Date   

Knowledge, Learning and Analytics - Sydney - Wed April 18 #learning #analytics

Matt Moore <innotecture@...>
 

Hi,

On Wednesday, Information Innovation @ UTS ran a seminar session on Knowledge, Learning & Analytics. Three videos are now available!


More info on the seminar series here: https://www.meetup.com/Information-Innovation-UTS/

Regards,

Matt


For SIKM folks in the Chicago area - Please join TEI and CEA for a free networking reception and presentation by Mark Lipsey on May 3, 2018 in Chicago #local

Beeta Tahmassebi
 

What Can We Learn From a Multitude of Impact Evaluations? with Mark W. Lipsey, PhD

Free Registration at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/what-can-we-learn-from-a-multitude-of-impact-evaluations-tickets-45352402256

 

MAY 3, 2018

 

Reception with light food and beverage: 5:30-6:30 pm (CDT)
Presentation and Q&A Discussion: 6:30-8:00 pm (CDT)

 

What can we learn from a multitude of impact evaluations? Join Dr. Mark Lipsey, Research Professor in the Peabody Research Institute at Vanderbilt University, TEI faculty and Co-Chair of TEI’s Board of Advisors, as he shares his thoughts on generalizability, model programs and the future of program evaluation.

 

This event is co-sponsored by The Evaluators’ Institute (TEI) and the Chicagoland Evaluation Association (CEA).

 

Location:

Hilton Orrington/Evanston Hotel
1710 Orrington Avenue
Evanston, IL 60201

 

This special program has been planned to coincide with TEI's April 30 - May 5 program. You can find out more about our available courses and how to register at: https://tei.cgu.edu/events/april-may-program-chicago/

 

The event is free of charge but space is limited so save your spot at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/what-can-we-learn-from-a-multitude-of-impact-evaluations-tickets-45352402256

 

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Re: Organizational Network Analysis and Active Directory #SNA-ONA-VNA

Chris Collison
 

Hey Allison, John,

Would love to know if you’re successful with Microsoft forms, and whether you can create an iterative survey to loop through the list of ‘targets’.  I’ve been using ONASurveys.com for the past five years, but would be interested in any alternatives.

Cheers,

Chris

 

From: <sikmleaders@...> on behalf of "allison.ehrman@... [sikmleaders]" <sikmleaders@...>
Reply-To: "sikmleaders@..." <sikmleaders@...>
Date: Thursday, 19 April 2018 at 15:23
To: "sikmleaders@..." <sikmleaders@...>
Subject: Re: [sikmleaders] Organizational Network Analysis and Active Directory

 

 

Hey John,

 

My original plan was to use Microsoft Forms for the surveys (which we already have and I use frequently in my lessons learned process and in virtual KM portal scavenger hunts), but leave it to Microsoft not to provide integration between Forms and AD. It does make it easy to export the results to Excel, and would make it easy for me to combine the ONA survey with questions for a general knowledge audit. I was also going to use NodeXL to represent the data. Do you have a favorite graphing tool?

 

Btw, I saw your new class on knowledge transfer and am hoping to take it late this year or early next year, if it's offered again at that time. It would be helpful to have that under my belt before I kick off a new program for exiting employees.

 

Allison



---In sikmleaders@..., <johnhovell@...> wrote :

Hi Allison, I’d be interested to hear more about that as well! I tend to do manual data cleanup when using ONA tools such as Kumu, ucinet/netdraw and nodexl... I’ve pulled data from AD then manually created forms (and conducted interviews) to do what you’re asking about...

 

Thanks,

John

 

On 18 Apr 2018, at 13:12, allison.ehrman@... [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> wrote:

 

Is anyone aware of an ONA (organizational network analysis) tool that can be integrated with Active Directory (or can leverage data from AD)? I'm in the early stages of planning an ONA for our ~1500 employees and am looking for a way to validate employee data entry (names of other employees) to save myself the pain of having to clean it up manually after the survey. In other words, I'd like to allow survey participants to choose employees from a people picker rather than having them type in names manually.

 

 

Allison Ehrman, CKM

Director, Knowledge Management

Policies, Process and Integration

Polaris Alpha

6210 Guardian Gateway, Suite 200

Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005

(Office) 410.834.7352

allison.ehrman@... 

www.polarisalpha.com 

 


Re: SharePoint Archiving Advice #content-management #archiving #SharePoint

joanna_pierce@...
 

I agree here 100%. In my experience, it's been best to set content to read only for a period of time before fully archiving. And, definitely consider retention policies. These are best to set up through SharePoint so the archive process can be handled automatically.

Best,
Joanna


Re: Organizational Network Analysis and Active Directory #SNA-ONA-VNA

allison.ehrman@...
 

Thanks Patti! 

I'll look into those more. I may have to stick with a tool that doesn't store data in the cloud, however, due to the proprietary nature of the information I'll be getting back on my survey (I plan to combine the ONA survey with a knowledge audit). Our information security and IT teams are pretty strict about that due to contractual requirements. But it can't hurt to ask!

Allison


---In sikmleaders@..., <patti.anklam@...> wrote :

Both ONASurveys and Polinode allow uyou to upload data pulled from employee data. Respondents then can search or select names from the master list. No manual reconciliation of names should be required.

.patti

On Wed, Apr 18, 2018 at 2:21 PM John Hovell johnhovell@... [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> wrote:
 

Hi Allison, I’d be interested to hear more about that as well! I tend to do manual data cleanup when using ONA tools such as Kumu, ucinet/netdraw and nodexl... I’ve pulled data from AD then manually created forms (and conducted interviews) to do what you’re asking about...

Thanks,
John


On 18 Apr 2018, at 13:12, allison.ehrman@... [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> wrote:

 

Is anyone aware of an ONA (organizational network analysis) tool that can be integrated with Active Directory (or can leverage data from AD)? I'm in the early stages of planning an ONA for our ~1500 employees and am looking for a way to validate employee data entry (names of other employees) to save myself the pain of having to clean it up manually after the survey. In other words, I'd like to allow survey participants to choose employees from a people picker rather than having them type in names manually.



Allison Ehrman, CKM

Director, Knowledge Management

Policies, Process and Integration

Polaris Alpha

6210 Guardian Gateway, Suite 200

Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005

(Office) 410.834.7352

allison.ehrman@... 

www.polarisalpha.com 


--
Patti Anklam
Leveraging Context, Knowledge, and Networks

http://www.pattianklam.com



Re: Organizational Network Analysis and Active Directory #SNA-ONA-VNA

allison.ehrman@...
 

Hey John,

My original plan was to use Microsoft Forms for the surveys (which we already have and I use frequently in my lessons learned process and in virtual KM portal scavenger hunts), but leave it to Microsoft not to provide integration between Forms and AD. It does make it easy to export the results to Excel, and would make it easy for me to combine the ONA survey with questions for a general knowledge audit. I was also going to use NodeXL to represent the data. Do you have a favorite graphing tool?

Btw, I saw your new class on knowledge transfer and am hoping to take it late this year or early next year, if it's offered again at that time. It would be helpful to have that under my belt before I kick off a new program for exiting employees.

Allison


---In sikmleaders@..., <johnhovell@...> wrote :

Hi Allison, I’d be interested to hear more about that as well! I tend to do manual data cleanup when using ONA tools such as Kumu, ucinet/netdraw and nodexl... I’ve pulled data from AD then manually created forms (and conducted interviews) to do what you’re asking about...

Thanks,
John

On 18 Apr 2018, at 13:12, allison.ehrman@... [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> wrote:

 

Is anyone aware of an ONA (organizational network analysis) tool that can be integrated with Active Directory (or can leverage data from AD)? I'm in the early stages of planning an ONA for our ~1500 employees and am looking for a way to validate employee data entry (names of other employees) to save myself the pain of having to clean it up manually after the survey. In other words, I'd like to allow survey participants to choose employees from a people picker rather than having them type in names manually.



Allison Ehrman, CKM

Director, Knowledge Management

Policies, Process and Integration

Polaris Alpha

6210 Guardian Gateway, Suite 200

Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005

(Office) 410.834.7352

allison.ehrman@... 

www.polarisalpha.com 



Re: Organizational Network Analysis and Active Directory #SNA-ONA-VNA

Patti Anklam
 

Both ONASurveys and Polinode allow uyou to upload data pulled from employee data. Respondents then can search or select names from the master list. No manual reconciliation of names should be required.

.patti


On Wed, Apr 18, 2018 at 2:21 PM John Hovell johnhovell@... [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> wrote:
 

Hi Allison, I’d be interested to hear more about that as well! I tend to do manual data cleanup when using ONA tools such as Kumu, ucinet/netdraw and nodexl... I’ve pulled data from AD then manually created forms (and conducted interviews) to do what you’re asking about...

Thanks,
John


On 18 Apr 2018, at 13:12, allison.ehrman@... [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> wrote:

 

Is anyone aware of an ONA (organizational network analysis) tool that can be integrated with Active Directory (or can leverage data from AD)? I'm in the early stages of planning an ONA for our ~1500 employees and am looking for a way to validate employee data entry (names of other employees) to save myself the pain of having to clean it up manually after the survey. In other words, I'd like to allow survey participants to choose employees from a people picker rather than having them type in names manually.



Allison Ehrman, CKM

Director, Knowledge Management

Policies, Process and Integration

Polaris Alpha

6210 Guardian Gateway, Suite 200

Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005

(Office) 410.834.7352

allison.ehrman@... 

www.polarisalpha.com 


--
Patti Anklam
Leveraging Context, Knowledge, and Networks

http://www.pattianklam.com



Re: Organizational Network Analysis and Active Directory #SNA-ONA-VNA

John Hovell
 

Hi Allison, I’d be interested to hear more about that as well! I tend to do manual data cleanup when using ONA tools such as Kumu, ucinet/netdraw and nodexl... I’ve pulled data from AD then manually created forms (and conducted interviews) to do what you’re asking about...

Thanks,
John

On 18 Apr 2018, at 13:12, allison.ehrman@... [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> wrote:

 

Is anyone aware of an ONA (organizational network analysis) tool that can be integrated with Active Directory (or can leverage data from AD)? I'm in the early stages of planning an ONA for our ~1500 employees and am looking for a way to validate employee data entry (names of other employees) to save myself the pain of having to clean it up manually after the survey. In other words, I'd like to allow survey participants to choose employees from a people picker rather than having them type in names manually.



Allison Ehrman, CKM

Director, Knowledge Management

Policies, Process and Integration

Polaris Alpha

6210 Guardian Gateway, Suite 200

Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005

(Office) 410.834.7352

allison.ehrman@... 

www.polarisalpha.com 



Organizational Network Analysis and Active Directory #SNA-ONA-VNA

allison.ehrman@...
 

Is anyone aware of an ONA (organizational network analysis) tool that can be integrated with Active Directory (or can leverage data from AD)? I'm in the early stages of planning an ONA for our ~1500 employees and am looking for a way to validate employee data entry (names of other employees) to save myself the pain of having to clean it up manually after the survey. In other words, I'd like to allow survey participants to choose employees from a people picker rather than having them type in names manually.



Allison Ehrman, CKM

Director, Knowledge Management

Policies, Process and Integration

Polaris Alpha

6210 Guardian Gateway, Suite 200

Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005

(Office) 410.834.7352

allison.ehrman@... 

www.polarisalpha.com 



Stephanie Barnes
 

Hi Soha,

I recently wrote a chapter about KM and innovation/creativity for the book KM Matters, you can find a chapter excerpt here http://www.ageofartists.org/how-a-creative-mindset-can-be-adopted-in-our-organizations/ and you can get a free PDF of the book here https://www.johngirard.net/kmmatters/

Feel free to get in touch if you have any questions.

Best Regards,
Stephanie Barnes

P.S. is revising/updating your KM strategy, you may want to take a look at the book I co-authored with Nick Milton http://books.infotoday.com/books/Designing-a-Successful-KM-Strategy.shtml
 


Soha Radwan
 

Thanks Daniel a lot! 
Interesting!

On Tuesday, 17 April 2018, 20:00:14 GMT+4, Daniel Ranta danieleranta@... [sikmleaders] wrote:


 

You might want to look at the NABC model.  Just google "NABC and Innovation" and you will see this innovation method as a way to benchmark and accelerate (potentially) your thinking.  Dan

On Tue, Apr 17, 2018 at 12:33 AM, soharadwan@... [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> wrote:
 

Hi All,

I am working in a governmental organization. We have a KM unit, KM strategy and tools. We have recently expanded our scope to be a KM and Innovation management (KIM) department. Accordingly we are working on modifying our strategy to be  KM and Innovation (KIM) strategy. We are currently assessing our KM maturity and Innovation readiness level, and conducting analysis for the strategy.

What am looking for now is to find:
- Simple yet effective KM and Innovation models ( that combine both KM and innovation) to build/ base the KIM strategy on.
- Assessment Tools that measure both KM maturity and Innovation readiness levels (through a single tool)
- Any practical models/ examples/ case-studies  of integrating KM and Innovation.

I am keen to focus on simple, focused and practical models and avoid theoretical and complicated ones, so our approach is understood across the organization and buy-in is gained.

Thanks a lot :)

Soha.




Soha Radwan
 

Thanks Stan for sharing. I read most of them before following you on LinkedIn :) Very helpful as usual!


On Tuesday, 17 April 2018, 17:24:15 GMT+4, stangarfield@... [sikmleaders] wrote:



Soha Radwan
 

Thanks a lot Douglas, will send you.

On Tuesday, 17 April 2018, 17:08:54 GMT+4, Douglas Weidner douglas.weidner@... [sikmleaders] wrote:


 

Dear Soha,

At the KM Institute, we have a Knowledge Maturity Model (KMM)(tm), which is unique for two reasons. 

  1. It is not only a traditional diagnostic/assessment tool, but prescriptive as well.
  2. It is not focused on just KM maturity, but on all the critical elements for K-Age success, including: transformational change mgmt, human capital, customer satisfaction, and of course innovation.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                If you have an interest in knowing more (or any other sikm member, just send me an email at douglas.weidner@...  
Douglas Weidner
Exec Chairman, Chief CKM Instructor
KM Institute

On Tue, Apr 17, 2018 at 12:33 AM, soharadwan@... [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> wrote:
 

Hi All,

I am working in a governmental organization. We have a KM unit, KM strategy and tools. We have recently expanded our scope to be a KM and Innovation management (KIM) department. Accordingly we are working on modifying our strategy to be  KM and Innovation (KIM) strategy. We are currently assessing our KM maturity and Innovation readiness level, and conducting analysis for the strategy.

What am looking for now is to find:
- Simple yet effective KM and Innovation models ( that combine both KM and innovation) to build/ base the KIM strategy on.
- Assessment Tools that measure both KM maturity and Innovation readiness levels (through a single tool)
- Any practical models/ examples/ case-studies  of integrating KM and Innovation.

I am keen to focus on simple, focused and practical models and avoid theoretical and complicated ones, so our approach is understood across the organization and buy-in is gained.

Thanks a lot :)

Soha.




Soha Radwan
 

Hi Bill,

Thanks a lot Bill ! it is very useful.

As for the KMML model, I love the part that distinguishes the content (codified forms) from the other components, which really makes sense.

For the COP maturity level model, it is really beneficial, and I think it can be one of the measures for knowledge utilization in the organization, where the target could be going up this maturity level.

Best,

Soha.

On Tuesday, 17 April 2018, 16:41:46 GMT+4, Bill Kaplan bill@... [sikmleaders] wrote:


 

Hi Soha

 

Please let me offer this link for a practice based capability/maturity model (baseline) for reference:  https://workingknowledge-csp.com/uploads/docs/pdf/KM_Maturity_Model-interim_v1_10.16.2017_publish.pdf

If you get to a place where Communities of Practice (CoP) are meaningful in your strategy and implementation, please look at this link to my CoP Maturity Model: https://workingknowledge-csp.com/uploads/docs/CoP_Maturity_Model_v1.pdf

 

Best

 

Bill

 

 

 

 

  

 

Learn more about the solutions and value we provide at www.workingknowledge-csp.com

 

 

 

From: sikmleaders@...
Sent: Tuesday, April 17, 2018 00:34
To: sikmleaders@...
Subject: [sikmleaders] KM and Innovation

 

 

Hi All,

 

I am working in a governmental organization. We have a KM unit, KM strategy and tools. We have recently expanded our scope to be a KM and Innovation management (KIM) department. Accordingly we are working on modifying our strategy to be  KM and Innovation (KIM) strategy. We are currently assessing our KM maturity and Innovation readiness level, and conducting analysis for the strategy.

 

What am looking for now is to find:

- Simple yet effective KM and Innovation models ( that combine both KM and innovation) to build/ base the KIM strategy on.

- Assessment Tools that measure both KM maturity and Innovation readiness levels (through a single tool)

- Any practical models/ examples/ case-studies  of integrating KM and Innovation.

 

I am keen to focus on simple, focused and practical models and avoid theoretical and complicated ones, so our approach is understood across the organization and buy-in is gained.

 

Thanks a lot :)

Soha.

 


April 2018 SIKM Call: Nancy Dixon - The Art of Creating a Trusted Space #monthly-call #trust

Stan Garfield
 
Edited

TO: SIKM Leaders Community

Today we held our 152nd monthly call. Here are the details:
Thanks to Nancy for presenting, to Catherine Shinners, Mary Abraham, and Dean Testa for live tweeting, and to all who participated. Please continue the discussion by replying to this thread.


Dan Ranta
 

You might want to look at the NABC model.  Just google "NABC and Innovation" and you will see this innovation method as a way to benchmark and accelerate (potentially) your thinking.  Dan

On Tue, Apr 17, 2018 at 12:33 AM, soharadwan@... [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> wrote:
 

Hi All,

I am working in a governmental organization. We have a KM unit, KM strategy and tools. We have recently expanded our scope to be a KM and Innovation management (KIM) department. Accordingly we are working on modifying our strategy to be  KM and Innovation (KIM) strategy. We are currently assessing our KM maturity and Innovation readiness level, and conducting analysis for the strategy.

What am looking for now is to find:
- Simple yet effective KM and Innovation models ( that combine both KM and innovation) to build/ base the KIM strategy on.
- Assessment Tools that measure both KM maturity and Innovation readiness levels (through a single tool)
- Any practical models/ examples/ case-studies  of integrating KM and Innovation.

I am keen to focus on simple, focused and practical models and avoid theoretical and complicated ones, so our approach is understood across the organization and buy-in is gained.

Thanks a lot :)

Soha.




Stan Garfield
 


Douglas Weidner
 

Dear Soha,

At the KM Institute, we have a Knowledge Maturity Model (KMM)(tm), which is unique for two reasons. 

  1. It is not only a traditional diagnostic/assessment tool, but prescriptive as well.
  2. It is not focused on just KM maturity, but on all the critical elements for K-Age success, including: transformational change mgmt, human capital, customer satisfaction, and of course innovation.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                If you have an interest in knowing more (or any other sikm member, just send me an email at douglas.weidner@...  
Douglas Weidner
Exec Chairman, Chief CKM Instructor
KM Institute

On Tue, Apr 17, 2018 at 12:33 AM, soharadwan@... [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> wrote:
 

Hi All,

I am working in a governmental organization. We have a KM unit, KM strategy and tools. We have recently expanded our scope to be a KM and Innovation management (KIM) department. Accordingly we are working on modifying our strategy to be  KM and Innovation (KIM) strategy. We are currently assessing our KM maturity and Innovation readiness level, and conducting analysis for the strategy.

What am looking for now is to find:
- Simple yet effective KM and Innovation models ( that combine both KM and innovation) to build/ base the KIM strategy on.
- Assessment Tools that measure both KM maturity and Innovation readiness levels (through a single tool)
- Any practical models/ examples/ case-studies  of integrating KM and Innovation.

I am keen to focus on simple, focused and practical models and avoid theoretical and complicated ones, so our approach is understood across the organization and buy-in is gained.

Thanks a lot :)

Soha.




 

Hi Soha

 

Please let me offer this link for a practice based capability/maturity model (baseline) for reference:  https://workingknowledge-csp.com/uploads/docs/pdf/KM_Maturity_Model-interim_v1_10.16.2017_publish.pdf

If you get to a place where Communities of Practice (CoP) are meaningful in your strategy and implementation, please look at this link to my CoP Maturity Model: https://workingknowledge-csp.com/uploads/docs/CoP_Maturity_Model_v1.pdf

 

Best

 

Bill

 

 

 

 

  

 

Learn more about the solutions and value we provide at www.workingknowledge-csp.com

 

 

 

From: sikmleaders@... <sikmleaders@...>
Sent: Tuesday, April 17, 2018 00:34
To: sikmleaders@...
Subject: [sikmleaders] KM and Innovation

 

 

Hi All,

 

I am working in a governmental organization. We have a KM unit, KM strategy and tools. We have recently expanded our scope to be a KM and Innovation management (KIM) department. Accordingly we are working on modifying our strategy to be  KM and Innovation (KIM) strategy. We are currently assessing our KM maturity and Innovation readiness level, and conducting analysis for the strategy.

 

What am looking for now is to find:

- Simple yet effective KM and Innovation models ( that combine both KM and innovation) to build/ base the KIM strategy on.

- Assessment Tools that measure both KM maturity and Innovation readiness levels (through a single tool)

- Any practical models/ examples/ case-studies  of integrating KM and Innovation.

 

I am keen to focus on simple, focused and practical models and avoid theoretical and complicated ones, so our approach is understood across the organization and buy-in is gained.

 

Thanks a lot :)

Soha.

 


Soha Radwan
 

Thanks a lot Murray!

On Tuesday, 17 April 2018, 08:56:00 GMT+4, Murray Jennex murphjen@... [sikmleaders] wrote:


 

give me a few days to look but my KM Systems track at the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences has expanded into the Knowledge, Innovation, and Entrepreneurial Systems track (we've been KM and Innovation for several years now).  I know I have published a few articles on KM and Innovation in my journal, the International Journal of Knowledge Management, and am reviewing and publishing many articles combining KM and Innovation.  So I agree you are doing the right thing and I'll see what I can find....murray jennex


-----Original Message-----
From: soharadwan@... [sikmleaders]
To: sikmleaders
Sent: Mon, Apr 16, 2018 9:33 pm
Subject: [sikmleaders] KM and Innovation



Hi All,

I am working in a governmental organization. We have a KM unit, KM strategy and tools. We have recently expanded our scope to be a KM and Innovation management (KIM) department. Accordingly we are working on modifying our strategy to be  KM and Innovation (KIM) strategy. We are currently assessing our KM maturity and Innovation readiness level, and conducting analysis for the strategy.

What am looking for now is to find:
- Simple yet effective KM and Innovation models ( that combine both KM and innovation) to build/ base the KIM strategy on.
- Assessment Tools that measure both KM maturity and Innovation readiness levels (through a single tool)
- Any practical models/ examples/ case-studies  of integrating KM and Innovation.

I am keen to focus on simple, focused and practical models and avoid theoretical and complicated ones, so our approach is understood across the organization and buy-in is gained.

Thanks a lot :)
Soha.



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