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Richard Vines <plessons@...>
 

Hi,

 

I am scheduled to present at this month’s SIKM leaders call.

 

Sometime ago, I originally volunteered to present on an extended developmental project sponsored by an Australian State (State of Victoria) government to investigate opportunities for “burden reduction” – a powerpoint presentation on this from 2010 available here.

 

However, I have subsequently wondered if this project is too specialised to be of interest to this SIKM group?

 

An alternative would be to engage in reflective discussion of a start-up KM project within the Victorian Government’s Department of Primary Industries. One of the contexts of this reflection would be Australia’s National R, D and E framework promulgated through the Primary Industries Ministerial Council. My preference would be frame this as feedback type conversation so as to focus on some of the dilemmas and challenges I / we have faced.

 

I am not promoting this March call – rather just seeking any general feedback on the sorts of things that people have found most useful or interesting so that I can take this into account. Stan suggested I send this.

 

So, if you feel inclined any feedback about what might be of interest (from the above two suggestions) or any other feedback from the past year or so would be helpful.

 

Cheers,

 

Richard Vines

(KM Specialist

Department of Primary Industries

Victoria, Australia)

 

 

 

 

 

 

From: Stan Garfield [mailto:stangarfield@...]
Sent: Wednesday, 22 February 2012 6:36 AM
To: Richard Vines
Subject: Re: FW: [sikmleaders] Re: Case studies

 

Hi, Richard,

 

This is a reminder that you are scheduled to present on next month's SIKM Leaders call:

2012-03-20

Richard Vines

Industry – university boundary role project: using a knowledge approach to regulatory burden reduction


To prepare, upload your presentation to SlideShare and send me the link.  Check the timezone difference - the time of the call is 11:00 a.m. USA EDT.  Note that the US will be on Daylight Savings Time, so take this into account.

 

Many thanks for presenting.  If you have questions, just let me know.

 

Regards,

Stan

 

 

 

 

 

 


Curtis A. Conley
 

Hi Richard,

I could actually go either way. I'd be interested in hearing more about the first topic, but at the same time, would enjoy learning more about/discussing the start-up KM project as well.

I realize that isn't terribly helpful if you're trying to make a decision on which to present, but I think both would make for interesting topics.

Best,
Curtis

--- In sikmleaders@yahoogroups.com, "Richard Vines" <plessons@...> wrote:

Hi,



I am scheduled to present at this month's SIKM leaders call.



Sometime ago, I originally volunteered to present on an extended
developmental project sponsored by an Australian State (State of Victoria)
government to investigate opportunities for "burden reduction" - a
powerpoint presentation on this from 2010 available
<http://www.melbourneknowledgesummit.com/Portals/14/presentations/Wed_217_14
45_Vines.pdf> here.



However, I have subsequently wondered if this project is too specialised to
be of interest to this SIKM group?



An alternative would be to engage in reflective discussion of a start-up KM
project within the Victorian Government's Department of Primary Industries.
One of the contexts of this reflection would be
<http://www.daff.gov.au/agriculture-food/innovation/national-primary-industr
ies> Australia's National R, D and E framework promulgated through the
<http://test.directory.gov.au/directory?ea5_lf99_120.&&ou%3DPrimary%20Indust
ries%20Ministerial%20Council%2Cou%3DOther%20Portfolio%20Bodies%5C%2C%20Commi
ttees%5C%2C%20Boards%20and%20Councils%2Co%3DAgriculture%5C%2C%20Fisheries%20
and%20Forestry%2Co%3DPortfolios%2Co%3DCommonwealth%20of%20Australia%2Cc%3DAU
Primary Industries Ministerial Council. My preference would be frame this
as feedback type conversation so as to focus on some of the dilemmas and
challenges I / we have faced.



I am not promoting this March call - rather just seeking any general
feedback on the sorts of things that people have found most useful or
interesting so that I can take this into account. Stan suggested I send
this.



So, if you feel inclined any feedback about what might be of interest (from
the above two suggestions) or any other feedback from the past year or so
would be helpful.



Cheers,



Richard Vines

(KM Specialist

Department of Primary Industries

Victoria, Australia)













From: Stan Garfield [mailto:stangarfield@...]
Sent: Wednesday, 22 February 2012 6:36 AM
To: Richard Vines
Subject: Re: FW: [sikmleaders] Re: Case studies



Hi, Richard,



This is a reminder that you are scheduled to present on next month's SIKM
Leaders call:


2012-03-20

Richard Vines

Industry - university boundary role project: using a knowledge approach to
regulatory burden reduction


To prepare, upload your presentation to SlideShare and send me the link.
Check the timezone difference - the time of the call is 11:00 a.m. USA EDT.
Note that the US will be on Daylight Savings Time, so take this into
account.



Many thanks for presenting. If you have questions, just let me know.



Regards,

Stan


Lee Romero
 

Hi Richard - for what it's worth, your second topic sounds of more interest to me.

Thanks
Lee


On Sun, Mar 4, 2012 at 3:35 AM, Richard Vines <plessons@...> wrote:


Hi,

 

I am scheduled to present at this month’s SIKM leaders call.

 

Sometime ago, I originally volunteered to present on an extended developmental project sponsored by an Australian State (State of Victoria) government to investigate opportunities for “burden reduction” – a powerpoint presentation on this from 2010 available here.

 

However, I have subsequently wondered if this project is too specialised to be of interest to this SIKM group?

 

An alternative would be to engage in reflective discussion of a start-up KM project within the Victorian Government’s Department of Primary Industries. One of the contexts of this reflection would be Australia’s National R, D and E framework promulgated through the Primary Industries Ministerial Council. My preference would be frame this as feedback type conversation so as to focus on some of the dilemmas and challenges I / we have faced.

 

I am not promoting this March call – rather just seeking any general feedback on the sorts of things that people have found most useful or interesting so that I can take this into account. Stan suggested I send this.

 

So, if you feel inclined any feedback about what might be of interest (from the above two suggestions) or any other feedback from the past year or so would be helpful.

 

Cheers,

 

Richard Vines

(KM Specialist

Department of Primary Industries

Victoria, Australia)

 

 

 

 

 

 

From: Stan Garfield [mailto:stangarfield@...]
Sent: Wednesday, 22 February 2012 6:36 AM
To: Richard Vines
Subject: Re: FW: [sikmleaders] Re: Case studies

 

Hi, Richard,

 

This is a reminder that you are scheduled to present on next month's SIKM Leaders call:

2012-03-20

Richard Vines

Industry – university boundary role project: using a knowledge approach to regulatory burden reduction


To prepare, upload your presentation to SlideShare and send me the link.  Check the timezone difference - the time of the call is 11:00 a.m. USA EDT.  Note that the US will be on Daylight Savings Time, so take this into account.

 

Many thanks for presenting.  If you have questions, just let me know.

 

Regards,

Stan

 

 

 

 

 

 





Steve Kaukonen
 

Richard – the powerpoint deck feels very academic.  I felt my mind wander from time to time looking at how much content was there and the theoretical aspects and all the diagrams.  I think I’m going to go with Lee and go with the second option.

 

Steve

 


 

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From: sikmleaders@... [mailto:sikmleaders@...] On Behalf Of Lee Romero
Sent: Thursday, March 15, 2012 12:39 PM
To: sikmleaders@...
Subject: Re: FW: FW: [sikmleaders] Re: Case studies

 

 

Hi Richard - for what it's worth, your second topic sounds of more interest to me.

 

Thanks

Lee

On Sun, Mar 4, 2012 at 3:35 AM, Richard Vines <plessons@...> wrote:

 

Hi,

 

I am scheduled to present at this month’s SIKM leaders call.

 

Sometime ago, I originally volunteered to present on an extended developmental project sponsored by an Australian State (State of Victoria) government to investigate opportunities for “burden reduction” – a powerpoint presentation on this from 2010 available here.

 

However, I have subsequently wondered if this project is too specialised to be of interest to this SIKM group?

 

An alternative would be to engage in reflective discussion of a start-up KM project within the Victorian Government’s Department of Primary Industries. One of the contexts of this reflection would be Australia’s National R, D and E framework promulgated through the Primary Industries Ministerial Council. My preference would be frame this as feedback type conversation so as to focus on some of the dilemmas and challenges I / we have faced.

 

I am not promoting this March call – rather just seeking any general feedback on the sorts of things that people have found most useful or interesting so that I can take this into account. Stan suggested I send this.

 

So, if you feel inclined any feedback about what might be of interest (from the above two suggestions) or any other feedback from the past year or so would be helpful.

 

Cheers,

 

Richard Vines

(KM Specialist

Department of Primary Industries

Victoria, Australia)

 

 

 

 

 

 

From: Stan Garfield [mailto:stangarfield@...]
Sent: Wednesday, 22 February 2012 6:36 AM
To: Richard Vines
Subject: Re: FW: [sikmleaders] Re: Case studies

 

Hi, Richard,

 

This is a reminder that you are scheduled to present on next month's SIKM Leaders call:

2012-03-20

Richard Vines

Industry – university boundary role project: using a knowledge approach to regulatory burden reduction


To prepare, upload your presentation to SlideShare and send me the link.  Check the timezone difference - the time of the call is 11:00 a.m. USA EDT.  Note that the US will be on Daylight Savings Time, so take this into account.

 

Many thanks for presenting.  If you have questions, just let me know.

 

Regards,

Stan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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