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actKM World Cafe 6 May 2008

Topic: How can KM practices can contribute to volunteer/community organistions

Nerida Hart and Mark Schenk will lead an actKM workshop using World Cafe Techniques, a conversational knowledge management technique to rapidly generate and share knowledge on a topic.

This activity is the actKM contribution to Information Awareness Month, May 2008

A number of representatives from volunteer/community organistions have been invited along for this event and we hope to have a interactive workshop on exploring possible KM techniques that could be used by these type of organizations.

For more information on World Cafe watch this clip http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_fSnbzUcQ44

Place: CSIRO Discovery Centre, Black Mountain Laboratories, Clunies Ross Street, ACTON
Date: 6 May 2008
Time: 9:30 am - 12.00 noon
Morning tea provided
Price: gold coin donation on entry
RSVP to karna.o'dea@abs.gov.au
Inquiries to: David Williams, david.williams@deewr.gov.au
Ph: 02 6121 3714 or 0412 237 695


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Comments

I am interested in KM's tacit, tangible and local history--plus (unofficial service) building a world of KM reources that help the non-profit communities of practice.
KM is still dull, void of show and tell, otherwise.
Will you publish the proceedings of this event?
Best, MT