Wikis in Knowledge Management (27 March 2007)

20 March, 2007

Please note that we have another change of venue this week (see below) and that seats will be limited.

WHAT

This presentation cover the use of wiki technology in Knowledge Management. James Matheson will discuss how wikis are being used as knowledge management tools by detailing a number of real world examples taken from his work as a ‘wiki consultant’ with various organisations. The presentation will also cover some recent research and white papers in the wiki and knowledge management fields. The presentation will give a general overview of what wikis are, how they are being used for knowledge management, how they are being adopted and what the barriers to adoption are.

WHO

James Matheson is an independent Wiki Consultant who has been working with wiki technology for the last five years and has dedicated himself to the idea of ‘a wiki for every organisation’. James has recently started his own consultancy company which has been establishing wiki technology for a range of uses in a range of business domains, including education, publishing, corporate security, mining and manufacturing.

WHERE: Ernst & Young, The Ernst & Young Centre, 680 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000. Download a map.

WHEN: 5.30pm for 6pm Tuesday 27th March.

HOW MUCH: Gold coin donation. But remember, seats will be strictly limited. 

WHAT NEXT? If you plan to attend, you must RSVP by e-mail to: nswkmforum <at> gmail.com (please include the date and/or title of the event in the subject line).

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