Being agile is critical. Agile can mean applying an incremental and iterative approach, or evolving through collaboration between self-organizing and cross-functional teams to promote early delivery, continuous improvement, and encourage rapid and flexible response to change.
Successful organizations are flexible and fast. They can quickly transfer and share knowledge, deal with an enormous amount of data, innovate, engage, and impact communities, and customers in positive ways. The platforms, processes and programs have to respond in a timely fashion to make this happen and to keep customers satisfied. The culture of the organization, the people, enables the transformations and innovations – and well-oiled collaborative organizations excel at leading the charge! KMWorld 2015 explores how to apply these techniques and more for knowledge sharing and innovation in your enterprise to be successful in today’s world. And it has three closely integrated programs—Enterprise Search & Discovery, SharePoint Symposium, and Taxonomy Boot Camp.
Keynote speakers are always engaging and thought provoking and this year is no different. On Monday November 2 Taxonomy Boot Camp opens with information architect Peter Morville, President of Semantic Studios who has several books to his credit (http://semanticstudios.com). On Tuesday, KMWorld 2015 opens with popular , knowledge management (KM) thought leader, Dave Snowden, Chief Scientific Officer of Cognitive Edge who discusses “complexity informed agility” in KM with Will Evans, Design Thinker-in-Residence, NYU’s Stern’s Berkley Center for Innovation & Entrrepreneurship and Chief Design Officer, Praxis Flow and his colleague, Jabe Bloom, Chief Scientific Officer, Praxis Flow. On Wednesday, Steve Abrams,
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Here is the paper & slides Frank Cervone & Jane Dysart presented at IFLA’s(www.ifla.org) 79th World Library Information Congress in Singapore:
Paper: IFLA – Cervone-Dysart-KM Tools
Slides: Slides Cervone-Dysart-IFLA_KM_Tools
The presentation covers some open access and open sources technology and tools which can be used to support learning, knowledge sharing and team-based work in any organization. It covers knowledge management (KM) systems, business intelligence (BI) systems, document management tools, personal KM tools, some specialized application tools and social media tools. This list is definitely not exhaustive, but some to look at if you need some support for your initiatives.
SOFTWARE AND REFERENCE URLS Cyn.in (http://www.cynapse.com/cynin) OpenKM (http://www.openkm.com/en/) SpagoBI (http://www.spagoworld.org/xwiki/bin/view/SpagoBI/) JasperSoft (http://www.jaspersoft.com/) OpenDocMan (http://www.opendocman.com/) TemaTres (http://www.vocabularyserver.com/) MediaCrawler (http://mediacrawl.sourceforge.net) OpenSearchServer (http://www.open-search-server.com/) PiggyDB (http://sourceforge.net/projects/piggydb/?source=directory) Freeplane (http://freeplane.sourceforge.net/) Kwok Information Server (http://www.kwoksys.com/) Plandora (http://www.plandora.org/) Paper.li (http://paper.li/) KM Today newsletter (http://paper.li/rebeccajonesgal/1308329187) City of Yarra and Yammer (http://yarraweb2.wordpress.com/activities/thing-6-minutes-and-flipboard/) British Library and Yammer http://www.inoutfield.com/2009/04/01/the-british-library-is-all-a-twitter-about-yammer/)
I’m listening to Juanita Richardson describe how a knowledge management organization in a large corporation is demonstrating return on value of one of their products. The knowledge product uses crowdsourcing to engage and tap the individual and collective know-how and know-that of 150,000 employees around the world. Within this global discussion environment employees respond to and shout out ideas and responses to questions or events posed. How does the knowledge management function demonstrate that this service is valuable for the corporation? The win rate of proposals. 150,000 people is a good market segment. Proposal teams toss out questions clients want to address. Since the client proposal team has started regularly using the crowdsourcing tool they are winning 75% of the client proposals, or 7.5 of every 10 proposals presented to clients, up from 6 out of 10. That’s value.