Re: RealKM Magazine Award #awards
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Thank you for your patronage of RealKM Magazine and for your insights on the shift in awareness of knowledge over time.
Every contribution makes a difference – in both areas.
I agree that COVID has highlighted/reinforced the need for real time knowledge and open conversations about the actions to be taken as this knowledge emerges. This is what one of the AusKM awards went to Anthony Macali for his voluntary COVIDlive.com.au initiative to collate real time statistics and insights in COVID and share them quickly. This helped decisionmakers to be more informed when determining actions and strategy.
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From: main@SIKM.groups.io <main@SIKM.groups.io> On Behalf Of Richard Vines
Sent: Monday, 11 January 2021 3:27 PM
Subject: Re: [SIKM] RealKM Magazine Award
As a commitment to professional mutual support I would be pleased to donate $100 per annum for this Arther. If OK wiht you, could you circulate where I / we can follow this through (or email me personally).
By way of reflection, I now have carried the title of KM specialist in one governmental institution for over 10 years. To me, that seems extraordinary given the different discourses and narratives we now observe amongst ourselves, including with rise of the Real KM magazine.
Of course, my length of service does not necessarily equate to realising personal or professional ambitions. The rise of COVID related matters (and coincidently, my secondment into COVID work for one of our State Govt agencies) has been a sobering reminder to us all (and to me) that the world of phenological science knows no neat paradigmatic boundaries, in the same way as physics impacts bushfire behaviour. Whatever views we may or may not hold, we can but respect the impact of evolutionary science. I can but admire what our State Governments on the whole, here in Australia have done much to draw on subject matter experts to generate real-world policy responses in response to COVID in particular. And, I can but hugely emphathise with family and friends in the US and Britain in terms of what is happening there.
Here's hoping a new era might unfold in Australia in regard to climate and adaptations and that the US and Australia can continue to be great friends and confidants in these types of demanding global agenda.
All best for the new year.
On Mon, Jan 11, 2021 at 2:46 PM Arthur Shelley <arthur@...> wrote: