KM Australia 2014 Congress

KM Australia 2014 Congress
Knowledge Border Crossings

11th Annual Congress


The Sebel Surry Hills
22-24 July 2014

Knowledge Management Australia Congress is in its eleventh year and over this period we have seen KM go through many changes, answer many questions and confound many people. KM has changed as often as the social media landscape has changed, bringing many challenges but also opening many doors for collaboration and innovation.

This will be the most important knowledge management event in the Asia-Pacific for over the last ten years, as it has brought the together a wide and diverse spectrum of thought leaders nationally and internationally. There will be a number of panel discussions across different industries on how to make collaboration work not just in your organisation and through different divisions, but also with your external business relationships both local and globally.

Thought Leaders for KM Australia 2014Thought leaders

  • Dave Snowden, Cognitive Edge
  • Mara Tolja,Deutsche Bank (United Kingdom)
  • Nirmala Palaniappan, Senior Manager – KM and Social Enterprise, Oracle
  • Dan Cotton,University of Nebraska- Lincoln Extension
  • Lynne Curtin, EPA Victoria
  • Brigid Costello, Comcare
  • Angela McCormack, NSW Office of Environment and Heritage
  • Colin McIvor, WorleyParsons
  • Richard Vines; Kieran Murphy, Department of Environment and Primary Industries
  • Felicity Badcock, King & Wood Mallesons
  • Fiona Evans, Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
  • Tania Soler, Dairy Food Safety Victoria
  • Michael Bourne, Country Fire Authority VIC
  • Paul McGuiggan, NSW Fire Service
  • Rhonda Andrews, McKinsey & Company
  • Marie O’Brien, The Partnership People; NSW KM Forum
  • Sally Hawse, Transport for New South Wales
  • Michelle Lambert, Social Media Navigator
  • Ric Medlin,The Super Retail Group
  • Marina Lobastov, ANU

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What’s New in 2014What's New.wmf

* A Congress Wide Interactive Collaborative Activity of “Message in the Bottle” If you have a difficult KM related question or problem, you will have access to all the minds in the congress to answer it.

* The App SenseMaker will be used through-out the event. SenseMaker will allow delegates to share key learning moments at KM Australia 2014

* Free Membership to the Knowledge Management Association for 1 Year-

* Save $500 from the cost of becoming e-Certified Knowledge Manager (eCKM) from the KM Institute

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Steven Oesterreich

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