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Date: Tuesday 26th May 2015

Time: 5.30pm for a 6.00pm start – app 7.30pm finish

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

Instructions: If you have any access issues please call 0456 000 468

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

Topic:  Activity Based Working (ABW) Demystified

You may have heard of activity based working (ABW), a trend that has become popular in many Australian organisations? ABW is often musrepresented as a fancy name for open plan or as a way to introduce unpopular hot desking arrangements.

In fact the originators of ABW in the Netherlands, architects Veldhoen + Company, believe it is a platform for innovation.  So what exactly is it? And how does it relate to Knowledge Management?
James Dellow will:

  • Provide an introduction to Activity Based Working (ABW)
  • Explain its relationship to Knowledge Management and related ideas such as the “Digital Workplace” and Enterprise Social Networks (ESNs)
  • Talk about his experience of being part of an integrated workplace strategy team
  • The challenges and opportunities for KM practice and practitioners in organisations that adopt ABW

About James Dellow:

James Dellow is General Manager at Ripple Effect Group and a former chair (and occasional disrupter) of the NSW KM Forum. He is an experienced consultant with a deep understanding of both the organisational and technical aspects of social software.

James’ professional experience includes a range of blue chip and government organisations including AMP, Ausgrid, the Australian Red Cross Blood Service, the Australian Taxation Office, BHP Biliton, Blue Scope Steel, CCH, CSC, the Department of Immigration & Border Protection, the Philippines Department of Tourism, Ernst & Young, the Government 2.0 Taskforce, ING Australia, the Children’s Hospital at Westmead, Optus, Queensland Rail, Rabobank, REA Group, Rio Tinto, the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, Sydney Water, Telstra and Zurich Financial Services.

He has been interviewed and quoted in a range of media channels including the Australian Financial Review, Sky News Australia and the Sydney Morning Herald.
James was awarded a Master of Business & Technology (MBT) from the University of New South Wales in 2005.


So come along and spend some time with like-minded knowledge professionals to listen, participate, collaborate and learn. We look forward to seeing you there and at networking drinks following.

Please Note: a $5 donation will be asked for at the door to cover nibbles and incidentals.

Register now at our Eventbrite Site: