Australian Capital Territory Knowledge Management Forum (actKM Forum)

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The Australian Capital Territory Knowledge Management Forum (actKM Forum), officially the ACT Knowledge Management Forum and formerly the Australian Capital Territory Chapter of the Knowledge Management Consortium International (KMCI), dedicated to building knowledge about public sector knowledge management, offers the following Knowledge Management education and training opportunities:

Conferences

  • Australian Capital Territory Knowledge Management (actKM) Forum Conference**
    The Australian Capital Territory Knowledge Management (actKM) Forum Conference is Forum’s annual conference in Canberra. The intention behind the conference is to provide a rich interactive experience for delegates and therefore they place lots of emphasis on workshops, networking and learning activities (senior executive breakfast, poster corner and competition, KM Board Game, Knowledge Wall, collaboration cabaret, conference and awards dinner, welcome cocktail party, etc) and the actKM Knowledge Management awards ceremony.

    • ACT-KM Workshop, 4 October 2000, Canberra, ACT, Australia
      Workshop Title: Public Sector Knowledge Management in Practice – Sharing the Experience
    • ACT-KM Forum Conference, 21 August 2001, Canberra, ACT, Australia
      Conference Theme: Knowledge Management to a “T”: Knowledge Management in the Public Sector
    • ACT-KM Forum Conference, 22 October 2002, Canberra, ACT, Australia
      Conference Theme: Knowledge Management – Bringing it all Together
    • actKM Forum Conference, 27 October 2003, Canberra, ACT, Australia
      Conference Theme: …exploring the Role of Knowledge Management in Organisational Renewal
      Workshops: Introduction to Knowledge Management Concepts
    • actKM Forum Conference, 13-14 October 2004, Canberra, ACT, Australia
      Conference Theme: Working in the Knowledge Organisation
      Workshops: Telling the Story; Alignment Strategies; Noetic Solutions simulation
    • actKM Conference, 26-27 October 2005, Canberra, ACT, Australia
      Conference Theme: Managing Knowledge for Better Performance
      Workshops: Australian Public Service Community of Practice; Why Organizations don’t get best value from their knowledge and information resources: an emergent causal examination; Application of the new Australian Knowledge Management Standard
    • actKM Forum Conference, 25-26 October 2006, Canberra, ACT, Australia
      Conference Theme: Realising the Knowledge Management Vision
      Workshops: Getting Management Buy-in for Knowledge Management
    • actKM Conference, 23-24 October 2007, Canberra, ACT, Australia
      Conference Theme:
      Workshops: Knowledge Cafe Workshop; Getting Management Buy-in for Knowledge Management
    • actKM Forum Conference, 14-15th October 2008, Canberra, ACT, Australia
      Conference Theme: Managing Knowledge for Competitive Advantage
      Workshops: Peer Assist on After Action Reviews; Reverse Brainstorming café on the topic: Innovative and creative strategies to decimate key staff in an organisation
    • actKM Conference, 12-13 October 2009, Canberra, ACT, Australia
      Conference Theme: Mature, Mutate or Miss Out
      Workshops: Collective Intelligence, Communal Mind and the Ecology of Wisdom
    • actKM Forum Conference, 18-19 October 2010, Canberra, ACT, Australia
      Conference Theme: Getting clever about knowledge
      Workshops: Taking the Terror out of Taxonomies: a mini-workshop; Build, buy, bind & bury – deciphering your organisation’s knowledge lifecycle; How to Create a Brilliant Organization
    • actKM Conference, 10-11 October 2011, Canberra, ACT, Australia
      Conference Theme: What Keeps CEOs Awake at Night – How Knowledge Management Can Address the Top Challenges Facing Today’s Leaders
      Workshops: The Unknown Unknowns – Making sense of expertise; Creative behavioural interactions to build trust and collaboration for enhanced performance
      Masterclasses: Social Media Field Guide – Tools Masterclass; Trust and collaboration masterclass; Stakeholder Engagement and its Evaluation
    • actKM Forum Conference (Collaborative Workshop), 23-24 October 2012, Canberra, ACT, Australia
      Conference Theme: Connecting Knowledge – Building the Knowledge-centric Organisation
      Workshops: Knowledge Management Think Tank – Tapping into Fast and Slow Thinking; Free4all – Knowledge Management Learning and Development
    • (CANCELED ?) actKM Forum Conference, 29-30 October 2013, Canberra, ACT, Australia
      Conference Theme: Collaborating and Innovating for the Future
      (embedded within the Institute for Information Management (IIM) ACT Branch Conference, which is a part of the Australian Computer Society (ACS) Canberra Branch Conference)
    • actKM Forum Conference, 27 – 28 October 2014, Canberra, ACT, Australia
      Conference Theme: Creating Value from Your Information and Knowledge
      Workshops: Conducting Knowledge Audits
      (embedded within the Institute for Information Management (IIM) National Conference)

Meetings

  • 2000-01: no meeting
  • 2000-02: Knowledge Management in the Public Sector
  • 2000-03: Knowledge Management: How to get the most out of people in a knowledge environment
  • 2000-04: Knowledge Management at the Australian Bureau of Statistics
  • 2000-05: Building a Community of Practice – Learning From Our Own Experience
  • 2000-06: Short presentations by members of their current Knowledge Management projects
  • 2000-08: Members evening: Bill Godfrey will review new Knowledge Management texts.
  • 2000-09: Innovation/Advances in Knowledge Management technologies (cancelled: Knowledge Management and Strategic Navigation)
  • 2000-10: 1st ACT Knowledge Management workshop
  • 2000-11: Systems Thinking and Knowledge Management
  • 2000-12: Christmas Drinks & Shared Knowledge Environment and E-Learning
  • 2001-01: no meeting
  • 2001-02: Concept mapping: a tool to aid knowledge management
  • 2001-04: The new Knowledge Management Framework, Standards Australia have developed
  • 2001-05: Corporate knowledge issues surrounding recent catastrophies such as the Westralia and Longford gas explosion
  • 2001-06: Tangible Knowledge Management initiatives and how they relate to the new Standards Australia Knowledge Management Framework
  • 2001-07: Maximising IT through applied Knowledge Management
  • 2001-08: Developing and Implementing an Information Management Framework
  • 2001-09: Defence Enterprise Architecture
  • 2001-10: Intellectual Capital
  • 2001-11: Knowledge Management Problem and Solutions Swap Meet
  • 2001-12:
  • 2002-01: no meeting
  • 2002-02: ACT KM in 2002
  • 2002-03: A hypothetical standard for Knowledge Management
  • 2002-04: Creating a Value Proposition with Knowledge Management
  • 2002-05: The Application of Legislative Rulebase Technology to the Management of Agency Core Knowledge
  • 2002-06: Raising the Profile of Knowledge Management
  • 2002-07: Storytelling and Knowledge Management
  • 2002-08: ActKM Slide night: Bring along your favourite Knowledge Management slide
  • 2002-09: Strategies for the promotion of knowledge management
  • 2002-10: Measuring a Knowledge-based Economy and Society
  • 2002-11: The purpose of knowledge management is competitive intelligence
  • 2002-12: Christmas cheer and drinks: actKM 2002 – that was the year that was
  • 2003-01: no meeting
  • 2003-02: Key elements of a Knowledge Management strategy for a government agency
  • 2003-03: Psychology and Knowledge Management: Implications for how we implement Knowledge Management in the workplace
  • 2003-04: Innovation and Knowledge Management
  • 2003-05: How human beliefs are created and become deeply routed within our mind? How can beliefs be changed and result in new learning and knowledge?
  • 2003-06: ActKM Slide night: Bring along your favourite Knowledge Management slide
  • 2003-07: The effectiveness of e-learning as a tool for transferring knowledge
  • 2003-08: What is Knowledge Management – fiction, fad or fulfilling the ICT promise?
  • 2003-09: What does in mean to be an expert in 2003?
  • 2003-10: Winning the Knowledge Game: A Smarter Strategy for Success
  • 2003-11: Harnessing narrative evidence to design a sustainable enterprise-wide information architecture
  • 2003-12: Christmas cheer and drinks: actKM 2003 – that was the year that was
  • 2004-01: no meeting
  • 2004-02: Centrelink Thesaurus – a case study
  • 2004-03: Developing the ‘Knowledge Management Elevator Speech’
  • 2004-04: The Cause & Effect Model in Organisations
  • 2004-05: Private and public memory: the making and collecting of oral history
  • 2004-06: Team Syntegrity – Process and Protocol
  • 2004-07: The Lockheed Skunkworks – a case study in high performance knowledge-based organisations
  • 2004-08: Knowledge Mapping
  • 2004-09: Capturing knowledge in the SimCentre to assess product or service effectiveness
  • 2004-10: Knowledge initiatives at the Department of Family and Community Services
  • 2004-11: The People Side of Implementing a Knowledge Management System
  • 2004-12: XMas Wrap-up & Knowledge Management – Journey of Change
  • 2005-01: no meeting
  • 2005-02: Forms: Capturing user knowledge to build corporate knowledge
  • 2005-03: Rewards, Recognition and Knowledge Management
  • 2005-04: Understanding & Applying ‘Workplace Innovation’ Through Design In The ATO
  • 2005-05: What does it mean to be innovative in the Public Sector?
  • 2005-06: Social Network Analysis – a Case Study
  • 2005-07:
  • 2005-08:
  • 2005-09: Knowledge Management Maturity Model: Imagine the Possibilities
  • 2005-10: Knowledge Management Futures – Developing Effective Responses to Tomorrow’s Questions
  • 2005-11: When does Information Management become Knowledge Management? Experiences of an Information Management services company in the ACT
  • 2005-12: XMas Wrap-up 2005
  • 2006-01: no meeting
  • 2006-02: Knowledge Management implications of the Palmer and Comrie reports for all organisations
  • 2006-03: Reflecting recent disappearance of the actKM yahoo group: lessons learned for the resilience of virtual communities of practice
  • 2006-04: Qualitative evaluation of library and information research services using narrative techniques (joint actKM/AGLIN)
  • 2006-05: Eyeing the Knowledge Management Seas: Exploring the Surface and Delving its Depths
  • 2006-06: Exchange – The National Vegetation Knowledge Service – brings vegetation knowledge to life
  • 2006-07: Knowledge Audit
  • 2006-08: The Value of a Story
  • 2006-09: A Network Analysis of the actKM Community of Interest
  • 2006-10: Making Meaning in 21st Century Organisations
  • 2006-11: no meeting
  • 2006-12: Christmas drinks & future events and planning for the actKM community

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