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By: CFA News

Category: Honours & Awards

  1.59 PM 31 October, 2014

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Hot on the heels of receiving the 2014 AFAC/Motorola Award, CFA has achieved a Silver Award from actKM.

This Forum is a not-for-profit learning community dedicated to building and sharing knowledge about knowledge management, and contributing to improved organisational performance through effective management of knowledge and information resources.

actKM aims to provide an environment where members can create and share knowledge about both public and private sector knowledge management issues. The community base has grown to over 1000, comprising public sector, private sector and academics that have an interest in knowledge management. The Forum also has a strong international representation with members from Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States, New Zealand, India, Singapore, France and the Philippines.

Each year, actKM judges awards to organisations or individuals that have made significant achievements in organisational capability, performance or sustainability through the application of knowledge-based projects or activities.

All Australian-based public, private and not-for-profit organisations were invited to submit submissions for consideration. A panel of judges selected from a broad range of industry groups and with a broad range of experience in knowledge management, assessed CFA’s submission.

In conveying the Silver Award, the actKM Convenor notes the award “recognises the extensive foundation and strategies that the CFA has established to improve the capability of the organisation to capture, enhance and leverage its organisational capital”.

Below is a copy of the award. Members interested in obtaining a copy of CFA’s submission or learning more on its approach to knowledge and innovation should contact Bernie Marshall at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Pat Hunter at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Last Updated: 31 October 2014