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  • KMLF monthly meeting

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  • West Gippsland Libraries Transformational Change Experience

    This is an online facilitated event (Zoom). Details to be provided closer to the event. This Zoom session is kindly provided by Monash University's Faculty of Information Technology as a service to Melbourne's KM Community. We will also be using MIRO - an online collaborative whiteboard to facilitate discussion, idea capture and questions. You will need a log-in to access the shared whiteboard. Sign-up for free at https://miro.com/ Description: Leanne leads transformational change by putting people first, creating psychological safety and uses a multidimensional approach that focuses on developing the individual mindset and behaviours of staff whilst building systems and a culture that supports and enhances organisational performance. Our Speaker: Leanne is the Chief Executive Officer of West Gippsland Libraries. She is also a Non-Executive Director of two entities, a Victorian Health Service and an Independent School. She is an Executive Committee Member of two not for profit organisations and is the Chairperson of two Audit and Finance Committees. Leanne is a Chartered Accountant, Graduate of the Institute of Company Directors and a Graduate of Melbourne Business School’s Leading Transformational Change Program. In 2019, Leanne was named in the Top 50 Public Sector Women for Victoria. Agenda: 6:00 - 6:30 Informal Conversation (BYO drinks & nibbles) 6:30 - 7:45 Exploration of the topic 7:45 - 8:00 Wrap up and informal conversations Note re Zoom recording: Audio and/or visual recordings will occur during this Zoom session and your image and voice may be included in such recordings. You will be informed by your meeting host of any recording at the start of a Zoom session. Recorded Melbourne KMLF Zoom sessions may be viewed by members, and may also be accessible by Monash University staff. You may be able to turn off your video and microphone, depending on the level of interaction required. For further information on how to use Zoom, including configuring your settings, please see this guide: https://guides.lib.monash.edu/learning-tools/zoom This Zoom session is hosted on a Monash University Zoom account. All Monash Zoom accounts are protected by Monash Single Sign On (including multi-factor authentication by Okta) and secured with end-to-end encryption (including audio, video and content). Your use of Zoom is subject to Monash University’s IT Acceptable Use Policy: https://www.monash.edu/__data/assets/pdf_file/0009/1092699/Information-Technology-Acceptable-Use-Policy.pdf Details of Zoom sessions must not be shared with anyone who is not on the participant list. For information relating to the handling of your personal information please refer to Monash University’s Data Protection and Privacy Procedure: https://www.monash.edu/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/790086/Privacy.pdf If you have any questions about how Monash University is collecting and handling your personal information, please contact our Data Protection and Privacy Office at [masked].

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  • Knowledge Management in Cyber & Data security.

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    This is an online facilitated event (Zoom). Details to be provided closer to the event. This Zoom session is kindly provided by Monash University's Faculty of Information Technology as a service to Melbourne's KM Community. We will also be using MIRO - an online collaborative whiteboard to facilitate discussion, idea capture and questions. You will need a log-in to access the shared whiteboard. Sign-up for free at https://miro.com/. Description: Cyber and Data are the one of the key components in an organisation. The session will discuss on the data and cybersecurity and how to protect the data and the firm from breaches. Our Speaker: Siva has been in the Cybersecurity industry for the past sixteen year and have been involved in several cyber-projects in the cyber and data protection sector. He have spent more than a decade in the financial sector and at present he is in the mining industry. He is active member with cyber security interest group (LTOTM) (Last Tuesday of the Month) and also attends KMLF (Melbourne). Siva holds a Bachelor degree in Bus / IT and a Master’s Degree in Knowledge Management. He also has personal interest in developing KM in the Cyber & Data security space. Siva does social and volunteer work in his free time and also a member of a Rotary Club of South Bank in Melbourne Agenda: 6:00 - 6:30 Informal Conversation (BYO drinks & nibbles) 6:30 - 7:45 Exploration of the topic 7:45 - 8:00 Wrap up and informal conversations Note re Zoom recording: Audio and/or visual recordings will occur during this Zoom session and your image and voice may be included in such recordings. You will be informed by your meeting host of any recording at the start of a Zoom session. Recorded Melbourne KMLF Zoom sessions may be viewed by members, and may also be accessible by Monash University staff. You may be able to turn off your video and microphone, depending on the level of interaction required. For further information on how to use Zoom, including configuring your settings, please see this guide: https://guides.lib.monash.edu/learning-tools/zoom This Zoom session is hosted on a Monash University Zoom account. All Monash Zoom accounts are protected by Monash Single Sign On (including multi-factor authentication by Okta) and secured with end-to-end encryption (including audio, video and content). Your use of Zoom is subject to Monash University’s IT Acceptable Use Policy: https://www.monash.edu/__data/assets/pdf_file/0009/1092699/Information-Technology-Acceptable-Use-Policy.pdf Details of Zoom sessions must not be shared with anyone who is not on the participant list. For information relating to the handling of your personal information please refer to Monash University’s Data Protection and Privacy Procedure: https://www.monash.edu/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/790086/Privacy.pdf If you have any questions about how Monash University is collecting and handling your personal information, please contact our Data Protection and Privacy Office at [masked].

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  • Cybersecurity - by Siva Gopal. POSTPONED

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  • Decision-Making In Practice. POSTPONED

    RMIT Swanston Academic Building

    Please Note Due to the restrictions put in place with COVID 19 we have taken the decision to postpone this event in the interests of peoples' health and safety. We look forward to seeing people again in the future when we are able to reschedule. 1 March 2020 saw the introduction of the Guardianship and Administration Act 2019, which sets out a new framework for how adult guardians and administrators should make decisions for Victorians with a disability. Guardianship laws, by their nature, often deal with decision-making in complex, emotional or contested circumstances. So, how do laws allow for clarity in such ambiguous circumstances? And, how do organisations best communicate and adapt to external changes that recontextualise decades of precedents? This session will be run as a mix of activities, facilitated conversation and presentation, to bring to life how decision-making principles have changed over time and the run-on impact to both organisations and individuals. Key aspects of the session include: 1) Understanding different models of decision-making, including ‘substitute’ and ‘supportive’ roles 2) Exploring how to raise new ways of working in conservative work cultures 3) Discovering how to recognise but not rely on past expertise About the Presenter Stewart MacLeod has held leadership roles in the public sector for 15 years and is currently Head of Strategy, Communications and Partnerships at State Trustees, Victoria’s Public Trustee. He is an alumni of Leadership Victoria’s Williamson Community Leadership Program and the Cranlana Colloquium for Future Sector Leaders, and an accredited Human Synergistics practitioner. Twitter: @epiphanyengine LinkedIn: https://au.linkedin.com/in/stewart-macleod-a379587

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  • Knowledge Following the Bushfires

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    Following the recent bushfires in Victoria there is much to be learnt. People have had a whole range of experiences that informs their knowledge and this needs to be captured. It is complex and multi dimensional. This session will be highly interactive with participants engaging in a workshop that uses complex tools and methods as a knowledge gathering method. The insights that emerge from the session will be provided to the CFA to assist them in their learning experience. In preparation for the session participants are asked to reflect on the recent bushfires, think about your recent experience of them and your exposure to the media. Please consider experiences that helped you learn either positively or negatively. Bring along an artifact that related your experience in the form of a picture, media clipping, extract or a written experience of your own. The session will be facilitated by Laurel Sutton from Complexability. Laurel is an experienced Cognitive Edge practitioner, facilitator and trainer. The session has been co designed by Stuart French who is the Program Manager , Knowledge for the CFA. Agenda: 6:00 - 6:30 networking over drinks and nibbles 6:30 - 7:45 exploration of the topic 7:45 - 8:00 wrap up and informal conversations 8:00 Dinner for interested parties

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  • No KMLF meeting in January.

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    Stay tuned for the February session!

  • What I've learnt from KMLF 2019!

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    In the spirit of KM for our last 2019 session each of our members will have the chance to share: 1) What they've learnt from this years sessions. 2) How they're applying these insights in their lives (professional/personal). This session will be conducted as a Pecha Kucha style sessions. Each presenter will have 10 slides at 30 secs per slide, plus 2 mins for Q&A. If members want to use a different presentation format then go for it! Use your 5 mins as best fits your presentation. Please bring your presentations on a USB or a device that can connect with the rooms HDMI projector connection. Outcomes: Participating in this event will enable you to: - share knowledge and wisdom gained from the KMLF year - allow others to learn from your experiences Our Speakers: The KMLF community. Any queries or clarifications can be sent to Brad Adriaanse ([masked]) Agenda: 6:00 - 6:30 networking over drinks and nibbles 6:30 - 7:45 exploration of the topic 7:45 - 8:00 wrap up and informal conversations 8:00 Dinner for interested parties

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  • Lean Agile System of Leadership - Dr Richard Hodge

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    “In general, survival is the only road to riches” (Peter L. Bernstein, Interview, Money.com, 15 Oct 2004) Might this framework help us redefine the true value for knowledge management in This Century? If we are to help organisations rebuild trust, it’s time to stop focussing on the person at the top and operate a system of leadership. Leadership that is lean has a tight focus on the concepts of value - to the planet, to society and to its stakeholders. Leadership that is agile focuses on people ahead of profit and liberates them to deliver value. Leadership that is a system manages the flow of knowledge from the individual to the enterprise level, like blood to the body, it’s not the main game but it is vital for survival. Come to this session to engage with Richard for an interactive exploration of these issues, and to discuss the role of Knowledge Management in a Lean Agile System approach to leadership. (Please note that this month's session is on a Tuesday.) Our Speaker: Richard obsesses over leadership and stewardship of the future. His quest is to restore this fundamental tenet of leadership too often lost in managing the pressure for short-term advantage. Richard works with leaders of complex enterprises and with people starting their journey. He specialises in the thinking and practice required to make systemic interventions successful in getting work done now with an approach to first do no harm. With over 40 years’ experience in public and private sectors, Richard holds a PhD in systems approaches to strategy and execution in complex enterprises. He now works with leaders to help them establish a viable foundation for a sustainable future. Agenda: 6:00 - 6:30 networking over drinks and nibbles 6:30 - 7:45 exploration of the topic 7:45 - 8:00 wrap up and informal conversations 8:00 Dinner for interested parties