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Back and Back and Back and Back and Back to Basics

Last week, two members of my small team were preparing a short Introduction to SharePoint training session for a few of our engineers. In a few weeks, one of my team members will be working with Steve Weissman of the Holly Group to prepare a training series on ECM Fundamentals which will be...

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The Impact of Incorrect Training Sets and Rolling Collections on Technology-Assisted Review (TAR) and Defensible Disposition

Last week, I participated in the DESI Workshop held as part of the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Law on June 14 in Rome, Italy. At the conference we submitted recent Technology Assisted Review (TAR) findings described in the paper “The Impact of Incorrect Training...

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Synthetic Learning will Create your SharePoint Experience

How many of you have seen the movie Minority Report ? Do you think computers (or people) should be allowed to to make predictions about the future and define behaviors and actions based on those predictions? Whether you think this should be the case or not … it’s happening....

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Learning Opportunities

Yesterday, at the New England Chapter of AIIM, we held an event that focused on Cloud Computing. It was a great event, featuring Laurence Hart, CIO AIIM giving a general introduction to cloud topics. Laurence was followed by himself, talking about his experiences moving AIIM’s data...

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From the Trenches – With Apologies to Don

For a variety of really good reasons, I am covering the tech-support help desk for a few weeks. I can safely say that the only people less happy about this than me, are the people who have had or will have problems during this period – I am told that I don’t have the best bedside...

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Learning 2.0 – Creating a Competitive Advantage for Your Company

Employees are one of most overlooked and underutilized resources available to a company. More specifically, if a company can harness the intelligence and efforts of their employees in a coordinated manner then they can create a compelling competitive advantage for their company. Enter Learning 2...

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Accelerating Learning 2.0 through Enterprise 2.0

Instructor-led, classroom-based learning is the most common type of learning that most of us have experienced throughout our lives. However, new modalities of learning are being rapidly enabled as technology advancement allow large amounts of learning resources to be more easily and readily...

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3. Challenge the Process – Principle 2: Experiment and Take Risks

3. Challenge the Process – Principle 2: Experiment and Take Risks Risk taking is one of the expectations of a great leader. However, the risks need to be manageable and have an acceptable probability of loss. Some time ago I was involved with an E2.0 initiative where there was a choice...

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Social Learning Powered by E2.0

Social learning is a powerful instrument available to all organizations as part of enterprise 2.0 toolsets. Let’s start with a definition of social learning to get alignment on what we are talking about before we dive deeper. “ Social learning allows humans to learn through a self...

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