KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SOCIETY, Singapore

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We are a non-profit organisation dedicated to lead and serve Knowledge Management (KM) Professionals in Singapore through the provision of access to KM resources. These include academic and practitioner expertise, via face-to-face and online discussions, seminars, workshops and conferences.

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Knowledge Ready Organisation (KRO), started in 2015 as an assessment that was meant to evaluate how well organisations were on their KM journey.

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Why 'Managing Knowledge'​ is a revolutionary idea!

Yes, you read it right! ‘Managing knowledge’ or the more popular term ‘Knowledge Management’ is a revolutionary idea

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by Dr. Randhir Pushpa

Founder and Chief Consultant, ACIES Innovations - Knowledge Management consulting firm

Our events

Upcoming events

    • 28 Aug 2020
    • 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (UTC+08:00)
    • Zoom
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    KMSG2020

    The Next Decade

    Our third part of the KM Conference series of Zoominars

    Title : The Psychology of Knowledge Sharing 

    Date: 28th Aug 2020
    Time: 1500H – 1600H ( GMT +8)

    Via Zoom

    Synopsis -

    Nirmala will share with us on the the psychology of knowledge sharing and how it can be leveraged to create collaborative organisations. 

    Join Nirmala as she shares on how several KM professionals perceive the KM functions to be comprising of three key components: Culture, Process and Technology. Professionals with significant experience are likely to agree that the most neglected and yet challenging component from among the three is building an organisational culture in which knowledge sharing is ubiquitous, encouraged , effective and celebrated ( emerging from a foundation of trust and respect )

    It is, arguably, easier to demonstrate and discuss ideas related to process and tools, as they are tangible and measurable. However, to build a culture in which knowledge sharing thrives calls for understanding the human psyche, to start with. It is, subsequently, essential to understand how change can be ushered in which the active and enthusiastic participation of the collective workforce.

    This sharing session introduces and investigates a framework of the human psyche that’s based on intentions. It goes on to briefly analyse the implications for knowledge managers who would like to see the business benefitting due to effective knowledge sharing and collaboration.

    • 11 Sep 2020
    • 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (UTC+08:00)
    • ZOOM

    KMSG2020 Webinar series -The worst Knowledge Manager in History

    11 Sep 2020, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM @ ZOOM

    KMSG2020

    The Next Decade

    Title : The Worst Knowledge Manager in History 

    Sep 11 2020

    Time: 1500H – 1600H ( GMT +8)

    Prof Lee Chu Keong 

    A chemical engineer by training, and Prof Lee has diverse teaching experience accumulated since he began teaching in 1991. In the Wee Kim Wee School, he has so far, taught in two programmes, namely, the Master of Science (Information Studies) and Master of Science (Knowledge Management). 

    Currently the programme director for the Master of Science (Knowledge Management) and the Master of Science (Information Studies) programmes. He has diverse interest, having taught in various modules in both programmes -- Music and Art Libraries; Science and Technology Sources and Services; Management and Business Sources and Services; Sources and Searching; Foundations of Knowledge Management; and Information and Knowledge Assets.

    Teaching is something he enjoys doing very much, and at KMS we have all experienced how Prof Lee is a  “natural” and “authentic” in front of the audience. 


    Join Prof Lee as he guides us nto the next decade 




    • 25 Sep 2020
    • 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (UTC+08:00)
    • Zoom


    KMSG2020

    The Next Decade

    Title : to be updated 

    Time: 1500H – 1600H ( GMT +8)

    Via Zoom 


    Jillian Kane Bhambhani

    A Certified KM Professional with 25+ years of experience (private/public sector). Being a custodian of knowledge & information at an early stage in my career, Jillian believes that knowledge is truly the one resource that multiplies, with benefits, when shared. With this attitude and passion, she has successfully led teams to find and implement creative KM solutions/programmes focused on business initiatives & new regulations. KM has found a more defined importance in the business world with new regulations and expectations. Working with clients to make them compliant within their business goals with robust KM programmes focused on clients’ organizations and the new business environments.

    A Senior Consultant with Knowledge Associates Group of Companies. A group of extraordinary Consultants located in the UK, Australia, Japan, Hong Kong, India, Russia, USA and Brazil, working on KM projects, national and international. Jillian's recent notable project was an evaluation of knowledge management practices by the OIOS, International Atomic Energy Agency Vienna. This assessment was done using the recently published ISO 30401 KM Standard as a guiding framework.

    she has also conducted customised strategic KM workshops to build knowledge process & capacities and  co-authored papers on best practices for collaboration & KM implementation.

    • 09 Oct 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (UTC+08:00)
    • ZOOM

    KMSG2020 Webinar series - Values driven Leadership in the next decade

    9 OCT 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM @ ZOOM  

     

    KMSG2020

    The Next Decade

    Title : Values driven Leadership in the next decade

    Time: 1200H – 1300H ( GMT +8)

    Dr. Reetha Raveendran has almost eighteen years of experience in higher education administration in the United States. Throughout her career she has been a champion of ethical organisational culture within the division of student affairs.  During her tenure she has provided leadership and oversight to areas such as residential life, Greek Life, student activities, leadership development, LGBTQIA and inclusion, civic engagement, athletics, multicultural affairs, career services, health, wellness, and counselling as well as enrolment management. 

    Dr. Raveendran has spent most of her time working at private liberal arts institutions in the Midwest, Australia and Singapore. Currently, she is the Director of Student Affairs at the University of Michigan’s Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning where she is the chief student affairs officer and provides leadership and oversight to the Student Services Team.

    Reetha has a doctorate in leadership studies from Bowling Green State University, MEd in Higher Education Administration and a BA in Linguistics from the University of Oklahoma.



    Synopsis

    Reetha will share how it is important for people, who gather in a particular place every day to work together in an organised system to realise the organization’s goals, to be driven by values that align with their own. We will discuss the six values perspectives through which we perceive and express ourselves as leaders and followers within an organization. We will explore how these perspective change over time and across cultures.


    • 23 Oct 2020
    • 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (UTC+08:00)
    • ZOOM


    KMSG2020

    The Next Decade

    Our second part of the KM Conference series of Zoominars

    Title : To be confirmed 

    Time: 1500H – 1600H ( GMT +8)

    Via Zoom

    Synopsis -

    Brandon 


    • 06 Nov 2020
    • 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM (UTC+08:00)
    • Zoom


    KMSG2020

    The Next Decade

    Our second part of the KM Conference series of Zoominars

    Title : To be confirmed 

    Time: 1500H – 1600H ( GMT +8)

    Via Zoom

    Synopsis -

    Michael Hill



    • 20 Nov 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (UTC+08:00)
    • Zoom


    KMSG2020


    The Next Decade

    Our eighth part of the KM Conference series of Zoominars

    Title : Technology opportunities & challenges for KM in the coming decade

    Time: 1500H – 1600H ( GMT +8)

    Via Zoom

    Synopsis -

    The working life of almost everyone has been suddenly disrupted by Covid-19, but this has often just accelerated technology trends that have been under way for some time. This talk will take a KM perspective on everything from working at home, to Office 365 and AI, sharing one view of we can make the most of the opportunities to come as KM professionals.

    James Robertson

    James is the founder of Step Two, a digital employee experience and digital workplace consultancy based in Australia. He's been involved in KM for two decades, and is the author of the books "Essential Intranets" and "Designing Intranets". He's keynoted conferences around the globe.


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