• The Future of Work - 8 Mega Trends

    Antares Solutions office

    The Future of Work - 8 Mega Trends Cindy Lenferna de la Motte from Colab4 will be presenting the 8 mega trends that are influencing the next horizon of people transformation globally. Her insights are informed by primary research her organisation has done combined with case studies from their global partners (Corporate Rebels from The Netherlands) She will take you on a journey exploring progressive organisations from around world based on the lessons of the Corporate Rebels - Joost Minnaar and Pim de Morree who traveled the world on a quest to discover new ideas and pioneer practices in the future of work. Over the last three years, they have researched and drawn insights from 100+ progressive organisations and leading thinkers, and she will share these learnings and practical examples with us. They found clear evidence that success for both companies and employees was possible through increased employee engagement, talent acquisition and retention as well as increased productivity and profitability. Cindy will share ways to improve your team’s or organisation’s way of working based on the "8 Corporate Rebels trends”. ********************* About our Speaker: Cindy Lenferna de la Motte, Co Founder, Co:Lab4 With over 25 years as a leader of people, Cindy offers a rare breadth of experience, depth of valuable networks, and wealth of knowledge. Highly experienced in business from founding and bootstrapping lucrative tech startups to leading end-to-end business across global corporates, Cindy’s constant is for business to have customer experience as its north star, and employee engagement at its heart. Cindy’s vision and understanding of ‘what is around the corner’, and the effects of working in the future, drives her purpose to effectively prepare and implement digital and growth strategies so that companies, and people can adapt to rapidly evolving market and customer expectations - in time. ********************* When: Thursday 29th August 2019 - from 5:30pm to 7:30 (After that, anyone interested can adjourn for further discussions and networking over drink or dinner at a bar nearby.) Time: Please arrive at 5:30 pm for a prompt at 6.00 pm start, concluding at 7.30 pm. After 6 you need to contact us to use lift. Where: Antares Solutions Company: Level 2, 52 Phillip Street, Sydney New South Wales 2000 https://antares.solutions/contact/ Attire: Business casual Arrival / Parking: Public Transport is the easiest with Martin Place or Circular Quay Station a 5-minute walk. Cost: Free - beverages plus chips and nibbles will be provided. Feel free to contact us on[masked] if you can't find the address or have a question. ****************** So come along to learn, discuss, network and socialise with like minded professionals. We look forward to seeing you there! NSW KM Forum www.nswkm.org

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  • The human side of KM - designing systems to support people and culture

    Knowledge management technologies there to enhance the capture corporate intelligence to drive efficiency and innovation, and support collaboration to enable great outcomes for customers. With the fabric and structure of the organisation changing and introduction of different ways of working (eg increase in remote work), it’s important to understand the needs of the people within the organisation (staff) and on the edge (partners) and customers who rely on corporate knowledge. Human-centred design offers an approach to designing solutions around the needs of these people, understanding their challenges through upfront research and directly involving them in the design of the solution. This session will include examples of how we have supported organisations to take a people-centred approach to successfully designing and implementing large-scale internal knowledge systems. Speaker: Karina Smith- Principal at Meld Studios, has over 20 years of experience using the design process to untangle complex problems of the world we live, helping businesses to build deep empathy with their customers and deliver solutions that make people’s lives easier and lovelier. +61 (0)[masked] [masked] LinkedIn: au.linkedin.com/pub/karina-smith/0/a01/645/ twitter: @kreategirl skype: kreategirl http://www.meldstudios.com.au/about/karina/ When: Tuesday 16 of Apr 2019- from 5:30pm to 7:30 (After that, anyone interested can then adjourn for further discussions and networking over drink or dinner at a bar nearby.) Time: Please arrive at 5:30 pm for a prompt at 6.00 pm start, concluding at 7.30 pm. After 6 you need to contact us to use lift. Where: Antares Solutions Company: Level 2, 52 Phillip Street, Sydney New South Wales 2000 https://antares.solutions/contact/ Attire: Business casual Arrival / Parking: Public Transport is the easiest with Martin Place or Circular Quay Station a 5-minute walk. Cost: Free - beverage plus chips and nibbles will be provided. Feel free to contact us on[masked] if you can't find the address or have a question. NSW KM Forum www.nswkm.org

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  • Knowledge Management, Innovation and Digital Workplace

    Antares Solutions office

    We are going to explore the current trends in Modern Workplace technology in engaging and collaborating with people, getting to know how to become "Connected Manager" through KM, and reviewing some steps in how Knowledge Management leaders can drive an innovative organisation. In the end, we have 30 mins Q&A to answer your questions. Topic A: Modern Workplace - 15 min An overview of the 6 Key Trends in the Modern Workplace and a dive into the role of AI and Bots in engaging and collaborating with people trends the UNSW case study. Speaker: Max McNamara - Business&Technology Consultant at Antares Topic B: Connected Manager - 15 min Today, managers face the tough challenge of balancing customer, employee and digital experience. Teams and tools are becoming more important for the delivery of projects and everyday objectives. A ‘connected manager’ has a well defined understanding of self, teams and how to leverage technology ensuring both high performance and financial outcomes. The glue to hold these diverse priorities is knowledge management; how to capture and share relevant knowledge to everyone every day when needed. This presentation will outline practical tools and tips to become a successful ‘connected manager’ Speaker: Allan Ryan - Founder and Executive Director of Hargraves Institute Topic C: A Golden Opportunity: How Knowledge Management Leaders Can Drive An Innovative Organisation - 15 mins With the 4th Industrial revolution being driven by knowledge workers, KM professionals are in a position to help reform and enhance their organisations to thrive within this new environment. Within this session, Anthony will review some steps KM leaders have taken, or should take to play a more active leadership role going forward. Speaker: Anthony Ferrier - COO and Co-Founder of ExOxo Q&A and Panel discussion - 30 mins ************************************************************* About the Speakers: Max McNamara - https://antares.solutions/our-people/max-mcnamara/ As Practice Manager, Max is a pragmatic Business and Technology Consultant. Max’s business background means his focus is on helping customers through their digital transformation journey. As a leader for our Modern Workplace and Custom Applications Practices, Max works with both our teams and our customer to solve their unique business problems with best of breed Microsoft cloud technology solutions. Max has worked with a range of organisations, including those in Financial Services, Health, Retail, Government and the Not-for-Profit sectors. Allan Ryan- https://www.hargraves.com.au/dt_team/allan-ryan/ Allan is an educator, facilitator and coach who enables organisations and leaders of organisations to deliver real competitive advantage through innovation Anthony Ferrier - https://www.linkedin.com/in/anthonyferrier/ Anthony is a well-regarded executive, advisor and thought leader on corporate innovation, with a focus on employee engagement and capability building. He advises companies on how to thrive in an exponential world, by developing appropriate strategic frameworks to enhance cultures that encourage the development of new ideas. Anthony is a widely-read author, speaker and advisor to organizations such as Bristol-Myers Squibb, Fidelity Investments, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, ADP and USAA. He previously led The Bank of New York Mellon innovation program and currently is the Advisory Board Chair for Swinburne University’s Center of the New Workforce. ************************************************************* Time: Please arrive at 5:30 pm for a prompt 6.00 pm start, concluding at 7.30 pm. Cost: Free - beverage plus chips and nibbles are provided. After that, anyone interested can then adjourn for further discussions and networking over drink or dinner at a bar nearby. Feel free to contact Bobak Zamani on[masked] if you can't find the address or have a question NSW KM Forum team

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  • KM Conversation Dinner

    The Palace Hotel

    "Conversation is a meeting of minds with different memories and habits. When two minds meet, they don't just exchange facts: they transform them, reshape them, draw different implications from them, and engage in new trains of thought. Conversation doesn't just reshuffle the cards: it creates new cards." Theodore Zeldin (b. 1933) Historian & Author You are invited to sit down at a table across from (potentially!) complete strangers, and are each handed a dinner menu. It lists courses from Entrees, Main Meals, to Desserts - but instead of culinary dishes the menu proposes topics of conversation related to the world of Knowledge Management. The conversation menu presents an array of stimulating, thought-provoking topics covering a wide range of Knowledge Management topics. You and your dinner partners, your ‘muses,’ are ready to discuss and explore each of these questions throughout the meal at your own pace - it depends on mutual open-mindedness and willingness to share. By the end of the meal, you may have gotten to know a stranger very well, and developed new ideas and perceptions around different elements of Knowledge Management. Perhaps even co-created something innovative! Whether you believe you have something to share or something to learn - open conversations are always mutually beneficial where everyone walks away with some new knowledge. This is the gist of a Conversation Dinner, a concept conceived by a man named Theodore Zeldin from The Oxford Muse Foundation. https://www.oxfordmuse.com/?q=conversation-dinners#conversation-menu ******************************** This event is free, however please RSVP so we know how many people to book tables for. Then you simply turn up and join us at our tables. You can buy whatever you'd like to eat or drink at the bistro bar and enjoy the stimulation of our first KM Conversation Dinner. If you have trouble finding us call either Bobak [masked]) or Marie [masked]) ******************************** Here is a copy of our Conversation Menu for the evening: Entrée · Share your earlier memory in KM. · What is your area of interest/practice in KM and why? Main Meal · Global KM Community - what is happening globally in KM? · KM Standard ISO 9001 - should we know about this? · KM for Innovation - how does that happen? · What is the role and value of technology in KM? · What is a Learning Organisation and how does it fit with KM? Desert · What is the role of Working Out Loud in knowledge sharing? · What do you think the biggest asset for KM right now?

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  • KM Case Study: Transport for NSW

    Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts (SMSA)

    KM Case Study: Transport for NSW Why and What: What is knowledge management like in a complex engineering business where it has a responsibility as a client to assure that the transport construction is fit for purpose? This case study is about how Asset Standards Authority within Transport for NSW has implemented and embedded knowledge management within the business and what are the key lessons learnt. Asset Standards Authority is an independent body which develops technical network standards across multiple transport modes including heavy rail, light rail, buses and maritime. It is a requirement for all contractors to adhere to our network standards when configuring infrastructure assets. The business recognises that is running a knowledge based business as a steward of engineering assurance for all activities on infrastructure assets, as well as being a requirement to be certified an ISO9001:2015 business. In this case study, it will cover: • How to sell the benefits of knowledge management to an organisation that is relatively immature in its understandings • The roadmap in implementing and embedding knowledge management • The knowledge management lifecycle and alignment with relevant ISO standards • Key successes and lessons learnt from the journey When: Please arrive at 5:30 pm for a prompt at 6.00 pm start, concluding at 7.30 pm. (After that, anyone interested can then adjourn for further discussions and networking over drink or dinner at a bar nearby.) Where: Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts - Level 1, 280 Pitt Street, Sydney NSW 2000 (Lawson room) Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/8AUBEXwJJmo Who should attend: Business managers, Record Information and Knowledge Management practitioners, Innovation Managers, Business Consultants, Operational and Technical managers, Learning and development practitioners and whoever interested in the topic… Cost: Attendance at meetings usually requires a small donation to cover hiring venue, drinks and nibbles. Wine, juice and dips will be provided. About the presenter: Christopher Kim is a Knowledge Specialist in Asset Standards Authority and is a key Subject Matter Expert on knowledge management for Transport for NSW. He has a background in information records management and worked in the private sector, non-for profit and government organisations. His interest is in how to facilitate knowledge sharing in a complex engineering environment especially in an environment where the transport sector is undergoing significant construction activities

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  • Stretch your mind and expand your vision - Demystifying Quantum Computing

    Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts (SMSA)

    Stretching the mind and expanding your vision enhances innovation and productivity, optimises the way the mind functions, and alleviates mental blocks. Quantum computing will revolutionise the way we manage data, information, and more likely knowledge, in the near future. It is anticipated that, within a few years, well-controlled quantum systems may be able to perform certain complex tasks, solve complicated & complex problems such as chemical and mathematical problems, simulate probabilistic phenomena, handle analytics, deal with predictive analytics, process big data, modelling complex processes, etc, much faster than our conventional computers can even scratch the surface of now. In existing computing, a bit is a single piece of information that can exist in two states – 1 or 0. Quantum computing uses quantum bits, or 'qubits' instead. Quantum computing takes advantage of the strange ability of subatomic particles to exist in more than one state at any time. Due to the way the tiniest of particles behave, operations can be done much more quickly and use less energy than when done with classical computers. It would surpass the abilities of conventional managing data and information methods, techniques, and solutions. But the quantum future isn't going to come easily, and there's no knowing what it'll look like when it does arrive. At the moment, companies such as Google and IBM, and researchers are using a handful of different approaches to make quantum computing happen. Here's everything you need to know about the coming quantum revolution. • What is quantum computing? • What do you need to know about it? • How will it transform the economy and your business? • How can KM help Quantum researchers? Dr Peter Rohde, Senior Lecturer in the Centre for Quantum Software & Information at UTS, will address these questions in a completely non-technical manner, giving you the insights you need to understand the relevance of this future technology. He will explain the basic concepts of quantum computing for the lay audience, and focus especially on the implications and consequences of this technology. He will discuss in particular implications for knowledge management, as well as the unique knowledge management challenges that his field of research faces. Peter is open to learn as much from you as you do from him, so please feel free to come along to learn and discuss our future in Quantum Computing and how KM can help the current quantum computing challenges that researchers are facing. About the presenter: Dr Peter Rohde is ARC Future Fellow and Senior Lecturer in the Centre for Quantum Software & Information at the University of Technology Sydney. He is a world-leading researcher in optical quantum computing, also conducting research in quantum cryptography, metrology, measurement and optical state preparation. He is currently involved in China’s world-first quantum satellite program, which successfully demonstrated quantum cryptography over several thousand kilometres via satellite. He has published over 60 papers and received over 1,300 citations for his work. http://www.peterrohde.org https://www.uts.edu.au/staff/peter.rohde Who should attend: Business managers, Information and Knowledge Management practitioners, Innovation Managers, Business Consultants, Data Scientists, IT Professionals and Researchers. Please note, attendance at meetings usually requires a small donation to cover hiring venue, drinks and nibbles. Session format: · 1 hour presentation · 30 mins Discussion (After that, anyone interested can then adjourn for further discussions and networking over drink or dinner at a bar nearby.) Fee free to ask or contact for any question on[masked] or via [masked] Bobak

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  • Demystifying the hackathon workshop

    Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts (SMSA)

    Demystifying the hackathon workshop This 1.5 hours workshop is a great opportunity for you to learn and experience what it takes to organise a corporate hackathon and how hackathons can be a source of new knowledge. After the interactive educational session, we will get to experience our own KM hackathon in a collaborative, energised and fun-loaded environment. About Topic: Demystifying the hackathon The “hackathon” has become one of the latest vogue terms in business. Typically used in reference to innovation. Hackathons aren’t just for start-ups. They can play a valuable role in accelerating the digital transformation and innovation of large organisations. Hackathons characteristics are • Centered on the customer • Deeply cross-functional • Starting from scratch • Concrete and focused on output • Iterative and continuous A good hackathon session takes 24 hours. A 24-hour hackathon differs from more established brainstorming sessions in that it is all about results and jump-starting a way of working, not just idea generation. About the presenter: Jens Pistorius (https://www.incepto.com.au/jenspistorius) is Managing Director at Incepto and principal consultant for Intelligent Process Automation (IPA). He brings together the best of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotic Process Automation (RPA) to help organisations improving their business processes. Jens has worked for market leading firms in Frankfurt, New York, Montreal, Luxembourg and Sydney which allowed him to acquire a wealth of business knowledge as well as expertise in IT and process design. He is really passionate about innovation, entrepreneurship and knowledge sharing which led him to found the boutique consultancy firm Incepto. He presented the workshop at Sydney PMI members on 15 Mar 18 (https://pmisydney.org/events/evening/chapter-event-15-mar-2018-hackathon-hacking-your-way-to-innovation). Cost: Attendance at meetings usually requires a small donation to cover hiring venue, drinks and nibbles. We look forward to seeing you. Bobak Zamani NSW Knowledge Management Forum [masked] [masked] www.nswkm.org

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  • Innovative Knowledge Series: Improving Cognitive Diversity in problem solving

    "Improving Cognitive Diversity in problem solving" Discussing creative problem solving - using crowd sourcing and human engagement principles to drive a positive change and unlock the people potential in organisations. Our speaker, Cindy Lenferna de la Motte is the Managing Director and Founder of Ikabo. She has breadth of business, digital and innovation experience across industries such as FMCG, Government and Higher Education. Cindy’s purpose is to humanise and innovate workplaces and enable people to engage and drive positive change - in order to compete and drive long term prosperity in Australia. Ikabo (www.ikabo.com) is a technology company who’s purpose is to unlock the people potential in order to drive competitive advantage. Also, Ikabo is an online platform that has systemised creative problem solving. Agenda: - Introduction 10 mins - 50 Mins Discussing Creative problem solving - 30 mins Q&A and Conversation Please note, the front doors lock at 5.30pm. If you come later please text me on[masked] to take you inside. Bobak

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  • The Future of Knowledge Management - Panel Discussion

    Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts

    A$15.00

    For the first time, NSW KM Forum is assembling a panel of KM thought-Leaders from AU, UK and USA for an online PANEL DISCUSSION about the current and future of KM. The purpose of the KM panel discussion is to bring together KM & innovation practitioners, researchers and business people to see three viewpoints of the KM current and the future of KM followed by Q&A. Our Panellists are: · Arthur Shelley - AU, Melbourne · Ron Young - UK, Cambridge · Stan Garfield - USA, Michigan Questions to the panel: · What are the current KM challenges? · The Future of Knowledge Management. Innovation, Technology, new trends, etc …. · Your questions (Q&A) • What to bring: Please bring your own coffee/tea or breakfast as we provide Muffins. • Important to know The location is available from 7 AM to 9 AM. For those who can't attend, join online via Skype, Just follow this link https://meet.lync.com/lifeofthought/bobak/5VMRL7ML Feel free to contact me on[masked] or [masked] if you have any question or comment. Bobak NSW KM Forum www.nswkm.org ******************** About our speakers *********************** A) Dr Arthur Shelley - Australia, Melbourne Dr Arthur Shelley is an independent educator and capability development consultant with over 30 years professional experience across Asia Pacific, Europe, the Americas and the Middle East. He has facilitated workshops with organisations such as NASA, Cirque du Soleil, World Bank, Cadbury, Singapore government agencies and Universities. Arthur is the author of three Knowledge books and a contributor to several others and also to journal articles. https://www.linkedin.com/in/arthurshelley/ · Producer: Creative Melbourne · Author: KNOWledge SUCCESSion · Principal: www.IntelligentAnswers.com.au · Founder: Organizational Zoo Ambassadors Network · www.organizationalzoo.com B) Ron Young - UK, Cambridge Ron Young is the founder of Knowledge Associates Cambridge Ltd, a knowledge asset management consulting and solutions company based at St Johns Innovation Centre, Cambridge U.K. He is acknowledged as a leading international expert and thought leader in strategic knowledge management and innovation. He specialises in knowledge driven results for organisations. He advised and assisted the UK DTI Innovation Unit in 1999 in the production of the UK Government White Paper ‘UK Competitiveness in the Knowledge Driven Economy’. He regularly provides keynote presentations and workshops at leading knowledge management & innovation conferences around the world. https://www.linkedin.com/in/ron-young-7ab3196/ C) Stan Garfield - USA, Michigan Stan Garfield is a knowledge management author, speaker, and community leader based in Northville, Michigan. He has worked in the field of knowledge management for over 20 years. Stan spent 8 years at Deloitte leading communities and enterprise social networking. Prior to that, he spent 25 years at HP, Compaq, and Digital Equipment Corporation. Stan launched Digital's first knowledge management program in 1996, helped develop the corporate KM strategy for Compaq, and led the Worldwide Consulting & Integration Knowledge Management Program for HP. He also worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers, St. Louis University School of Medicine, and Washington University School of Medicine. · Stan’s Knowledge Management Site: http://sites.google.com/site/stangarfield/ · Stan’s LinkedIn Profile: http://www.linkedin.com/in/stangarfield/ · Stan’s LinkedIn Posts: https://www.linkedin.com/today/author/stangarfield · Stan’s Quora Answers and Posts: https://www.quora.com/profile/Stan-Garfield · Stan’s Twitter Feed: http://twitter.com/stangarfield Books: · Implementing a Successful KM Program (2007) · Successful Knowledge Leadership: Principles and Practice (2013) · Gaining Buy-in for KM (2014), Chapter 2: Obtaining support for KM: The ten commitments · Measuring the ROI of Knowledge Management (2016) · Proven Practices for Promoting a Knowledge Management Program (2017)

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