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Thank you April, Kate & Nancy,
for sharing this research and encouraging/including collaboration to extend the insights. I will add some ideas over the year end break and look forward to the final version.
On the topic of sharing knowledge insights...
Last week AuSKM (Australian Society for KM) hosted their annual Knowledge Awards granting three platinum awards for collaborative initiatives generating/sharing knowledge for social benefits:
Real KM Magazine
Fantastic KM resource founded by Stephen Bounds and curated my Bruce Boyes. Please support them if you can, so this resource remains for us all.
A stay safe initiative addressing family violence challenges. This research is informing government policy and actions on family violence matters.
A volunteer based service providing real time data on COVID statistics. The website is comprehensive for Australia, updated each morning and seen internationally as THE reference source for Australia (including by Johns Hopkins University in preference to Government sites).
As you can see, these are excellent examples of knowledge initiatives - in which the sharing of insights informs decisions and guides actions to generate value for many.
Best wishes to all SIKM Leaders members from the "Downunder KMers". I hope your year end break brings some relaxation with family & friends and 2021 opens up opportunities for your knowledge to be applied in creative ways to drive innovative projects and generate value.
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On 23 Dec 2020, at 07:18, Katrina Pugh <katrinabpugh@...> wrote:
Hello, SIKM Leaders
At KM World last month, Aprill Allen, Nancy Dixon and I presented on the SIKM diversity project that over 30 SIKM’ers have been undertaking since last year. At KM World, we ended with a request (which I sent below): Share your measures for value, inclusivity, welcoming-ness, and appreciativeness of a community.
Please would you share your ideas to add to the Blueprint? (Please just jot them down in this Google doc.):
Happy holidays, wherever you are!
Aprill Allen, Nancy Dixon, Kate Pugh
President | AlignConsulting | Collaboration, Analytics and Strategy
Faculty | Columbia University | Information and Knowledge Strategy Master of Science Program
On Nov 26, 2020, at 8:53 AM, Katrina Pugh via groups.io <katrinabpugh@...> wrote:
Last week's KM World Connect was tremendously fun, with SIKM'ers from all over the globe. This was a reunion for which I am thankful on this day of thanksgiving. As Stan mentioned, Aprill Allen, Nancy Dixon and I shared SIKM's gender and diversity research. Over 30 SIKM'ers contributed over the last year, and many more have engaged in the Blueprint since May.
After describing the data and insights on diversity and bias, we presenters shared three case studies of communities embracing difference: Company Command (Nancy), Intel Enterprise Architects (Kate), and Australian Center for Social Innovation (Aprill).
REQUEST FOR YOU:
Often we don't really measure what we think we are, and diversity and inclusion are no exceptions.
Please share how you know if your CoP is inclusive, appreciative, welcoming and valuable. Please add your ideas to the open google doc. here:
Happy Thanksgiving, all!
AlignConsulting | Collaboration AI and Strategy
Columbia University | Info and Knowledge Strategy Master's Program Faculty
If you registered for last week's KMWorld Connect virtual conference, you can view the recordings of most sessions until March 1, 2021.
Here is the list of speakers.
Here are the sessions related to SIKM:
- SIKM Meetup
- C404 - Gender & Diversity in Communities - In November 2019 the SIKM Leaders Community of Practice (CoP) started on a self-study on gender and diversity. As a successful 20-year-old entity with more than 900 members worldwide, SIKM is the go-to community for anyone interested in the KM profession. Yet, in a series of posts, we uncovered fissures in the way women and newer members experienced the CoP. Preliminary diversity statistics were alarming, so action was taken: convening a series of focus groups to learn more about the members and their journeys, reading research on gender bias, studying CoP literature and defining an SIKM Blueprint that was not just inclusive, but intentional in the way it guided how we converse, share experiences, and innovate. The SIKM Blueprint, and the ongoing work led by the community champions, has broadened the SIKM Leaders' reach, engagement modalities, and impact.