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London workshop update

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —January 15, 2009
Filed in Events

Dates and costs for the London workshops this June have been announced. Check out the workshop details here.

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Merry Christmas

Posted by  Mark Schenk —December 24, 2008
Filed in Events, Fun

Well 2008 has been a hectic year for most of us. So now is the time to take some well-deserved time off and spend some time with family and friends. We have worked with some great people during the year and to all of our friends, colleagues and clients, we say thank you. Best wishes […]

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Knowledge management for the experienced practitioner

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —November 21, 2008
Filed in Events

Next year I will be giving a couple of presentations at the Ark Group’s conference, KM for the Experienced Practitioner. It will be in my home town of Melbourne and I’m looking forward to catching up with everyone. On the first day of the conference, at 2pm, I’ll describe one of our business narrative projects […]

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In-house workshops instead of a public program

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —November 20, 2008
Filed in Events

For four years Anecdote has delivered a range of innovative public workshops on topics including storytelling for business leaders, building a collaborative workplace and business narrative techniques. For a range of reasons, we’ve decided to stop running public workshops and instead we will focus on delivering these workshops in-house. We believe this move will result […]

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Workshops in 2009

Posted by  chandni —November 11, 2008
Filed in Business storytelling, Events

If creating a great place to work is on your agenda or you need to get people on board, here’s what might help you put a plan in place or get your team ready: Find and tell great stories Create opportunities for people to collaborate Use stories to deliver meaningful change and engagement Check out our […]

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Building a Collaborative Workplace workshops in November

Posted by  chandni —October 29, 2008
Filed in Events

We’re running our last workshops for 2008 this month. If you’re interested in coming along to our Building a Collaborative Workplace workshop, the dates are: Perth: November 5 Sydney: November 26

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Anecdote turns four

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —August 11, 2008
Filed in Events

Today is Anecdote’s fourth birthday. Hip hip hooray! Wow, where did those years go? I still clearly remember going to the ASIC office four years ago to register our business name, a name we really couldn’t believe was still available. I guess we started just before business narrative became popular. Thanks to everyone we’ve worked […]

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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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