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Open Space Training in Melbourne

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —May 12, 2006
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Viv McWaters and Brian Bainbridge are running their marvelous Open Space training next week 16th – 18th here in Melbourne. As Viv says: You’ve heard about the process called Open Space Technology; maybe you’ve taken part in an Open Space meeting or conference and been intrigued; maybe you’re looking for alternative facilitation approaches that are […]

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Modelling Human Ecosystems with Agents

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —April 7, 2006
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Pascal Perez is running a short course in Canberra I thought you might like to know about. Here are the details: Modelling Human Ecosystems with Agents An Intensive Postgraduate Course:  June 19 – June 30, 2006. 9.30a.m. – 5.00p.m Course Convener: Dr Pascal Perez This course aims to introduce students to the principles and operation of […]

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Making social network analysis more social

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —April 3, 2006
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There sure is a lot of talk going on about Social Network Analysis. What you probably haven’t heard of however is a Sensemaking approach to Social Network Analysis. If you’re interested we’d like to invite you to attend a free 2 hour seminar with lunch included! This seminar will be held in the heart of Melbourne’s […]

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Last day for early birds

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —March 30, 2006
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Just a reminder that tomorrow is the last day for the early bird price for Starting and Sustaining Communities of Practice workshop. Either fax your registration form or give me a call.

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Observation: leaving things to the last minute

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —March 19, 2006
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Have you noticed that people seemed to leave more and more things to the last minute? There are some good reasons for a decision-delaying strategy. If the situation you are facing is uncertain, changing, and their are plenty of options and competing possibilities then one strategy is to just wait and see what happens. The […]

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Visit to Hong Kong and Singapore in February

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —January 16, 2006
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Mark and I are visiting Hong Kong and Singapore next month (20–22nd Feb in Singapore and 23–25 in Hong Kong) and we’re keen to meet with any of our blog readers. It would be great to meet you face to face. Just pop a comment here and we can tick tack on the email.

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We are running a narrative techniques workshops in New Zealand

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —December 15, 2005
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On the 15th and 16th of February 2006 we are running our popular Narrative techniques in practice in Auckland and Wellington. Here’s the brochure and registration form. It would be great to see you at the workshop and let me know if you want to meet up while I’m in New Zealand.

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One week to register for the narrative techniques workshops

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —October 31, 2005
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This is the last week before we run our narrative workshops in Sydney and Brisbane. If you want a really practical understanding of how to use narrative in knowledge management, culture change or any other business issue that is seemingly intractable then join us next week. To register just download the brochure, which is just […]

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ActKM Conference is next week

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —October 18, 2005
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This is the best KM conference in Australia because it consists of practitioners talking about how it is done – no vendor presentations. It’s a two day program with an excellent conference dinner—not to be missed. The conference theme is “MANAGING KNOWLEDGE FOR BETTER PERFORMANCE”. Let me know if you are going because I would […]

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Archetypes a seed for discussion

Posted by  Andrew Rixon —October 11, 2005
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We had a lot of fun in our Narrative Techniques workshop yesterday. It’s interesting how much discussion and enthusiasm is created when we start working on Archetypes… (The picture comes from the paper mentioned in our previous post on Mapping archetypes )

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