Engineered serendipity - it's the new networking


28-02-2012

How sharing knowledge and insights with others can help business growth and innovation will be the subject of a free workshop held at science park Granta Park on 23 March, the last day of Cambridge Awards Week.

Called Smart Working or Engineered Serendipity? Knowledge Management in practice the two-hour event is being run by RiverRhee Consulting and is for anyone in business with a genuine interest in improving the way they do their work and how interacting with others can help them.

The session will be a sample of 'knowledge management' in practice, resulting in delegates learning some new techniques for improving the way they work as well as acquiring new insights, and making some useful new contacts. It will also provide a taster of the course that RiverRhee Consulting offers through One Nucleus: Smart working for business growth and innovation.

Explains RiverRhee’s Owner and Principal Consultanting, Elisabeth Goodman: “With the many events going on during Cambridge Awards week people are likely to have gained insights from other businesses. What we’ll do in our interactive wrap-up to the week is introduce participants to some simple but effective tools that they can use to accelerate and enhance their conversations with people outside of and within their organisations. It’s more powerful than networking, and they can apply it to every aspect of their business: improved customer relationships, internal efficiency and productivity, continuous improvement and innovation.

This event will be held in One Nucleus’ new training suite at Granta Park, and will follow-on from the One Nucleus Network Meeting with Neusentis in the morning. The event will run between 2-4pm. To register, please visit www.onenucleus.com. and also provide a taster of the course that it offers through One Nucleus: Smart working for business growth and innovation.

For more about Cambridge Awards Week visit www.cambridgeawardsweek.co.uk
 

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BioMed Realty has been part of Cambridge's world-class life science community since the acquisition of Granta Park in 2012. Granta Park is a 477,230 square foot business estate in one of the most reconised areas for science success globally and is home to leading companies, including Sosei Heptares, Astrazeneca, Illumina, PPD Global, and One Nucleus.

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