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Re: 2019 Midwest KM Symposium #conferences

Nancy Dixon
 

Derick  I submitted a proposal several weeks ago. Do you have it or do you need me to resend it.

Nancy
 


On Jun 17, 2019, at 4:45 PM, derekbostic@... [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> wrote:

Hello - my name is Derek Bostic and my organization will be hosting this year's symposium in Cincinnati.  Like many others in this group and in the field, I was a KM practitioner well before I knew what KM was.  My first true KM immersion occurred at Midwest KM and I can't imagine not attending it moving forward.  I appreciated the candor, conversation and support I received as well as the relationships I built as a result of attending.  If you're available we'd love to have you attend and hopefully join the broader conversation as a presenter.  Our goal is to create an "unconference" feel where there are more conversations, interactions and applications than other events you might have previously attended.  Please consider joining us as we discuss how we can positively disrupt our organizations through KM.  


Best, 

Derek Bostic 



Re: 2019 Midwest KM Symposium #conferences

Derek Bostic
 

Hello - my name is Derek Bostic and my organization will be hosting this year's symposium in Cincinnati.  Like many others in this group and in the field, I was a KM practitioner well before I knew what KM was.  My first true KM immersion occurred at Midwest KM and I can't imagine not attending it moving forward.  I appreciated the candor, conversation and support I received as well as the relationships I built as a result of attending.  If you're available we'd love to have you attend and hopefully join the broader conversation as a presenter.  Our goal is to create an "unconference" feel where there are more conversations, interactions and applications than other events you might have previously attended.  Please consider joining us as we discuss how we can positively disrupt our organizations through KM.  

Best, 

Derek Bostic 


June 2019 SIKM Call: Kate Pugh - Conversational AI #conversation #AI #monthly-call

Stan Garfield
 

This is a reminder of tomorrow's monthly call from 11 am to 12 noon EDT.

SIKM Leaders Community Monthly Call



Video/Audio- The Social Media Manager: More Than Memes - 5 June 2019 #video #social-media

Matt Moore <innotecture@...>
 

Here is video & audio from the recent Information innovation @ UTS event: https://www.meetup.com/en-AU/Information-Innovation-UTS/events/259517515/


Maya Mausli & Lauren Mathieson (We Are Social / PwC Australia) - Confessions of a Social Media Manager:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJ4jU7SbSU4
Jennifer Hagedorn (UTS) - Social Media Futures: 'Un-black-boxing' social: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDbcWRRmC7U
Joanne Jacobs (Disruptors Handbook) - Social Media Influence: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=52F1CHDH1kE
Q&A Discussion: https://soundcloud.com/user-722164145/qa-session-for-information-innovation-uts-session-the-social-media-manager-more-than-memes

As social media has grown, so social media management for organizations has moved from a sidehustle for an intern to a professional role. This session explores the opportunities and challenges of that role. We will discuss:
- What a social media manager actually does.
- How they engage both the organizations they work in and the broader general publics.
- The rise of the "influencer" and what this means for social media managers


Knowledge is Power - a reflection from the life of the late Bob Hawke - Australian Prime Minister 1938-1991. #thought-leaders

Richard Vines <plessons@...>
 

As we continue to ponder the role of "knowledge", "knowledge management", management of knowledge, "information" and all the rest of it, I feel somewhat compelled (not sure why) to reflect on one aspect of the life of Australia's now late prime minister - Bob Hawke.

Professor Ross Gaurnaut, an eminent Australian economist reflected at Hawke's recent memorial service in Sydney about Hawke's underlying commitment to knowledge:

I quote from Garnaut's talk - which can be viewed on youtube here


“Knowledge is Power” is the motto of Perth Modern School, Bob Hawke’s old school and mine.

 

Just before we sat down this morning, the Premier of WA asked me to tell you that a new Bob Hawke College is soon to be opened alongside our old school.

 

Knowledge is Power.

 

Hawke understood that widely shared knowledge was the foundation of a successful democracy:

 

his National Economic Summit was all about educating us on our critical problems and the changes necessary to overcome them;

 

speeches at home and abroad were, from the start, exercises in public education about outward-looking change, reorientation, the advantages of open trade.

 

Hawke said we should be the clever country, built on our brains and knowledge.

 

One of his proudest achievements was a transformational increase in the numbers of Australian schoolchildren completing Year 12.

 

He implemented the policies through which Australia became a leading place of learning for international students.

 

He was an Australian social democrat at home in every international context - 

 

Chinese leaders engaging with him late into the night in Nanjing, Chengdu and Perth about the reforms transforming China, with an intimacy that had no parallel.

 

Making sure through his close friend Secretary for State George Shultz that the US was never surprised by what we were doing in China.;

 

Nelson Mandela attributing a crucial role to his global financial sanctions;

 

using his high personal standing to draw together the leaders of the Asia Pacific to form APEC.

 

Bob Hawke had one of the most analytically strong, retentive and well-disciplined minds with which I have interacted in a lifetime of working with clever people.

 

His focus and stamina enabled productive work with staff, ministers, public servants and the people.

 

He had always read in good time a paper prepared for him. Usually overnight.

 

He respected the Public Service as a rich resource of knowledge, experience and analytic capacity

 

He was the purposeful leader of a Ministry of unequalled talent, ensuring prominence for Bill Hayden and his supporters, setting priorities for reform, letting Ministers get on with the job, and talking things through face to face when they did not go to plan.

 

We in his office loved going to work.

 

Our interactions could be shocking in their honesty. 


Hawke expected to be told, forcefully, if any of us thought a Government position or Prime Ministerial idea was unsound.

 

And he took full personal responsibility for a position based on advice when political gales blew against it.

 

Bob Hawke showed us how good democratic government can be. 

 

Amidst the daunting contemporary realities, his life as Prime Minister gives hope for a democratic future with broadly shared prosperity, for our country and for humanity.  




Invitation to participate :: Agile Knowledge-LAB #agile

Joel Muzard
 

Hello sikmers,


I invite you to participate on the June Agile Knowledge-LAB.
If you are in London, join me !


Invitation to participate :: Online Knowledge-LAB :: Collective Intelligence in Action :: June 18, 2019

The Personal and Organizational Agile Transformations triggered by the need of more complex actions : Teaming for Results
http://www.a-i-a.com/k-net/K-Lab-events.html

Come to share your ideas and experiences.
K-LAB is now scheduled for :
Date: Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Time:
10:00 San Francisco Time Zone
13:00 h EDT Toronto, Ottawa and New York Time Zone
18:00 in London Time Zone and at WeWork
http://www.a-i-a.com/k-net/K-Lab-events.html






Re: 2019 Midwest KM Symposium #conferences

Chet Robinson
 

Hello, I invite all KM professionals, especially those who are relatively new to the field, to join us for what should be an informative and collegial time. After managing content and collaboration-related KM responsibilities as part of my marketing roles for nearly a decade, I took a lead KM role within Teradata's professional services organization in 2016.  Attending the 2018 KM Midwest Symposium helped further clarify my appreciation of the many disciplines within KM. I had previously attended KMWorld and appreciated the experience, but the Symposium's value for me was the quality of the networking and interactions one can have with a more modest sized group.

I have assisted the planning team for this year's symposium, primarily focused on developing content that can help generate discussion about the ways in which KM leaders can most effectively demonstrate the relevance of what we do to both front-line knowledge workers and senior executives. If you have any experience or thought leadership about how to best approach this challenge or other "burning platforms," please take the time to visit the symposium site and submit your proposal. 

Sincerely,
Chet Robinson
Knowledge Management Lead - Regions, Go to Market Operations
Teradata 


Re: KM Reading Lists #books

Phil Barnett
 

I also like Managing Organizational Knowledge by Chuck Tryon.  It presents a fairly practical project management approach to KM improvements.

Best to you,
Phil



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CFP: International Conference on Next Generation Libraries-2019 (NGL-2019), December 12-14, 2019 | NIT Rourkela, India. #call-for #conferences

Bhojaraju Gunjal
 

Dear Professional Colleagues,

It gives us immense pleasure to inform you that the International Conference on Next Generation Libraries-2019 (NGL-2019) on New Trends & Technologies, Collaboration & Community Engagement, Future Librarianship, Library Spaces & Services which will be held from December 12-14, 2019 at TIIR Auditorium, National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, India.

This conference organised by Biju Patnaik Central Library, National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, India in collaboration with Special   Libraries   Association (SLA, USA)- Asian   Chapter.  NGL-2019 will provide a platform to discuss on the above themes along with related issues and challenges and probable solutions to overcome risks associated with the future of different types of libraries.

 

NGL-2019 provide an excellent opportunity for all including Librarians, Information Professionals, Knowledge Managers, Researchers  and  Practitioners  to  share experiences,  ideas,  research  results,  meeting  and  networking in all  aspects  of new Emerging Technology in Libraries. Don't miss out on the many opportunities which will allow you to share your experiences and learn from other professionals.  There  will  be many  events,  including  educational  programs,  networking  events,  receptions,  vendor product presentations, panel discussions and so on.

 

Therefore, on behalf of the Organizing Committee, I extend you a warm invitation to Call for Papers and Participate in the NGL- 2019 in which renowned personalities from the library profession will deliberate across the globe. I am sure that the discussions and interaction during the conference will promote a wider understanding of the subject.  I take this opportunity to extend my invitation to you to contribute the research/case studies to theme and sub-themes for the presentation and publication. I look forward to receiving your paper and solicit your participation in this prestigious conference. 

 

Important Dates:

 

Full Paper submission deadline:

06th  September 2019

Full Paper  Notification of acceptance:

30th  September 2019

Final Paper Submission deadline:

15th October 2019

Registration deadline for Authors:

1st  November  2019

Conference Dates:

12-14  December 2019

 

For more details refer : https://ngl2019.blogspot.com/ |  https://ngl2019.webnode.com  | Brochure

 

Looking forward to meet you at Rourkela, India.

 

With regards

 

Bhojaraju Gunjal, Ph.D

Convener & Organizing Secretary - NGL-2019

Head & Deputy Librarian,

Biju Patnaik Central Library,

National Institute of Technology Rourkela.

Rourkela - 769008. Odisha. INDIA.

Phone: 0061-2462101 / 9040511891 

E-mail: ngl2019.india@...  | 

Web: http://ngl2019.nitrkl.ac.in  |    https://ngl2019.webnode.com/



Re: KM Reading Lists #books

Stan Garfield
 


Re: KM Reading Lists #books

Anthony Rhem
 

Stan, here is another KM book to add to the list: Knowledge Management in Law Firms: Expertise in Action, 2016;

Globe Law and Business: https://www.globelawandbusiness.com/books/knowledge-management-in-law-firms-expertise-in-action

 

Thanks

Tony

 

Dr. Anthony J. Rhem, PhD.

CEO/Principal Consultant

A.J. Rhem & Associates, Inc.

www.ajrhem.com

Office: 312-396-4024

Cell: 312-696-9705

 

 

From: sikmleaders@...
Sent: Tuesday, June 11, 2019 1:35 PM
To: sikmleaders@...
Subject: [sikmleaders] KM Reading Lists

 

 

I just updated my list of Knowledge Management Books. If you have other books or reading lists you think I should add, please reply with links.



A longer list of books mentioned in my Profiles in Knowledge Series and earlier blog posts is also available. The two most recent articles in the series are:


Re: KM Reading Lists #books

John Sharp
 

Thank you Stan. I enjoy the readings. Lately, I have been reading books and articles from the 90’s…very informative. Cheers.

-------------------
John W. Sharp
Knowledge and Information Management Professional

778-229-5272
john.w.sharp@...
http://linkedin.com/in/johnwsharp

On Jun 11, 2019, at 10:35 AM, stangarfield@... [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> wrote:


I just updated my list of Knowledge Management Books. If you have other books or reading lists you think I should add, please reply with links.


A longer list of books mentioned in my Profiles in Knowledge Series and earlier blog posts is also available. The two most recent articles in the series are:






Re: KM Reading Lists #books

Sandra Lopez
 

Hi, which of those books would be the most recommended? 
Tks 

Sandra López PhD Ingeniería 

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El 11/06/2019, a la(s) 3:39 p. m., Bill Kaplan bill@... [sikmleaders] <sikmleaders@...> escribió:

 

As always, thank you Stan!

 

From: sikmleaders@... <sikmleaders@...>
Sent: Tuesday, June 11, 2019 13:35
To: sikmleaders@...
Subject: [sikmleaders] KM Reading Lists

 

 

I just updated my list of Knowledge Management Books. If you have other books or reading lists you think I should add, please reply with links.



A longer list of books mentioned in my Profiles in Knowledge Series and earlier blog posts is also available. The two most recent articles in the series are:


Re: KM Reading Lists #books

 

As always, thank you Stan!

 

From: sikmleaders@... <sikmleaders@...>
Sent: Tuesday, June 11, 2019 13:35
To: sikmleaders@...
Subject: [sikmleaders] KM Reading Lists

 

 

I just updated my list of Knowledge Management Books. If you have other books or reading lists you think I should add, please reply with links.



A longer list of books mentioned in my Profiles in Knowledge Series and earlier blog posts is also available. The two most recent articles in the series are:


KM Reading Lists #books

Stan Garfield
 

I just updated my list of Knowledge Management Books. If you have other books or reading lists you think I should add, please reply with links.


A longer list of books mentioned in my Profiles in Knowledge Series and earlier blog posts is also available. The two most recent articles in the series are:


Invitation to participate :: Agile Knowledge-LAB #agile

Joel Muzard
 

Invitation to participate :: Online Knowledge-LAB :: Collective Intelligence in Action :: June 18, 2019

Theme:
The Personal and Organizational Agile Transformations triggered by the need of more complex actions : Teaming for Results
http://www.a-i-a.com/k-net/K-Lab-events.html

Come to share your ideas and experiences and participate to the co-construction of the social mind!
K-LAB is now scheduled for :
Date: Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Time:
10:00 San Francisco Time Zone
13:00 h EDT Toronto, Ottawa and New York Time Zone
18:00 in London Time Zone and at WeWork
http://www.a-i-a.com/k-net/K-Lab-events.html






Re: The role of KM in future-proofing consultancy firms #consulting

Jasper Lavertu
 
Edited

Hi Matt (and others),
 
One last message in this thread.
 
My essay (the role of KM in future-proofing established consultancy firms), which was written in the framework of my parttime MSc studie, has been graded with an avarage of 8.3 (out of ten).
 
Matt, again many thanks for your contribution. 
The essay is attached to this message for those interested.
Kind regards,
Jasper
KM Specialist @ Feadship Royal Dutch Shipyards & parttime MSc student at the University of Amsterdam


Re: KM for Data Science #data-science #knowledge-graph

Stan Garfield
 


Re: Presentation management recommendations SharePoint 2016 #tools

Stan Garfield
 

Caitlin, thanks for your query.

I think you have four alternatives:
  1. Use Microsoft technology as is.
  2. Use some other company's product to supplement/complement Microsoft technology.
  3. Use some other company's product instead of Microsoft technology.
  4. Build your own custom solution.
Here are the products I found:


Job Posting - Dropbox Technical Program Manager #jobs

Maureen Mason
 

Hello


My team at Dropbox is hiring a Technical Program Manager and the role will be a bit of a jack of trades but I would love to get a candidate with a background in Knowledge Management or L&D.


The role is based in our San Francisco office. 


Here is the description and a link to apply. 


Let me know if you have any questions. 


Best, 

Maureen 

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