actkm08 – Day 1

Great day today.

Highlights?

  • 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.

Fun and frivolity tonight with the collaboration cabaret (more about that tomorrow), then I am on just before Dave Snowden tomorrow afternoon.

Wish me luck.

Cory

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