KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SOCIETY (KMS), SINGAPORE

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Evening Talk: Value Networks & KM Adoption

  • 22 Jul 2008
  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Civil Service College, North Buona Vista Road

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Join us on July 22nd for an introduction to value network analysis and how it can be used to help a KM implementation as well as in stakeholder and partner management. We’ll be hearing from Dr Laurence Lock Lee, an expert in social and value network analysis, and working with the “Getting Management Buy-In” archetypes developed in 2006-7 with input from iKMS.

Schedule
6.30pm – Refreshments and networking
7.00pm – Laurie Lock Lee: Value Networks and Partnership
Scorecards for KM Adoption
7.30pm – Patrick Lambe: Introducing the “Getting Management Buy-In for KM” Archetypes
7.45pm – Workshop Activity: Using the Management Buy-In Archetypes to build a simulated value network & partnership scorecard
8.45pm – Close

Who should attend?
Managers responsible for knowledge and information management, managers responsible for outsourcing and partnerships, virtual teams and projects, IT managers
How can you bring value? By framing questions from your own situation that you can ask during the session

Value Network Analysis and the Partnership Scorecard
We now know that the “KM manager” within an organisation is usually struggling to find a home. Typically they could be in Information Management, HR/Organisational Management, IT, Corporate Services.
Wherever they are located there is no doubt that to be effective they will have to form effective partnerships with other KM stakeholders in the organisation. Value Network Analysis is a way of consciously recognizing
these partnership networks and the things that make them tick. The Partnership Scorecard is a way of capturing the intangible value flows in these networks so that they can be managed more effectively.

Dr Laurence Lock Lee is a founding partner of Optimice Pty Ltd, a consulting firm founded in 2004 specialising in facilitating the development of valuable business relationships at both individual, organisational and inter-organisational levels. Laurie is a well-known Australian expert in Knowledge Management. He is also one of Australia's leading practitioners in Social Network Analysis for organisational change. With many years of experience in different roles ranging from research to consulting, Laurie recently completed his PhD research on corporate social capital effects on share market performance. He was previously a Principal Consultant with Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC).
"Knowledge Management Society (KMS), Singapore" is a non-profit organisation.
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