I’m speaking on how collaboration and social business are changing knowledge management at the NZKM AGM in a couple of weeks.
“The New Zealand Knowledge Management Network is pleased to announce the details of our up-coming Annual General Meeting including keynote speaker Michael Sampson, Collaboration Strategist.
How Collaboration and Social Business is Changing the Face of KM
New ways of collaborating at work, along with the whole social business wave of new technologies and approaches, is bringing change to the field of knowledge management. Once the domain of knowledge repositories and other databases, knowledge management in the current age should be deeply collaborative – connecting people, creating communities, and helping people to discover and share expertise. These changes require a re-think of the knowledge management discipline and its application within organizations, while not losing sight of fundamental knowledge practices.
Join Michael Sampson, Collaboration Strategist, for a pragmatic analysis of how collaboration and social business is changing the face of KM, and for a set of recommendations for knowledge managers in light of this analysis.
Date : Monday 25th June 2012
Time : 12 noon – 1.00 PM
Venue : Level 3 Unisys House, 56 The Terrace
RSVPs are required and places are limited for this event. Registrations will close as soon as the available spaces are filled.
RSVPs to firstname.lastname@example.org
The New Zealand Knowledge Management Network is also holding their AGM at this time. Highlights of the year will be reported and Officers/committee members will be elected“
I’m unsure if you have to be an NZKM member to attend … but you could always ask. If you’re not a member, this would be a great opportunity to put that right!
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