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What we'll do
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NSW KM Forum June Event - Knowledge Cafe & EOFY Networking Drinks!
Facilitated by the NSW KM Forum Committee
Cafe Topic: “What is the latest in KM tools, processes and approaches and how are they helping organisations succeed in this increasingly complex time?”
We have decided to celebrate the EOFY a little early at our new regular base at the SMSA in a social way, by inviting you all to participate in a series of targeted, facilitated conversations using the KM Process of a “Knowledge Cafe” (aka: "World Cafe") over drinks and nibbles.
We will be structuring our cafe table discussions around our theme: “What are the latest in KM tools, processes and approaches and how are they helping organisations succeed in this increasingly complex time?” as the catalyst for discussing their experiences to date and what our community members believe this year (and beyond!) holds for Knowledge Management.
After the structured event we will invite all those interested in continuing the discussion to networking drinks down the road at the Edinburgh Castle where we are sure the conversation will continue to engage and stimulate!
If you would like to know more about the structure of a “Knowledge Cafe”, what it involves and how it is facilitated, you might like to visit the Wikipedia page ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_café ) ...
... or you can find some really detailed instructions on how to facilitate a Knowledge Cafe here ( http://www.kstoolkit.org/The+World+Cafe )
Our Knowledge Cafe will be facilitated by the NSW KM Forum Committee.
Date: Thursday 7th June 2018
Time: 5.30pm networking for a 6.00pm start (finish at 7.30pm)
Venue: Level 1 Lawson Room, Sydney Mechanics School of Arts (SMSA), 280 Pitt Street, Sydney, 2000
Instructions: Feel free to contact Marie on[masked] if you can’t find the address or have any questions.
The event is free, however we ask for a small $10 donation at the door to cover venue costs, drinks and nibbles.
So join us to meet new colleagues from the Knowledge Management world, engage in stimulating conversation around the Cafe Topic, and socialise your learning over an EOFY drink or two if you wish while we’re there!
We look forward to seeing you then,
The NSW KM Forum Committee: Marie, Bobak, Camille, Kathryn and James