KM & Collaboration Tweets

21 - 23 July 2010, Sydney Australia Tweets begin at the bottom of the page visit #kmasia on 23 - 25 November for this live twitter feed

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helmitch RT @helmitch #kmaus10 'knowledge managers' becoming 'community leaders' and facilitating the value of connection + KS less than 20 seconds ago via web Reply Retweet 2. Metaphorage

Howard Hill #KMaus10 despite improvements, tools not ready to do our jobs for us yet, people still the key. less than 20 seconds ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 3. p0lygl0tt

#kmaus10 Standardisation of RSS feeds and smart searches hugely important for intranet dashboards half a minute ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 4. helmitch

#kmaus10 'knowledge managers' becoming 'community leaders' and facilitating the value of connection + KS 1 minute ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 5. DeltaKnowledge

Howard Hill #kmaus10 Lots of people here at the conference are using Sharepoint - maybe 60%? 2 minutes ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet

6. p0lygl0tt

#kmaus10 People with communications and technical skills will be increasingly needed to keep the KM enterprise communities cohesive. 2 minutes ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 7. michellelamb

RT @miladyred: Google Scholar proving hugely threatening to publishers, particularly in research fields such as law #kmaus10 2 minutes ago via HootSuite Reply Retweet 8. DeltaKnowledge

Howard Hill #kmaus10 Can we all retire and let the machines take over? Heck NO!! Just do the dirty work for me so I can be creative! 2 minutes ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 9. Metaphorage

Howard Hill #KMaus10 people now ask for evidence that you "know" rather than just seeking your advice. Alerts and searches provide evidence 3 minutes ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 10. BigDavieB

I don't work for either Microsoft nor IBM. Technology isn't the point. Focus less on brands more on function & benefits #KMAus10 3 minutes ago via Twitterrific Reply Retweet 11. p0lygl0tt

#kmaus10 "How do you know the right people are aware of legal and regulatory changes?" KM to replace constant flow of business memos! 4 minutes ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 12. meretajma

Robust KM more important than ever in heavily regulated industries #KMAus10 4 minutes ago via web Reply Retweet

13. Metaphorage

Howard Hill #KMaus10 everyone is a researcher now - we are all involved on discovering new information, laws, requirements (evidence) 4 minutes ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 14. explodedlibrary

Google news - I like the timeline feature to see coverage of a story visually #KMAus10 5 minutes ago via Twitter for iPhone from here Reply Retweet 15. p0lygl0tt

#kmaus10 This year, Google will introduce 550 or so improvements to its fabled algorithm. Let's see these improvements to search in KM too! 6 minutes ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 16. miladyred

Google Scholar proving hugely threatening to publishers, particularly in research fields such as law #kmaus10 6 minutes ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 17. Metaphorage

Howard Hill #KMaus10 Google introducing 550 improvements into algorithms this year- not resting on laurels, continuing to enhance 6 minutes ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 18. lukegrange

Enterprise search WestLaw Next will build value relevance of documents within a doc corpus if printed/emailed/clicked etc #kmaus10 7 minutes ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 19. BigDavieB

LotusLive probably would not be accepted at present in the financial services industry however #KMAus10 7 minutes ago via Twitterrific Reply Retweet

20. meretajma

Westlaw- legal online search tool in US adding value to end users #KMAus10 8 minutes ago via web Reply Retweet 1. BigDavieB

LotusLive offers a very similar set of social networking and mashup features to what Howard is talking about #KMAus10 11 minutes ago via Twitterrific Reply Retweet 2. HireSharePoint

SharePoint enabling organisations "introduces ready for prime time" organisational collaboration. #KMAus10 11 minutes ago via twitterfeed Reply Retweet 3. HireSharePoint

Howard Hill #KMaus10 happy about what they can do/achieve with Sharepoint- something against the general trend. 11 minutes ago via twitterfeed Reply Retweet 4. HireSharePoint

Howard Hill #kmaus10 AMEX's view: Sharepoint is becoming more robust. 11 minutes ago via twitterfeed Reply Retweet 5. HireSharePoint

Sharepoint 2010 comes with some cool features for using social networking approaches for KM, will be implemented by AMEX for 65000 #kmaus10 11 minutes ago via twitterfeed Reply Retweet 6. p0lygl0tt

#kmaus10 For KM/DM to continue to be relevant, it MUST offer "really smart search"! 11 minutes ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet

7. miladyred

Facebook interesting lessons not just re posting content but how different people process content, what lessons apply for your org? #kmaus10 18 minutes ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweeted (Undo) 2 Retweets 8. Metaphorage

Howard Hill #KMaus10 sharing our perspectives through social media enables us to understand each other more, leading to better relationships 17 minutes ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweeted (Undo) 2 Retweets 9. DeltaKnowledge

Howard Hill #kmaus10 Westlaw Next is using really good smarts to compete against Google Search in the Legal space. 11 minutes ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 10. markjburnard

Sharepoint 2010 comes with some cool features for using social networking approaches for KM, will be implemented by AMEX for 65000 #kmaus10 15 minutes ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 11. DeltaKnowledge

Howard Hill #kmaus10 Not sure if Dashboards are the new Intranet though :-( 13 minutes ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 12. DeltaKnowledge

Howard Hill #kmaus10 Dashboards, pulling info from multiple datasets to allow people instant awareness of the company is big. 13 minutes ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 13. markjburnard

Sharepoint 2010 comes with some cool features for using social networking approaches for KM, will be implemented by AMEX for 65000 #kmaus10 15 minutes ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 1 Retweet

14. DeltaKnowledge

Howard Hill #kmaus10 AMEX's view: Sharepoint is becoming more robust. 15 minutes ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 15. p0lygl0tt

#kmaus10 Are Dashboards presenting a consolidated view of important information the new intranets? 16 minutes ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 16. Metaphorage

Howard Hill #KMaus10 happy about what they can do/achieve with Sharepoint- something against the general trend. 16 minutes ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 17. meretajma

Are dashboards the new intranet? Question posed by Howard J Hill at #KMAus10 16 minutes ago via web Reply Retweet 18. meretajma

SharePoint enabling organisations "introduces ready for prime time" organisational collaboration. #KMAus10 16 minutes ago via web Reply Retweet 19. Metaphorage

Howard Hill #KMaus10 sharing our perspectives through social media enables us to understand each other more, leading to better relationships 17 minutes ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweeted (Undo) 2 Retweets 20. jessicacarlin

Blogs make intranets more dynamic #kmaus10

1. helmitch

#kmaus10 blogs show people's personality + thinking - connections with people beyond the formal. Good 4 snr mgt. 18 minutes ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 2. miladyred

Facebook interesting lessons not just re posting content but how different people process content, what lessons apply for your org? #kmaus10 18 minutes ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweeted (Undo) 2 Retweets 3. GMountain

#kmaus10 Can we have too many connections? Does the signal/noise ratio eventually make networks "congested" or inefficient? 19 minutes ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 4. DeltaKnowledge

Howard Hill #kmaus10 Constantly rethink how the concept of User Generated Content can be applied to your business units. Distribute the load 21 minutes ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 2 Retweets 5. p0lygl0tt

#kmaus10 connections and people matter more than fiercely maintained content libraries 19 minutes ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 6. DeltaKnowledge

Howard Hill #kmaus10 The key question beyond tech tools is "How do we connect people with the person who knows what they need to know?" 19 minutes ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 7. BigDavieB

Do enterprises need to create profile pages for finding experts within the org? Could they just harness LinkedIn? #KMAus10 19 minutes ago via Twitterrific Reply Retweet

8. llocklee

#kmaus10 Amex likes sharepoint as integrated social media platform 20 minutes ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 9. DeltaKnowledge

Howard Hill #kmaus10 Simple things like a favourite button in a search tool can help good documents rise to the top of search queries 20 minutes ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 10. helmitch

#kmaus10 social networking + collaboration (intranet platform rather than single tools) the new normal. 20 minutes ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 11. DeltaKnowledge

Howard Hill #kmaus10 Constantly rethink how the concept of User Generated Content can be applied to your business units. Distribute the load 21 minutes ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 2 Retweets 12. p0lygl0tt

#kmaus10 trending: ratings to force important content to the top of wikis and KM system (Facebook "like"-style) 21 minutes ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 13. DeltaKnowledge

Howard Hill #kmaus10 Constantly rethink how the concept of User Generated Content can be applied to your business units. Distribute the load 21 minutes ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 2 Retweets 14. markjburnard

#kmaus10 - Facebook is actually a type of knowledge sharing / experience sharing. What can we learn from it and its take-up rate? 22 minutes ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet

15. DeltaKnowledge

Howard Hill #kmaus10 The move in focus is away from one-trick ponies. Blogs, wikis, forums alone cannot meet all org communications needs 22 minutes ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 16. p0lygl0tt

#kmaus10 Collaboration's time has come! YES! 25 minutes ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 17. Metaphorage

Howard Hill #KMaus10 everyone now seems to be involved in creating content through social tools. Connections rapidly touching all. 23 minutes ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 18. lukegrange

If you had one question you would ask a Knowledge Management practitioner send it#KMaus10 we are collating and will post the answer. 39 minutes ago via Twitterrific to Reply Retweet 2 Retweets 19. DeltaKnowledge

Howard Hill #kmaus10 Facebook is involving millions of everyday people and taking down barriers to E2.0 adoption. Its just normal 24 minutes ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 20. meretajma

facebook- everyone contributing to a very structured environment. Could be a good pointer for business collaboration #KMAus10 24 minutes ago via web

1. p0lygl0tt

#kmaus10 Collaboration's time has come! YES! 25 minutes ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 1 Retweet

2. Metaphorage

Howard Hill #KMaus10 2010 in tags: enterprise, communities, privacy, regulatory burdens, smart search, collaboration (and a few more) 26 minutes ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 3. DeltaKnowledge

Check out the network map of conference attendees at #kmaus10 http://www.optimice.com.au/kmaustralia.php #KMdating :-) 26 minutes ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 4. miladyred

Interesting point re id photos - people resist being forced to display their security pass, will happily post happy snaps online #kmaus10 26 minutes ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 5. DeltaKnowledge

Howard Hill #kmaus10 With 65,000 employees, it just takes a few people saying the wrong thing...but it hasn't happenned yet 27 minutes ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 6. Metaphorage

Howard Hill American Express#KMaus10 "remember when wikis were hot!" controversy to get attention :) 28 minutes ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 7. meretajma

Howard J Hill using tags to outline 2010 successes#KMAus10 28 minutes ago via web Reply Retweet 8. meretajma

big movement towards team collaboration at American Express empowering users #KMAus10 29 minutes ago via web Reply Retweet

9. kdelarue

Hot term for 2010 - "enterprise communities".#kmaus10 29 minutes ago via dabr Reply Retweet 10. miladyred

Harking back to the theme of engagement rather than forced compliance - contribute to the wiki if it meeds your needs not mine #kmaus10 30 minutes ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 11. markjburnard

social media more effective at capturing content than wikis as its voluntary. #kmaus10 . People seem to want to contribute. 30 minutes ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 12. michellelamb

RT @lukegrange: If u had 1 question u would ask a Knowledge Management practitioner send it#KMaus10 wer collating & will post the answer. 30 minutes ago via HootSuite 2 Reply Retweet 13. DeltaKnowledge

Howard Hill #kmaus10 American Express has realised forcing people to use a wiki or intranet hasn't worked. Needs 2 be based on user value 30 minutes ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 14. helmitch

#kmaus10 it's gone much more into team/purposed collaboration rather than a broad 'contribute to this wiki' 30 minutes ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 15. kdelarue

Bon Matin! First pres at #kmaus10 - "Remember when wikis were hot?" How well maintained is your wiki? 31 minutes ago via dabr Reply Retweet

16. BigDavieB

An idea that is developed and put into action is more important than an idea that exists only as an idea #KMAus10 33 minutes ago via Twitterrific Reply Retweet 17. meretajma

keynote extravaganza at #KMAus10 . Kicking off with Howard J Hill frm American Express 34 minutes ago via web Reply Retweet 18. helmitch

#kmaus10 Howard Hill from Amex now on the stage: 'remember when wikis were hot?' 34 minutes ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 19. miladyred

@Metaphorage framing Day 2 well at #kmaus10 challenging modes of thinking and approaches 36 minutes ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 20. lukegrange

If you had one question you would ask a Knowledge Management practitioner send it#KMaus10 we are collating and will post the answer. 40 minutes ago via Twitterrific to

1. suzieis

@lukegrange oh no, went dark today and missed your #kmaus10 tip .. Look forward to hearing gems from the master :) about 10 hours ago via web in reply to lukegrange Reply Retweet 2. DeltaKnowledge

Out and about with KMers after day 1 at #KMAus10 (via @corza) http://tweetphoto.com/33983463 < thanks for a great night all!! about 10 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 3. DeltaKnowledge

RT @KerrieAnne: Tweets from #KMAUS10 Day One July 2010.pdf - http://ht.ly/2erCj - the should help Jerry @Metaphorage about 10 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet

4. KerrieAnne

Tweets from #KMAUS10 Day One July 2010.pdf - http://ht.ly/2erCj (maybe a few missing) - so much to read over the next week ! thanks guys about 11 hours ago via HootSuite Reply Retweet 5. lukegrange

MmmMm not too sure :-s more smart me thinks RT @DaveyMelb: Semantic web or smart use of data? #kmaus10 about 11 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 6. lukegrange

@miladyred super to meet face to face after so long online #kmaus10 about 11 hours ago via TweetDeck in reply to miladyred Reply Retweet 7. lukegrange

@michellelamb http://bit.ly/physicaltwitter and http://bit.ly/aKid1BPhysicalTwitterConf please pass on to others who played at #KMaus10 about 11 hours ago via Twitterrific Reply Retweet 8. lukegrange

@LexBartlett @DaveyMelb @neridahart @jacki_johnson @marigo @nimmypal @ thank you all for following me#kmaus10 and RT'ing about 11 hours ago via Twitterrific in reply to LexBartlett at Reply Retweet 9. lukegrange

RT @nimmypal @elsua :-) You guys are great. KM the good, the bad and the darn right ugly nomenclature ridden prophetic #kmaus10 about 11 hours ago via Twitterrific art Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 10. elsua

@nimmypal @lukegrange: Good KM reduces the risk of poor decisions #kmaus10 / Too bad we left behind 'good' a long while ago ;) about 13 hours ago via Nambu Reply Retweet 11. elsua

@kdelarue Shell changing term from "Knowedge Management" to "Knowedge Sharing"; and they have good reasons for it. #kmaus10 / Not only'em about 13 hours ago via Nambu Reply Retweet

12. elsua

Enjoying quite a bit the lovely live tweeting coming from #kmaus10 while getting started w/ the day over a cup of coffee; priceless! :) about 13 hours ago via Nambu Reply Retweet 13. lukegrange

Discussing #kevinscampervan with other#kmaus10 delegates about 13 hours ago via Twitterrific Reply Retweet 14. awmitchell

@michellelamb @helmitch I'd still rather be at #kmaus10 about 14 hours ago via Dabr in reply to michellelamb Reply Retweet 15. helmitch

@awmitchell that's actually good because some of us here at #kmaus10 can't watch #masterchef tonight ;-) about 14 hours ago via mobile web in reply to awmitchell Reply Retweet 16. corza

Out and about with KMers after day 1 at #KMAus10 http://tweetphoto.com/33983463 about 14 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 17. AutumnP70

RT @kdelarue: We need to change the employee/employer model to one of equal status - we need trust to work together. #kmaus10 via @zaana about 15 hours ago via web Reply Retweet 18. boffin66

RT @awmitchell A big thank you to everyone tweeting from #kmaus10 . It's very nice to be able to participate vicariously. Seconded! about 15 hours ago via Twitterrific Reply Retweet 19. ArkKMUK

Check out the great feed that's coming out of #kmaus10 (KM Australia 2010) about 15 hours ago via web Reply Retweet

20. p0lygl0tt

Was surrounded by iPads, iPhones and netbooks today at #kmaus10 . ¡Hasta mañana! about 16 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet

1. hwakelam

LOVE the concept of reverse brainstorming #kmaus10 - brainstorm all the reasons it won't work to find out how it will! about 16 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 2. awmitchell

A big thank you to everyone tweeting from #kmaus10 . It's very nice to be able to participate vicariously. about 16 hours ago via web Reply Retweet 3. miladyred

and with that, it's drinks on day one #kmaus10 about 16 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 4. miladyred

YES! Trust people RT @DeltaKnowledge: 3 way to encourage collaboration: 3) focus on monitoring & education not heavy regulation #kmaus10 about 16 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 5. DeltaKnowledge

3 way to encourage collaboration: 3) focus on monitoring & education not heavy regulation #kmaus10 about 16 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 6. DeltaKnowledge

3 way to encourage collaboration: 2) Shared group objectives & reward group achievements #kmaus10 about 17 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 7. DeltaKnowledge

3 way to encourage collaboration: 1) provide breakout spaces and permission to use them #kmaus10 about 17 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 8. meretajma

Home strait for day one of#KMAus10 . Laughter, passion & great ideas being generated. Networking drinks should help keep ideas flowing... about 17 hours ago via web Reply Retweet 9. Heyshash

RT @Metaphorage Hoffman (Glentworth)#KMaus10 ~at the moment a risk becomes an incident, pple go 2 pple not to databases(eg Gulf oil spill). about 17 hours ago via web Reply Retweet 10. jessicacarlin

Thanks to david for that brilliant forced blogging ie "flogging" idea :-D #kmaus10 about 17 hours ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 11. miladyred

Disturbing levels of practical positive solutions at 5pm. Great work guys #kmaus10 about 17 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 12. meretajma

RT @GMountain #kmaus10 Forced Blogging - FLOGGING about 17 hours ago via web

Reply Retweet 13. LexBartlett

RT @p0lygl0tt: #kmaus10 if you want to make sure KM is dysfunctional, put IT in charge! about 17 hours ago via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 14. GMountain

#kmaus10 Reverse brainstorming session. Funny if it wasn't true. about 17 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 15. DeltaKnowledge

Awesome reverse brainstorming session on how to destroy collaboration in your org #kmaus10 about 17 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet

16. p0lygl0tt

#kmaus10 if you want to make sure KM is dysfunctional, put IT in charge! about 17 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 17. GMountain

#kmaus10 Forced Blogging - FLOGGING about 17 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 18. miladyred

great energy being generated from reverse brainstorming session #kmaus10 about 17 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 19. markjburnard

OK, now we are thinking originally :) #kmaus10 about 17 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 20. LexBartlett

RT @meretajma: developing a communal library of analysis- Moxy Knowledge Management #KMAus10 about 17 hours ago via UberTwitter Reply Retweet

1. kdelarue

@corza Is this a promise or a threat? :-) @miladyred @zaana #kmaus10 about 17 hours ago via dabr in reply to corza Reply Retweet 2. p0lygl0tt

#kmaus10 'Tolerated failures imprints learning better than success' -Snowden about 17 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 3. markjburnard

"reverse brainstorming" - brainstorm how to make something fail, to get insight into how to make it succeed. #kmaus10 about 17 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet

4. miladyred

@corza @michellelamb back to get the audience interacting with a reverse brainstorm session #kmaus10 about 17 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 5. meretajma

Twitter gets a gong in the final interactive session of the day-reverse brainstorming with @corza and @michellelamb #KMAus10 about 17 hours ago via web Reply Retweet 6. meretajma

developing a communal library of analysis- Moxy Knowledge Management #KMAus10 about 17 hours ago via web Reply Retweet 7. Metaphorage

Traceability of data through links provides a means to validate evidence for decisions #KMaus10 David Neale about 17 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 8. KMAustralia

RT @DaveyMelb: Semantic web or smart use of data? #kmaus10 about 17 hours ago via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 9. kdelarue

In your Ark Group bag at#kmaus10 you'll find a flyer for the NSW KM Forum. Read the bottom line. (Did @engin_eer come up with this?) about 17 hours ago via dabr Reply Retweet 10. DaveyMelb

Semantic web or smart use of data?#kmaus10 about 17 hours ago via TweetDeck from here Reply Retweet 11. markjburnard

#kmaus10 - especially getting executives to blog, losing faith in a wiki/knowledgebase based on Shell presentation. Looking 4 other ideas... about 17 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet

12. markjburnard

#kmaus10 - My interests - how to engage a disparate volunteer community development organisation in KM about 17 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 13. markjburnard

#kmaus10 eg wikis, corporate glossary, data dictionaries, report inventories, etc etc. Anything DW/BI... about 17 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 14. Metaphorage

David Neale #KMaus10 outcome of the developments is to provide an easier way to validate data and optimize reuse of the information about 17 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 15. markjburnard

re #kmaus10 My expertise - using web 2.0 technologies to manage metadata & corporate knowledge in BI/DW projects... about 17 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 16. Metaphorage

David Neale #KMaus10 web 3.0 drawing facts from text and summarizes into a wiki with links back to source, auto updates with source change. about 18 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 17. meretajma

RT @kdelarue RT @TrendsAlerts: #kmaus10 is #nowtrending in Melbourne http://trendsmap.com/local/au/melbourne about 18 hours ago via web Reply Retweet 18. Metaphorage

David Neale #KMaus10 semantic web builds structure between words in statements to provide more meaning on links between words. about 18 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 19. hwakelam

@metaphorage speed to bring on board often prevents innovation in data use? ?? #kmaus10 about 18 hours ago via TweetDeck in reply to Metaphorage Reply Retweet 20. miladyred

Is interesting moving throughout the day from the conceptual to the operational, can be hard to get the brain in the right mode #kmaus10 about 18 hours ago via Seesmic Web

1. miladyred

Pretty star map of the internet - love the concept of a galaxy of ideas #kmaus10 about 18 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 2. kdelarue

RT @TrendsAlerts: #kmaus10 is #nowtrending in Melbourne http://trendsmap.com/local/au/melbourne about 18 hours ago via dabr Reply Retweet 3. Metaphorage

David Neale #KMaus10 how to bring people on board and engage them quickly and productively- manage the data differently. about 18 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 4. DaveyMelb

Sometimes I'm glad that 15 years of teaching gave me the ability to speak without notes #kmaus10 about 18 hours ago via TweetDeck from here Reply Retweet 5. miladyred

Lots of discussion throughout the day regarding the importance of telling the value story of KS as a tool for engagement #kmaus10 about 18 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 6. Metaphorage

David Neale #KMaus10 good KM increases the quality of decisions and reduces cost & risk, especially in large projects. about 18 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 7. lukegrange

Good KM reduces the risk of poor decisions#kmaus10 about 18 hours ago via Twitterrific Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 8. p0lygl0tt

#kmaus10 Good knowledge management reduces the risk of poor decisions. -so true! about 18 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 9. meretajma

cross city tunnel good example of failure to collaborate- bad knowledge led to faulty assumptions and an inadequate infrastructure #KMAus10 about 18 hours ago via web Reply Retweet

10. helmitch

#kmaus10 decision making - beware of 'optimism bias' - need knowledge + collaboration to really clarify assumptions about 18 hours ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 11. Metaphorage

David Neale (Moxy Knowledge) #KMaus10 wikis, semantic web & decision making: how do we make better decisions on major projects. about 18 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 12. lukegrange

*Relief* the role of decision making in KM about to be covered #kmaus10 about 18 hours ago via Twitterrific Reply Retweet 13. miladyred

David Neale from Moxy Knowledge Management kicking off the last two sessions of the day #kmaus10 about 18 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 14. meretajma

RT @caikjaer `#kmaus10 tell us what you are interested in and find other delegates at KM Australia (Optimice) - http://bit.ly/9OHkst about 18 hours ago via web Reply Retweet 15. TrendsAlerts

#kmaus10 is #nowtrending in Melbourne http://trendsmap.com/local/au/melbourne about 18 hours ago via Trendsmap Alerting from here Reply Retweet 16. KMAustralia

RT @helmitch: #kmaus10 fantastic demonstration of ROI - discussion forums vs knowledge base. Value vs costs - forums win. about 18 hours ago via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 17. KMAustralia

RT @miladyred: Sometimes a solution may not be a tool at all - brilliant point, so good to hear it said #kmaus10 about 18 hours ago via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 18. KMAustralia

RT @LexBartlett: RT @meretajma: Need to publicise knowledge successes better- don't be modest! #KMAus10 about 18 hours ago via UberTwitter Reply Retweet

19. KMAustralia

RT @markjburnard: Fear of losing face. If you create a safe environment by building relationship/trust, people will open #kmaus10 about 18 hours ago via UberTwitter up Reply Retweet 20. markjburnard

Amazing presentation, it doesn't feel like 3pm! #kmaus10 about 18 hours ago via TweetDeck

1. DeltaKnowledge

Put people on the spot to put something on the wiki and share what they are doing. Others see it & join to get attention #KMaus10 about 18 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 2. mtydeman

@GMountain but can't wait to hear what you learn from #kmaus10 about 18 hours ago via TweetDeck in reply to GMountain Reply Retweet 3. michellelamb

#kmaus10 expertise locators dont work in Shell (found after 17 tries) lol like so many other comp, can anyone tel me where they have worked? about 18 hours ago via HootSuite Reply Retweet 4. miladyred

Professional cultures need to have the same thinking applied re: Cultural problems in KS #kmaus10 about 18 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 5. markjburnard

The issue in Asia is fear of losiing face. If you create a safe environment by building relationship/trust, people will open #kmaus10 about 18 hours ago via TweetDeck up Reply Retweet 6. caikjaer

#kmaus10 To conference delegates - tell us what you are interested in and find other delegates at KM Australia - http://bit.ly/9OHkst about 18 hours ago via bitly Reply Retweet 7. michellelamb

as should he RT @miladyred: ASH's wife should be immensely proud #kmaus10 really relevant presentation about 18 hours ago via HootSuite Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 8. miladyred

Good point about how tone and culture need to be considered due to human difference. All of us communicate differently #kmaus10 about 18 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet

9. DeltaKnowledge

Culture Problems: Asians don't like asking, Dutch are very blunt #KMaus10 (as opposed to Westerners who often don't like sharing) about 18 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 10. DeltaKnowledge

Really like Ash's passion (and humour) for making KM work company wide. #KMaus10 about 18 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 11. LexBartlett

RT @jessicacarlin: Some great passionate people at kmaustralia #kmaus10 about 18 hours ago via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 12. jessicacarlin

Some great passionate people at kmaustralia #kmaus10 about 18 hours ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 13. LexBartlett

RT @meretajma: Need to publicise knowledge successes better- don't be modest! #KMAus10 about 19 hours ago via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 14. miladyred

Promote yourselves - tell your own story to create engagement and support. The KS story is just as valuable as the other stories #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 15. helmitch

#kmaus10 great preso by Ash from Shell. Lots and lots resonating with me about their k-sharing journey. :-) about 19 hours ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 16. markjburnard

@meretajma Thanks :)#kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 17. michellelamb

i loved the white, need to try the red RT @Stonebridgesys: First day of #kmaus10 . Enjoying the pepper tree wines! (and the speakers!) about 19 hours ago via HootSuite Reply Retweet 18. DeltaKnowledge

Limit which tools are available, but then engage people directly let them decide what they need and how to get benefit #KMaus10 about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet

19. meretajma

@markjburnard if not, we will send out additional presentations post event unless the speaker advises otherwise. #KMAus10 about 19 hours ago via web in reply to markjburnard Reply Retweet 20. jessicacarlin

Everyone is retiring apparently #kmaus10

1. miladyred

Sometimes a solution may not be a tool at all - brilliant point, so good to hear it said #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 2. michellelamb

RT @DeltaKnowledge: Shell uses KPIs for KM, but one set of KPIs isnt enough. Individuals are guided from beginner to advanced KPIs #KMaus10 about 19 hours ago via HootSuite Reply Retweet 3. lukegrange

@smartpeopleguy great to meet you earlier and thank you for a great presentation #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 4. michellelamb

welcome from the table behind RT @DeltaKnowledge: @gmountain Welcome to Twitter and #kmaus10 Glen. Come and say hi to me! about 19 hours ago via HootSuite Reply Retweet 5. Stonebridgesys

First day of #kmaus10 . Enjoying the pepper tree wines! (and the speakers!) about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 6. miladyred

Am seeing an interesting parallel with the 15/85 value figures, similar to cust service figures -15% tech knowledge 85% soft skills #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 7. markjburnard

#kmaus10 can someone from Ark confirm this slide show is on the CD? Just checking... about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 8. michellelamb

#kmaus10 ROCK "nothing but a structured program for capturing "critical" knowledge" the trick is in how you do it - like Larry King live about 19 hours ago via HootSuite Reply Retweet 1 Retweet

9. miladyred

Am wondering if the blog take up by scientists will work with other knowledge professionals #kmaus10 Social sciences? about 19 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 10. Metaphorage

Siew Hoong Aw #KMaus10 scientists using blogs instead of diaries generating two way interactions leading to tangible value. about 19 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 11. helmitch

#kmaus10 also blogging works for senior mgt - ways of connecting with staff, keep in touch, interact. about 19 hours ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 12. DeltaKnowledge

@gmountain Welcome to Twitter and#kmaus10 Glen. Come and say hi to me! about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck in reply to GMountain Reply Retweet 13. michellelamb

#kmaus10 interesting slide on ROI money spent in traditional systems vs discussion platform with outcome 85% value from 15% cost spent about 19 hours ago via HootSuite Reply Retweet 14. markjburnard

This is probably the most valuable example of a successful KM initiative in a large corp that I have seen. #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 15. DaveyMelb

Those 20:80 figures remind me of the seely-brown formal vs informal learning.... #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck from here Reply Retweet 16. helmitch

#kmaus10 Shell found scientists like blogging - it's like publishing journal articles. about 19 hours ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 17. DeltaKnowledge

Makes sense to me: Computers good at finding linear info, People good at fuzzy recollection & linking. Make best use of both #KMaus10 about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 18. Metaphorage

Siew Hoong Aw #KMaus10 passionate about the achievements of what they are doing and fully engaged. Clearly driving the successes. about 19 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet

19. michellelamb

#kmaus10 the presentation on their ROCK program - Retention of Critical Knowledge that he did in KM Asia was very strong, good org process about 19 hours ago via HootSuite Reply Retweet 20. GMountain

#kmaus10 Siew Hoong Aw talking about value of discussions vs knowledgebases compared to their costs at Shell. Gold. about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck

1. DeltaKnowledge

60,000 of 95,000 users are members of the Shell Wiki Encyclopedia. All can publish without Mgt approval. Now a training tool too! #KMaus10 about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 2. LexBartlett

RT @meretajma: It's a very human thing to ask for advice #KMAus10 about 19 hours ago via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 3. helmitch

#kmaus10 answers to questions are usually in people's heads. Tacit - faster, just have to make it easy + visible about 19 hours ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 4. hollingsworth

Enjoying the #KMAus10 tweets thanks for sharing everyone! /cc @DeltaKnowledge @kdelarue @corza @stangarfield @mlambert @metaphorage @marigo about 19 hours ago via web Reply Retweet 5. miladyred

Tapping into the innate desire of people to help each other as a knowledge source #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 6. Metaphorage

Siew Hoong Aw #KMaus10 15% of value from discussion, 85% from discussion. 80% of cost from knowledgebase (systems) only 20% discussion about 19 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 7. meretajma

It's a very human thing to ask for advice #KMAus10 about 19 hours ago via web Reply Retweet 8. LexBartlett

RT @meretajma: Ask, Learn, Share: framework for Shell's knowledge sharing successes #KMAus10 about 19 hours ago via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 9. marigo

RT @lukegrange: Knowledge Management is more about peoples behaviour than the systems that manage it #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet

10. p0lygl0tt

#kmaus10 It is a very human thing to "call a friend" rather than querying a KM system. about 19 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 11. kdelarue

80/20 between K base and discussion forum - inverse relationship between value & cost. #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via dabr Reply Retweet 12. miladyred

@kdelarue agree, really think the KS is a great term #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via Seesmic Web in reply to kdelarue Reply Retweet 13. helmitch

#kmaus10 fantastic demonstration of ROI - discussion forums vs knowledge base. Value vs costs - forums win. about 19 hours ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 14. miladyred

15% of the value gained from knowledge base 85% from the discussion. Costs are the other way round 85% from knowledge base #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 15. kdelarue

In fact, I think that slide has given me an epiphany. I am starting to feel that KS is a much better term to use than KM. #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via dabr Reply Retweet 16. DeltaKnowledge

11 years for a KM tool is very good. Many get spoken about even after they have died out or been replaced. #KMaus10 about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 17. DeltaKnowledge

Global discussion forums (SIGN) allow knowledge to span more than just local Emails. Been around 11 years and is very successful. #KMaus10 about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 18. helmitch

#kmaus10 ROCK program - Retention of Critical Knowledge - esp of senior knowledge-holders about 19 hours ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 19. miladyred

ROCK - Retention of Critical Knowledge program - god isn't that a marketers dream #kmaus10 . Great branding of the programme about 19 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 20. markjburnard

Why did the blogs not have great success? Would love to know - have to ask later. #kmaus10

1. DeltaKnowledge

Its is important to provide ways for people to share knowledge, ideas, etc without it being able to limit their career prospects #KMaus10 about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 2. kdelarue

Just after tweeting this, I see that Ash has "KS" on his slide. I wonder if it will become common? > @helmitch #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via dabr in reply to helmitch Reply Retweet 3. michellelamb

RT @corza: RT @BigDavieB: ASH says the person who points the way is as valuable as the guru on top of the mountain #KMAus10 about 19 hours ago via HootSuite Reply Retweet 4. michellelamb

i saw Ash -Siew Hoong Aw#KMaus10 in KM Asia last year, he is consistently upbeat and making lots of uncommon sense :) you go boy about 19 hours ago via HootSuite Reply Retweet 5. meretajma

@kdelarue KS much more collaborative :) #KMAus10 about 19 hours ago via web Reply Retweet 6. miladyred

Love the message of educating people what to use when - help them meet their needs rather than impose solutions #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 7. helmitch

#kmaus10 "relentless coaching / support" for k-sharing. Funny about that - why doesn't it come naturally? about 19 hours ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 8. lukegrange

Low tech - High touch is a super KM approach/expression and I'm making a big sign with this for my office wall #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 9. corza

RT @BigDavieB: ASH says the person who points the way is as valuable as the guru on top of the mountain #KMAus10 about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 10. Metaphorage

Siew Hoong Aw #KMaus10 directly ask individuals "what can you do in your environment to make a difference?" about 19 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 11. DeltaKnowledge

#KMaus10 Love the relentless approach to Coaching and Supporting the Knowledge Sharing team. about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 12. Metaphorage

Siew Hoong Aw #KMaus10 highly interdependent program of initiatives including "hearts & minds" campaign. Provocative challenges to improve about 19 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 13. helmitch

.@kdelarue Yes you can say KS, I know what you mean ;-) #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via mobile web in reply to kdelarue

Reply Retweet 14. jessicacarlin

Low tech high touch #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 15. helmitch

#kmaus10 their CEO is a strong supporter of knowledge sharing. *Very* important - this sets the tone for the organisation. about 19 hours ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 16. miladyred

Hmmm, am going to test if I get a better response from my exec by changing my language. Will KS overcome latent resistance to KM? #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 17. kdelarue

#kmaus10 Shell's Knowledge Sharing program (can I say "KS"?) is both bottom-up *and* top-down. #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via dabr Reply Retweet 18. DeltaKnowledge

Siew Hoong Aw #KMaus10 knowledge management at Shell Global Services about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 19. lukegrange

Shell prefer to call Knowledge Management; Knowledge Sharing instead and summarise it as Ask/Learn/Share #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 20. miladyred

"Ask, Learn, Share". Great approach to acitivites #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via Seesmic Web 1. meretajma

Ask, Learn, Share: framework for Shell's knowledge sharing successes #KMAus10 about 19 hours ago via web Reply Retweet 2. markjburnard

I would say, also share DURING - real time knowledge sharing, mid-project. If possible. #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet

3. Metaphorage

Siew Hoong Aw #KMaus10 key strapline: Ask (first), Learn, Share. about 19 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 4. DaveyMelb

I'm having a bit of a mind spin going from the philosophically unknown to the hyper capitalist. #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck from here Reply Retweet 5. michellelamb

RT @helmitch: #kmaus10 sharing is human People decide what they share. In organisations, need to find, change+embed ways for people to share about 19 hours ago via HootSuite Reply Retweet 6. lukegrange

I'm not hearing as much about Decision Support Systems as I thought I would at #KMaus10 about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 7. kdelarue

Shifts focus from talk to action; removes confusion with Info Management and gets away from seeing "Management" as control. #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via dabr Reply Retweet 8. miladyred

Am finding ASH a great post lunch speaker, really inspirational in terms of being achieve organisation cultural changes #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via Seesmic Web

1. Metaphorage

Siew Hoong Aw #KMaus10 the hero is not the guru, but the person applying the knowledge. Reducing reinvention through sharing. about 19 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 2. meretajma

Shell's KM challenge: "change the guru in the mountain" to a knowledge enabler through knowledge sharing #KMAus10 about 19 hours ago via web Reply Retweet 3. helmitch

#kmaus10 sharing is human. People decide what they share. In organisations, need to find, change + embed ways for people to share. about 19 hours ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 4. Metaphorage

Siew Hoong Aw #KMaus10 call their program knowledge sharing rather than KM as about the flow more than the content. Value from deployment. about 19 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 5. BigDavieB

ASH is a great speaker to wake everyone up from post lunch daze - energetic & candid. Cracked us up, smiles all round #KMAus10 about 19 hours ago via Twitterrific Reply Retweet

6. miladyred

Really like the organisation focus shift from managing the information to sharing#kmaus10 Really concentrates it on the people about 19 hours ago via Seesmic Web it Reply Retweet 7. lukegrange

Knowledge management is more about peoples behaviour than the systems that manage it #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 8. markjburnard

This guy is good :) #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 9. p0lygl0tt

#kmaus10 Sharing is a human behaviour and is not focused on tools (though tools are very helpful). about 19 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 10. meretajma

@BigDavieB good point. Will start putting a list together where applicable. #KMAus10 about 19 hours ago via web in reply to BigDavieB Reply Retweet 11. Metaphorage

Siew Hoong Aw #KMaus10 key focus areas crew changes and "grow East" -shift towards China driving knowledge transfer demands about 19 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 12. jessicacarlin

Knowledge is a wonderful thing #kmaus10

1. meretajma

Kudos to Ash from Shell- managed to do a wonderful job of continuing his presentation despite technical diff #KMAus10 about 19 hours ago via web Reply Retweet 2. markjburnard

The real assets are the people, and what's in their minds. Loving it. #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 3. Metaphorage

Siew Hoong Aw (Shell Malaysia) #KMaus10 Shell Global Solutions- knowledge sharing journey - not story as continuing... about 19 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 4. miladyred

Great speaking manner from Ash from Shell Global Solutions, has really engaged the crowd #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet

5. BigDavieB

It would be helpful to have the speakers Twitter names in the schedule so that we can give them cred when due #KMAus10 about 19 hours ago via Twitterrific Reply Retweet 7. kdelarue

Ash from Shell Global Solutions, Malaysia on now at #kmaus10 . Very likable speaker already! about 19 hours ago via dabr 1. EzyForexTrading

Have you asked what your doing today? Will your organisation remember tomorrow #KMAus10 about 19 hours ago via HootSuite Reply Retweet 2. markjburnard

Love it when the slides fail coz u have to look at the SPEAKER (revolutionary) #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 3. markjburnard

#kmaus10 "The best known solution every time" - what a slogan, very provocative :) about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 4. meretajma

@markjburnard appreciate the honest assessments. Helps us to all do better in the future #KMAus10 about 19 hours ago via web in reply to markjburnard :) Reply Retweet 5. LexBartlett

RT @meretajma: tools good in themselves, but they can't make a change for the better in KM all on their own #KMAus10 about 19 hours ago via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 6. markjburnard

@miladyred, I think it will get there but it will take time. Some social networks are starting to attempt this, but privacy fears.. #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 7. BigDavieB

Don't just tell me what is - tell me what is possible! Arthur Shelley's advice to his students #KMAus10 about 19 hours ago via Twitterrific Reply Retweet 8. miladyred

@markjburnard would think that we'd also see this in public tagging #kmaus10 communities generating content about 19 hours ago via Seesmic Web in reply to markjburnard Reply Retweet 9. markjburnard

To facilitate this in a corporate context... wikis? blogs? not just peer reviewed publications made searchable. #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet

10. BigDavieB

Storytelling, apprenticeship and community mentoring formed knowledge management long before information systems #KMAus10 about 19 hours ago via Twitterrific Reply Retweet 11. markjburnard

Hence the power of books like "to kill a mockingbird" etc etc etc #kmaus10 (nothing new here) about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 12. DeltaKnowledge

We spent a lot of time trying to define our terms so we can do what we do. These need to be challenged so it can be qualified #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 13. markjburnard

Facts communicated as part of a story are more powerful than facts in isolation becasue of the learning context/story provided. IMO #kmaus10 1. miladyred

Interesting tweak on publish or perish for KM #kmaus10 - we need value propositions to allow us to overcome corporate taboos about 19 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 2. p0lygl0tt

#kmaus10 Effective KM must provide archiving at point of creation not just at PIR stage. It can and should be separate from IT! about 19 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 3. meretajma

Nothing better than a good pun in the afternoon. Thanks @metaphorage #KMAus10 about 19 hours ago via web Reply Retweet 4. DaveyMelb

This is not useful. The thesis should throw everything into a provisional state. However he seems to suggest some certainty. #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck from here Reply Retweet 5. awmitchell

Enjoying your tweets from#kmaus10 (eg knowledge curators). Keep it up! about 19 hours ago via dabr Reply Retweet 6. DeltaKnowledge

Some resources: Sheer Curation; Information Design; Beckstrom's Law (the networks value) << Google these #kmaus10 about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 7. markjburnard

#kmaus10 Love the idea of calpturing the info at time of creation ie mid-project, mid-flight, rather than at the end, trying to remember about 19 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet

8. miladyred

Is this more about rebranding KM as an industry? Curator is a very different word emotively to manager #kmaus10 about 20 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 9. Metaphorage

Philipp Hoffman #KMaus10 T Rex is a metaphorfor knowledge management. Historical representation of what was built from interpreting data about 20 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 10. BigDavieB

Knowledge is the synthesis of information through iteration and interaction. Glentworth #KMAus10 about 20 hours ago via Twitterrific at Reply Retweet 11. DeltaKnowledge

I argue the proliferation of IT experts in KM is b/c that's what Orgs are asking for. HR managers cant put a curator "in a box" #kmaus10 about 20 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 12. p0lygl0tt

#kmaus10 KM is not merely about normalising the universe and about metadata madness. We need content specialists with buy-in! Yes! about 20 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 13. markjburnard

#kmaus10 Hearing a journey here but it's not trailblazing about 20 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 14. DeltaKnowledge

Philipp Hoffman on KM approaches and Pitfalls. #kmaus10 We need more Curators in KM. More Deep Experts about 20 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 15. miladyred

@markjburnard Couldn't agree more, is part of why we need that fundamental change that Jerry Ash was discussing #kmaus10 about 20 hours ago via Seesmic Web in reply to markjburnard Reply Retweet 16. markjburnard

So to turn the knowledge workers into actors requires what catalyst? Need more than I'm getting here... #kmaus10 about 20 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 17. Metaphorage

Philipp Hoffman #KMaus10 role of the curators is to provide knowledge and insights to the organisation to hel decision making. about 20 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 18. markjburnard

ie they do not interrogate databases or search textbooks. #kmaus10 about 20 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet

19. helmitch

#kmaus10 relating knowledge curators to catastophes like the oil spill. Who do u contact? People or database? about 20 hours ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 20. kdelarue

"A curator is a content specialist who communicates their knowledge and knows their audience." #kmaus10 (That's what I spent 8 years doing!)

1. lukegrange

A curator is a content specialist who understands the content as opposed to a librarian who knows where to find#kmaus10 about 20 hours ago via TweetDeck it. Reply Retweet 2 Retweets 2. Metaphorage

Philipp Hoffman (Glentworth)#KMaus10 at the moment a risk becomes an incident, people go to people not to databases(eg Gulf oil spill). about 20 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 3. markjburnard

Good poiint. In a crisis, people ask other people what to do until they find someone who has been there before #kmaus10 about 20 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 4. Metaphorage

Philipp Hoffman (Glentworth)#KMaus10 discussing the need to synthesize and apply knowledge to create value. about 20 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 5. helmitch

#kmaus10 where are the knowledge curators? Custodians cf curators. Curators synthesise and present it back. about 20 hours ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 6. meretajma

Glentworth presentation showing what a good sponsor presentation should be #KMAus10 about 20 hours ago via web Reply Retweet 7. kdelarue

The thing missing from KM is a curatorial approach. #kmaus10 about 20 hours ago via dabr Reply Retweet 8. webdynamo

Great talk on KM by Glentworth#kmaus10 about 20 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 9. miladyred

Knowledge is synthesised from Information by the acts of iteration and interaction over and over again #kmaus10 about 20 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 1 Retweet

10. DaveyMelb

Sigh. Well yes. But that is the issue with KM. Knowledge is always provisional. And management is systematic. I am so not agreeing #kmaus10 about 20 hours ago via TweetDeck from here Reply Retweet 11. helmitch

#kmaus10 KM constantly evolving. Knowledge is a moving target. IT and systems can't (+ shouldn't) keep up. about 20 hours ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 12. markjburnard

So the scope for KM in an organisation is determined by.... (business need, one would think) as you can't capture the universe. #kmaus10 about 20 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 13. miladyred

Fascinating word clouds from the evolution of the wikipedia KM article, rise of technology, information and organisation key words #kmaus10 about 20 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 14. kdelarue

KM is not = a series of IM projects, it's not a point solution, and KM is evolving. #kmaus10 I don't find this at all provocative so far. about 20 hours ago via dabr Reply Retweet 15. meretajma

tools good in themselves, but they can't make a change for the better in KM all on their own #KMAus10 about 20 hours ago via web Reply Retweet 16. miladyred

Providing solutions is not the same as developing a culture #kmaus10 . Find this point particularly important when communicating to execs about 20 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 17. markjburnard

#kmaus10 . Can u have knowledge before u act on it? Yes, but then it becomes experiential knowledge (suggestion) about 20 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 18. DaveyMelb

Desiring free agency is not the same as being a free agent #kmaus10 about 20 hours ago via TweetDeck from here Reply Retweet 19. kdelarue

Or was that "Phillip"? Seems more likely, in which case there's a typo in the #kmaus10 program. about 20 hours ago via dabr Reply Retweet 20. BigDavieB

Data becomes information when put into context. It becomes knowledge when put into action. Glentworth at #KMAus10 1. markjburnard

#kmaus10 - information => knowledge when you know how to use that information effectively... (top of head) Or perhaps when u have used it. about 20 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet

2. miladyred

Processes and systems are merely enablers for interaction between people. YES! #kmaus10 about 20 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 3. lukegrange

Too often we look for turnkey solutions to Knowledge Management #kmaus10 about 20 hours ago via Twitterrific Reply Retweet 4. miladyred

Loving the point that passive information is not knowledge. #kmaus10 We as KM professionals cannot be passive in our practices. about 20 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 5. kdelarue

Philipp Hoffman is now setting out to provoke us at #kmaus10 about 20 hours ago via dabr Reply Retweet 6. p0lygl0tt

#kmaus10 At what point does information become knowledge? about 20 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 7. lukegrange

The conflict of the hierarchy we live in reduces our contributory value #KMaus10 about 20 hours ago via Twitterrific Reply Retweet 8. miladyred

Great point, does the conflicts we face in delivering our services get in the way of the value we can bring? #kmaus10 about 20 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 9. miladyred

Okay big thumbs up to the caterers, great risotto. #kmaus10 Now to refocus on the afternoon sessions about 20 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 10. lukegrange

For anyone serious about retaining Intellectual Capital with an ageing work force I have an approach to share with you, contact#kmaus10 about 21 hours ago via Twitterrific me Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 11. miladyred

Is always interesting to contemplate the importance of message delivery being equal to message content #kmaus10 about 21 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 12. p0lygl0tt

#kmaus10 unexpected knowledge sharing around nuclear technology about 21 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet

13. Metaphorage

Over 200 tweets gone out for#kmaus10 already for first sessions, day 1. THANKS for sharing folks! Search the tag to get the buzz! about 21 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 14. michellelamb

RT @katecrawshaw: Sad I am not there!#KMAus10 we will keep you informed :) about 21 hours ago via HootSuite Reply Retweet 15. katecrawshaw

Sad I am not there! #KMAus10 about 21 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 16. meretajma

enjoying the dialogue re: best presentation formats being generated from #KMAus10 about 21 hours ago via web Reply Retweet 17. kdelarue

@zaana ... although either beats the time I saw a guy actually put a Word document on screen for his presentation... #kmaus10 about 21 hours ago via dabr Reply Retweet 18. hwakelam

re #kmaus10 R&D Rob and duplicate, love it , think imitation is merely incremental improvement in disguise... originality is a myth. about 21 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 19. zaana

@kdelarue yes but most of their slides are still onerous with too much info! I like a clean fun preso backed up by good paper #kmaus10 about 21 hours ago via yoono in reply to kdelarue Reply Retweet 20. kdelarue

@zaana True - academic confs have been doing it for years. #kmaus10

1. Metaphorage

#KMaus10 asking questions is often more productive way to find robust solutions than looking for answers. about 21 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 2 Retweets 2. kdelarue

@meretajma Given the slide detail, maybe speakers should produce 2 docs - slides + supporting info. #kmaus10 about 22 hours ago via dabr Reply Retweet 3. michellelamb

RT @kdelarue: warned slides wld have detail, Maybe conf speakers should produce 2 docs - slides + info. 1 for take away 1 for pres #kmaus10 about 22 hours ago via HootSuite Reply Retweet 4. zaana

@kdelarue thats why I like conferences with papers -allow the paper to speak in its language & preso to support paper for more info #kmaus10 about 22 hours ago via yoono in reply to kdelarue Reply Retweet

5. meretajma

@kdelarue good point.#KMAus10 about 22 hours ago via web in reply to kdelarue Reply Retweet 6. Metaphorage

Scientific "ownership" of research outcomes by individuals can get in the way of sharing knowledge. #KMaus10 about 22 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 7. kdelarue

He warned us slides would have detail, but it's there so we get a copy. Maybe conf speakers should produce 2 docs - slides + info. #kmaus10 about 22 hours ago via dabr Reply Retweet 8. meretajma

RT @kdelarue R&D = "Rob and Duplicate". #newdefinitions #kmaus10 (Thanks to #michellelamb.) >guessing Rob is about to become v. popular! about 22 hours ago via web Reply Retweet 9. Metaphorage

Interactive conversation expertly facitated by @michelllamb & @corza #KMaus10 mindmap generated as we went- cool! about 22 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 10. kdelarue

After our interactive session, now the next preso. This from ANSTO - but we have been asked to *not* publicly tweet the content #kmaus10 about 22 hours ago via dabr Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 11. DaveyMelb

Is torn #kmaus10 about 22 hours ago via TweetDeck from here Reply Retweet 12. helmitch

#kmaus10 session now - connecting KM with business strategy + ops - Ansto about 22 hours ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 13. DaveyMelb

Hot lunch at #kmaus10 about 22 hours ago via TweetDeck from here Reply Retweet 14. kdelarue

R&D = "Rob and Duplicate". #newdefinitions#kmaus10 (Thanks to #michellelamb.) about 22 hours ago via dabr Reply Retweet 15. allisonhornery

RT @p0lygl0tt: #kmaus10 R&D = rob and duplicate <- lol about 22 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 16. p0lygl0tt

#kmaus10 R&D = rob and duplicate about 22 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 17. miladyred

Is just fascinating listening to the similar situations and the wealth of different outcomes achieved through collaboration #kmaus10 about 22 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 18. lukegrange

KM success is about overcoming Information fear and judgement #KMaus10 about 22 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 19. p0lygl0tt

#kmaus10 Expect the unexpected in collaboration about 22 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 20. LexBartlett

Everyone sharing - COLLABORATING - their ideas and learnings. #KMaus10 about 22 hours ago via UberTwitter

1. LexBartlett

Everyone collaborating in the interactive session at #KMaus10 :-) http://tweetphoto.com/33931739 about 22 hours ago via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 2. michellelamb

RT @knowablekate: free place at#KMAus10 - tell me quickly if you can use it about 22 hours ago via HootSuite Reply Retweet 3. michellelamb

RT @kdelarue: Trust! #kmaus10 so many things come down to trust about 22 hours ago via HootSuite Reply Retweet 4. michellelamb

#kmaus10 those who share get more than they give - jerry ash about 22 hours ago via HootSuite Reply Retweet 2 Retweets 5. michellelamb

RT @miladyred: How do we take it up as opportunity rather than continuing to do KM by stealth or in a limited way #kmaus10 about 22 hours ago via HootSuite Reply Retweet 6. michellelamb

#kmaus10 strategicly kmers are in the right place at the right time to make a diff to the mgmnt model equation about 22 hours ago via HootSuite Reply Retweet 7. miladyred

Loving the conversation about self regulating communities. No formal rules but the culture of the org creates the behaviours #kmaus10 about 22 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 8. LexBartlett

Anecdote circles on collaboration at #KMaus10 http://tweetphoto.com/33930287 about 22 hours ago via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 9. LexBartlett

RT @meretajma: Superstars @corza and @michellelamb working their interactive magic at #KMAus10 about 22 hours ago via UberTwitter Reply Retweet

10. meretajma

Superstars @corza and @michellelamb working their interactive magic at #KMAus10 about 23 hours ago via Echofon Reply Retweet 11. LexBartlett

Everyone collaborating: when have you felt inspired or disappointed about collaboration? #KMaus10 about 23 hours ago via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 12. BigDavieB

Storytelling is in our nature. Anecdote circles at #KMAus10 about 23 hours ago via Twitterrific Reply Retweet 13. lukegrange

You can't think to much about such value RT @DaveyMelb: Am thinking as I often do too much about the strength of weak ties #kmaus10 about 23 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 14. LexBartlett

Conversation maps at#KMaus10 about 23 hours ago via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 15. p0lygl0tt

#kmaus10 'Storytelling is in our nature but many of us have lost the art of telling stories or listening to them' about 23 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 16. miladyred

Underestimation of power of narrative in orgs - anecdote circles a chance for us to practice our listening/sharing techniques #kmaus10 about 23 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 17. kdelarue

Now @corza & @michellelamb are on at #kmaus10 . Talking about Anecdote Circles (FYI @unorder!) about 23 hours ago via dabr Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 18. p0lygl0tt

#kmaus10 collaborating around collaboration sounds like a good sensible idea about 23 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 19. LexBartlett

Collaboration Anecdote Circles at #KMaus10 about 23 hours ago via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 20. helmitch

#kmaus10 @corza says we can share our KM stuff on knowledgebucket.wik.is

1. miladyred

@corza and @michellelamb about to kick off their intereactive session #kmaus10 about 23 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 2. DaveyMelb

Am thinking as I often do too much about the strength of weak ties #kmaus10 about 23 hours ago via TweetDeck from here Reply Retweet 3. LexBartlett

Parsons Brinckerhoff: new position all advertised through #socialmedia! #KMaus10 about 23 hours ago via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 4. helmitch

.@corza and @michellelamb take the stage at #kmaus10 about 23 hours ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 5. LexBartlett

Cory Banks and Michelle Lambert are up at #KMaus10 about 23 hours ago via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 6. p0lygl0tt

'What do you now know that you wished you would've known at the outset?' KM realisation. #kmaus10 about 23 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 7. DaveyMelb

Doh have just found the#kmaus10 hash tag about 23 hours ago via TweetDeck from here Reply Retweet 8. allisonhornery

@helmitch Interested in ARUPs 3 CoP roles - difference betn leader + sponsor? #kmaus10 about 23 hours ago via TweetDeck in reply to helmitch Reply Retweet 9. LexBartlett

RT @miladyred: Our ultimate focus should be people. If we forget that, all the enablers in the world won't help. #kmaus10 about 23 hours ago via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 10. miladyred

RT @DeltaKnowledge: Over-reliance on individuals is something you need to address early and well - ARUP #kmaus10 hugely important about 23 hours ago via Seesmic for iPhone Reply Retweet 11. LexBartlett

RT @meretajma: Scary fact: 26% of a major gov dept to retire in next 5 years. Arup helping to reduce potential tacit knowledge loss #KMAus10 about 23 hours ago via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 12. DeltaKnowledge

Over-reliance on individuals is something you need to address early and well - ARUP #kmaus10 about 23 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet

13. DeltaKnowledge

How does ARUP handle new "non-KM" managers? We have a “No Dickheads” policy and it plays a large part in our recruitment #kmaus10 < Love it! about 23 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 14. kdelarue

Arup has a "no dickheads" employment policy. #kmaus10 (I hope no-one finds that language offensive...) about 23 hours ago via dabr Reply Retweet 15. helmitch

#kmaus10 CoP roles in Arup: leader, sponsor, facilitator about 23 hours ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 16. corza

Well done Stephen Davie @#kmaus10 . First time presenter. Did a great job in sharing ARUPs experience with KM. Will have to connect. about 23 hours ago via web Reply Retweet 17. miladyred

Our ultimate focus should be people. If we forget that, all the enablers in the world won't help. #kmaus10 about 23 hours ago via Seesmic for iPhone Reply Retweet 18. helmitch

#kmaus10 great session by Stephen from Arup about 23 hours ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 19. kdelarue

Possibly preaching to the converted here - technology is only an enabler, KM is about culture & behaviours. #kmaus10 about 24 hours ago via dabr Reply Retweet 20. DeltaKnowledge

We all know the technology is vital, but it is only an enabler. We all know that but do we walk the talk? #kmaus10 about 24 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 1. DeltaKnowledge

RT @helmitch: #kmaus10 KM+KS needs to be embedded in the org + the way u work - faster benefits realisation < Couldn't agree more! about 24 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 2. DeltaKnowledge

@meretajma People talk $ incentives if asked but often it is other types of motivation that actually brings +ve results. #KMAus10 about 24 hours ago via TweetDeck in reply to meretajma Reply Retweet 3. kdelarue

Instead of justifying investment in KM, we should be asking organisations to justify *not* taking action on knowledge risk. #kmaus10 about 24 hours ago via dabr Reply Retweet 4. helmitch

#kmaus10 KM+KS needs to be embedded in the org + the way u work - faster benefits realisation about 24 hours ago via mobile web Reply Retweet

5. Metaphorage

Stephen Davie#KMaus10 lack of time is one of the commonly perceived barriers to contributing to the k sharing- only 1 side of equation. about 24 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 6. DeltaKnowledge

ARUP Collab Audit shows Lack of trust & time, fear losing control & silo culture are significant barriers << Sounds familiar #kmaus10 about 24 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 7. miladyred

RTA workforce demographics common across public service. Massive public sector risk for knowledge loss. Huge opportunity for KM #kmaus10 about 24 hours ago via Seesmic for iPhone Reply Retweet 8. meretajma

What are the incentives for people to get involved in KM? Major question in internal Arup study on KM #KMAus10 about 24 hours ago via Echofon Reply Retweet 9. rossdawson

@miladyred cool - thanks for letting me know - yes the reputation economy is coming! #kmaus10 about 24 hours ago via TweetDeck in reply to miladyred Reply Retweet 10. DeltaKnowledge

Love the way ARUP looks not only at their own KM issue, but those of their clients as well #kmaus10 about 24 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 11. kdelarue

Re RTA in NSW: 1,800 engineers retire each year in NSW, but only 900 graduate. This is Knowledge Risk. How can you *not* do KM? #kmaus10 about 24 hours ago via dabr Reply Retweet 12. Metaphorage

Stephen Davie#KMaus10 knowledge and it's management is fundamental to our organisational performance and success. about 24 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 13. meretajma

Scary fact: 26% of a major gov dept to retire in next 5 years. Arup helping to reduce potential tacit knowledge loss #KMAus10 about 24 hours ago via Echofon Reply Retweet 14. DeltaKnowledge

26% of the NSW RTA will retire in the next 5 years! #KM to the rescue! Hope they get over their "busyness" & start mentoring #kmaus10 about 24 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 15. miladyred

@rossdawson Stephen Davie from Arup, company has similar thinking in terms of trust #kmaus10 about 24 hours ago via Seesmic Web in reply to rossdawson Reply Retweet 16. meretajma

Arup now using their own successes to help clients embrace KM #KMAus10 about 24 hours ago via Echofon Reply Retweet 17. miladyred

Socialisation creates comfort, comfort builds areas of trust, allowing greater sharing and collaboration and long term returns #kmaus10 about 24 hours ago via Seesmic Web

Reply Retweet 18. Metaphorage

Stephen Davie#KMaus10 explaining insights. How knowledge and learnings are captured, validated and shared/made searchable. Powerful! about 24 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 19. miladyred

Is still indicative fear that "social" aspects of media will create loss of productivity rather than creative space #kmaus10 about 24 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 20. miladyred

Hmmm interesting, "forums must have genuine business benefit" - how do you know where the idea will come from? #kmaus10 1. meretajma

Forums must be kept for genuine business benefit not just a 'gossip shop' #KMAus10 about 24 hours ago via Echofon Reply Retweet 2. Metaphorage

Stephen Davie#KMaus10 "skills networks" (like COPs), stimulate creative minds. Allow cross boundary exchanges generating positive outcomes. about 24 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 3. miladyred

An environment of creativity allows people to combine skills for competitive advantage and also self edit and review #kmaus10 about 24 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 4. helmitch

#kmaus10 Arup run 'knowledge harvests' post-project, lessons learned, conversation about what wld u change, etc about 24 hours ago via mobile web Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 5. DeltaKnowledge

When discussing lessons learnt, always avoid words like Mistakes or Stuff-ups. #KMAus10 << Simple but easy to forget about 24 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 6. LexBartlett

RT @meretajma: Organic knowledge sharing now enhanced through technology for maximum biz and staff benefit within Arup #KMAus10 1. DeltaKnowledge

Steve is a member of about 5 networks. He contributes to 1 or 2 & is a lurker in the others for peripheral awareness. Lurking is OK #KMAus10 about 24 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 2. miladyred

"How do you know the knowledge you receive is valuable" leads into @rossdawson 's thinking on modern era trust economies #kmaus10 about 24 hours ago via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 2 Retweets

3. corza

Good stuff @ #kmaus10 . Gr8 hearing about free agent perrspective of Jerry Ash (taylorism #fail). Now hearing from Stephen Davie from ARUP. about 24 hours ago via web Reply Retweet 4. lukegrange

Skills Networks is how ARUP refers to Communities of Practice #KMaus10 about 24 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 5. DeltaKnowledge

A lot of the KM value for Arup comes from their Skills Networks (Communities of Practice) #KMAus10 about 24 hours ago via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 6. kdelarue

Arup - an organisation based on a philosophy. The Danish founder, Ove Arup, worked with Jørn Utzon on the Sydney Opera House. #kmaus10 about 24 hours ago via dabr Reply Retweet 7. kdelarue

RT @knowablekate: free place at#KMAus10 - tell me quickly if you can use it about 24 hours ago via dabr Reply Retweet 8. DeltaKnowledge

KM fits well with a company vision like that. If making $ is the only goal then stop mucking around and go grow poppies! #KMAus10 2:00 PM Jul 20th via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 2 Retweets 9. LexBartlett

RT @miladyred: Different perspectives are brilliant particularly within a shared context. #kmaus10 1:59 PM Jul 20th via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 10. knowablekate

free place at #KMAus10 - tell me quickly if you can use it 1:58 PM Jul 20th via web Reply Retweet 11. lukegrange

Employer strategy RT @meretajma: #KMAus10 just don't call them free agents. Associates, stakeholders a better fit- Jerry Ash 1:58 PM Jul 20th via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 12. miladyred

Different perspectives are brilliant particularly within a shared context. #kmaus10 1:58 PM Jul 20th via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 13. LexBartlett

RT @meretajma: Stephen Davie from Arup up now. Company owned in trust by staff- fosters a collaborative KM culture #KMAus10 1:58 PM Jul 20th via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 14. miladyred

"Networking the minds of our individuals" sounds very matrix. There is no spoon #kmaus10

1. meretajma

Stephen Davie from Arup up now. Company owned in trust by staff- fosters a collaborative KM culture #KMAus10 1:57 PM Jul 20th via Echofon Reply Retweet 2. DeltaKnowledge

ARUP founded by Sir Ove Arup (1895 – 1988) in 1946: Philsopher turned Engineer - Sounds like an interesting guy #KMAus10 1:57 PM Jul 20th via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 3. DeltaKnowledge

Steve Davie from ARUP now at#KMAus10 1:55 PM Jul 20th via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 4. LexBartlett

RT @helmitch: #kmaus10 much food for thought here. Insights and ideas in a different mgt model, based on joint value, mutual goals. 1:55 PM Jul 20th via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 5. LexBartlett

RT @meretajma: #KMAus10 just don't call them free agents. Associates, stakeholders a better fit- Jerry Ash 1:53 PM Jul 20th via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 6. helmitch

#kmaus10 so much food for thought here. Insights and ideas in a different mgt model, based on joint value, mutual goals. 1:53 PM Jul 20th via mobile web Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 7. meretajma

#KMAus10 just don't call them free agents. Associates, stakeholders a better fit- Jerry Ash 1:51 PM Jul 20th via Echofon Reply Retweet 8. knowablekate

#KMAus10 - I have (unexpectedly) one free place for KM Australia - tell me the name of someone you know will take it 1. DeltaKnowledge

Don’t give people tight Position Descriptions. Give them objectives and freedom to do their job. #KMAus10 1:51 PM Jul 20th via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 2. miladyred

Trust people to participate, to perform and reward accordingly. Choose the right language to involve rather than isolate #kmaus10 1:51 PM Jul 20th via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 3. DeltaKnowledge

Don’t call these people Free Agents. Call them partners, or “Stakeholders”. #KMAus10 1:51 PM Jul 20th via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 4. LexBartlett

RT @meretajma: Being a free agent can scare some, it doesn't have to mean being alone- free agents working together creates success #KMAus10 1:50 PM Jul 20th via UberTwitter Reply Retweet

5. DeltaKnowledge

Capt Picard looking down on industrial man knowing they will figure it out one day #KMAus10 1:49 PM Jul 20th via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 6. DeltaKnowledge

The Free Agency concept reminds me of the moneyless economy of Star Trek. #KMAus10 1:49 PM Jul 20th via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 7. Geoff_Barbaro

@CommAmmo also a KM conf on in Australia now #KMAus10 1:49 PM Jul 20th via web Reply Retweet 8. DeltaKnowledge

Create an environment of trust when Free Agents are encouraged to collaborate & add/create value. Trust is critical & so integrity #KMAus10 1:48 PM Jul 20th via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 9. LexBartlett

RT @kdelarue: We need to change the employee/employer model to one of equal status - we need trust to work together. #kmaus10 1:46 PM Jul 20th via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 10. meretajma

Free agent phenomenon good for KM- independant, but dependant, different and shared goals. Wanting to work for/with each other #KMAus10 1:46 PM Jul 20th via Echofon Reply Retweet 11. Metaphorage

Jerry Ash #KMaus10 assume everyone is a free agent AND that this is a good thing for knowledge sharing 1:46 PM Jul 20th via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 12. DeltaKnowledge

How much more can we achieve when we are all independent and interdependent? Different skills, Maximum team efficiency #KMAus10

1. kdelarue

"We are all equal, but with different knowledge capital to bring to the table." - Jerry Ash #kmaus10 1:46 PM Jul 20th via dabr Reply Retweet 2. miladyred

People's innate desire to do a good job in an area they love still relevant in free agent environment. Tapping into this a priority #kmaus10 1:45 PM Jul 20th via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 3. zaana

Yes! RT @kdelarue: We need to change the employee/employer model to one of equal status - we need trust to work together. #kmaus10 1:45 PM Jul 20th via yoono Reply Retweet 4. KMHobbie

@Metaphorage thanks for#KMAus10 coverage! 1:44 PM Jul 20th via TweetDeck in reply to Metaphorage Reply Retweet

5. kdelarue

We need to change the employee/employer model to one of equal status - we need trust to work together. #kmaus10 1:44 PM Jul 20th via dabr Reply Retweet 6. LexBartlett

RT @miladyred: People not just working for employers but investing in themselves and their futures so prosperity helps both sides #kmaus10 1:44 PM Jul 20th via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 7. miladyred

People not just working for employers but investing in themselves and their futures so prosperity helps both sides #kmaus10 1:43 PM Jul 20th via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 8. Metaphorage

Jerry Ash #KMaus10 a danger of the free agent era that some may become knowledge horders - misunderstanding that giving drives receiving 1:43 PM Jul 20th via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 9. LexBartlett

RT @lukegrange: Those who share get more than they give #KMaus10 1:43 PM Jul 20th via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 10. helmitch

#kmaus10 knowledge-sharing: those who share get more than they give. Jerry Ash 1:43 PM Jul 20th via mobile web Reply Retweet 11. lukegrange

Those who share get more than they give #KMaus10 1:42 PM Jul 20th via Twitterrific Reply Retweet 12. lukegrange

RT @Metaphorage Jerry Ash#KMaus10 "Free Agents" are the way forward for Personal KM. It is now a talent market which values knowledge. 1:42 PM Jul 20th via Twitterrific Reply Retweet 13. miladyred

Conditions of fear, resource scarcity, aggression - how do we shape and participate in collaboration if not by change #kmaus10 1:42 PM Jul 20th via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 14. kdelarue

"You are all free agents!" ("Yes, we are all free agents!") <"Err, I'm not..."> ("Shh!") #kmaus10 1:41 PM Jul 20th via dabr Reply Retweet 15. DeltaKnowledge

Jerry Ash: #KMAus10 Industrial Age shoddy mining practices? "My dear, Italians are cheaper than roof supports.” People were seem as tools. 1:40 PM Jul 20th via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 16. kdelarue

Incidentally, any #kmers, #kmlf or #kmedu people out there, follow #kmaus10 for the next couple of days - good stuff coming! 1:39 PM Jul 20th via dabr Reply Retweet

17. DeltaKnowledge

@kdelarue At #KMAus10 with @corza @stangarfield @mlambert & lots of others. 1:38 PM Jul 20th via TweetDeck in reply to kdelarue Reply Retweet 18. LexBartlett

RT @meretajma: #KMAus10 Free agent phenomenon gives business a wake up call- they now longer own employees . Ppl assets rather than chattel. 1:37 PM Jul 20th via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 19. kdelarue

The basic principles Jerry is talking about are closely related to my presentation at last month's #kmlf (The Idea Monopoly?) #kmaus10 1:37 PM Jul 20th via dabr Reply Retweet 20. miladyred

Is a conscious raising exercise on all sides, people to be valued and to recognise that value themselves given their mobility #kmaus10 1. lukegrange

We need a new employer model in light of the Free Agent way of thinking #kmaus10 1:36 PM Jul 20th via Twitterrific Reply Retweet 2. Metaphorage

Jerry Ash #KMaus10 management wake up call- you don't own your people, you need a model which engages free agents for collective benefit. 1:35 PM Jul 20th via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 3. meretajma

#KMAus10 Free agent phenomenon gives business a wake up call- they now longer own employees . Ppl assets rather than chattel. 1:35 PM Jul 20th via Echofon Reply Retweet 4. Metaphorage

Jerry Ash #KMaus10 "Free Agents" are the way forward for Personal Knowledge Management. It is now a talent market which values knowledge. 1:34 PM Jul 20th via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 5. kdelarue

Ok, now it's fairly obvious I came in a little late to #kmaus10 ! Lots of good people already tweeting Jerry's words. 1:34 PM Jul 20th via dabr Reply Retweet 6. miladyred

It's really a situation of creating cultures where free agents are motivated to share and companies to encourage this #kmaus10 1:33 PM Jul 20th via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 7. helmitch

#kmaus10 in knowledge economy, people matter. We learn + grow in every exchange, thus can contribute more. 1:32 PM Jul 20th via mobile web Reply Retweet 8. miladyred

How do we see this situation as an opportunity rather than continuing to do KM by stealth or in a limited way #kmaus10 1:32 PM Jul 20th via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet

9. Metaphorage

Jerry Ash #KMaus10 the court of public opinion is very influential in what happens (andwhat doesn't). 1:30 PM Jul 20th via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 10. helmitch

#kmaus10 knowledge is not labour, as it is viewed in the industrial model. Must bring KM into C21. 1:30 PM Jul 20th via mobile web Reply Retweet 11. LexBartlett

RT @metaphorage: Jerry Ash#KMaus10 no such thing as a jobless recovery in an economy which is 70% consumer driven 1:29 PM Jul 20th via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 12. Dipty83

#kmaus10 International keynote speaker, Jerry Ash presenting @KMAUS 2010 about managing knowledge in an uncommitted relationship 1:29 PM Jul 20th via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 13. miladyred

People are fundamental to recovery in a knowledge & consumer based econonomy. KM needs to continue to challenge mgmt to believe #kmaus10 1:28 PM Jul 20th via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 14. Metaphorage

Jerry Ash #KMaus10 no such thing as a jobless recovery in an economy which is 70% consumer driven 1:28 PM Jul 20th via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 15. LexBartlett

RT @meretajma: #KMAus10 stockmarket rewards companies for not hiring and keeping costs down...people finish last- Jerry Ash 1:28 PM Jul 20th via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 16. meretajma

Jobless recovery like being 'almost pregnant' #KMAus10 1:28 PM Jul 20th via Echofon Reply Retweet 17. meretajma

#KMAus10 stockmarket rewards companies for not hiring and keeping costs down...people finish last- Jerry Ash 1:27 PM Jul 20th via Echofon Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 18. helmitch

#kmaus10 very difficult for business + industry + economics to evolve: people need to become free agents. 1:27 PM Jul 20th via mobile web Reply Retweet 19. miladyred

There seems to be an ongoing idea of knowledge as something to be fearful of - capture it, codify it, corral it, control it. #kmaus10 1:25 PM Jul 20th via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 20. lukegrange

During the early 90s through BPR people were referred to as cost and not labour #kmaus10 Has this changed?

1. Metaphorage

Jerry Ash #KMaus10 management now get that intellectual capital is valuable, but try to capture it before people leave: wrong focus! 1:25 PM Jul 20th via Twitter for iPhone

Reply Retweet 2. helmitch

#kmaus10 Jerry Ash taking us on journey of history of KM, how do (or do not) we value people + their knowledge? 1:23 PM Jul 20th via mobile web Reply Retweet 3. michellelamb

#kmaus10 Jerry Ash reviewing the knowledge loss of the downsizing era - do you think we learnt from that? 1:23 PM Jul 20th via HootSuite Reply Retweet 4. miladyred

You can see the perspectives of workers as a threat to cash flow rather than an asset to be valued still existing in current mgmt #kmaus10 1:23 PM Jul 20th via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 5. Metaphorage

Jerry Ash #KMaus10 intellectual capital still not valued as it should be through recent financial crisis. People still first cost reduction 1:22 PM Jul 20th via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 6. LexBartlett

RT @metaphorage: Jerry Ash at#KMaus10 ironically early collaborations created a "them & us" conflict between management & labour resources. 1:22 PM Jul 20th via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 7. meretajma

From them and us to appeasement and discussion- foundations for KM and thoughts of Drucker etc but old ideas still prevail #KMAus10 1:20 PM Jul 20th via Echofon Reply Retweet 8. michellelamb

#kmaus10 the unlearning we need 2 do is around working relationship of the past that were disfunctional to what could be, with collaboration 1:19 PM Jul 20th via HootSuite Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 9. Metaphorage

Jerry Ash at #KMaus10 ironically early collaborations created a "them & us" conflict between management & labour resources. 1:19 PM Jul 20th via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 10. miladyred

Really good point about the challenge of collaboration in an Us/Them working dynamic #kmaus10 boom or bust regardless 1:18 PM Jul 20th via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 11. Metaphorage

Jerry Ash at #KMaus10 the union movement was the first form of worker collaboration around the turn of the century. 1:17 PM Jul 20th via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 12. LexBartlett

RT @meretajma: Unions one of the early examples of collaboration in the workplace- Jerry Ash #KMAus10 1:17 PM Jul 20th via UberTwitter Reply Retweet

13. LexBartlett

RT @miladyred: #kmaus10 changing expectations in the workforce from both employers and employees creating new challenges for both sides 1:17 PM Jul 20th via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 14. meretajma

Unions one of the early examples of collaboration in the workplace- Jerry Ash #KMAus10 1:16 PM Jul 20th via Echofon Reply Retweet 15. michellelamb

#kmaus10 Jerry Ash reviewing the history of "management" - as u listen it is easy to understand the legacy we have today-challenge 2 unlearn 1:16 PM Jul 20th via HootSuite Reply Retweet 16. Metaphorage

Jerry Ash at #KMaus10 covering a history of human capital and collaboration. 1:16 PM Jul 20th via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 17. LexBartlett

RT @meretajma: #KMAus10 Jerry Ash putting his editing skills to use by changing up his keynote presentation 1:11 PM Jul 20th via UberTwitter Reply Retweet 18. miladyred

#kmaus10 changing expectations in the workforce from both employers and employees creating new challenges for both sides 1:11 PM Jul 20th via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 19. meretajma

#KMAus10 Jerry Ash putting his editing skills to use by changing up his keynote presentation 1:10 PM Jul 20th via Echofon Reply Retweet 20. meretajma

#KMAus10 Arthur Shelley kicks off the event asking us to make our experiences alarming- more great storytelling. 1. lukegrange

audioBoo: Opening of#kmaus10 in Sydney @metaphorage http://boo.fm/b154634 1:07 PM Jul 20th via AudioBoo Reply Retweet 2. miladyred

#kmaus10 @Metaphorage challenging us nicely to step outside our predicted experience before introducing Jerry Ash 1:07 PM Jul 20th via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet 3. helmitch

"If you already knew it, why would you be here" @metaphorage sets the tone for our time together at #kmaus10 1:05 PM Jul 20th via mobile web Reply Retweet 4. michellelamb

#kmaus10 just beginning the day, nice frame @Metaphorage 1:03 PM Jul 20th via HootSuite Reply Retweet 5. stangarfield

Arthur Shelley @Metaphorage kicking off KM and Collaboration Australia 2010 in Sydney with good humor #kmaus10 1:01 PM Jul 20th via TweetChat Reply Retweet

6. helmitch

#kmaus10 kicking off now 12:54 PM Jul 20th via mobile web Reply Retweet 7. lukegrange

On my way to #kmaus10 and preparing my brain for sponge mode http://yfrog.com/2mchzpj 12:09 PM Jul 20th via Twitterrific Reply Retweet 8. helmitch

Walking across the sydney harbour bridge on my way to #kmaus10 . Cloudy, cool, chance of rain. Great view. 11:46 AM Jul 20th via mobile web Reply Retweet 9. p0lygl0tt

is at #kmaus10 this week 11:26 AM Jul 20th via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 10. DavidGurteen

KM Australia tweets - #kmaus10 http://bit.ly/aE5hlu #KM 9:21 AM Jul 20th via bitly Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 11. corza

Kicking the bucket again #kbucket @kbucket http://knowledgebucket.wik.is . Will be sharing the love #kmaus10 . See you there 3:07 AM Jul 20th via web at Reply Retweet 12. kdelarue

@helmitch See you#kmaus10 tomorrow! :-) 2:58 AM Jul 20th via TwitterGadget Reply Retweet 13. kdelarue

It's #kmaus10 tomorrow! 2:57 AM Jul 20th via TwitterGadget Reply Retweet 14. caikjaer

Hi all - do visit us at the Optimice booth (next to Ark Group) at #kmaus10 . 1:35 AM Jul 20th via web Reply Retweet 15. caikjaer

See you at #kmaus10 tomorrow? See you there... 1:32 AM Jul 20th via web Reply Retweet 16. Stonebridgesys

Looking forward to#kmaus10 tomorrow. Come and visit us at the solution hub! 11:51 PM Jul 19th via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 17. ausben

Looking forward to hearing about the KM Australia conference when my partner Michelle gets home #kmaus10 11:24 PM Jul 19th via web Reply Retweet

18. knowablekate

See you team at#kmaus10 tomorrow - dinner Wednesday sounds good too.. 10:19 PM Jul 19th via web Reply Retweet 19. lukegrange

So excited about attending#kmaus10 tomorrow in Sydney. On my way to airport now. 9:58 PM Jul 19th via Twitterrific Reply Retweet 20. miladyred

Wine o'clock and all is well. Okay well enough. Roll on #kmaus10 1. helmitch

Awaiting flight to Sydney. Off to#kmaus10 - muchly excited! :-) 8:49 PM Jul 19th via mobile web Reply Retweet 2. fi_seal

Won't be at #kmaus10 this year, but will be checking the twitterfeed. Hopefully more tweeting than last yr 12:13 PM Jul 19th via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 3. kdelarue

At Qantas Club MEL, en route to#kmaus10 . Still have spare slots for Sydney meetings this afternoon, if anyone would like to catch up... 12:07 PM Jul 19th via web Reply Retweet 4. Metaphorage

Stan Garfield at #KMLF - looking forward to hearing Stan at #KMaus10 on his other experiences to draw on other aspects of collaboration 11:28 PM Jul 18th via Twitter for iPhone Reply Retweet 5. Metaphorage

A big thank you to the ARK Group Australia - organisers of #KMaus10 - for supporting Stan Garfields visit to Melbourne for #KMLF 5:53 PM Jul 18th via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 1 Retweet 6. Metaphorage

Just arrived back in Melbourne to host #KMLF tonight with Stan Garfield on his Communities Manifesto, then off to Sydney 4 #KMaus10 tomorrow 5:51 PM Jul 18th via TweetDeck Reply Retweet 7. kdelarue

@michellelamb @miladyred Looking forward to catching up at #kmaus10 . Dinner both nights sounds good to me! 3:16 PM Jul 18th via web in reply to michellelamb Reply Retweet 8. michellelamb

few of us catching up for dinner on both nights will have to join us dm your no RT @miladyred: @michellelamb When do you get in#kmaus10 ? 3:13 PM Jul 18th via HootSuite to Reply Retweet 9. miladyred

@michellelamb When do you get in to#kmaus10 ? We should grab a drink