It’s Not What I Expected: Knowledge Management & Change (Tuesday 26th June)

13 June, 2007


KM programs frequently aim at changing people’s behaviour to achieve their goals. Sometimes they achieve this. And sometimes they don’t. In a highly interactive session, Matt Moore will be examining:

  • Different perspectives on organisational change
  • The skills required of KM practitioners
  • Issues such as incentives & measurement

Matt will discuss examples of successful & unsuccessful change he has been involved with and is looking forward to hearing further examples from those who attend.


Matt Moore has worked with organisations such as PwC, IBM & Oracle. He is currently working for the Australian government. Some of themes dealt with in the session are discussed in Matt’s blog.

Matt is also a former forum committee member and continues to support us as part of our Advisory Group.

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

WHEN: 5.30pm for 6pm Tuesday 26th June.

HOW MUCH: Gold coin donation.

WHAT NEXT? If you plan to attend, please RSVP by e-mail to: rsvp<at> (hint: replace the <at> with a normal @ to complete the email address and please include the date and/or title of the event in the subject line).

2 Responses to “It’s Not What I Expected: Knowledge Management & Change (Tuesday 26th June)”

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