Our mission is to help the members create and sustain business value through the advancement of Knowledge Management practices within their organizations by sharing and learning together.
The purpose of the Twin Cities Knowledge Management Forum is to share and collaborate on non-proprietary learning and experience in the field of Knowledge Management (KM) for business value and for the mutual benefit of all members. Members shall be professionals in the greater Twin Cities area (Minneapolis, St Paul) involved in KM, knowledge transfer, organizational learning or related discipline, who have significant responsibility within their organization for leveraging organizational knowledge.
We are all KM Practitioners who have a variety of experience from those new to KM to those with 30+ years of experience. Our members practice KM in a number of different focus areas including call centers, research and development, project management, technology, and academics.
We meet five times a year to discuss a wide range of KM-related topics. Meetings are hosted by members and typical locations are within driving distance of the Twin Cities (Minneapolis, St Paul) metro area. Meetings are held in person to best facilitate open sharing and dialogue.
If you are a KM practitioner in the greater Twin Cities area (Minneapolis, St Paul) and are interested in finding out more about the group, please contact us: