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Interactive Workshop Sept 23rd – From Barriers to Benefits with Better IM

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Your information is critical to the decisions that you make, the mix of services you provide, how you sell them, how you manage your risk, how you deliver and how you report. Information is the lifeblood of your organisation.  Join us for an interactive workshop which will show you how to;

  • Identify challenges, barriers and set goals for effective Information Management.
  • Map your initiative and understand your stakeholder’s requirements.
  • Engage with the right people at the right time to drive Information Management initiatives resulting in mutually beneficial outcomes.
  • Transform Information Management in your organisation.

Your workshop presenter is Karen White, a highly experienced leader in the public and private sectors, in particular local and state government and the health and education industries.  Karen has a passion for Knowledge Management which led to the development of the ‘Knowledge Management Effectiveness Model’, incorporating technology, for Local Government in South Australia.

Karen is a transformational leader having held senior positions in Local Government and Education. Karen is dedicated to understanding the customer experience and achieving the best possible solutions that are fit for purpose for the organisation.  Karen brings her expertise in technology together with her exceptional business, people and culture skills to provide high quality advice and outcomes for strategic direction and change.

Please join us for this valuable session and gain a better understanding of how to manage the information in your organisation for improved efficiency, customer service delivery and community engagement.

Booking Information:

Bookings must be made and paid via Try Booking.  Bookings close Wednesday 17th September. For bookings after the close off date contact Dale Chartres.

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