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Global Storytelling – Pangea Day

Posted by  chandni —May 7, 2008
Filed in Business storytelling, Events

May 10 is Pangea Day. A great opportunity to get inspired! Storytellers from all over the world will tell their stories about humanity to humanity. 24 short films have been selected (from the thousands submitted) based on their ability to inspire, transform, and help us see the world through another person’s eyes. Check out this […]

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Managing knowledge in not-for-profit organisations

Posted by  Mark Schenk —April 28, 2008
Filed in Collaboration, Events

actKM is again participating in the annual Information Awareness Month. This year, actKM is hosting a world cafe-style event on the topic of: ‘How can KM practices contribute to volunteer/community organisations?’ The event is in Canberra next Tuesday (6th May) and all the details are on the actKM blog. Nerida Hart and I will be […]

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Footprints in time

Posted by  Mark Schenk —April 8, 2008
Filed in Culture, Events

Chandni and I have just returned from the official launch of Footprints in Time, a longitudinal study of indigenous children designed to identify the things that contribute to indigenous children growing up to be strong and resilient. The project has been four years in the gestation, and it was launched by Jenny Macklin, Minister for […]

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Being healthy in Canberra

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —March 12, 2008
Filed in Collaboration, Events

One of our dear friends, Amanda Horne, is on a mission to improve the well being of Canberra residents. As a Canberran now living in Melbourne I can appreciate what Amanda is endeavouring to do. There is much stress among federal public servants because Kevin 07 has morphed into Kevin 24/7 (translation for our OS […]

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Last days to register for our narrative courses in Canberra and Melbourne

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —February 18, 2008
Filed in Events

Join organisations like IBM, AstraZeneca, National Australia Bank, BHP Billiton, The Treasury and Thiess and register for our Narrative Techniques for Business workshop in Melbourne next Wednesday 27th. To find out more and register click here. And next week (26th) in Canberra we will be running a workshop on how to tell better stories in […]

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Business storytelling training in Australia

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —February 6, 2008
Filed in Business storytelling, Events

Regular readers of our blog are well aware of the many storytelling, business narrative and community of practice workshop we run throughout the year. But if you have just found our site you can download our latest schedule of courses or visit our workshop page to see all the topics and dates. This month we […]

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Knowlege Management Workshops in Australia

Posted by  Krista Schmeling —December 7, 2007
Filed in Business storytelling, Events

We had a great day on Monday running our Narrative Techniques for Business workshop in Canberra. The venue overlooked Lake Burley Griffin and we had a fun group of people attend from within Canberra and interstate. I started at Anecdote in mid-October and one of the things I have been working on is our 2008 […]

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Business Narrative Workshop – 3 December

Posted by  Mark Schenk —November 12, 2007
Filed in Events

Over the years we have refined our one-day Narrative Techniques for Business workshop and have it to the point we are proud of both the workshop content and the materials we provide for participants. Our emphasis is on the practical application of business narrative techniques and our extensive project experience is used to bring the […]

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Patrick Lambe in Melbourne – The Vices and Virtues of Knowledge Management

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —September 27, 2007
Filed in Events

Friends of Anecdote are invited to join our colleagues in the Knowledge Management Leadership Forum and the KM Round Table to an evening seminar with visiting guest speaker Patrick Lambe. Patrick is President of the Information and Knowledge Management Society based in Singapore, and Founding Partner of Straits Knowledge, a research and consulting firm specialising […]

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Knowledge retention seminars

Posted by  Daryl Cook —August 23, 2007
Filed in Business storytelling, Events

We are running a series of breakfast seminars in the coming weeks, exploring the use of narrative techniques for knowledge retention. It will be a mini ‘road-trip’ for us that takes in Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney, and we’re all looking forward to sharing our experiences, good coffee and great conversations. There’s been an overwhelming response […]

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