NSW KM Forum June Event:  Leading Intranets (through a KM lens) 

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Date:  Tuesday 25th June 2013: 

Time:  5.30pm for a 6.00pm start 

Where:  Cancer Council Australia, Level 14, 477 Pitt Street, Sydney

Pleaes Note: a $5 donation will be asked for at the door to cover incidentals


The Topic: Leading Intranets (through a KM lens)

Intranets have been around for a long time, but are too often just a
dumping ground for policies, procedures and corporate news.

Hidden away within organisations, it’s been hard to identify what great
intranets are doing, and what lessons can be learnt from them. This has
been a big barrier to innovation in the intranet space.

Thankfully all this is finally changing. With the adoption of new
technologies, intranets are steadily being transformed into business
tools that directly support day-to-day work of staff.

James Robertson is the author of “Designing intranets: creating sites
that work” and “What every intranet team should know”. In this session,
he will explore what leading intranets are doing around the globe,
sharing heaps of screenshots and examples.

James will look at intranets through a KM lens, focusing on elements and
approaches that are directly relevant to knowledge management teams.

Starting with the fundamentals, the session will work through to
innovative ideas that have transformed how staff collect, use and share

Prepare to be inspired!

About the presenter:

James Robertson is the managing director of Step Two Designs. He has a
long history in the KM space, including having run the NSW KM Forum for
a number of years in the distant past.

James is the author of the two best-selling books on intranets, and he
presents at events around the globe, including at KMWorld in Washington, DC.

James has also worked with high-profile organisations throughout
Australia, as well as in Europe and the US.


So come along for an evening of networking, sharing and learning with like-minded professionals!

Pleaes Note: a $5 donation will be asked for at the door to cover incidentals

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