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Knowledge Management (pt3) Matt Moore

Posted in POV with tags on May 7, 2009 by re: turn on

Social media has had a profound impact on the way we communicate and network, but nothing will replace the tangible world beyond the cave wall shadows online. Forums and conferences are vital means of information dissemination and people provocation. But how does old-fashioned speaking in front of a crowd remain current with online convenience and expedience? The NSW Knowledge Management Forums discuss.

Matt Moore consults to companies on how to better facilitate the collaboration between staff and productivity of their workflow. He is also a co-founder of Interesting South, an “unconference” celebrating knowledge and curiosity. Matt understands the dynamics by which ideas are exchanged and the importance of feedback, even if criticism stings a bit…

Knowledge Management (pt2) Katie Chatfield

Posted in POV on May 4, 2009 by re: turn on

Social media has had a profound impact on the way we communicate and network, but nothing will replace the tangible world beyond the cave wall shadows online. Forums and conferences are vital means of information dissemination and people provocation. But how does old-fashioned speaking in front of a crowd remain current with online convenience and expedience? The NSW Knowledge Management Forums discuss.

Katie Chatfield is a digital strategist and co-founder of Interesting South, an “unconference” celebrating knowledge and curiosity. With her experience in front of and within conference audiences, Katie suggests that conferences can be more engaging if speakers told a story instead of merely presenting facts and if they interact with an audience empowered to participate.

Knowledge Management (pt1) Jye Smith

Posted in POV with tags on May 1, 2009 by re: turn on

Social media has had a profound impact on the way we communicate and network, but nothing will replace the tangible world beyond the cave wall shadows online. Forums and conferences are vital means of information dissemination and people provocation. But how does old-fashioned speaking in front of a crowd remain current with online convenience and expedience? The NSW Knowledge Management Forums discuss.

We’ve all sat through interminable infogurgitation of dry facts and figures. Jye Smith is a Social Media strategist and metal head of the first order, who suggests that conferences could take tips from live music in engaging audiences.