Jans Aasman V. Mary Abraham Ibrahim Al Marri Jamal Al-Jallaf Maryam Alserkal David Anderson Peter Barcelo Jr. Steve Barth Holly C. Baxter Diane Berry Arno Boersma Manny Bola Mary Boone Kathy Bries Guy Buice Gloria Burke Patricia Byrd Monique Cadena Shawn Callahan David Campbell Dave Clarke William Cook David Copps Lorin DeBellis Daniel Diefendorf Jane … Continue reading KMWorld 2016 Speaker List
Afternoon Preconference Workshops – Monday 14 November 13:30 – 16:30 Most organizations that practice knowledge management (KM) make some effort to measure the health of their programs by using activity measures to assess how many employees use KM approaches and tools, how often they use them, and how satisfied they are. Organizations with more mature KM … Continue reading W19: Practical Ways to Demonstrate the Value of KM
TRACK C • Social Collaboration – Tuesday 15 November 11:45 – 12:30 Communities of practice are the most popular approach in the KM arsenal, with more than two-thirds of organizations boasting some form of community program. But there are still a lot of questions about how to design effective communities and keep them active and purposeful … Continue reading C102: Communities Matter!
TRACK B • KM Tools & Techniques – Wednesday 16 November 13:30 – 14:15 Capturing critical knowledge and making it available when and where it’s needed is at the core of the KM value proposition. However, before an organization can connect employees to key knowledge assets, it must determine what those assets are. While it would … Continue reading B203: Knowledge Mapping
Lauren TreesKM Research Program ManagerAPQC LinkedIn | Twitter | Blog As APQC’s research program manager for knowledge management, Lauren Trees identifies trends in enterprise knowledge sharing and collaboration, researches ways to improve knowledge flow, and shares her findings with APQC members and the broader business community. She has served as project manager for two large-scale … Continue reading Trees, Lauren