How can better knowledge and information management benefit your organisation? The Information & Knowledge Management for Effective Decision Making conference will explore how to improve upon an existing culture of knowledge-sharing, strategically manage information & knowledge as assets and to use technology to leverage corporate knowledge.
Key takeaways include
- Identify, share & prioritise knowledge needs across your organisation
- Demonstrate the benefits of IM & KM to the wider business
- Improve decision making with effective IM & KM
- Increase organisational awareness of the importance of effective KM
- Develop organisational agility through successful IM & KM strategies
- Realise required resources for Artificial Intelligence in KM
Representatives from the public sector, including universities and healthcare, with responsibility for:
- Chief Information Officers
- Knowledge & Information Officers
- Knowledge Management
- Information Management
Attend to learn:
- Develop a knowledge-sharing culture to improve decision making
- Demonstrate benefits of IM & KM to gain organisational buy-in
- Measure the impact of IM & KM strategies
- Effectively use technology for improved IM & KM outcomes
- CASE STUDY: Embedding Knowledge in business systems
- Using technology to leverage corporate knowledge
- Knowledge Management & Technology
- KM & AI SHOWCASE: Decision making with Artificial Intelligence & Knowledge Management in Healthcare
- Artificial Intelligence – the natural evolution for Knowledge Management?
Australian Tax Office
Tasman is an Information Manager at the Australian Taxation Office. He leads a team of professionals writing internal policy and providing specialist advice to the ATO’s business areas, helping them use the ATO’s information principles to administer Australia’s tax and superannuation system.
Tasman is a Certified Information Professional with an MBA, BA (Political Science & History), Cert IV Small Business Management, and an employment history across the private, political, and public sectors. Since joining the ATO he has worked across the information services teams, including Records Management, the ATO Library, and the Information Management team. Tasman is interested in helping organisations align their information assets and corporate knowledge with their broader strategic goals.
NSW Department of Justice
The Open Government, Information and Privacy functional group is led by Director, Jodie Cobbin. Jodie Cobbin was appointed as the Director, Open Government, Information and Privacy in September 2016. Jodie is also a former NSW Police Force superintendent and served as a sworn police officer for over 28 years and as a police prosecutor for 17 years. She holds a Diploma of Law, a Graduate Certificate in Applied Management and Graduate Diploma in Applied Leadership.
Sheryl is a senior information management professional with a background in delivering Information Governance to organisations in both the private and government sectors. In 2010, the project she led was awarded the J Eddis Linton Award for excellence and innovation in records management (a RIMPA award). A further program Sheryl led was a finalist for the same award in 2014. She currently works across the NSW government and business sectors.
Sheryl holds qualifications in librarianship and records management, plus recently completed a Master of Business Administration (MBA). Her MBA thesis was on the journey from records management to information governance for organisations. In addition to regular conference presentations, for five years Sheryl was also a lecturer at RMIT University in records management and archives administration including creation of the online course for this program.
South Australian Government Financing Authority
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