Category Archives: Tuesday

KEYNOTE: Hacking KM or How to Innovate!

Tuesday Sessions – Tuesday 15 November 
08:45 – 09:45

Phillips introduces the concept of maneuver strategy that combines speed, agility, and innovation which he believes should be the pinnacle of corporate strategy today. The three maneuver strategies—preemption, dislocation, and disruption—can be used at any level of planning and can definitely help you hack KM! Get insights and ideas from many real-world examples and be prepared to hack or innovate your organization!

Presented by: Jeffrey Phillips

WELCOME & KEYNOTE: Hacking KM or How to Innovate!

Tuesday Sessions – Tuesday 15 November 
08:45 – 09:45

Although the application of agile methods to software development is most common, the heart of agile is knowledge management. Agile relies on direct communication and intense collaboration across an integrated team of subject matter experts. Agile focuses on concurrent efforts with learning built into all phases and levels of the effort. Our experts in agile and KM provide a lively discussion of the types of knowledge, key methods of transferring, and sharing.

Presented by: Jeffrey Phillips

WELCOME & KEYNOTE: Hacking KM or How to Innovate!

Morning Keynotes – Tuesday 15 November 
08:45 – 09:45

Phillips introduces the concept of maneuver strategy that combines speed, agility, and innovation which he believes should be the pinnacle of corporate strategy today. The three maneuver strategies—preemption, dislocation, and disruption—can be used at any level of planning and can definitely help you hack KM! Get insights and ideas from many real-world examples and be prepared to hack or innovate your organization!

Presented by: Jeffrey Phillips

KEYNOTE: Thinking & Searching Outside of the Box

Tuesday Sessions – Tuesday 15 November 
09:45 – 10:00

Our industry helps people to retrieve information by searching, browsing and visualizing the data stored within their content management systems. This endeavour is inherently introspective in so far as it focusses on the close analysis of an enterprise’s internal content. This talk is an exercise in thinking outside of that box. Clarke explores ways in which an enterprise’s internal content can be mined for information, even when the answers don’t always exist within the data we are querying. He discusses the use of natural language processing and semantic query expansion techniques and demonstrates the power of ontologies and machine reasoning to interrogate internal content in new and powerful ways.

Presented by: Dave Clarke, Maish Nichani

KEYNOTE: Thinking & Searching Outside of the Box

Tuesday Sessions – Tuesday 15 November 
09:45 – 10:00

Our industry helps people retrieve information by searching, browsing, and visualizing the data stored within their content management systems. This endeavor is inherently introspective in so far as it focuses on the close analysis of an enterprise’s internal content. This talk is an exercise in thinking outside of that box. Clarke explores ways in which an enterprise’s internal content can be mined for information, even when the answers don’t always exist within the data we are querying. He discusses the use of natural language processing and semantic query expansion techniques, demonstrating the power of ontologies and machine reasoning to interrogate internal content in new and powerful ways.

Presented by: Dave Clarke, Maish Nichani

KEYNOTE: Thinking & Searching Outside of the Box

Morning Keynotes – Tuesday 15 November 
09:45 – 10:00

Our industry helps people retrieve information by searching, browsing, and visualizing the data stored within their content management systems. This endeavor is inherently introspective in so far as it focuses on the close analysis of an enterprise’s internal content. This talk is an exercise in thinking outside of that box. Clarke explores ways in which an enterprise’s internal content can be mined for information, even when the answers don’t always exist within the data we are querying. He discusses the use of natural language processing and semantic query expansion techniques, demonstrating the power of ontologies and machine reasoning to interrogate internal content in new and powerful ways.

Presented by: Dave Clarke, Maish Nichani