AuSKM, as part of our role in the KM Global Network, has acquired the URL www.kmbok.net with the intent of establishing a location for an open source Knowledge Management Body of Knowledge.
Plenty of people say that writing a tome on KM is not KM, and they are right.
So what sort of online artifact could be assembled that would provide a supportable, authentic and contemporary resource to practitioners, students, academics and people new to the practice? Thanks to Cory Banks and the Bucketeers, the Knowledge Bucket has been a valuable resource for many of us. It's now time to take that 'pilot' and explore how we might define the requirements for a broader resource.
We are going to employ a Human Centred Design approach to determining a set of requirements, and we are looking at running this workshop in some of the other capital cities.
The workshop will be followed by dinner out for those who would like to come along and continue the discussion, wherever that may go!
A gold coin donation for nibbles would be appreciated.
Date and Time
National Archive of Australia
Queen Victoria Terrace
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory 2600