KMSA ISO 30401 Workshop - 30 September 2020

ISO 30401 Knowledge Management Systems

Date: 30 September 2020
Time: 09:00 – 13:30 CAT 


Members R 2 800
Non-Members R 3 000 

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Workshop Registration

Terms and Conditions: Please note that delegates will be held liable for the full fee if registration is not cancelled by Monday, 28 September 2020 or if the delegate is a “no show”

Meet the Workshop Presenters

Chris Collison
Chris Collison is a best-selling author, speaker, facilitator and established knowledge management consultant who has served over 150 client organisations over the past 15 years.    

He was a part of BP’s award-winning KM team, and a senior director in Centrica, and now advises numerous organisations around the world, including the International Olympic Committee, World Bank and UN.  

Chris is a chartered fellow of the CIPD and teaches the Advanced KM Programme at Henley Business School and is visiting lecturer at Skolkovo Business School in Moscow

Paul Corney
Paul Corney came to knowledge management while working in the City of London in the mid-1990s. He has led numerous assignments since across a variety of sectors in the Americas, Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, helping clients to identify and make use of the knowledge that resides inside their organisations. An experienced advisor, practitioner and masterclass leader.  Paul, has been a visiting lecturer on knowledge and innovation / information management at the University of Brighton and London Metropolitan University and is well published. 

He is a member of the British Standards Institute KM Standards committee that worked on the ISO KM Standard, President Elect of the Chartered Institute for Libraries & Information Professionals (CILIP) and a member of the project board responsible for the ongoing development of the Chartered Knowledge Manager Practitioner Programme. 

He was recently announced as the 2019 Walford Award winner for services to the global KM Community.  He has written extensively on the potential value of the new standards for Knowledge & Information Management Professionals.