The NSW KM Forum holds monthly meetings in Sydney (Australia) on knowledge management (KM). Meetings are free, organised on a volunteer basis, and are (usually) scheduled for the last Tuesday of each month.
JuneMeeting2006 – Looking Through The Client View, Brenda McConchie?, Director, Solved at McConchie?, followed by the Future of Knowledge at Australia’s Copyright Agency – Brian Bailey, Information Manager, Copyright Agency
MayMeeting2006 – Learning to improve by building on what works AND what we know, a joint event that aims to allow both members and friends of ISPI Sydney and NSW KM Forum to discuss this challenge & encourage networking.
MarchMeeting2006 – Treading Lightly – The Hidden wisdom of the World’s Oldest People – Karl-Erik Sveiby, Professor in Knowledge Management, Hanken Business School and Social Computing For The Business World – Euan Semple, Head of Knowledge Management, BBC
FebruaryMeeting2006 – Good C.o.P, Bad C.o.P: Are Communities of Practice a Structural Panacea or Essential Component of the KM Toolkit? Mark Andrews, National Knowledge Manager – Corporate, Freehills) and Conversations on Serendipity: Management nightmare or hidden power shaping organisational agility? (David Rymer, Thinker-In-Residence, Intuosity)