KMWorld 2017 Speaker List

V. Mary Abraham Rima Al-Awadhi Heidi Araya Scott Armstrong Lisa Austin Kaustubh Bapat Peter Barcelo Jr. Les Barker Steve Barth Holly C. Baxter Bryan Bell Jeremy Bentley Sarah Ann Berndt Arno Boersma Kim Bullock Gloria Burke Pat Byrd Filip Callewaert Cory Cannon Frank Cervone Glen Chambers Onkar Chandel Michelle L. Chrzanowski Dave Clarke Jim Clarke … Continue reading KMWorld 2017 Speaker List

Taxonomy Boot Camp 2017 Speaker List

Tatiana Baquero-Cakici Jennifer Batt David Bender Andreas Blumauer Jay Bowling Emily Bulger Craig Carilla Gary Carlson Mary Chitty Eric Chuk Dave Clarke Amy DeCicco Mike Doane Sonia Dwyer Keren Fleshler Eric Freese Monica Y Fulvio Austin Govella Elizabeth Greenberg Mike Hastings Heather Hedden Travis Hicks Marjorie M.K. Hlava Sarah Knight Patrick Lambe Stephanie Lemieux Yonah … Continue reading Taxonomy Boot Camp 2017 Speaker List

W4: Getting Good Evidence for a KM Plan

Morning Preconference Workshops – Monday 6 November 09:00 – 12:00 A good deal of knowledge use in organizations is not directly observable: It happens in interactions between people and is embedded in processes, tools, and artifacts. People are not necessarily good witnesses to their own knowledge needs. This workshop addresses the question of what counts for … Continue reading W4: Getting Good Evidence for a KM Plan

W4: Getting Good Evidence for a KM Plan

Morning Preconference Workshops – Monday 6 November 09:00 – 12:00 A good deal of knowledge use in organizations is not directly observable: It happens in interactions between people and is embedded in processes, tools, and artifacts. People are not necessarily good witnesses to their own knowledge needs. This workshop addresses the question of what counts for … Continue reading W4: Getting Good Evidence for a KM Plan

W4: Getting Good Evidence for a KM Plan

Morning Preconference Workshops – Monday 6 November 09:00 – 12:00 A good deal of knowledge use in organizations is not directly observable: It happens in interactions between people and is embedded in processes, tools, and artifacts. People are not necessarily good witnesses to their own knowledge needs. This workshop addresses the question of what counts for … Continue reading W4: Getting Good Evidence for a KM Plan

W4: Getting Good Evidence for a KM Plan

Morning Preconference Workshops – Monday 6 November 09:00 – 12:00 A good deal of knowledge use in organizations is not directly observable: It happens in interactions between people and is embedded in processes, tools, and artifacts. People are not necessarily good witnesses to their own knowledge needs. This workshop addresses the question of what counts for … Continue reading W4: Getting Good Evidence for a KM Plan

Taxo Fail: Learning From Terribly Scoped Taxonomy Projects

Track 1: Taxonomy Foundations – Monday 6 November 14:00 – 14:30 The requirements that get published in RFPs reveal how an organization sees its needs and its knowledge of how to conduct a taxonomy project with the best chance of success. However, badly scoped projects can reveal ignorance, common misconceptions, and the failure to manage stakeholders … Continue reading Taxo Fail: Learning From Terribly Scoped Taxonomy Projects