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The Knowledge Management Australia (KM Australia) forum, formerly a congress and conference (in 2011/12 branded as “Asia Pacific Congress”, in 2010 as “KM & Collaboration Australia”), is organized by Ark Group Australia. It will explore prospects and challenges in managing and retaining knowledge and information, networking and collaboration, social media and Web 2.0, sustainability and profitability.

Conference History:

15th KM Australia 2018, 1-2 & 8-9 August 2018, Sydney & Canberra, Australia

Forum Theme: Knowledge Management Australia: Past, Present & Future
(1-day Forums with 2 half day post-congress workshops)

    The Open Edition, Sydney

    Post-forum Workshops:
    Putting the Action back in Knowledge Management
    Knowledge Management and Open Data for Innovation

    Interactive Forum Events:
    The Curious Cafe – open Q & A w. speakers

    Power of the People: Past, Present and Future

    Knowledge Management and Learning through Corporate Blogging
    Be the Change – Leading Legal Knowledge Management Teams THEN, NOW AND TO COME
    Knowledge Management and Technology – A Blast from the Past and Future
    The Evolution of Business Storytelling – past, present, future
    What changes are ahead? Where are the opportunities you can’t afford to miss?
    Knowledge Management: An Enterprise Wide Transformation
    Knowledge Management at SBS Bank – Simplifying Access to Quality Information for members and team: Let’s Clean Up this Mess from the Past

    The Australian Government Edition, Canberra

    Post-forum Workshops:
    A Simple and Effective Approach to Developing Your Knowledge Management Strategy and Implementing Framework
    Commander’s Decision-making Cycle and Battle Rhythms

    Interactive Forum Events:
    The Curious Cafe – open Q & A w. speakers

    Power of the People: Past, Present and Future

    Where do we begin and moving forward from that point
    We Learn As One
    What fraud, drug trafficking and murder can teach you about knowledge management
    Knowledge Management in a Combined/Joint Environment
    Turning the Page on Storytelling
    Digital disruption: can KM “smooth” the way?
    Reinventing Knowledge Management with Gamification

14th KM Australia 2017, 1-3 August 2017, Sydney, Australia

    Post-congress Workshops:
    Knowledge Management Principles in Action!
    Driving Innovation through Collaboration
    Change, Education, Training and Gaining Acceptance
    Designing a Next Generation SharePoint Knowledge Network Platform
    World Vision International: Bringing Your Communities Together
    Accelerating Organisational Performance Outcomes through Advanced Knowledge Leadership Practices

    Interactive Congress Events:
    Preliminary – KM World Café Open Mike Session
    Here’s What We Know So Far – Open MIKE World Cafe

    Knowledge Management – how is it really practised?

    Reforming your Knowledge Management System
    Creating Extraordinary Value from What Your Company Already Knows
    Knowledge Sharing at Arup: A Case Study of Culture
    Harness the Power of Integrated KM: A Dubai Police Case Study Presentation
    Aligning CoPs with business outcomes
    Surviving Thriving in a Disrupted World: An exploration of the role of knowledge practices and practitioners in catalysing invention, creativity and innovation to support and stimulate the agile enterprisea
    Principles for the Knowledge Manager
    Bringing Information to Life using Gamification
    Widening our Horizons: Transforming an information service to meet an organisation’s needs using knowledge management principles
    Virtual Songlines: Transforming cultural heritage knowledge into immersive and interactive simulations

    STREAM ONE: Public Sector

    Interactive Sessions:
    Knowledge DNA: A case-study led interactive module

    Quest for the Holy Grail – Dragging a monolithic organisation into the 21st Century

    STREAM TWO: Creative Thinking

    Interactive Sessions:
    Mini-Interactive Module: Aligning your Knowledge Management strategies with the only constant – ‘Change’

    Panel Debates:
    Let’s Talk About AI

    Co-located Events:
    ISO KM Standards Meeting: An update on Knowledge Management Standards

    KMedu relevant:
    Principles for the Knowledge Manager

13th KM Australia 2016 Congress, 2-4 August 2016, Melbourne, Australia

Conference theme: Building Enterprise Wide Collaborative Bridges

    Conference program n.a.

    Pre-congress Workshops:
    We Don’t Dare Forget How to Stick a Landing on Mars
    How to Change your Culture in 10 days: An Agile / Lean Knowledge Management Case Study Led Blueprint
    A Blueprint to Knowledge Management Sustainability
    Senior Leadership Engagement and Change Management in a Large Knowledge Management project
    KNOWledge SUCCESSion: An assembled “How To” gained from Dreamworks, NASA, Arup and others in creating sustained superior performance through knowledge co-creation
    The Innovation Conversation: All of Us are Smarter than Any of Us

    Interactive Congress Events:
    Knowledge Management Clinic: Disperse organisatioonal Buy-In, Here’s What We Know So Far – World Cafe (Topics: Social Media and Collaboration, Working out Loud, Content and Information Management, Change Management, Process)
    A World Cafe and Walkabout (Topics: Story Telling; Community and Knowledge; Collaboration, Resistance to Knowledge Management and Creating Value, Gamification)

    Had Queen Isabella Launched Robotic Ships: NASA Adventures in KM
    IKON – Using SharePoint 2013 as a complete EDRMS, Intranet and Knowledge Management Solution for a 9,000+ Organisation

    Embracing the Power of Complexity in KM
    “What? – You want me to store my documents on a website!?” – Successfully Moving a Global Business From Shared Drives to a SharePoint-Based KM Platform
    Designing For Amazing Customer Experience – The Role Of KM In a Customer Driven Strategy
    So what is Working Out Loud? – Melbourne University Case Studies
    Best of the Best – Insights from leading knowledge-led organisations
    Disperse Organisational Buy-in
    A Journey in Building Scalable Customer Centric Self Service and Support Content
    Conveying Big Data Insights with Stories
    Why are Enterprise Social Efforts Failing? A Lessons Learned Presentation
    Knowledge Management in Singapore Power

12th KM Australia 2015 Congress, 4-6 August 2015, Melbourne, Australia

Conference theme: The Discovery and Re-Discovery of Knowledge: A New Face to Knowledge Management

    Post-congress Workshops:
    A Simple and Effective Approach to Developing Your Knowledge Management
    Knowledge and Innovation Systems Management in the Public Sector: A Peer-To-Peer Discussion Workshop
    A Blueprint to Knowledge Management Sustainability
    Building Innovation On Collaboration – The Innovation Sweet Spot
    KNOWledge SUCCESSion, a strategy for sustained high performance
    Serious Games – Knowledge Acquisition, Codification and Sharing

    Interactive Congress Events:
    Here’s What We Know So Far – A World Café and Barriers to Knowledge Management (Topics: Social Media and Collaboration; Learning and Performance; Content and Information Management; Change Management; Creating Value and gaining buy-in; Identify facilitators & Barriers to Knowledge Management (Lessons Learned) and associated Knowledge Management practices (follow up discussion of audience participation @ presentation))

    Panel Discussions:
    Building KM Capacity in the Public Sector: The Importance of Developing a Coherent Approach to Program Management

    Applying “Agile” in Developing KM Strategies and Implementing Frameworks

    Application of a Systemic Lessons Learned Knowledge Model for Organisational Learning Through Projects
    Retaining and Acting on Critical Knowledge: The Case for Lessons Learned
    Adapting Knowledge Management Environments
    A Brief History of Knowledge Management at State Trustees
    A NEW Beginning : Using a Knowledge Management Approach to Information Management in the notfor-profit sector – Case Study
    Acquiring Advanced Talent to Develop Consistent Exceptional Performance
    The Creation of an Agile Knowledge Platform
    Gamification in Knowledge Management Initiatives
    A Case Study on KM Adoption Strategies and Measures
    The Journey of the Modern Knowledge Manager: Making Knowledge Management work in a non-traditional KM environment for 135 countries and 40
    territories – A Case Study
    Looking Through the KM Hourglass

    KMedu Relevant:
    The Journey of the Modern Knowledge Manager

11th KM Australia Congress 2014, 22-24 July 2014, Sydney, Australia

Conference theme (conversational event): Knowledge Border Crossings

    Post-congress Workshops:
    Exploring how technologies are enabling people and organisations to reach and engage clients in new ways
    Transferring ‘sticky’ knowledge: the practitioners’ guide to retaining valuable expertise
    Identifying and defining the theme of your organisation’s Knowledge Management Strategy using metaphors from other spheres of life
    A Maturity Model for Communities
    How do we make sense of the world so we can act in it?
    Becoming a valued advisor: A practical approach to implementing knowledge projects as an internal professional service

    Interactive Congress Events:
    ‘Message in a Bottle’ real time network mapping analysis (networking lunch)
    Closing interactive activity

    Panel Discussions:
    KM across organisational functions
    KM in Emergency Services
    KM in Public Sector
    KM in professional services

    Narrative based knowing, it’s not about telling stories

    EPA Victoria’s expertise framework
    Introducing Message in a Bottle – Seeking connections
    Message in a bottle: Seeking connections
    The other knowledge management
    Knowledge management improving the effective delivery of science
    Enterprise social networking- “buy 1 get 39,999 free”
    The Role of Knowledge Management in a changing legal market
    Designing a regional knowledge strategy
    Building capability and knowledge sharing through an integrated approach
    What gets measured gets exposure: Leveraging KM program measures
    Oracle’s internal knowledge management: How is the KM within their own company being adapted to the changing organisational landscape

    Special Session:
    eXtension distributed learning case study presentations & panel discussion

    Co-located Events:
    NSW KM Forum Meeting

10th KM Australia Congress 2013, 23-25 July 2013, Sydney, Australia

Conference theme (conversational event): An Academy of Knowledge Management and Content

    Conference program n.-a.

    Post-congress Workshops:
    Knowledge Management Strategic Alignment: A top down and bottom up aproach
    Blueprint for creating a sustainable knowledge management framework
    Identifying and capturing expertise: How to elicit the knowledge of your experts
    Designing a community of practice (CoP) for strategic purposes
    Making it real: Knowledge Centered Support (CKS) introduction and overview
    “Message in a Bottle”: Experience it, learn about it, and use it for mapping your knowledge and…

    Interactive Congress Events:
    Informal Knowledge Management Conversations on Social Media, Technology, Best Practice, Collaboration, Change Management, Creating ROI

9th KM Australia – Asia Pacific Congress 2012, 24-26 July 2012, Sydney, Australia

Conference theme (conversational event): Knowledge Management: Putting the Pieces Together

    Post-congress Workshops:
    How to think like an expert
    What is your critical knowledge?
    Knowledge management in the public sector: solutions to overcome government unique challenges
    Applying the Plan Do Check Act (PDCA) concept to knowledge management projects
    How to elicit the knowledge of your experts?
    Developing and nurturing communities of practice and networks

    Interactive Congress Events:
    Interactive debate: Making tacit knowledge explicit with collaborative technologies?
    Knowledge management Book Exchange
    KM Australia Lego Battle / Corner

    Free yourself and your staff to think

    Staying relevant through KM in a dynamic and changing world
    Using knowledge as a change lever to create process improvement
    The end of the precedent lawyer? A case study of the evolving nature of professional support in a law firm
    Building and developing knowledge sharing initiatives
    Building social value in LEGO brick by brick
    Mobile knowledge management: dealing with tools in the wild
    Making your knowledge strategy stick
    Integrating knowledge strategy and delivery in a global framework
    Creating a KM culture to leverage technology: the FTA transit knowledge portal (TransPort)
    Using digital devices for knowledge transfer and training
    Genchi Genbutsu – The Japanese art of learning transfer
    From knowledge to wisdom: KM case studies from Telstra

8th KM Australia – Asia Pacific Congress 2011, 18 – 21 July 2011, Sydney, Australia

Conference theme (conversational event): Conversations for Collaboration and Connection

    Pre-congress Workshops:
    Implementing the Gurteen Knowledge Cafe

    Post-congress Workshops:
    A participatory planning process for knowledge management projects
    Using SharePoint to drive a transformational change agenda
    Harvesting tacit knowledge
    Understanding the four dimensions of knowledge management: personal, team, organisation and inter-organisation
    Successful Knowledge Management endeavours and models
    Learning from Indigenous knowledge systems

    Interactive Congress Events:
    “Go and complexity” session part 1: Praxis using a complex board game; What is the future of Knowledge Management? And how do we influence it?
    “Go and complexity” session part 2: Organisational strategies, communication and collaboration
    Open interactive forum: What is the future of KM? And how do we influence it?
    Concluding collaborative discussion: Making knowledge management actionable

    Management mindsets in the 21st century

    Practitioner case studies:
    The role of communication and knowledge management in establishing multinational philanthropic support for health research
    Informal knowledge sharing through social online learning
    Enterprise 2.0 and mobile applications
    Networking as ‘The way we do business around here’- a Production Services Network case study
    Moving towards a knowledge-based organisation
    Catering for the modern day knowledge worker: skills and capabilities that facilitate collaborative knowledge work
    US Army KM perspective… where the action is!
    How new technologies can help knowledge management

7th KM & Collaboration Australia, 21 – 23 July 2010, Sydney, Australia

Conference theme: Knowledge Management and Collaboration Australia

    Post-conference Workshops: Workshops:
    When words matter: knowledge sharing made better
    Enhancing collaboration in world-wide organisations
    Leveraging cultural diversity to enhance knowledge flows
    Web 2.0 and Knowledge Management today; Implementing a successful knowledge management program
    Making your knowledge management initiatives work

    Interactive Conference Events:
    Knowledge Management Trivia Hunt
    Accelerated Networking Map
    Anecdote Circles
    Reverse Brainstorming Session: how do you destroy collaboration in and across the organisation?
    Culture Archetype cards activities

    Managing knowledge in an uncommitted relationship
    Return to yesterday: the Shell Global Solutions knowledge sharing story
    Looking ahead to 2011 and beyond
    Enhancing collaboration in worldwide organisations

    Practitioner case studies:
    Best practice communication and culture
    Connecting KM with the business strategy and operations
    Knowing who your experts are
    Embracing customer knowledge in the design process
    Connecting people with knowledge: how CPA Australia uses social media for learning, communities and collaboration

    Knowledge Management Management – Approaches to KM pitfalls
    A Baker’s Dozen Knowledge Management Insights

    Sponsor Sessions:

6th KM Australia 2009, 4 – 7 August 2009, Sydney, Australia

Conference theme: Knowledge Management From Diverse Perspectives

    Pre-conference workshops:
    What are the big issues in Knowledge Management at the moment?

    Post-conference workshops:
    Creating knowledge sharing capabilities across cultures and generations
    My big fat Knowledge Management and other crucial Knowledge Management rules
    Building Knowledge Management competencies; Strategic knowledge mapping (SKM)
    mpowering social networking by energising your community of practice (CoP)
    Being a successful knowledge leader

    Interactive Conference Events:
    Knowledge Management method cards activity
    World Knowledge Café: How can knowledge management be used to assist organisations and individuals to survive in our current economic climate?
    Interactive one on one debate: Social computing has to all intents and purposes reduced Communities of Practice to file repositories
    KM Arena – a unique networking opportunity

    Making KM strategic
    Key account management with strategic knowledge mapping (SKM)
    Collaborating across the cosmos: NASA’s work in knowledge management
    TBA (sponsor keynote)
    KM and innovation leverage for social inclusion and sustainable development in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) region

    Practitioner case studies:
    Taking your organisation through a KM change journey
    Aligning KM with your business strategy
    Next generation KM: breathing in new life with Enterprise 2.0
    Knowledge management from an alternate perspective
    Practical KM strategy and tactics

    Sponsor Sessions:
    Implementing a collaborative information management strategy

5th KM Australia 2008, 21 – 23 July 2008, Melbourne, Australia

Conference theme: Moving forward with an enterprise approach to knowledge, information and digital cultures

    Post-conference Masterclasses:
    Facilitating Intranet-based Social Networking within the Organisation
    The Nuts and Bolts of Classifying Information
    Enterprise 2.0: Knowledge Management’s New Capture and Discover Tools
    Applying Social Network Analysis to Knowledge Management
    Scalable Knowledge Management with Semantic Web Technologies
    Social Information Architecture: from Behaviour to Structure
    Combating Enterprise Dementia in 21st Century Organisations
    Involving your Organisation in Strategising Knowledge

    Interactive Conference Events:
    Knowledge Management Roundtable speed debate: Technology is the silver bullet for knowledge management
    Collaborative roundtable discussion
    KM Arena – a unique networking opportunity

    Utilising intranet-based social networking
    TBA (sponsor keynote)
    TBA (sponsor keynote)
    Information architecture: the next five years
    Abandon your content management: KM in the age of GooTube
    Knowledge management and web scale

    Practitioner case studies:
    The first six months: the experience of implementing KM within an organisation
    Applying social network analysis to KM

    STREAM ONE: Knowledge, culture and collaboration

    Practitioner case studies:
    Using Communities of Practice to realise value from collaboration
    Understanding the core principles of information management
    Storytelling and knowledge sharing
    Creating a service culture through better management of knowledge

    Sponsor Presentations:
    A CIO perspective: practical change management, procurement and implementation

    STREAM TWO: Content strategy and digital cultures

    Practitioner case studies:
    Using classification schemes to enhance discovery at Victoria Online
    Optimising the accessibility of content and enhancing user experience
    Web 2.0 in a 1.0 world
    Managing digital rights for online information exchange

    Sponsor Presentations:
    Web 2.0: it’s not just “cool” anymore
    Transforming unstructured data into structured data
    Don’t seek and you will find: bringing content directly to your fingertips

4th KM Australia 2007, 23 – 25 July 2007, Sydney, Australia

Conference theme: Knowledge, Discovery & Collaboration

    Post-conference Masterclasses:
    Identity, community, and distributed intelligence… are we still allowed to talk?
    The new dynamics of knowledge production and exchange in the Peer to Peer era
    Developing a content framework

    Knowledge Café – How does the “human element” contribute to knowledge management?
    KM Arena – a unique networking opportunity

    Naturalising sense-making
    An integrated approach to information management and eDiscovery (sponsor keynote)
    Challenges of Managing Information in a Global Environment (sponsor keynote)
    Customer-centric content management
    Exploit technology for business advantage and go green as well! (sponsor keynote)
    TBA (sponsor keynote)
    Peer to Peer: the new paradigm for social innovation
    Investing in learning capability: a good bet for uncertain times

    Practitioner case studies:
    Fostering a knowledge-sharing culture in your organisation
    Employing blogs and wikis for knowledge and content management

    STREAM ONE: Knowledge and Collaboration

    Practitioner case studies:
    Adopting KM in a program management office
    Employing ‘Innovation Cafes’ to generate engagement and momentum
    Knowledge management and culture change: the human element
    Employing collaborative tools to enhance knowledge sharing opportunities
    A view from the edge: a practitioner perspective on the future of KM in a network centric world
    The journey of a knowledge management system in the Department of Defence

    Sponsor Presentations:
    E*Trade case study: Furthering the dissemination of information with Adobe technology
    Finger on the pulse of a service driven business

    STREAM TWO: Content and Discovery

    Practitioner case studies:
    Taming the intranet: creating a workforce-centric portal
    Searching across the enterprise: managing litigation risk while managing knowledge
    Enterprise content management (ECM) strategy: A government agency perspective
    The form of content

    Sponsor Presentations:
    The Vignette digital services hub
    Creating a strategic foundation for retention and development of knowledge
    Transforming publishing in government
    Implementing a CMS at OSIsoft using AuthorIT

3rd KM Australia 2006, 14 – 16 August 2006, Sydney, Australia

Conference theme: Knowledge Management, Content and Collaboration Australia

    Post-conference Masterclasses:
    Narrative Techniques in Knowledge Transfer and Collaboration
    Lessons Learnt from Lessons Learnt
    Specifying and Selecting Enterprise Search for Knowledge Applications
    Selecting a Content Management System

    Narrative techniques in knowledge transfer and collaboration
    Understanding the meaning of information: a new movement in computing (sponsor keynote)
    Leveraging technology as the enabler of successful knowledge management (sponsor keynote)
    Eureka! Enabling KM through search
    Ten principles for effective information management
    Building collaborative content management solutions (sponsor keynote)
    Portal-based intranets -— a case study on how IBM’s customers benefit from KM, Content and Collaboration in a single solution (sponsor keynote)
    Leaming from experience — lessons learnt from KM implementation

    Practitioner case studies:
    Implementing and encouraging the use of collaborative tools at Austrade
    Collaboration tools enable effective knowledge sharing at Foster’s

    STREAM ONE: Knowledge and Collaboration

    Practitioner case studies:
    Creating a knowledge sharing culture
    Measuring the value of knowledge management
    Case study on KM and Telstra Legal Services
    Making meaning in 21st Century organisations

    Sponsor Presentations:
    Knowledge Workers: how to connect with the right information
    TRIM Context 6: An ECM platform to drive your knowledge management initiative
    Redeveloping a Knowledge System to standardise and create business efficiency
    Managing expertise — unlocking the value of your knowledge base

    STREAM TWO: Content Management

    Practitioner case studies:
    Ensuring your content management programme is a success
    When two worlds collide: understanding the dichotomy of CM and KM
    Content management: its evolution and its futures
    Content discovery on a large intranet

    Sponsor Presentations:
    ECM: real solutions to real problems
    To achieve business objectives and minimise risk, an organisation’s ability must be able to effectively manage and share its collective knowledge
    Integrating compliance requirements into existing business processes
    Bye bye PDF

2nd KM Australia 2005, 13 – 15 July 2005, Sydney, Australia

Conference theme: Promoting and sustaining a knowledge sharing culture

    Post-conference Masterclasses:
    Harnessing intellectual capital for exponential growth: Knowledge management, a way forward
    The role of knowledge management to promote innovation in the effective and proactive enterprise
    Cultivating communities of practice in organisations: what we are learning
    From knowledge management to operational excellence

    Panel Discussions:
    Igniting creativity and converting it into organsational value

    Managing organisational knowledge: converting strategy into action
    Facilitating knowledge sharing through search enabled processes (sponsor keynote)
    Unlocking the true potential of the enterprise to transform content into knowledge (sponsor keynote)
    Communities of practice and the three waves of KM
    Building trust as a knowledge sharing foundation
    BP’s story: the transition from knowledge management to operational excellence

    Practitioner case studies:
    Lend Lease – Achieving KM utopia: Giving sharing and cultural buy-in more than just lip service
    RioTinto – Aligning communities of practice with business improvement
    SA Department of Health and Human Services in the Public Sector – a knowledge management journey
    ARUP – Initiating knowledge sharing and re-using knowledge

    Sponsor Presentations:
    The complex relationship between KM and IT: collaborating effectively to achieve set goals
    Getting results despite the technology
    Technology vs. people: finding the right balance of staff, resources and budget
    Using rewards and incentives to support a knowledge sharing culture: where do they fit in?
    KM and measurement: assessing the relationship of KM with Six Sigma and the balanced scorecard
    Integrating your Web Content Management system with your Document Management System
    Taking the blinkers off – a holistic approach to achieving taxonomy ROI

1st KM Australia 2004, 23 – 25 August 2004, Sydney, Australia

Conference theme: Realising the value of knowledge management

    Post-conference Masterclasses:
    Intellectual capital, corporate longitude and business agility
    Sharing feelings and knowledge
    Creating a culture of knowledge sharing
    The FIVE elements of trust for knowledge sharing

    Conference Workshops:
    The Knowledge Academy: problem solving workshops facilitated by the UK’s leading knowledge management solution providers

    Interactive Panel Discussions:
    Knowledge management as an innovation tool

    International Keynotes:
    Knowledge navigation: Assessing the future as an asset and looking at the emerging perspectives of intellectual capital for leadership
    Gaining senior buy-in and enhancing the flow of knowledge across your organisation
    Building a knowledge Driven Organisation
    East meets west in knowledge communities in Japan
    Verity and Intellectual Capital Management (sponsor keynote)

    Practitioner Presentations:
    Driving knowledge performance: A continuous improvement approach to developing and implementing knowledge strategy
    Overcoming the barriers and hurdles to creating a knowledge sharing organisation
    Exploring Knowledge Management to support Organisational Change
    Intellectual Capital Management in the Professional Services Enterprise

    Sponsor Presentations:
    Enterprise Content Management and Information Lifecycle Management: The Value of Content to an Organisation
    Building knowledge capability
    ActKM: variety from a complexity perspective
    Leveraging the content within your organisation to deliver business efficiency and gain a competitive advantage
    Getting results despite the technology: case studies in a bottom up approach to knowledge management
    Context Management

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