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KM Australia 2012 - Putting the Pieces Together is just around the corner.
There are a few last minute things we would like mention for those who are attending and for those who unfortunately cannot make it.
1) Please tweet and follow on #kmaus (last year we have over 300 tweets)
2) KM Australia LinkedIn hass clsoe to 900 members - please join to help us reach the 1000 member mark http://www.linkedin.com/groups/KM-Australia-77236/about
3) KM Australia Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/KnowledgeManagementAustralia - give it a "like"
4) Some good hastags to use when tweeting #storify #knowledge #KMb #knowledgetranslation #knowledgeexchange #kmaus #kmers #km
5) Stay tuned to the tweets for the debate at 12.00 pm Day Two on: "Making tacit knowledge explicit with collaborative technologies? Should we or shouldn't we?"
Both days are full of "Can't Miss" presentations, we recommend downloading brochure and schedule the times you want logon to twitter to see who is saying what.
Here's the list of who is talking and please do not print this email as you will make Al Gore cry, copy and paste it into your email client reminder.
9am: Richard McDermott, President, McDermott Consulting (United States of America)
10am: Malcolm Conway, Staff Officer Grade 1 Learning, Department of Defence (Australia)
11am: Chandni Kapur, Change Manager, Strategy Execution, Rio Tinto (Australia)
12pm: Frances Kyrikos, Professional Support Lawyer/Professional Support Manager -
Operations & Projects, Baker & McKenzie
1.45pm: Alexandra Lederer, Learning & Development Specialist, Genea (Australia)
2.30pm: Signe Lønholdt, Online Community Editor, LEGO Group (Denmark)
3.45pm: Felicity McNish, Global Knowledge Manager, Woods Bagot (Australia)
9.15am: Shawn Callahan, Founding Director, Anecdote (Australia)
10.00am: Helen Mitchell, Senior Manager, Knowledge Management, KPMG (Australia)
11.15am: Susan Camarena, Chief Knowledge Officer, Federal Transit Administration (United States of America)
12pm: THE DEBATE!
After we clean the debris from the floor then it's
2pm: Giora Hadar, Knowledge Architect, Federal Aviation Administration (United States of America)
2.45pm: Erin Ilgen, Manager, Strategic Projects, Global Knowledge Center, Toyota Motor
Sales Inc (United States of America)
4pm: Jason Sharpe, General Manager of Systems Business Strategy & Requirements, Telstra
A side note for KM Australia 2012 delegates - you save $400 from the registration cost
Creative Knowledge Retention
Building an innovative transfer strategy to retain essential knowledge
9 - 10 October 2012, Melbourne
A Two-Day Knowledge Huddle