Register Now on our June Meeting EventBrite Page:

Time: Tuesday 26/6/2012, 5.30pm – 7.30pm

Venue: UTS: Level 5, Room 580, Building 10 (235 Jones Street Ultimo-near Broadway)

Instructions: Follow the signs (or helpful KM Forum Members!) when you get to the Building 10 Lift Foyer (old lift foyer on Jones St is easiest) If you have any problems finding the room please call Marie: 0404 090 110.

To help cover costs, we ask for a $5 donation at the door.

At our June meeting we will be exploring the relationship between knowledge and learning in organisations.  With the recent rapid developments of social networking sites, it is arguable that while this relationship is becoming more and more complex, it is also becoming more and more vital for organisations to understand and leverage if they are to remain responsive and relevant.

So come along and meet others interested in knowledge management to learn from our Guest Speaker and share with each other!


“The Space Between Learning and Knowledge Management” presented by our Guest Speaker, Rob Willkins, Head of Learning and Development at Aussie Home Loans.¬†

About Rob:

Rob is a business professional with extensive experience in Learning and Performance and Human Resources gained over 20 years in the Financial Services industry, across private and public sectors as well as Global and domestic organisations. He has a strong customer focus and contemporary leadership approach and, acting with openness and integrity, his aim is to balance the needs and expectations of people with the needs and corporate goals of the business. He currently specialises in Strategic Learning and Organisational Performance Improvement, with his focus heavily influenced by Knowledge management and business intelligence.

Your can follow Rob’s ativity via LinkedIn and on Twitter @wilko64

Faciltiated Group Discussion:

Following Rob’s presentation you will have an opportunity to share with each other how, when and why you use social networking tools (such as Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and others) and how this sits with the question of “Knowledge and Learning” covered in the Guest Speaker presentation.

We all look forward to an interesting, stimulating, enjoyable and sociable evening of learning from the experiences of our guest speakers, and each other!

To help cover costs, we ask for a $5 donation at the door.