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The New Zealand Knowledge Management Network (NZKM), Te Tukutuku Matauranga Aotearoa, is an informal, cross-industry and non-profit community of practice, providing opportunities for professionals to share their interest, knowledge and/or experiences in Knowledge Management.

The New Zealand Knowledge Management Network (NZKM) offers the following Knowledge Management education and training opportunities:

Communities

  • Local groups in Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington

Conferences

  • Knowledge Management New Zealand (KMNZ), December 2003, Auckland, New Zealand
    Conference Theme: Building and strengthening the knowledge-driven enterprise

Events

Monthly face-to-face members’ meetings
(KM Lunch series, Briefings, seminar series) & extra members’ meetings when an overseas Knowledge Management expert visits New Zealand

  • Nov 2002 (Inaugural members’ meeting, Special guest: Larry Prusak): Challenges Facing Today’s Knowledge Management Professionals
  • Mar 2003 (Wellington): Culture and Knowledge Management
  • Jun 2003 (Wellington): Developing Narrative Knowledge
  • Jul 2003 (Wellington): Reserve Bank’s Knowledge Management
  • Aug 2003 (extra meeting – Special guest: Guy St. Clair): Knowledge Services: The New Information Professional in the New Profession
  • Sep 2003: Working towards biologically based theories of organization and knowledge to understand how organizations work best (joint lunchtime seminar with the Government Information Systems Forum)
  • Nov 2003: Communities of Practice: Leveraging the real value of Knowledge
  • Dec 2003: Maori Knowledge
  • Mar 2004 (extra meeting – Special guest: Larry Prusak): Current Knowledge Management Trends
  • Apr 2004: Bridging theory and practice in Knowledge Management
  • May 2004: An International Online Community of Practice: The Case of the Commonwealth Village
  • Jul 2004 (Christchurch, Lunchtime Event):
  • Aug 2004 (Wellington, Lunchtime Event): Transforming your Organisation with Knowledge (with NZCS)
  • Sep 2004 (Wellington, informal Lunchtime Event): David Snowden, Director of the Cynefin (pronounced “kun-ev-in”): Centre
  • Sep 2004 (Wellington, Networking Event): Winning the Knowledge Game
  • Oct 2004 Collaboration Technology
  • Feb 2005 (Christchurch, Lunchtime Event): Organisational Thinking
  • Mar 2005 (Christchurch, Lunchtime Event): Seven Pillars of IT-Enabled Team Productivity
  • Apr 2005 (Christchurch, Lunchtime Event): Knowledge and Culture: The Devil is in the Detail
  • May 2005 (Wellington, Lunchtime Event): 7 Pillars of IT-Enabled Team Productivity
  • May 2005 (Christchurch, Lunchtime Event): Are New Zealand’s Technology companies managing Knowledge strategically?
  • Jul 2005 (Wellington, Lunchtime Event): eDemocracy Briefing: Online Deliberative Democracy issues and projects
  • Aug 2005 (Christchurch, Wellington, Auckland, Dunedin; extra meeting – Special guest: Steve Denning): Telling tales at work: How to communicate new ideas and motivate people (Lunchtime Event), Transforming your business culture (Extended Workshop)
  • Oct 2005 (Wellington): eDemocracy Briefing: Deliberation and Participation; Social Gathering after work with Neill Allan
  • Oct 2005 (Christchurch, Lunchtime Event): Document Management
  • Nov 2005 (Wellington, Lunchtime Event): Do attempts to improve culture and behaviour make a difference for Knowledge Management?
  • Dec 2005 (Christchurch, lunch meeting, special guest: Dave Snowden): Narrative and Complexity in Knowledge Management
  • Feb 2006 (Christchurch): Blogging: the boundaries between personal and business blogging, and the role of blogs in corporate knowledge management
  • May 2006 (Christchurch): Knowledge Bases: implementing knowledge management solutions for the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Social Development and Land Transport New Zealand
  • Jul 2006 (Christchurch): Narratives – Capturing knowledge in context
  • Jul 2006 (Wellington): Narratives – Capturing knowledge in context
  • Aug 2006 (Christchurch): Blogs, wikis and Knowledge Managaement
  • Aug 2006 (Auckland): Collaboration and supporting technologies
  • Sep 2006 (Christchurch): Online Collaboration
  • Jul 2007 (Christchurch): SharePoint for Business: A Six Step Strategy for Achieving Collaboration Success and Improving Business with SharePoint
  • Aug 2007 (Christchurch): Policies & Procedures are critical knowledge assets that need special treatment
  • Oct 2007 (Christchurch): Blogs, Wikis, SharePoint and Social Networking – Should these be encouraged in the workplace?
  • Oct 2007 (Wellington): Making sense of e-Government 2.0 Archives
  • Dec 2007 (Christchurch): Fitting records management into your knowledge strategy
  • Apr 2008 (Auckland): Citizens Advice Bureau project
  • May 2008 (extra meeting – Special guest: Dave Snowden): Crews and alternatives to Communities of Practice (CoPs)…
  • May 2008 (Christchurch): The Technological Alienation of Knowledge in the Knowledge Economy
  • May 2008 (Wellington): Web 2.0 and Knowledge Management: Making Knowledge Work
  • Jun 2008 (Wellington): Requisite Connectivity and Team Performance
  • Jun 2008 (Wellington, Lunchtime Networking Meeting): informal networking meeting, no formal structure to the meeting
  • Jul 2008 (Christchurch): Knowledge Management within Customer Services – could SharePoint be your enabler?
  • Aug 2008 (Christchurch): Knowledge Management in Professional Services Firms: the good, the bad and the ugly
  • Sep 2008 (Wellington): Achieving the Full Potential of an Intranet Redevelopment
  • Sep 2008 (Christchurch): Challenges and opportunities in working with intranets in New Zealand
  • Oct 2008 (Christchurch, Lunch event with David Gurteen): Strengthening a Knowledge Sharing Culture
  • Oct 2008 (Wellington, Lunchtime Networking Meeting): informal networking meeting, no formal structure to the meeting
  • Oct 2008 (Wellington, Lunch event with David Gurteen): Strengthening a Knowledge Sharing Culture
  • Nov 2008 (Wellington, Lunchtime Networking Meeting): informal networking meeting, no formal structure to the meeting
  • Dec 2009: NZKM Wellington Christmas Celebration
  • May 2009 (Wellington): User adoption strategies of collaborative tools in the workplace
  • Mar 2009 (Wellington): Practical application of Cognitive Edge methods in the Victorian Public Service
  • Jun 2009 (Wellington, Brown Bag Lunch):
  • Sep 2009 (Wellington): The Parallel Bang: Non-Linear Thinking in a Non-Linear World
  • Sep 2009 (Christchurch): The Parallel Bang: Non-Linear Thinking in a Non-Linear World
  • Oct 2009 (Christchurch): Knowledge Management in Europe – Current issues and practice
  • Nov 2009 (Christchurch): Knowledge and Information Sharing (KIS): the hidden differentiator : Grant Margison from Information Leadership
  • Nov 2009 (Wellington): Knowledge and Information Sharing (KIS): the hidden differentiator : Grant Margison from Information Leadership
  • Dec 2009: NZKM Wellington Christmas Party
  • Apr 2010: Impact of tacit knowledge sharing enablers on organisational effectiveness: a conceptual model
  • May 2010 (Wellington, extra meeting – special guest: Matt Moore): Performance Enhancing
  • Jun 2010 (Wellington, extra meeting – special guest: Dave Snowden): An update on Sensemaker(R) 3.0
  • Jul 2010 (Wellington, Lightening Session): Recent Knowledge Management Research
  • Nov 2010 (Wellington): NZKM Christmas Drinks & Nibbles
  • Feb 2011 (Wellington): Communities of Practice, Knowledge Management and Social Media
  • Apr 2011 (Dunedin, all day – Lunch Presentations & Optional Workshop): Social Media: Future Proofing Your Organisation, Workshop: Social Media – Action Planning
  • Apr 2011 (Wellington, all day – Lunch Presentations & Optional Workshop): Social Media: Future Proofing Your Organisation, Workshop: Social Media – Action Planning
  • Jun 2011 (Christchurch): Thinking Styles: Knowledge Management would be easy if everyone thought alike!
  • Jun 2011 (Wellington): Thinking Styles: Knowledge Management would be easy if everyone thought alike!
  • Dec 2011 (Wellington): NZKM Christmas Drinks & Nibbles

Annual General Meetings

  • 2011 NZKM AGM and Ed Bernacki on ‘…’
  • 2010 NZKM AGM and Richard Boag on ‘The misuse of IT in the workplace’
  • 2009 NZKM AGM and Graham Durant-Law on ‘The network relationship approach’
  • 2008 NZKM AGM and Dave Snowden on ‘Recent work from Cognitive Edge, with a particular focus on impact measurement for government and public sector organisations’
  • 2007 NZKM AGM and Tim Kannegieter on ‘The role of boundaries in knowledge management’
  • 2006 NZKM AGM and …
  • 2005 NZKM AGM and Alistair Gibbons and Chloe Hart on Organisational Network Analysis
  • 2004 NZKM AGM
  • 2003 NZKM AGM and …

Podcasts

(recorded from members’ meetings)

  • The Parallel Bang: Non-Linear Thinking in a Non-Linear World (Jack Bacon)
  • Visualising Collective Knowledge (Graham Durant-Law)
  • Web 2.0 and Knowledge Management: Making Knowledge Work (Tim Barrable)
  • Blogs, wikis and Knowledge Managaement (Mike Riversdale)
  • Narrative and Complexity in Knowledge Management (Dave Snowden)

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