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Knowledge Strategy: Your Leadership Advantage, An AIIM14 presentation

Missed AIIM 2014? Or did you just miss out on a session or three you wanted to see? In the coming weeks, we'll be sharing many of the presentations with you. Actionable advice and thought leadership brought to you by some of the smartest people in the information technology industry. Guy St....

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Knowledge Development and Knowledge Sharing

Knowledge strategy is hard. Even explaining what knowledge management is can be difficult, even to a friend. Guy St. Clair, accompanied by Shannon Spangler and Anne Kershaw, will walk you through how to get started managing knowledge during a panel discussion at #AIIM14. To get ready, understand...

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Free Your Users From Knowledge Jail in 2014

What do New Years Resolutions have in common with the more open-ended promises in your 2014 ECM budget? For starters there's that sloppy cultural workplace setting filed under "Change Management." The subtext? Rebrand "the change" as "the way things should have been...

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If Knowledge is Power ... Knowledge Management is a Shared Arrangement โ€“ How Product KM Differs from Services KM

I recently changed jobs -- from Knowledge Engineer at a product company to knowledge manager at a services firm. Other than the Greater Boston location and uppercase K in the title, the two roles could not be more different. The fact I'll hit the ground running on my search engine...

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Content vs. Knowledge

In a post on my other blog, I mentioned that in a recent ECM solution for our engineers , “ we make it easy for them to share knowledge in addition to data ” by nudging their thought process with metadata choices. In a recent discussion on LinkedIn, someone was commenting that ECM...

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In Tribute to Carl Frappaolo

I mourn Carl Frappaolo's sudden passing on St. Patrick's Day. His life work is a testament to our community of razor sharp, idea-driven, independent-minded, interconnected, and slightly quirky colleagues. We decided to pick up the same mantle that Carl helped shape and even define as a...

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A short history of personal computing

A short history of personal computing. [A note: Before I get a lot of email, personal pronouns in this presentation vary by paragraph. I know it. It's on purpose.] Once upon a time there was a worker in an organization. The worker longed to contribute what he knew to help the...

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The Power Of Pull - A Must Read Recommendation

Sometimes you come across an article, blog or book that just smacks you in the head and gets you thinking. The Power of Pull - How Small Moves, Smartly Made, Can Set Big Things in Motion is one of those books. The authors are John Hagel III, John Seely Brown, and Lang Davison, copyright 2010...

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Is it Knowledge Management or Business Intelligence?

I was recently speaking with someone whose background was all in business intelligence and data. They had years of experience building data warehouses and datamarts. They knew how to create cubes of data and slice and dice and store and manage all the financial and customer data you could...

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