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The New Zealand Knowledge Management Network (NZKM; Māori: Te Tukutuku Matauranga Aotearoa) was 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) has offered the following Knowledge Management education and training opportunities:
- Local groups in Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington
- Knowledge Management New Zealand (KMNZ), December 2003, Auckland, New Zealand
Conference Theme: Building and strengthening the knowledge-driven enterprise
- This cutting edge event will address the key issues and challenges facing Knowledge Management initiatives in New Zealand, as well as provide an interactive forum that will give delegates the ideas and skills to go back into their organisations and confidently strengthen the drive towards a knowledge driven enterprise.
Face-to-face members’ meetings
- 2012 NZKM AGM and Michael Sampson on ‘How Collaboration and Social Business is Changing the Face of Knowledge Management’
- 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 …
(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)