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September 2016

Play the Bird Island game: a knowledge management simulation

September 19, 2016 @ 8:30 am - 1:00 pm UTC+0
ATS, -29.838175, 31.015347
Durban, Kwazulu Natal South Africa
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Engaging people in the value that Knowledge Management can bring is a perennial problem. Be part of the Bird Island Simulation to show the value of KM. How do you turn sceptics into believers? Simply, you allow them to experience the value that KM can bring, through an interactive, measurable and fun way. Special launch price of R650.00 (excl VAT) per person. Limited places available. Book now to be part of this! Light lunch will be served.

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October 2016

ISO 9001 (2015) and ISO for KM? What is in it for KM?

October 26, 2016 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm UTC+0

The KM Community is looking in anticipation at the progress of  the publication of a set of KM Standards by ISO. Various meetings and deliberations are taking place across the globe discussing KM Standards. In South Africa, a KM Standards Committee (TC 170) has been established and they are currently busy to finalise the Strategic Business Plan that will guide the process going forward. For the first time globally, KM can now officially claim compliance and mandatory relevance with the…

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November 2016

Looking EAST with personas to identify fresh ideas for improving knowledge cultures

November 23, 2016 @ 8:00 am - 1:30 pm UTC+0
Pretoria,

We all know the importance of a positive knowledge culture. You can have the best systems, the best practices, and the best processes but in the end it is the people that do Knowledge Management - create, capture, access, use and share knowledge You are invited to join our next Knowledge Hangout where  we will identify typical pro- and anti-behavioral patterns when it comes to Knowledge Management and Organisational Learning in our organisations. We will learn how to synthesise our…

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January 2017

Goal Mapping – using words and imagery for goal setting

January 25 @ 8:00 am - 1:30 pm UTC+0
Pretoria, South Africa

How to turn your dreams into realities – based on the incredible work of Brian Mayne, who walked the walk and talked the talk. Goals are the sparks that light the fire of our intention. They are the fuel that keeps our dreams alive, the determining factor that makes the difference between surrender and persistence! Where traditional goal setting techniques focus on left-brain words, only using endless repetition. Goal Mapping uses words and imagery - the language of the subconcious.…

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