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First Knowledge Management Convention for Durban
EThekwini Municipality in partnership with Knowledge Management South Africa (KMSA) is hosting its' first Knowledge Management Master Class and Convention from 13-15 August 2019 at the Durban ICC. 

Day 1 of the Convention focussed on a Master Class on “Leveraging the 4th Industrial Revolution: KM Systems to meet Africa’s Sustainable Development Goals. 

Mr KC Chauke, Chairperson of KSMA welcomed delegates to the Master Class.
"EThekwini's Municipal Institute of Learning is hosting their first Master Class in partnership with KMSA for the first time outside Gauteng. It aims to ensure that knowledge is shared and it is applied. KMSA is a society for knowledge management professionals who are passionate about moving their discipline forward in their organisations while investing in themselves," said Chauke. 
EThekwini Municipal Academy, Chief Learning Officer, Dr Mpilo Ngubane officially opened the Master Class. "There is no better time to take knowledge than now. As it is women month it is important for women to excel in their skills and women to be aware of the technological change that is happening in South Africa, emphasised Dr Ngubane. 

During his address Dr Ngubane stressed that innovation, knowledge sharing and multi stakeholder partnerships are key for developing countries to unlock the potential of 4IR and progress towards achieving the SDG’s. 

"How we embrace and adapt to the coming technological changes will determine whether they meet the promise of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. At the heart of the goals is a commitment to ensure that ‘no one is left behind’ and that no goal is considered met unless met for all," ​said Dr Ngubane. 

Monique van Wyk from ChangeVerve explained how to to deal with human behaviour, she motivated participants highlighting key aspects on how to manage their behaviour in the workplace and the impact of culture behaviour. 

Dr Shawn Cunningham from Mesopartner facilitated Master Class on Unlocking Knowledge to Enable the Culture of Innovation. Dr Cunningham mentioned three levels of innovation i.e. Product or Service, Process or System and Business model/Organisational model​. 

"Embracing tacit knowledge in organisations creates opportunities to share, reflect and encourage the creation of concepts, models, ideas and prototypes,” said Dr Cunningham. 

Delegates spent the afternoon engaged with Mr Mpumi Nhlapo from Black Brain Pictures who shared his thoughts on accelerated learning and Knowledge Management through digital story telling. They were given an opportunity to create their own podcast and present it to the audience. 

Participants will spend the next two days of the KMSA Convention discussing pertinent developments in Knowledge Management in terms of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

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Download presentations below:


 KMSA Convention 2019

Day 1- Dr Shawn Cunningham.pdf
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Day 1-Mpumi Nhlapo.pdf
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Day 1-Paul Mullon.pdf
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Day 2.1-MPUMI NHLAPO .pdf
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Day 2.2-Dr Mayashree Chinsamy.pdf
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Day 2.3-Paul Mullon.pdf
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Day 2.4-Xolani Dube.pdf
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Day 2.7-Rethabile Ntlatleng.pdf
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Day 2.8-Fezile Njokweni.pdf
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Day 3.1- Ennie Chipembere Chikwema.pdf
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Day 3.2-Dr Shawn Cunningham.pdf
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Day 3.3- KM Professionalization.pdf
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Day 3.4-Retha Prinsloo.pdf
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Day 3.6-KM Standards.pdf
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