The conference was presented as a series of 14 convenient live webinars. The webinars offered the chance to connect and share ideas with your peer group, participate in polls, question the presenters in real-time and helped stay connected to the KM community – especially important in these challenging times.

 You can view the webinar series below.

Webinar 1: What is the future of KM? Ask Siri 
Monday 15th June 10:00 - 11:00
  • Anticipatory and agile
  • Designing high-impact digital workspaces
  • Alignment: building high-trust KM Projects

David Griffiths, Founder, K3 Cubed Ltd

Webinar 2: Addleshaw Goddard: Our document automation journey
Monday 15th June 11:30 - 12:30
  • Levels of automation
  • Lesson learned
  • Hot topics

James Quinn, CEO & Co-founder, Clarillis
Jamini Raja
, Senior Knowledge Lawyer, Addleshaw Goddard LLP

Webinar 3: Professionalising KM
Monday 15th June 14:30 - 15:30

  • Making a decision: ISO or individual certification
  • How chartership can add value
  • A personal experience of certification journey

Paul Byfield, Managing Partner, Knowledge et al
Paul Corney, Managing Partner, Knowledge et al

Webinar 4: MIKE awards
Tuesday 16th June 10:00 - 11:00

  • Process and selection    

John DumayAssociate Professor & Chairman of the MIKE study group, Macquarie University
Hank Malik
, Knowledge Management Lead Petroleum Development, Oman

Webinar 5: Covid Vs Construction Knowledge
Tuesday 16th June 11:30 - 12:30

  • What are we learning in a more virtual World?
  • Example of Covid impact KM services
  • Lessons learned, retuning to physical workplaces

Rory Huston, Global Head of Knowledge Management, Cundall
Keith Austin
Knowledge Systems Manager, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

Webinar 6: Measuring KM activities: it's for life, not just for Christmas
Tuesday 16th June 14:30 - 15:30

  • Why are you measuring?
  • What can you measure?
  • When should you start measuring?
  • Who should you share your results with?
  • What are the best ways to share your results?

Nancy Kinder, Former Global Knowledge Manager, Cadbury/Kraft

Webinar 7: Data: from decks to dashboards
Tuesday 16th June 16:30 - 17:30 
  • The opportunity: leveraging and combining data
  • Data visualisation: stakeholder conversation
  • Establishing skills: data and analytics to tell a compelling story

Kevin WheatlyGlobal Advanced Manufacturing & Mobility Knowledge Management Lead, EY
Sue Mucenieks, Global Consumer Knowledge Management Lead, EY

Webinar 8: Using KM to deliver advice to lawyers
Wednesday 17th June 10:00 - 11:00
  • Ensuring effective communication through charts, stats and text
  • Articulating the KM function with a valued offer

Charles Pigott, Professional Support Lawyer, Mills & Reeve LLP 
Anne Adamson,
Mills & Reeve, Principal Associate

Webinar 9:  Law Firms and LegalTech Adoption
Wednesday 17th June 11:30 - 12:30
  • Law Firms and LegalTech Adoption
  • How do organisations need to adapt to the changing landscape?  
  • LegalTech – how to separate hype from substance?  

James Quinn, CEO & Co-founder, Clarilis
Simon Thompson
, Managing Director, Change Harbour Limited
Charles Pigott
, Professional Support Lawyer, Mills & Reeve LLP

Webinar 10: People, process, technology…and data
Wednesday 17th June 14:30 - 15:30

  • The key pillars: people, process and technology
  • Pulling the right levers and accessing the right data
  • Using data to add KM value

Meredith Williams-Range, Chief Knowledge & Client Value Officer, Shearman & Sterling LLP

Webinar 11: 

Abhijat Saraswat, Vice President - International Business, Litera

Webinar 12: KM: health and safety in the UK construction sector
Thursday 18th June 10:00 - 11:00
  • Occupational health, safety and well-being (OHSW) in the UK construction sector
  • The importance of knowledge transfer for health and safety
  • Cultivation of a health and safety learning culture in construction firms

Dr Meri Duryan,  Enterprise Managment; Knowledge & Change ManagementUCL

Webinar 14: Opportunities for KM during lockdown and beyond
Thursday 18th June 14:30 - 15:30

  • Supporting lawyer efficiency in the age of remote working
  • Rethinking KM and focusing on what is important
  • Law firm role in helping clients with KM and wider Legal Tech

Jane Bradbury, Consultant, 3Kites Consulting Limited
Giles Pemberton,
Consultant, 3Kites Consulting Limited

Webinar 15: Knowledge Managers as Project Managers, implementing technology
Thursday 18th June 16:30 - 17:30

  • The skills needed for supporting legal service delivery with practical guidance and precedents 
  • Combining current awareness and knowledge repositories

Eleanor WindsorHead of Knowledge management, Irwin Mitchell