Re: Knowledge capture and the retrieval of knowledge exchanged during conferences #conferences #tools #knowledge-capture
I would remain a wee bit more optimistic.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
In terms of retaining meaning from a meeting on a complex topic, I do believe that one can capture a list of decisions made by the group and an "image" of the relationships among the important concepts that lead up to that decision.
The enduring take-away needs to be some narrative about "what have we decided and what were the key considerations that shaped that decision." There is probably some real archival value in having access to a catalogue of warrants that were applied to group decisions which are made repeatedly by different groups in slightly different situations.
Of course, I am speaking about meetings that result in group decisions. Presentations themselves are broadcasts, and I feel that they rarely tap the wisdom of the audience in real time. In narrative form I enjoy brief presentations (usually), yet on their own merits they rarely prompt me into a new course of action. In a complex situation, I rely on deliberation and collective decision.
In a message dated 7/15/2009 7:15:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time, tman9999@... writes:
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