Abstract: An initiative which attempts to systematically describe the themes and topics required for a fully-rounded education in knowledge management theory and practice. One of the stated goals of RealKM since its inception has been to push the boundaries of knowledge management, helping it achieve greater understanding, acceptance, and inclusion in
The Australian Society for Knowledge Management Conference (AuSKM Conference), formerly branded as Knowledge Management Melbourne (KMELB) and successor of the Australian Capital Territory Knowledge Management (actKM) Forum Conference, is a 1-day conference with post-conference workshops, organized by the Australian Society for Knowledge Management (AuSKM) and partners from the Australian Knowledge Management communities.
Abstract: In 2007, Andre Saito published a PhD proposing a model of knowledge management competence which could be used as the basis for educating KM staff. As well as being well-written and interesting in its own right, edited portions of his PhD have been serialised on RealKM to provide an explanation of many of
Abstract: Ensuring that research is translated into practical outcomes, and in turn ensuring that research priorities and activities are informed by practitioner experience, is a recognised priority in sectors such as medicine and natural resource management. A way of achieving this is through the use of “knowledge brokers”. In a review