• 28 JUN 18
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    Knowledge Creation

                  Creating knowledge is an important part of the Information Lifecycle, but the information that goes into knowledge creation is often overlooked. Information can come from anywhere. It can come from conversations, media, technical papers, legal judgements, from industry reports or company information. But what is important is the

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    • 26 JUN 18
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    Basic Research Skills workshop – 5 July

    BASIC RESEARCH SKILLS WORKSHOP – SYDNEY – THURSDAY 5th JULY FEE REDUCTION:  Now $50+gst per person This workshop introduces the concept of research skills, why they are important and the skills themselves. Over 2.5 hours you will learn to; 1. Understand the importance of authoritative information. 2. Learn how to analyse what is really meant

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    • 22 JUN 18
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    Taxonomy – keeping the flow…

    Today I had an interesting conversation with a client about taxonomy. They have a client who is having trouble with their information flows and are trying to work out why. After discussing their problems for 10 mins I suggested that it could be that they don’t have a common language or vocabulary which means that

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    • 08 JUN 18
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    Valuing Information

                With the googlisation of the world, the currency (importance) of information is decreasing. People are happy to know that they can put a search term into Google and it can bring back 24,000 hits. Means that you are on the right track – you are getting the right information.

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