Corporate Sustainability and Knowledge Management (Corporate Sustainabi)

Venue: North Sydney Harbourview Hotel

Location: North Sydney, NSW, Australia

Event Date/Time: Apr 30, 2007 End Date/Time: May 01, 2007
Registration Date: Apr 29, 2007
Early Registration Date: Apr 02, 2007
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Australian companies are lagging behind their overseas counterparts in sustainability reporting. According to ‘The KPMG International Survey of Corporate Responsibility Reporting 2005’, the average rate of sustainability reporting across 16 countries was 41% compared with just 23% in Australia for the S&P/ASX 100.

In addition, the sustainability report by the Department of Environment & Heritage stated that foreign owned companies operating in Australia have a considerably higher rate of production of sustainability reporting than Australian companies. Knowledge Management can be used as a key tool to help organisations to develop an effective Sustainability Reporting and Development framework.

“Corporate Sustainability & Knowledge Management”, which takes place on 30th April - 1st May in Sydney, will show you how to:
* Build the business case for sustainability development
* Embrace your social and environmental responsibilities
* Demonstrate the key elements of successful sustainability reporting and identify where KM fits in the mix
* Explore the elements of a successful learning organisation
* Ensure your existing KM initiative contributes towards sustainability reporting requirements
* Gain a full understanding of Triple Bottom Line and Corporate Sustainability Reporting
* Understand the role of knowledge management in corporate sustainability
* Implement a sustainability model in your organisation

The master class will be led by Kim Sbarcea, a leading Knowledge Management figure, and Rui Martins, a Sustainability expert. Each session will contain a mix of group activities, case studies and the sharing of delegate experiences. You will be encouraged to actively take part in these exercises and contribute to peer and mentor-led discussion, so be prepared to participate!


Blue Street
North Sydney