The Narrative Lab (@WContinuity) TweetChat on “Ineffective Knowledge Transfer” (#WisCont)

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The Narrative Lab (@WContinuity) TweetChat on “Ineffective Knowledge Transfer” (#WisCont)

What is the TNL Tweetchat about?


Twice a month, The Narrative Lab hosts what is called a TweetChat, a fun, engaging way to collaborate and discuss a variety of topics using Twitter. Our upcoming topic is “How does ineffective Knowledge Transfer hinder business continuity?”


Who should be joining in the discussion?


This is a call to all leaders, practitioners and interested individuals around Knowledge and Narrative to join us for an invigorating discussion.

When should you be joining us?

17th July, 12:30-13:30

How do I participate in a Tweetchat?


Very Important: Participants need a Twitter Account

Step 1) Follow @WContinuity on Twitter and then,

Step 2) Join in the conversations by responding to the tweets- IMPORTANT: Make sure to end your response with the Hashtag #WisCont

Alternatively (If you prefer just watching the discussion)

Step 1) Follow @WContinuity on Twitter and then,

Step 2) Click your “Discovery” tab or the magnifying glass on your tabs and then type “#WisCont” to follow the conversations hosted by @WContinuity.


For more information, contact or Follow:

Kgabo@narrativelab.co.za

David@narrativelab.co.za

Twitter: @Narrativelab

See you then!

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