Over the years I’ve presented at a number of conferences and even ran a series of Knowledge Management master classes in Singapore in 2006 and 2007. As a result I have a whole stack of materials that are just crying out to be shared around information management, knowledge management and also Enterprise 2.0. The only challenge has been finding the right opportunity present them.
Since joining IPP Consulting, my colleague, Brian Bailey, and I have been talking about running some workshops on these topics and as we’ve recently moved into new offices on Pitt Street, we now have a venue where we can invite a group of people to a workshop… and to cut a long story short, it is with great pleasure I invite you to attend our first workshop, which will be a 2 hour Knowledge Management Bootcamp.
So, why a KM Bootcamp? We know that the first step with starting or refreshing a KM program can be the most difficult and the idea is to give people the chance to have a bit of a mental workout around the topic of Knowledge Management. With that in mind, our ambitious agenda for this workshop is as follows:
- “Knowledge Management 101” – what it is, what it might be, what it isn’t
- Knowledge Management Self Assessment – where you think you are now and where you want to be
- Key Knowledge Management Strategy Concepts – some tools and templates to help plan a KM strategy (building on the self-assessment)
- Strategy Clinic – hands on development and peer review
When: 9am-11am, Thursday 18th September 2008
RSVPs: Places are limited – please give me a call on 0414 2333711 if you would like to attend.