Knowledge Management Systems Analyst - Save the Children International
After starting out as a Design and Quality Engineer in Melbourne, Australia, David took a sidestep into the world of SharePoint in 2008 and has since been building intranets and knowledge management platforms ever since. After a brief stint into the consulting world David began working in the International Development sector in Washington, D.C. before a move to London. David has been working for Save the Children for 4 years in various Intranet and Knowledge Mangement roles and is currently leading the development of the global knowledge platform strategy.
During this block, all participants will be able to talk with each other at small round tables about different topics of their interest. Table 1 : How to steal a better intranet It’s of great value to seek real practice inspiration for ongoing improvements and radical changes of your intranet. In this session we will practice […]
The following sessions will take place in the same room, one after the other. Session 1 – Workplace by Facebook – Revolution in Internal Communications? – by Agnieszka Haladus, Trans.eu Has Workplace by Facebook started a real revolution in internal communications? What profit can it bring for your employees and information flow among them? […]