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Re: Need a case report #case-studies

Allan Crawford
 

Jerry,

There are several possible "Case Reports" form the Northrop Grumman organization that may fit your need for this issue - or a future issue. 

Let us know if you would like more details.

Regards,


-----Original Message-----
From: Rashmi
Sent: Sep 17, 2007 11:50 AM
To: sikmleaders@...
Subject: Re: [sikmleaders] Re:September Conference Call Presentation

Hi Jerry ,

I am new to KM but don't stop there.Please goahead and
tell me the details and let me see how resourceful I
could be :)

Regards
Rashmi

--- Jerry Ash <jash@...> wrote:

> Hi All.
>
> I am in desperate need of a good Case Report subject
> for the next issue
> of Inside Knowledge magazine. The deadline is just
> three weeks away.
> That's not unusual, but I do need a willing source
> (collaborator) now.
>
> Many of my reports have come from SiKM, thanks to
> Stan's
> recommendations. But it occurs to both of us that we
> might do as well
> or better if I just solicit help from volunteers.
>
> So, any volunteers?
>
> It actually involves about a week of email exchange
> for me to gather
> the basic info -- usually more than I need because
> it's more than I can
> "write down" in 2,000 words. But the results are
> spectacular in the
> magazine and often we make the cover.
>
> Please let me know of your interest and I'll send
> you a few samples of
> previous layouts and give you more details.
>
> Thanks.
>
> --
> Jerry Ash
> *KM Coach
> * Special Correspondent & Consulting Editor
> Inside Knowledge (formerly KM) magazine/ ARK Group
> * Author, 'New Generation Knowledge Management'
> series
> * Founder, manager, Association of Knowledgework
>
> 1811 Atrium Drive
> Sun City Center, FL 33573
> 813.634.4397
> 813.634.6441 fax
> jash@...
> http://www.kwork.org
> (Ask me to trade Skype names)
>
>

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Re: Need a case report #case-studies

Rashmi <coolrash83@...>
 
Edited

Hi Jerry ,

I am new to KM but don't stop there.Please goahead and
tell me the details and let me see how resourceful I
could be :)

Regards
Rashmi


Re: Need a case report #case-studies

Boas, Bernadette M <bernadette.boas@...>
 
Edited

If you could provide more detail of what is needed, and when you need it; I could potentially help here.
 
Bernadette
 
 

Bernadette Boas

Teradata Corporation

VP PS Capabilities Development

Cell: 678-438-1908

bernadette.boas@...


Need a case report #case-studies

Jerry Ash <jash@...>
 

Hi All.

I am in desperate need of a good Case Report subject for the next issue of Inside Knowledge magazine. The deadline is just three weeks away. That's not unusual, but I do need a willing source (collaborator) now.

Many of my reports have come from SiKM, thanks to Stan's recommendations. But it occurs to both of us that we might do as well or better if I just solicit help from volunteers.

So, any volunteers?

It actually involves about a week of email exchange for me to gather the basic info -- usually more than I need because it's more than I can "write down" in 2,000 words. But the results are spectacular in the magazine and often we make the cover.

Please let me know of your interest and I'll send you a few samples of previous layouts and give you more details.

Thanks.

--
Jerry Ash
*KM Coach
* Special Correspondent & Consulting Editor
Inside Knowledge (formerly KM) magazine/ ARK Group
* Author, 'New Generation Knowledge Management' series
* Founder, manager, Association of Knowledgework

1811 Atrium Drive
Sun City Center, FL 33573
813.634.4397
813.634.6441 fax
jash@...
http://www.kwork.org
(Ask me to trade Skype names)


September 2007 SIKM Call: Patrick Lambe of Straits Knowledge - The Kingdom of Taxonomy #monthly-call #taxonomy

Patrick Lambe
 
Edited

Hi folks
 
This month's topic is "The Kingdom of Taxonomy" - as I can only attend the conference call for 30 minutes or so (it will be late at night here), I have prepared the slides in a video presentation in advance (in two parts) and posted them at http://tinyurl.com/2utcmv.
 
On the call I'll give a brief outline of what Straits Knowledge does, and talk about my book, Organising Knowledge. For those who've seen the videos by then I'm happy to answer questions, and we can continue the discussion via the list serve after that.
 
Looking forward to it!
 
Patrick


Roundtable: Integrating folksonomies with Google #taxonomy

Jean Graef <jean.graef@...>
 

The Montague Institute will hold teleconference roundtable discussion on October 17, 2007 from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm Eastern time.
 
The topic of discussion is how to integrate user-entered tags with a search engine such as Google. For registration details and a list of discussion topics, see
http://www.montague.com/roundtable38.html.
 
Rich Hoeg of Honeywell will tell how his organization is using a product called ConnectBeam to allow engineers to tag articles they find via searches conducted using the Google Search Appliance.

A pre-roundtable primer for those who want an introduction to user-entered keywords ("folksonomies") will be held via teleconference on October 16 (see http://www.montague.com/primer6.htm)
 
Other upcoming roundtables include:

Six weeks to the Semantic Web (http://www.montague.com/roundtable39.html)

Benchmarking Sharepoint for Knowledge Management (http://www.montague.com/roundtable40.html)

-----------------------------------------------
Jean Graef
The Montague Institute
www.montague.com
-----------------------------------------------


Re: Community Development Conference #CoP #conferences #survey

peteranthonyglick <peteraglick@...>
 

Just a note to all of you with almost too many communities to deal
with in your organization:
Before anything else, consider yourself lucky!
I am one of those (still the majority I'm afraid) that still
desperately try to initiate the creation of communities!
How much I would love to worry about things like how effective they
are!

I think I like Matt's question:
"How would [your company] (or, for individuals, your role) be
affected if your community stopped tomorrow?"
Because that would force the comm. leaders to think of the time
before the comm. existed (if he/she was around at the time) and how
much things have improved since.

Peter-Anthony Glick

http://leveragingknowledge.blogspot.com

--- In sikmleaders@..., Matt Moore <laalgadger@...>
wrote:

Sanjay,

I'd agree that getting value-based metrics can be very
powerful. I would also note that for communities this
kind of data can be very hard to obtain beyond the
anecdotal.

We have doing an exercise around this with my current
organisation (in the Australian public sector). Happy
to discuss the outcomes of that off-line if anyone is
interested.

Cheers,

Matt More

--- sswarup44 <sswarup44@...> wrote:

One of the more useful metrics is the value
generated(cost savings,
time reduction, improved customer satisfaction etc)
by the new
practice.

Leadership always wants to know what value they are
getting from KM.
This one very useful way.

Sanjay Swarup
Sr. Expert, KM and KR
ManTech International
--- In sikmleaders@..., "Pugh, Katrina
B"
<katrina.b.pugh@> wrote:

Marilyn -

I really like Matt's comment about measurement.
Certainly, we are
under
pressure to demonstrate value for our communities
at Intel's
Enterprise
Solution Sales Division (of which Intel Solution
Services is a
sub). We
have been measuring for our largest community the
following:



Participation in community meetings

Number of hits to the community site

Number of participants in the actual community
real-time
discussions

Threaded discussion responses (or wiki entries)

Number of documents contributed to the common
repository



We know these are really only proxies for the real
value - reuse
and
innovation by community members as a result of
community
membership. I
know that Stan Garfield's team has been publishing
something like
the
"reuse of the month" or something, and this is
where our community
needs
to evolve. This is our objective, too, for our
communities.



Cheers

Kate



Katrina B. Pugh

Worldwide Knowledge Management Consultant

Business Strategy and Knowledge Integration

Intel(r) Solution Services

Telephone: 781 538 5262

Mobile: 617-967-3910

E-mail: mailto:katrina.b.pugh@
<mailto:katrina.b.pugh@>

URL:
http://www.intel.com/go/intelsolutionservices
<http://www.intel.com/go/intelsolutionservices>





________________________________

From: sikmleaders@...
[mailto:sikmleaders@...]
On Behalf Of Perry, Marilyn L
Sent: Monday, July 30, 2007 1:52 PM
To: sikmleaders@...
Subject: RE: [sikmleaders] Community Development
Conference



Thanks, I'll use these questions.



Marilyn
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Office of the CIO
Direct Line:916-393-8242 (Sacramento,CA)
Voice Mail: 916-284-6712
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From: sikmleaders@...
[mailto:sikmleaders@...] On Behalf Of
Matt Moore
Sent: Monday, July 23, 2007 2:37 AM
To: sikmleaders@...
Subject: RE: [sikmleaders] Community Development
Conference

Marilyn,

Another twist on Nirmala's:
- What do you think your community does well?
- What would you like to do better?

At the conference, you might ask people to rate
themselves 1-5 on several criteria based on the
answers from this question (member engagement,
use of
technology, innovation???) and then get them to
compare results & discuss different approaches.
Ask
them to give examples for what they do well.

- (& tricky one) How would EDS (or, for
individuals,
your role) be affected if your community stopped
tomorrow?

We are currently doing a small project around
"value
of communities" involving interviews and this
question
focuses people's minds. The usual answer goes:
"Well,
life would go on but..." and useful stuff comes
out.

Matt

--- nirmala.palaniappan@
<mailto:nirmala.palaniappan%40wipro.com> wrote:

> Some simple thoughts that occur to my
mind......the
> answers to these
> queries might help understand how to develop
the
> communities and thus
> would help in defining the conference agenda.
You
> may have already
> thought of these but I, nevertheless, decided
to jot
> them down and send
> it across so someone would add to the list...
=== message truncated ===




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Re: Community Development Conference #CoP #conferences #survey

Matt Moore <laalgadger@...>
 

Sanjay,

I'd agree that getting value-based metrics can be very
powerful. I would also note that for communities this
kind of data can be very hard to obtain beyond the
anecdotal.

We have doing an exercise around this with my current
organisation (in the Australian public sector). Happy
to discuss the outcomes of that off-line if anyone is
interested.

Cheers,

Matt More

--- sswarup44 <sswarup44@...> wrote:

One of the more useful metrics is the value
generated(cost savings,
time reduction, improved customer satisfaction etc)
by the new
practice.

Leadership always wants to know what value they are
getting from KM.
This one very useful way.

Sanjay Swarup
Sr. Expert, KM and KR
ManTech International
--- In sikmleaders@..., "Pugh, Katrina
B"
<katrina.b.pugh@...> wrote:

Marilyn -

I really like Matt's comment about measurement.
Certainly, we are
under
pressure to demonstrate value for our communities
at Intel's
Enterprise
Solution Sales Division (of which Intel Solution
Services is a
sub). We
have been measuring for our largest community the
following:



Participation in community meetings

Number of hits to the community site

Number of participants in the actual community
real-time
discussions

Threaded discussion responses (or wiki entries)

Number of documents contributed to the common
repository



We know these are really only proxies for the real
value - reuse
and
innovation by community members as a result of
community
membership. I
know that Stan Garfield's team has been publishing
something like
the
"reuse of the month" or something, and this is
where our community
needs
to evolve. This is our objective, too, for our
communities.



Cheers

Kate



Katrina B. Pugh

Worldwide Knowledge Management Consultant

Business Strategy and Knowledge Integration

Intel(r) Solution Services

Telephone: 781 538 5262

Mobile: 617-967-3910

E-mail: mailto:katrina.b.pugh@...
<mailto:katrina.b.pugh@...>

URL:
http://www.intel.com/go/intelsolutionservices
<http://www.intel.com/go/intelsolutionservices>





________________________________

From: sikmleaders@...
[mailto:sikmleaders@...]
On Behalf Of Perry, Marilyn L
Sent: Monday, July 30, 2007 1:52 PM
To: sikmleaders@...
Subject: RE: [sikmleaders] Community Development
Conference



Thanks, I'll use these questions.



Marilyn
Marilyn Louise Perry, Ph.D.
Office of the CIO
Direct Line:916-393-8242 (Sacramento,CA)
Voice Mail: 916-284-6712
marilyn.perry@...
EDS Communities.............connecting people to
people.
EDS COMMUNITIES
<https://knowledgecentre.eds.com/sites/kc49/default.aspx>


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From: sikmleaders@...
[mailto:sikmleaders@...] On Behalf Of
Matt Moore
Sent: Monday, July 23, 2007 2:37 AM
To: sikmleaders@...
Subject: RE: [sikmleaders] Community Development
Conference

Marilyn,

Another twist on Nirmala's:
- What do you think your community does well?
- What would you like to do better?

At the conference, you might ask people to rate
themselves 1-5 on several criteria based on the
answers from this question (member engagement,
use of
technology, innovation???) and then get them to
compare results & discuss different approaches.
Ask
them to give examples for what they do well.

- (& tricky one) How would EDS (or, for
individuals,
your role) be affected if your community stopped
tomorrow?

We are currently doing a small project around
"value
of communities" involving interviews and this
question
focuses people's minds. The usual answer goes:
"Well,
life would go on but..." and useful stuff comes
out.

Matt

--- nirmala.palaniappan@...
<mailto:nirmala.palaniappan%40wipro.com> wrote:

> Some simple thoughts that occur to my
mind......the
> answers to these
> queries might help understand how to develop
the
> communities and thus
> would help in defining the conference agenda.
You
> may have already
> thought of these but I, nevertheless, decided
to jot
> them down and send
> it across so someone would add to the list...
=== message truncated ===




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Re: Community Development Conference #CoP #conferences #survey

sswarup44 <sswarup44@...>
 

One of the more useful metrics is the value generated(cost savings,
time reduction, improved customer satisfaction etc) by the new
practice.

Leadership always wants to know what value they are getting from KM.
This one very useful way.

Sanjay Swarup
Sr. Expert, KM and KR
ManTech International
--- In sikmleaders@..., "Pugh, Katrina B"
<katrina.b.pugh@...> wrote:

Marilyn -

I really like Matt's comment about measurement. Certainly, we are
under
pressure to demonstrate value for our communities at Intel's
Enterprise
Solution Sales Division (of which Intel Solution Services is a
sub). We
have been measuring for our largest community the following:



Participation in community meetings

Number of hits to the community site

Number of participants in the actual community real-time
discussions

Threaded discussion responses (or wiki entries)

Number of documents contributed to the common repository



We know these are really only proxies for the real value - reuse
and
innovation by community members as a result of community
membership. I
know that Stan Garfield's team has been publishing something like
the
"reuse of the month" or something, and this is where our community
needs
to evolve. This is our objective, too, for our communities.



Cheers

Kate



Katrina B. Pugh

Worldwide Knowledge Management Consultant

Business Strategy and Knowledge Integration

Intel(r) Solution Services

Telephone: 781 538 5262

Mobile: 617-967-3910

E-mail: mailto:katrina.b.pugh@...
<mailto:katrina.b.pugh@...>

URL: http://www.intel.com/go/intelsolutionservices
<http://www.intel.com/go/intelsolutionservices>





________________________________

From: sikmleaders@...
[mailto:sikmleaders@...]
On Behalf Of Perry, Marilyn L
Sent: Monday, July 30, 2007 1:52 PM
To: sikmleaders@...
Subject: RE: [sikmleaders] Community Development Conference



Thanks, I'll use these questions.



Marilyn
Marilyn Louise Perry, Ph.D.
Office of the CIO
Direct Line:916-393-8242 (Sacramento,CA)
Voice Mail: 916-284-6712
marilyn.perry@...
EDS Communities.............connecting people to people.
EDS COMMUNITIES
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From: sikmleaders@...
[mailto:sikmleaders@...] On Behalf Of Matt Moore
Sent: Monday, July 23, 2007 2:37 AM
To: sikmleaders@...
Subject: RE: [sikmleaders] Community Development Conference

Marilyn,

Another twist on Nirmala's:
- What do you think your community does well?
- What would you like to do better?

At the conference, you might ask people to rate
themselves 1-5 on several criteria based on the
answers from this question (member engagement, use of
technology, innovation???) and then get them to
compare results & discuss different approaches. Ask
them to give examples for what they do well.

- (& tricky one) How would EDS (or, for individuals,
your role) be affected if your community stopped
tomorrow?

We are currently doing a small project around "value
of communities" involving interviews and this question
focuses people's minds. The usual answer goes: "Well,
life would go on but..." and useful stuff comes out.

Matt

--- nirmala.palaniappan@...
<mailto:nirmala.palaniappan%40wipro.com> wrote:

> Some simple thoughts that occur to my mind......the
> answers to these
> queries might help understand how to develop the
> communities and thus
> would help in defining the conference agenda. You
> may have already
> thought of these but I, nevertheless, decided to jot
> them down and send
> it across so someone would add to the list...
>
>
>
> - What is the best thing that has ever
> happened to/in your
> community?
>
> - What is the one thing that you'd want to
> change in your
> community?
>
> - Which of the other communities in EDS do
> you think are related
> to what your community deals with?
>
> - What is the vision/what are the goals of
> your community for
> the next 6 months?
>
> - What are the resources that your community
> currently works
> with and what are those that you are looking to get
> in the near future?
>
> - What have been your goals so far and how
> many of it has your
> community been able to achieve/not achieve and why?
>
>
>
> Thanks and Regards
>
> Nirmala
>
>
>
> http://nirmala-km.blogspot.com
<http://nirmala-km.blogspot.com>
>
> ****************************************
>
> Anthony De Mello: "Problems exist only in the human
> mind"
>
>
>
> ________________________________
>
> From: sikmleaders@...
<mailto:sikmleaders%40yahoogroups.com>
> [mailto:sikmleaders@...
<mailto:sikmleaders%40yahoogroups.com> ]
> On Behalf Of Marilyn L. Perry, Ph.D.
> Sent: Thursday, July 19, 2007 9:41 PM
> To: sikmleaders@...
<mailto:sikmleaders%40yahoogroups.com>
> Subject: [sikmleaders] Community Development
> Conference
>
>
>
> Hi,
> We are planning an internal Community Development
> Conference. EDS has
> over a 100 communities in various states of
> operation. In preparation
> for the conference we will survey our community
> leaders to determine
> what they want in a conference. The survey will give
> us information to
> use in planning conference activities. The survey
> will also help
> community leaders recognize the value of communities
> to the corporation.
>
> I would like your input on questions to ask our
> community leaders in
> preparation for our conference.
>
> Thanks,
> Marilyn L. Perry
>
>
>
>

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New Study of Developing Expertise #expertise

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Re: August 2007 SIKM Call: Shawn Callahan - Business narrative experiences at Anecdote #monthly-call #storytelling

Valdis Krebs <valdis@...>
 

Funny. I recently tried a "chocolate beer" from Trader Joe's... I prefer the two tastes separately.

Valdis

On Aug 22, 2007, at 3:24 PM, Shawn Callahan wrote:

While they dearly loved chocolate there seemed to be a much stronger interest in beer :-)


Re: August 2007 SIKM Call: Shawn Callahan - Business narrative experiences at Anecdote #monthly-call #storytelling

Patti Anklam <patti@...>
 

I dearly wish there had been some chocolate available!  But it was very enlightening to see the range of scientific discplines required to make a perfect chocolate!
 
/patti
(978)456-4175
 



From: Shawn Callahan [mailto:shawn@...]
Sent: Wednesday, August 22, 2007 3:25 PM
To: sikmleaders@...
Subject: Re: [sikmleaders] Re: Business narrative experiences at Anecdote

There were about 50 chocolate experts across about 10 countries. There were members of the chocolate community of practice. Each was a scientist such as physical and bio chemists.


While they dearly loved chocolate there seemed to be a much stronger interest in beer :-)

cheers

Shawn


Shawn Callahan



On 22/08/2007, at 12:51 PM, Valdis Krebs wrote:

What a fun project!

So what makes a "Chocolate expert?"

How did you pay her? in 70% Cacao?

;-)

Valdis

On Aug 21, 2007, at 4:43 PM, Shawn Callahan wrote:

> Patti Anklam who recently helped developed an SNA of global
> chocolate experts



Re: Critical Success Factors for Knowledge Management #research

bboasbe <bernadette.boas@...>
 

Curtis,
I have just joined this community, and excited about the depth of
topics it is providing on KM, including your survey. Unfortunately I
missed the deadline for contributing to it, but would be very
interested in the output when it is available.

Thank you
Bernadette Boas

--- In sikmleaders@..., "Curtis A. Conley"
<curtisaconley@...> wrote:

Hi everyone -

I wanted to thank everyone here who has taken the time to complete
my survey on the CSFs for KM. If you sent an email requesting a
summary of the results I will be sure to send that out just as
soon
as they are available; it will also be posted on my site (link
below).

If you haven't had a chance to take the survey and would like to,
there is still time - just follow the web-link below.

Survey Link:
http://is-nri.com/take/?i=117680&h=9-cHD_ZCyOVZ39tT6C6I7g

Survey Expires: Monday, August 6th

If you would like to receive a summary of the results once the
survey and data analysis has been completed, please send an email
to
the address given at the end of the survey.

Thanks again in advance, and please let me know if you have any
questions.

Best,
Curtis Conley
www.curtisconley.com


KM KR Professional #jobs

sswarup44 <sswarup44@...>
 
Edited

Just posted the job requirements for KM KR Professional.
https://groups.io/g/SIKM/files/KM_%20KR%20Professional.doc

If anybody is interested to know more about this job, please contact
me.

Lexington Park is 1 hour SE of the DC beltway.

Sanjay Swarup
Senior Subject Matter Expert KM KR
ManTech International
Lexington Park, MD

301.866.4315 B
248.974.3781 cell


August 2007 SIKM Call: Shawn Callahan - Business narrative experiences at Anecdote #monthly-call #storytelling

sswarup44 <sswarup44@...>
 

Just wanted give credit to Shawn Callahan for coming up with this
creative approach to using You Tube for publishing his presentation on
Business Narrative.

Sanjay


Re: August 2007 SIKM Call: Shawn Callahan - Business narrative experiences at Anecdote #monthly-call #storytelling

Shawn Callahan
 

There were about 50 chocolate experts across about 10 countries. There were members of the chocolate community of practice. Each was a scientist such as physical and bio chemists.

While they dearly loved chocolate there seemed to be a much stronger interest in beer :-)

cheers

Shawn


Shawn Callahan



On 22/08/2007, at 12:51 PM, Valdis Krebs wrote:

What a fun project!

So what makes a "Chocolate expert?"

How did you pay her? in 70% Cacao?

;-)

Valdis

On Aug 21, 2007, at 4:43 PM, Shawn Callahan wrote:

> Patti Anklam who recently helped developed an SNA of global
> chocolate experts



Re: August 2007 SIKM Call: Shawn Callahan - Business narrative experiences at Anecdote #monthly-call #storytelling

David Snowden <snowded@...>
 

There are some updates on the method by the away - its taught now on accreditation courses (see web site)



Dave Snowden
Founder & Chief Scientific Officer
Cognitive Edge Pte Ltd

Now blogging at www.cognitive-edge.com


On 22 Aug 2007, at 18:38, Stan Garfield wrote:


> The approach we use for our knowledge mapping/audit was one introduced to me by
> Dave Snowden and is based on the ASHEN acronym (Artefacts, Skills, Heuristics, 
> Experience & Natural talent). It's explained in a paper Dave wrote on Organic KM.
> I'm sure it could be readily found on the Cognitive Edge website.

Here is the paper on ASHEN and here are all of Dave's articles, including the three papers on Organic KM:


ViewDave SnowdenOrganic Knowledge Management 3 of 3: Interventions

In the final article of the series, Dave Snowdencompletes the catalogue of methods for eliciting anecdotal material from which knowledge

ViewDave SnowdenOrganic KM 2: Indirect Knowledge Discovery

In the second article of three on organic knowledge management, Dave examines some of the dangers of knowledge elicitation and

ViewDave SnowdenOrganic Knowledge Management 1- ASHEN

In 1998, David Snowden laid the foundations of an approach to understanding the intellectual assets of an organisation using techniques






Re: August 2007 SIKM Call: Shawn Callahan - Business narrative experiences at Anecdote #monthly-call #storytelling

Stan Garfield
 
Edited

> The approach we use for our knowledge mapping/audit was one introduced to me by
> Dave Snowden and is based on the ASHEN acronym (Artefacts, Skills, Heuristics,
> Experience & Natural talent). It's explained in a paper Dave wrote on Organic KM.
> I'm sure it could be readily found on the Cognitive Edge website.

Here is the paper on ASHEN and here are all of Dave's articles, including the three papers on Organic KM:

View Dave Snowden Organic Knowledge Management 3 of 3: Interventions

In the final article of the series, Dave Snowdencompletes the catalogue of methods for eliciting anecdotal material from which knowledge

View Dave Snowden Organic KM 2: Indirect Knowledge Discovery

In the second article of three on organic knowledge management, Dave examines some of the dangers of knowledge elicitation and

View Dave Snowden Organic Knowledge Management 1- ASHEN

In 1998, David Snowden laid the foundations of an approach to understanding the intellectual assets of an organisation using techniques


Re: August 2007 SIKM Call: Shawn Callahan - Business narrative experiences at Anecdote #monthly-call #storytelling

Valdis Krebs <valdis@...>
 

I have a few colleagues who have made some amazing presentations in Keynote and iMovie -- many self-running. I have been on the Mac for years, but have stuck with Microsoft Office on it. Looks like it's time to make a transition! [pardon the pun]

Valdis

On Aug 21, 2007, at 4:46 PM, Shawn Callahan wrote:

I have the new version of Keynote (on the mac) which allows you to record your voice with the presentation. It was a bit weird staring out the window giving an imaginary presentation. My family thought I was bonkers. To fit the presentation into You Tube's 10 minutes limitation I used iMovie to cut up the Quicktime movie it created.


Re: August 2007 SIKM Call: Shawn Callahan - Business narrative experiences at Anecdote #monthly-call #storytelling

Valdis Krebs <valdis@...>
 

What a fun project!

So what makes a "Chocolate expert?"

How did you pay her? in 70% Cacao?

;-)

Valdis

On Aug 21, 2007, at 4:43 PM, Shawn Callahan wrote:

Patti Anklam who recently helped developed an SNA of global chocolate experts

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