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Blogging and tweeting from the recent HKKMS Conference in Hong Kong

Posted to Gurteen Knowledge-Log by David Gurteen on 4 April 2010



Blogging and tweeting from the recent HKKMS Conference in Hong Kong
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Knowledge LetterAppears in the Gurteen Knowledge Letter issue: 118
Posted DateSunday 4 April 2010 08:35 GDT
Posted ByDavid Gurteen
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CategoriesKnowledge Management
PeopleDave Snowden, David Gurteen, Eric Tsui , Karl Wiig, Kim Sbarcea , Larry Campbell , Max Boisot , Patrick Lambe , Rui Martins , Bill Proudfit 
CityHong Kong

I recently spoke at the HKKMS Conference in Hong Kong. Kim Sbarcea did a great job of blogging the conference and caught most speakers including my talk Making KM Projects Work. You can find my slides here.

Dave Snowden also posted an item on the conference and there was a lot of good tweeting going on mainly from Bill Proudfit. I also ran a post-conference Knowledge Cafe Masterclass - slides here and photos here. I am getting better all the time at capturing "people in conversation" but I really need to get a better camera that works well in low light conditions.

All in all, a very good conference with some excellent speakers but like most conferences I attend, it was no where near as interactive and participatory as I would liked to have seen it. I would love to see my "20:10:10" format as standard, that is 20 minutes presentation; 10 minutes conversation and 10 mins Q&A rather than 40:1 i.e. 40 minutes presentation and 1 minute for one rushed question and answer else the conference will overrun!

If you are interested in Knowledge Management, the Knowledge Café or the role of conversation in organizational life then you my be interested in this online book I am writing on Conversational Leadership
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