This year's congress is putting the pieces together by addressing a range of crucial issues in the evolving discipline of knowledge management.
The expert panel of speakers will share successful strategies and initiatives that have actually made a difference in their organisations.
Felicity McNish of Woods Bagot will present 'Mobile knowledge management: dealing with tools in the wild':- Understanding how mobile devices are impacting on the access and sharing of knowledge- Managing the storage of knowledge and information on third- party devices- Developing a strategic framework for mobile knowledge management
With the world’s leading information and knowledge management professionals all under one roof, the KM Australia 2012 Congress is the definitive source for KM business generation.
Full program details can be viewed on the KM Australia website.