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Join us on Wednesday, June 14th to connect with the brightest minds in knowledge management and digital workplace. This half-day summit will explore the future of KM, the impact of AI on the digital workplace, and digital transformation trends in the space. 

We'll get key insights from prominent experts throughout the day, including Stan Garfield, founder of the renowned SIKM Community Group. 

We'll wrap up the sessions with a networking luncheon, to swap stories with Stan and other experts on all things KM, AI in the digital workplace, and embracing new technology solutions to keep productivity and morale high. To close things out, we’ll toast to new connections and knowledge we’ve Glean-ed.

When & Where:
Wednesday, June 14  |  9:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Viceroy Hotel Chicago  |  4th Floor, Cedar North Ballroom


9:30 am: Check in, grab a coffee and your raffle entry
10:00 am: Keynote Session: The Future of Knowledge Management with Stan Garfield
11:00 am: Keynote Panel: Digital Transformation in the Digital Workplace, moderated by Stan Garfield
11:30am:Lunch & networking
12:30 pm: Lunch & networking

Event FAQ:

Can I bring a plus one? Yes! Please have your colleagues register via this registration page so we know who to expect.

What food will be available? Glean will provide a catered lunch experience with options to accommodate everyone, based the dietary preferences noted in your registration. Please reach out to your rep if you have any specific questions or concerns.

Meet your peers


Stan is a knowledge management author, speaker, and community leader based in Northville, Michigan. He is the author of four books: Implementing a Successful KM Program, Proven Practices for Promoting a Knowledge Management Program, Handbook of Community Management: A Guide to Leading Communities of Practice, and The Five Cs of KM. Stan has written more than 800 articles and blog posts. He is the founder and leader of the SIKM Leaders Community with over 1,000 members worldwide.

He was the Community Evangelist in Global Knowledge Services, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited for 8 years. He spent 25 years at HP, Compaq, and Digital Equipment Corp. Stan launched Digital's first knowledge management program in 1996, helped develop the corporate KM strategy for Compaq, and led the Worldwide Consulting & Integration Knowledge Management Program for HP.


Keeley is a strategist who specializes in guiding organizations and teams through transforming the way we design distributed work, digital workplace, community, customer and employee engagement, learning, communications, knowledge sharing, and collaboration practices and systems.

With co-designed, people-centric solutions, she has helped multiple technology, non-profit, and higher education organizations improve how their staff, students, customers, partners, and prospects create and share knowledge, connect across boundaries, collaborate, and learn.

She is currently the Director of Knowledge and Collaboration at Sift and an adjunct instructor at Northwestern University in the MS in Learning and Organizational Change program (MSLOC). In addition she co-leads the Chicago Online Community Professionals community of practice.


Liz is the Head of Knowledge Management at Upside, and specializes in developing a culture of knowledge sharing and learning in hyper-growth start-up environments.

She believes in reshaping the definition of 'knowledge management' to include learning, change management, employee enablement and people analytics (three cheers for SNA/ONA), and is passionate about inspiring the next generation of knowledge advocates.

She is an advocate for knowledge management, and reminds Founders, Leaders, Recruiters to evaluate the importance of KM into their organizational designs early on.