struggling in making your organisational knowledge valuable or do you work in Knowledge Management?

Be ready, the Swiss Knowledge Management Forum is coming to Geneva!

SKMF is a platform that brings together Knowledge Management enthusiasts in Switzerland, where local communities meet and learn from others, sharing challenges and successes.

To open up this series here we would like to start by testing the appetite and by throwing back the ball to you: WHAT ARE YOUR CHALLENGES?

Need an ear to brainstorm? Come to meet us and look at how others are able to overcome similar challenges to the ones you may be facing.

After a brief introduction on the nature of individual and collective knowledge, together we will discover what are the insights of each participant in facing complex knowledge challenges in its professional domain. Roundtable discussions and practical exercises will help us in identifying common heuristics in solving those challenges revealing at the same time the diversity and richness of the community of knowledge passionates in the Geneva area.


Gianguglielmo Calvi (aka Giangu)

Gianguglielmo Calvi (aka Giangu)

Gianguglielmo Calvi is a Computer Scientist and Knowledge Manager (IKF certified), PRINCE2© and ITIL© certified, former researcher in Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence, with 20+ years of experience across academia, private sector and international organisations. He is committed to optimising the impact of knowledge in complex organisational domains, with a focus on development, sustainability, security and social empowerment.

Rocio Sanz

Rocio Sanz

Based in Geneva, Switzerland, Rocio serves organizations, teams, and individuals in the humanitarian and development context as a knowledge broker and mentor to enhance their knowledge management strategies, competitive and business intelligence. Rocio specialises in knowledge retention, building communities and networks, developing frameworks, inspiring for knowledge sharing in trustful environments, supporting and facilitating learning and co-creation, and assessing and measuring the use of knowledge.


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