Cancelled due to low numbers
Planning is inherently knowledge-intensive and the volume and complexity of this information has increased drastically with the growth of the internet. Most experienced planners have not been specifically trained in digital information practices nor have an awareness of the latest technologies to support the effective use of information in their practice. This impacts not only how robustly information associated with project work is managed, but more importantly how professional knowledge and expertise as a whole is managed by the individual practitioner.
This course empowers planners to make deliberate decisions on their knowledge management practices, and to implement the latest technological solutions to suit their style of working. This course is a great antidote to the feeling of information overload in modern practice.
This course is structured around the practical output of a personalised information management strategy. Creating this plan during this one day workshop enables the following topics to be explored:
This course works best as a "Bring your own Device" session but this is not essential.
By the end of the course attendees will:
Who should attend?The course is targeted to experienced planners who would like to bring some structure and organisation to the way they access, storage and use information across all areas of practice, from project work to professional development resources.
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