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What is the future of KM? And how do we influence it?
Hear the thoughts from three international knowledge management experts on how to shape and create KM’s future and then have the opportunity share your thoughts and interact with the speakers and the group.
Ron Young, Chief Knowledge Officer, Knowledge Associates International Limited (United Kingdom);
David Gurteen, Director, Gurteen Knowledge (United Kingdom);
Nicolas Gorjestani, Former Chief Knowledge and Learning Officer, The World Bank; Executive Director, Secretariat, Global Indigenous Knowledge and Innovation Partnership (Iran)
They will be discussing this at KM Australia - Asia Pacific Congress 2011.
This year’s event will address a range of crucial issues associated with getting a group of people to work together on how to solve common problems, effectively retain existing knowledge and enhance learning and innovation.
• Knowledge sharing
The conversational format of this event is intended to create an informal, relaxed atmosphere in which you, the conference participants, can get to know each other, learn from each other and build relationships.
Each speaker will conclude their presentation with a question and a short time will be given over to conversation where you can discuss the speakers talk and the question at your tables before going into a traditional Q&A.
What participants had to say about Knowledge Management Asia Pacific
“Overall I rate this conference highly from start to finish. Great speakers
and topic content.”
“Engaging - highly innovative ideas”
AUSTRAILAN BUREAU OF STATISTICS
“Complex and thought provoking. Very well crafted and engaging”
NATIONAL AUSTRALIA BANK
“The conference was enjoyable and provided opportunities for people to network”
“Great presentations, practical information and great take-aways”
MCKINSEY AND COMPANY
“The program structure is excellent and well presented.
“Quite inspirational for those areas outside IT. Good mix of theoretical and practical.”