Boston Seminar/Masterclass

November 2, 2009

A busy week of meetings in London this week, then I start a three week around the world trip that takes in Boston, West Point, San Jose, The Naval Post-graduate school in Monterrey then Singapore (with a side trip to Seattle thrown in for good measure). Mostly teaching and a couple of major conferences. For KM World in San Jose I am organising a special half day of complexity based learning at the end of the event, more on that later in the week.

Boston on the 10th November sees my one day seminar/masterclass on complexity theory and its implications for organisational development and strategy. We keep these seminars small deliberately as it allows for greater personalisation and provides an ability to deal with the specific situation of each delegate. Since we set them up at the start of the year they have had a great reception and this is the first time in Boston. There are still a few places left and you can book here. Existing members of the Cognitive Edge network, or their guests get a 20% discount and we have always extended that to members of the Boston KM Forum and the Plexus Institute.

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