Those nice people at ARK want to make you an offer

March 25, 2009

I will be keynote speaker at the 6th annual Knowledge and Content Management Conference which runs from the 8th to the 9th of June 2009 in London. I will be the opening keynote on day two and the given title is Gaining a competitive advantage with enterprise social software. I will be picking up and expanding on some of the themes in my KM World Column and also talking about some of our current work on creating bridging tools between social computing and enterprise systems. One of those projects will involve narrative lessons learnt capture within a process environment so expect some twists!

Either way, the nice people at ARK have offered a 25% discount to anyone who reads this blog, which I think is a nice complement, they obviously want discriminating and intelligent people to have preference. I also have a few 50% discount seats which I will happily allocate to deserving causes (NGOs without budgets etc.) For the latter email me; for the 25% go the ark web site to book but say you are a reader of Dave Snowden’s blog. I am not sure how long the offer will remain open, so take it while you can!

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