Knowledge Management Advent – Door 11: Lunch and Learn #KMAdvent17

Time taken: 1 hour session (a few weeks to organise and promote)

What are Lunch and Learns?

Lunch and Learns are informal talks given on variety of topics about once every 4-6 weeks. Talks are short (usually presentations) with the opportunity for staff to ask questions and share learning. Staff bring their lunch along.

How can LKS deliver Lunch and Learns and what are the benefits?

LKS can organise a programme of sessions within their organisation, book rooms and arrange speakers etc. If there’s room they could be held in the library or education centre. It helps promote the library and make stronger connections with staff. Any resources can be shared afterwards. L&Ls help staff learn about other teams in the organisation, connect staff to each other and break down silo working.

Knowledge Management goals achieved:

  • Connecting people to people
  • Sharing learning

Knowledge Management stories

Case Study –  Lunch and Learn at HEE

Example of a Lunch and Learn poster


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Note on using the calendar:

The calendar is a PowerPoint slide deck. When you view the slideshow it becomes interactive. Click the door number once to reveal the cartoon behind, and then click the cartoon to reveal the tool. To go back to the calendar when you have opened a door click the image in the bottom right of the slide. You can view the doors in any order and view the next tool by clicking on anywhere in the slide.

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