A Conversation in Canberra

I’m in Canberra this week for the National IIM Conference (more about that another day), and took time out last night to go have a conversation with the local ACTKM Forum chapter. About 30 brave souls turned up (some of them from a hard day’s conferencing) to take a look at Virtues and Vices in Knowledge Management (I’ve blogged on this here) and why it’s so difficult for KM professionals and the organisations that employ them, to avoid bad practices.

I had a thoroughly good time. I unveiled some of the archetypes developed last year in our Getting Management Buy-In for KM project as a way of structuring the presentation part, and the whole thing just turned into a rolling conversation and sometimes heated discussion that lasted almost two hours. I recorded the session on my iPod and have edited it down for brevity and clarity down to a video of about 40 minutes combining my slides with the audio (I love my Mac).

You can view it below and download it at http://plambe.blip.tv/file/340747/#share. The slideset is here:Virtues_and_vices_in_KM.pdf

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