Knowledge Network UK (KN-UK) is a learning, knowledge sharing and networking group for KMers who work in law firms, with branches in Bristol, Birmingham and Manchester (find out more here

In order to improve KN-UK and make sure that it continues to provide great value for money and fufils the needs of the UK law firm KM community, I would be grateful if you would answer a few questions to help me understand which topics are useful and how else the group could develop.

Your answers can be anonymous and confidential.

Question Title

* 1. Which topics interest you?

  1 - not interested 2 3 - neutral 4 5 - really interested
Agile working in law firms
Artifical intelligence & cognitive computing
Automated document assembly
Business cases - writing and developing
Careers - possibilities and advice for promotions etc
Change management
Changing role of the librarian
Changing role of the PSL
Clients - Extranets and KM for clients
Clients - how do they see/value KM in law firms
Cloud computing - security and risk
Customer engagement/feedback
E-learning - pros & cons & how to make it work
Effecting cultural changes/working with different cultures
Improving communication - with lawyers
Improving communication - with senior leadership
Improving knowledge sharing culture
Improving knowledge sharing through conversation
Incentives, rewards and recognition schemes
Innovation - developing creative thinking
Innovation - general theory
Innovation - turning great ideas into workable ones
Intranet design and implementation
KM - understanding how it works in other sectors
KM metrics
KM strategies (departmental and whole firm)
KM teams/hierarchies/roles
KM theory and practice - fundamentals
KM theory and practice - hot current topics
Knowledge mapping
Knowledge-based marketing
Leadership and influencing skills
Learning and training
Managing teams
Media - understanding and interacting with the media
On-line communities - making them work
Personal Knowledge Management and Snowden's theories
Personal resilience - coping with change and difficult relationships
Presentation skills
Process management - Lean, Kaizen, 6 sigma etc
Process mapping
Project Management/LPM
Reflective learning (including new SRA rules for solicitors)
Risk Management and KM
Search and/or know how databases
Social media for knowledge sharing
Social media for marketing
Time management and organising skills
Using LinkedIn/Twitter/blogs
Writing skills
Younger employees - working with/motivating/understanding them

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* 2. If you had to pick your favourite two or three from the list above, which would they be?

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