Re: KM Bingo #KM101
And here’s the pptx.
From: <sikmleaders@...> on behalf of "Chris Collison chris.collison@... [sikmleaders]" <sikmleaders@...>
…and here’s something from me from a few years back.
<sikmleaders@...> on behalf of "'Chris Riemer' jcr@... [sikmleaders]" <sikmleaders@...>
Greetings, Dennis –
This is something we put together in the very first days of Knowledge Street, and it might give you some ideas. We were pitching KM and Communications to a local business breakfast, and a lot of them were interested in our service as web designers. That’s why it has such a “webby” flavor. But you could swap in any pain points you’d like.
If it helps, feel free!
From: sikmleaders@... <sikmleaders@...>
My KM team is a fairly new department in our organization and is planning an open house to help other departments get to know us. We're trying to think of handouts that people could take away and one of the ideas was bingo cards like those "buzzword bingo" things people use to track jargon that gets used in a meeting.
In this case we're looking at creating something that would have common KM pain points, such as "can't find the file," "don't know who has the information," "didn't realize you were doing that," etc. -- things that would come up during a meeting that would get employees thinking about better ways of working.
I have two questions: