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 on: March 08, 2011, 11:20:50 AM 
Started by Christel - Last post by RonRogers
Hi Christel you will find that most of the discussion goes on using the Discussion List (over 700 members) the forums are more for discussions that will only involve a few people. Or for people to post a notice about an upcoming event etc.

But feel free to open a discussion Smiley

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 on: January 25, 2011, 03:30:10 AM 
Started by Christel - Last post by Christel
I just joined this forum and realized the last discussion is dated July 2010...yet there are more than 200 users!  So, what is happening?  Are your interests not reflected here, why not?  Why aren´t you participating? Or rather, is there something that could be done by the owners of this platform/initiative to get you going?

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 on: July 13, 2010, 11:30:09 AM 
Started by maybid - Last post by maybid
What does change mean to government?  To bring together the wide range of people that are dealing with change in the Canberra region the ACT Chapter of the Change Management Institute is moving forward and following on from the inaugural National CMI Conference in Sydney, August 12-13,  we will be holding two informal networking events in Canberra

The first networking event will be on the 25th August at 12pm -
ACT Networking Event
When                   Wednesday, 25 August 201 12pm  – 2pm
Where                  Fujitsu House, Moore St, Canberra   
If you can’t make it on the 25th we will be holding a second event on 30th September at 5pm -
ACT Networking Event
When                   Thursday, 30 September,  5pm – 7pm
Where                  Oakton, 45 Wentworth Ave, Kingston 
We look forward to seeing you at either or both events and we are also planning the ACT Chapter launch event later in October as well as a Christmas event in early December and will get back to you with details closer to the date.

If you are interested in helping us to continue to develop the ACT Chapter please let us know david.maybin@oakton.com.au or paula.admason@au.fujtisu.com.

We also look forward to seeing you at the National CMI Conference in August. Further detail can be found at www.change-management-institute.com

 

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 on: June 11, 2009, 01:39:53 PM 
Started by samchu - Last post by samchu
The 6th International Conference on Knowledge Management (http://ickm2009.pbwiki.com/) will be held in Hong Kong, China on December 3-4, 2009.

The Conference provides top researchers and practitioners from all over the world in Knowledge Management a forum for discussion and exchange. Since the first ICKM was held in Singapore in 2004, subsequent conferences have been held in Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S.A. (2005); Greenwich, London, U.K. (2006); Vienna, Austria (2007); and Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A. (2008). In 2009, ICKM will be held in Hong Kong.

ICKM 2009 will feature invited keynote presentations, panels on topical issues (e.g. management, technology, business, and public policy), refereed paper presentations on emerging and continuing business and research issues, and workshops on new areas of knowledge management. The theme of ICKM 2009 is ˇ§Managing Knowledge for Global and Collaborative Innovations.ˇ¨ Finding effective ways of collaboration is one of the most challenging tasks for individuals and organisations faced with complex, global, and interconnected issues. Collaboration is more than just being connected through the internet and various forms of professional, business and social networks. Collaboration through information and communication technologies also requires us to "prepare the mind" for partnerships. Many of our traditional business models, public organisational structures, and educational systems are not yet ready for new forms of decision-making, problem-solving and collaboration that goes beyond organisational boundaries. Concepts like "open innovation", "value networks", "wisdom of crowds" are some of the ideas that influence our thinking on collaboration and information sharing.

This conference aims to facilitate dialogue among experts in the academe and the industry. The exchange of insights on related issues will boost up research momentum and contribute to the advancement of knowledge management as a discipline. The conference will be organized into several tracks along but not limited to these topics:

    * Knowledge Management and Collaboration
    * New Models of Virtual Real-Time Collaboration, 3-D Collaborative Environments
    * Collaborative Technologies and Cultures, Collaboration 2.0
    * Knowledge Networks and Ecologies
    * Strengthening School Collaboration through KM
    * KM in Universities: Interdisciplinary Research and Scholarly Collaboration
    * Knowledge Management in Synchronous and Asynchronous Collaborative Environments
    * more topics can be found on the conference home page

ICKM 2009 encourages submission of high-quality research reports (and workshop and practice presentation proposals) in knowledge management and its related areas. Submitted papers should not have been submitted for review, accepted for publication, nor published elsewhere. Papers will be reviewed on the basis of technical quality, relevance, significance and clarity. All accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings. Selected manuscripts will be invited for submission to special issues in some of the distinguished knowledge management related journals. There will be awards for the Best Conference Paper, the Best Theme Paper, the Best Student Paper, and the Best Practice Presentation.

You are invited to submit a full paper (or workshop / practice presentation proposals) by June 30, 2009


Dr. Samuel K. W. Chu (Conference Co-Chair for the Academic)

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Sam Chu, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Programme Director, Bsc in Information Management
Division of Information & Technology Studies
Deputy Director, Centre for Information Technology in Education
Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong
Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2241-5894
Fax: (852) 2517-7194
E-mail: samchu@hku.hk
Homepage: http://www.edu.hku.hk/samchu/
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 on: October 13, 2008, 11:46:05 PM 
Started by forbegos - Last post by forbegos
I'm looking for job descriptions on senior positions for KM, Collaboration and Records Management.  If anybody has any information please send my way.

Thank you.

Regards,

forbegos

 6 
 on: October 13, 2008, 11:44:42 PM 
Started by Recruiter - Last post by forbegos
I don't know if this would relevant to you, but I'm looking for job descriptions on senior positions for Knowledge Management and Collaboration.  Maybe you can be of help?

 7 
 on: May 31, 2008, 03:24:37 PM 
Started by Gina M - Last post by Gina M
Hi, I am researching for a post grad paper, and I am interested in any views on the possibile developments relating to Information Warfare and Freedom of Expression, now and into the near future.

 8 
 on: April 01, 2008, 11:53:26 PM 
Started by gvag - Last post by gvag
Hello everyone,

I’m a Phd student at the National Technical University of Athens.

Recently I started a new web site www.kminpractice.com describing a new KM implementation approach and I would like to invite you all to this new initiative.

The web site is still at its first step so I would be glad if you report any problems that you find.
George Vagenas

 9 
 on: March 31, 2008, 03:02:44 AM 
Started by Aretai - Last post by Aretai
I have tried to get help by using the discussion list @ actkm, however so far there is (almost) no answer so I have decided to try this board as well.

Dear all,

My name is Grzegorz Majewski and I am doing a PhD at one of the Scottish universities. Well unlike most of the members of this mailing list I am not from Australia, but I was redirected here by someone I have contacted with my enquiry...

Currently I am doing a research on trust building in Virtual Communities of Practice. The outcome will be a paper that will be submitted for the European Conference on Knowledge Management - http://www.academic conferences.org/eckm/eckm2008/eckm08-home.htm. The abstract has been already submitted and accepted by the Conference Committee, the paper itself is almost ready as well. What is missing is the "empirical part" of the paper - survey of the VCoP users. I have already tried to arrange it with one of the British companies and some of my other contacts; however I wasn't very successful Sad. Could anyone here provide me with contact details of a VCoP that would be available for a 10 to 15 minutes survey? I would be very grateful.

To give you a better idea of how the paper could look like - here is the past paper prepared by one of my older colleagues (same dept, supervisor and similar area):
Survey LInk

What can I offer in exchange (if needed):

1) If the paper is accepted there will be an opportunity to gain awareness from the wider KM audience. I will give all the necessary
acknowledgements to the organization that agreed to take part in the research.
2) There will be an opportunity for the paper to appear in renowned KM journals such as Knowledge Management Research and Practice.
3) Fun Wink
4) Other perks and benefits (to be further agreed).

Thank you in advance for help (and for reading this much too long email).

Cheers,
Grzegorz Majewski

[Edited to make survey link fit- RR]

 10 
 on: September 14, 2007, 02:07:56 PM 
Started by muhu - Last post by muhu
Hi Friends,

Do you think the knowledge management is important for the organization?
If you think so how importance in current world.

Muhu

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