Making the intangible visible.

I recently had the opportunity to present some of my work at CFA to the Melbourne PowerBI Users Group.

This turned out to be a great night with over 70 people attending. You can watch the video below and I encourage you to check out the excellent Q&A session that took place in the second half.

If you have ever done work of this nature before, or even just wanted your boss to respect the value of the technical experts in your organisation, you will know that part of the difficulty comes in trying to measure and place value on that expertise. It's not that they don't value them, but faced with many stark financial and operational metrics, this intangible value is harder to quantify and so gets left out in strategy and planning talks. This project seeks to visualise those intangible assets (50,000+ of them in fact) so agency management can make more informed decisions about where to invest their valuable time and budget.

If you have any questions about this exciting work, or the Knowledge Asset Management work we are doing, please don't hesitate to reach out for a chat. Especially if you are in the emergency sector or defence forces.

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