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When documentation is against the religion

Last week’s KM Australia congress in Sydney had a different vibe to last year. (Here’s the storify.) There were quite a few different faces from 2012, a few of the same ones, the weather was better. The room configuration was different, and maybe that’s all it was, but a small part of me thinks …

Change management and knowledge management holding each other’s hand

Jeanette Allom-Hill is the Change Leadership Director for the NSW State Treasury. She’ll be presenting Change Mangement—KM’s symbiotic partner or alter ego? at July’s KM Australia Congress. I spoke to her recently about her role in the NSW state government, and from our conversation, I’m sure she’ll have loads of fascinating stories about change …

KM Australia Congress 2013 – An interview with Simon Cheng from Ernst & Young

Simon Cheng is the knowledge leader for Ernst & Young’s Transaction Advisory Services in the Asia-Pacific region. He’ll be giving his session, Why should your CEO care about knowledge management?, on the second day of the KM Australia congress. The programme brings together lots of interesting speakers and case studies from a range of industries …

KM Australia 2013

Coming next month is the KM Australia congress. Held at Luna Park’s Crystal Palace function rooms on July 23-25, the congress will be featuring some great international speakers and interesting workshops. In fact, if you’re interested in learning more about Knowledge Centred Support, Simone Moore and I will be conducting a workshops in the …

Snippets from the KM Australia Congress 2012

 

KM Australia, held over 2 days last week, proved to be a great event for a first timer, like myself. The venue is terrific, even on a quiet, wet day. The people were friendly and welcoming, and though we are all in similar roles, the vibe was certainly one of building new networks and …

KM Australia Congress 2012—an interview with Chandni Kapur

An annual event since 2004, the KM Australia Congress will be on again this July 24-26, in Sydney. With a focus on social media and collaboration, change management and culture, learning and performance, and communication and leadership, this year’s congress has a terrific lineup of speakers. There’ll be representation from the Federal Transit and Aviation Administrations from the US, the Australian Department of Defence, Telstra, KPMG, Toyota (US) and lots more. One of the highlights is bound to be the debate on capturing tacit knowledge using social technologies, but the one I’m really looking forward to is seeing Signe Lønholdt from LEGO, Denmark, talk about her experience as Online Community Editor.

For those interested in knowledge management, it will be a great event packed with case studies and real life strategies. I’m pleased to be sharing a few brief interviews over the next week with LEGO’s Signe Lønholdt, Woods Bagot’s Felicity McNish and today, Rio Tinto’s Chandni Kapur.