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January 13 2021

Organisations are complex. Sometimes it’s possible to “hold a different perspective”, and sometimes we flat out lie to ourselves.
Matt Moore joins us live from Sydney, Australia where he’ll present the top 5 lies we tell ourselves in organisations.
Matt is a long time Knowledge Management guru. He earned his undergrad at Cambridge and he’s been published dozens of times. Most of all, he’s a lively character.
As always, we’ll follow the Gurteen Knowledge Café format, although the 15-minute “presentation” at the beginning will be slightly different this time. We’ll set it up as a bit of an interview between Matt, myself and everyone. Then, we’ll shift into our standard 3 rounds of small group conversation. We’ll close with a full group discussion.
This event starts at 4:00 pm (EDT).
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OAS KM Group
December 17 2020
OAS KM Group
December 03 2020 to December 04 2020

Discussion led by PAHO's Knowledge Management Unit. 
They will focus on DIgital Transformation, addressing the following aspects:

  • Understanding the Digital Transformation
  • How the Digital Transformation is shaping the agenda of our organizations
  • The role of Knowledge Mangamente and Knolwedge Sharing

The event will take place via Zoom.
Link will be shared shortly.

OAS KM Group
September 03 2020 to September 04 2020
OAS KM Group
August 17 2020
Webex
United States

A Webex invitation will be sent to convene this meeting.

OAS KM Group
August 13 2020 to August 14 2020
Webex
United States
OAS KM Group
August 13 2020 to August 14 2020
Webex
United States
OAS KM Group
August 12 2020

The future of STEM innovation relies heavily on core competencies around diversity and inclusion. However, institutional knowledge gaps in the startup space exacerbate a need to build a more equitable landscape of opportunities for diverse and underserved innovators and communities. Come see and discuss a platform supported by analytics and AI technology to lower cognitive biases in capital fundraising by focusing on KM metrics and frameworks around proven success indicators creating a more equitable and psychologically safe innovation network.
This free and virtual knoweldge cafe will be facilitated by Ariana Abramson. Ariana is a social entrepreneur, STEM Diversity and Inclusion Consultant, and Author. She is the CEO and Founder of RevSTEM, a Diversity and Inclusion Platform focusing on the Future of STEM work. As a second-generation Latina woman, Ariana is dedicated to solving problems impacting predominantly women and disadvantaged communities. She has worked with large enterprises, venture capital funds, and social-mission based organizations. Her portfolio of companies includes American Express, The United Nations Development Programme, Digital Undivided, and Antler Global VC Fund.

OAS KM Group
August 12 2020 to August 13 2020

Buckle up and get ready for an inspiring, thought provoking, high energy ride that will help you understand the Knowledge Imperative in today’s fast moving business environment. Changes in the nature of work, the workplace and worker expectation are explored and explained in a fun, creative, interactive way that will show you how to embrace and exploit this time of exponential shifts.
This webinar is ideal for Knowledge Managers or Knowledge Leaders who are looking to create the continuously learning organisation based around an open, transparent collaboration culture.
Hosted by KMI Instructor and Social KM Expert, Rooven Pakkiri.
To register:

OAS KM Group
July 30 2020

Meeting to follow-up on the next steps discussed in previous meeting.

OAS KM Group
July 29 2020 to July 30 2020

During this webinar you will deepen your appreciation for the extraordinary but underutilized power of conversation. We can all lead a conversational approach to the way in which we live and work together in a complex world. You will learn about the five fundamental principles of Conversational Leadership. Those principles are embracing complexity thinking, taking responsibility, becoming a leader, conversing effectively and building community.
Could Conversational Leadership be one of the future of KM? If KM started with a focus on Information Management, then added Experience Management and Idea Management, could it be helpful to look at how those conversations happen? Could we improve the flow of knowledge by improving our conversations? How effectively does tacit knowledge currently move in your conversations?
This will be an interaction session where we offer some content and an exercise, then we'll practice in small groups. Excited to have you join and contribute to the emergence of Conversational Leadership!
Featuring KMI Instructor John Hovell and KM Leader, Donita Volkwijn.

OAS KM Group
July 14 2020

Join Santhosh Shekar, one of the first few accredited ISO 30401 Knowledge Management (KM) auditors/certifiers, as he shares his perspectives on the new international KM standard. Santhosh is a KM Architect inside a large organization. He’ll be able to discuss how the standard might bring KM into the mainstream business world by providing a standard reference model for professionals and organisations. We’ll discuss how this standard could be seen as stepping stone in establishing KM as a distinct discipline, as well as how it could support a long term KM career path and growth.
Knowledge café is hosted by John Hovell. It starts at 12:00 pm EDT. 

OAS KM Group
June 30 2020 to July 01 2020

This webinar focuses on the extraordinary but underutilized power of conversation. In this webinar, participants will learn about the five fundamental principles of Conversational Leadership. Those principles are embracing complexity thinking, taking responsibility, becoming a leader, conversing effectively and building community.
Could Conversational Leadership be one of the future of KM? If KM started with a focus on Information Management, then added Experience Management and Idea Management, could it be helpful to look at how those conversations happen? Could we improve the flow of knowledge by improving our conversations? How effectively does tacit knowledge currently move in your conversations?
Hosts: John Hovell and Donita Volkwijn
To register:

OAS KM Group
June 11 2020

Reunión de balance sobre experiencias y lecciones aprendidas desde la perspectiva de KM en el marco del COVID-19, y planificación de próximos pasos.

OAS KM Group