Great day today.
- My first time seeing David Gurteen in the wild. Did well. First half was basic for me but set a platform for those who didn’t know what Web 2.0/Enterprise 2.0 is. I like the evolution of KM he described – from technical to social. Presentation
- Good case study on developing a knowledge strategy using narrative input from Dr Jane Chrystal of Central Western Catchment Authority.
- Matt Moore as brilliant as ever on KM ROI and his experiences. Presentation
- Discovered a new way to use the KM Method Cards by Straits Knowledge. It was a version of Dominoes where each person was given a number of cards and one was placed face up on the table (a big table is required). Each person had to place a card next to the upturned card and show or ‘sell’ it’s relationship. If you can’t put a card down then you have to pick up a card. Some interesting discussion and ‘selling’ took place. Got very interesting when you had to put a card in gaps and it had to match on all sides. It was good to familiarise people with the cards and the KM concepts.
- Arthur Shelley told us about his use of wikis in education at RMIT. Good stuff!
- Eye opening presentation from Andrew Campbell of Tripplehelix on climate change and the role knowledge sharing needs to play.
- Graham Durant-Law showed us the work he has been doing on Business Network Analysis. Good stuff. Have seen this before at the KMRT.
Wish me luck.