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Open evening in Auckland - MONDAY!

May 15, 2008

This coming Monday at 1730 (5.30pm for the luddites) the New Zealand Knowledge Management Society have arranged an open evening in Auckland. I am going to speak about Leadership (the Harvard Business Review Article) and also some of our current projects including narrative approaches to knowledge management, quantitative measures of impact (for Government and others), the use of Crews as an alternative to Communities of Practice (one of the latest methods) and anything else anyone wants to bring up! Its all been put together at short notice so any help in propagating the news would be welcome. Location and contact details below. If you want to attend let Paul know and he will advise location.

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