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Saturday 10 November, 2018
Fireside Chat with Compuware CEO Chris O'Malley
This is a captivating interview with Compuware CEO and President, Chris O’Malley. It’s 37 minutes, but if you work with enterprise IT, this is essential viewing. It’s not about knowledge management, it’s about devops, but it describes how executives and boards think and is critical insight for positioning the purpose of changes you’re proposing, whether it’s changes to technical services in response to digital transformation like this one is, or whether you’re fighting the good fight for knowledge management.
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3 steps to using knowledge management strategically, not tactically
Knowledge management is most often employed at the ground levels. This post from Nick Milton explains how to pull KM up to a strategic level, which drives much bigger wins for the organisation as a whole.
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8 classic storytelling techniques for engaging presentations

Storytelling is something we all need to do as knowledge managers. Whether it’s selling the dream or recapping reality, making your message engaging is super important. This old post resurfaced recently, giving you 8 techniques to help you be heard and remembered.

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You can still register for the AusKM conference, in Melbourne next Tuesday and Wednesday. Hear more about the recently released Standard and connect with a broad range of KM expertise in one place.

Register here

From Knowledge Bird HQ

Open now. This inaugural Knowledge Management Career Survey aims to research the activities and career path of those who perform knowledge management work within Australia and New Zealand, regardless of whether the organisation is local or global. Because of the multidisciplinary nature of knowledge management, those people who choose to specialise in it can find it challenging to find the roles that would further their work in this area. For employers, it can be difficult to list openings for knowledge management roles when limited to a simple job title. I’ve put this survey together to begin to fix that, so that we, as a collective can work towards a common lexicon of roles and typical responsibilities, and to grow awareness of how significant knowledge management is becoming, while artificial intelligence and the application of machine learning is still in its infancy.

If you have 10 minutes and you work primarily from Australia or New Zealand, please share what your career path and position looks like, so that I can represent you in the big picture of our knowledge management discipline.
 ANZ Knowledge management career survey 2019
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