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Connecting with senior audiences through gamification

The World Health Organisation estimates that people over 65 years of age are expected to constitute more than 25% of the total population by 2050. Christian Gossan, Director, KPMG International will look on how gamification can be used in addressing our assumptions about younger v older demographics through his session on: Connecting with senior audiences through gamification at:

You just can't talk the same to everyone anymore within commercial communications

Talking to the: GENERATIONS AUSTRALIA 2017
5-7 September 2017, Mantra Southbank, Melbourne
A 3-day separately bookable and comprehensive, hands-on forum, that will show you the new tools, rules, tricks and techniques.

Day One:
Youth & Parents
Multigenerational Marketing

Day Two:
Gen Y (1977-1994)
Gen Z (born after 1994)

Day Three:
Gen X (1965-1977)
Baby Boomers (1946-1964)

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Change Management, Employee Engagement & Internal Communication Forums for Queensland and NSW

These forums have received a tremendous response and the forums do have a seating capacity limit to keep the forums interactive

Creating Open Internal Communication and Organisational Change Days
25-26 October 2017, Novotel Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Each Day is Separately Bookable

The Organisational Open Garden: Australia 2017: Internal Communication and Employee Engagement
31 Oct - 2 Nov 2017, Novotel Sydney Central, Australia
The Latest Technologies, Methods and Wisdom to be Effective with the Shifting Landscape

Case studies, strategies and interactive sessions from:
Toll Group
World Vision
Australia Post
Engage & Grow
Victoria Police
SWOOP Analytics
Chubb Australasia
BPS Communications
The Change Agency
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu
Redgrass Communications
Hilton Manufacturing Pty Ltd
Moonee Valley City Council
Department of Premier and Cabinet
TransLink Division (Transport and Main Roads)
Cropley Communication & the Centre for Strategic Communication Excellence

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Bringing Clarity to Office 365 and SharePoint
The Essentials and Moving Forward
Tuesday, 5 December 2017, Novotel on Collins, Melbourne

A one day essential learning module that will get your organisation on the right path enterprise wide in using Office 365 and SharePoint

This working module will provide an interactive environment in which to explore some of the most popular and innovative tools and techniques associated with Office 365 and SharePoint. Through a unique combination of discussions, interactive elements and group exercises, delegates will learn how they can re-shape and successfully implement Office 365 and SharePoint within their organisation.

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Taronga Conservation Society Australia: Community Engagement and Community Conservation

Belinda Fairbrother, the Community Conservation Manager from Taronga Conservation Society Australia delivers an important case study on how to "Choose, champion and change everyday behaviours to support wildlife sustainability" at:

The Advancement of Community Engagement in the Australian Public Sector
Lessons Learnt and What's Next
19-20 September 2017, Rydges Sydney Central, Australia #engagegov

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The tools and methodologies that the NSW Department of Primary Industries use to support development and promote understanding in communities

Andrew Grocott, the Senior Community Engagement Officer from the NSW Department of Primary Industries will take you through the organisations cmmunication and engagement issues, managing relationships and resources and identifying, analysing and managing stakeholder relationships at:

The Advancement of Community Engagement in the Australian Public Sector
Lessons Learnt and What's Next
5-6 July 2017, Rydges Sydney Central, Australia #engagegov

The Forum Leaders for this Unique and Innovative day are:
Suzie Matthews, Director, Small Business Engagement, NSW Department of Industry
Carmel Johnson, Director, Goulburn Valley Health Foundation
Steven Kickbusch, Learning Design Consultant, Queensland University of Technology
Dr Nick Kelly, Senior Research Fellow, Queensland University of Technology
Andrew Grocott, Senior Community Engagement Officer, NSW Department of Primary Industries
Jeremy Scrivens, Director, The Emotional Economy at Work
Kylie Cochrane, Global Lead Community & Stakeholder Engagement, Aurecon Group
Colby Crane, State Lead Stakeholder Engagement, nbn™ Australia
Communication and Stakeholder Engagement, Roads and Maritime Services
Catherine Russell, Corporate Communications Manager, National Road and Transport Association

They will be giving strategies and case studies on:
New tools/ technologies/ trends
Approaches That Work
Approaches That Do Not Work
Key challenges and learnings
Sustaining engagement
Measuring and evaluating
Working collaboratively
Aligning engagement strategies

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Australian Government Social Media Toolkit 2017
1-2 May 2017, Mantra on Russell, Melbourne #agsm
Taking an Open and Hard Look at Where Social Media Is!
This is an On-Going Essential Exercise.

There are new and popular social media avenues that seem to open up every two months, and the current popular avenues Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, LinkedIn are constantly updating and creating new ways of application and ROI:


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The Australian Government and Preparing for a Social Media Crisis in Todays World #agsm #digitalgov #ausgov

Susan Bond, the Manager of Digital Communication at the Department of Justice and Regulation in Victoria has prepared her organisation and how they would react if a crisis started on social media, by running social media crisis simulations and she will talk about this in her session and give practical advice on preparing your organisation for a crisis at:

Australian Government Social Media Toolkit 2017
1-2 May 2017, Novotel on Collins, Melbourne #agsm
Taking an Open and Hard Look at Where Social Media Is!

The organisations involved in this years most innovative forum that delivers more are:
Parliament of Victoria
Bureau of Meteorology
Department of Justice and Regulation
Australia Post
Service NSW
Visit Victoria

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Knowledge Management Australia 2017 - #kmaus
NATO - Brussels, Dubai Police Force, ARUP, World Vision International, Stemke Consulting Group – USA, Tactical Training Group, Pacific, U.S. Navy—TACTRAGRUPAC, Singapore Power, The University of Sydney, Department of Defence, KPMG International, Intelligent Answers (Founder of The Organisational Zoo), SWOOP Analytics, Service NSW, Department of Immigration and Border Protection, Meyer Vandenberg Lawyers, Optimice Pty Ltd, National Indigenous Radio Service

Knowledge Management Australia began in 2004 and has attracted leaders from around globe.

Our expert panel of speakers will share successful strategies, case studies and initiatives that have made a difference in their organisations.
KM Australia 2017 will allow you to:
* Hear practical presentations from renowned international and Australian knowledge management experts
* Involve yourself in interactive exercises and debates
* Listen to practitioner case studies and be equipped with real life examples and strategies
* Participate in a range of networking, interaction and discussion opportunities in the unique conversational format

This years congress will keep an open atmosphere where you will learn a discussion areas such as:

Collaboration - Creation - Innovation - Retention - Knowledge Sharing - Contribution - Engagement - Global - Tools and Tech - Barriers to KM - Change - Agile
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