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Re: SIKM Leaders Community 15th Anniversary #milestone

Susan Hanley
 

Wow, 15 years! That's awesome! Thanks so much for all you do for our community, Stan! Happy Anniversary to all!


Re: SIKM Leaders Community 15th Anniversary #milestone

 

Ha! And then they said KM was pretty much dead! Well, fast forward to 2020, SIKM and KM is still very much alive and kicking!

Big congrats, Stan (and everyone else!), for making SIKM a special community for knowledge practitioners! We're are living through truly extraordinary times and I'm really glad SIKM keeps pushing the limits in terms of helping organisations understand how critical KM is for each and everyone of them. Back then, and even more so today! 👏👏👏


Re: SIKM Leaders Community 15th Anniversary #milestone

Joel Muzard
 

Congratulations Stan ! Amazing Community ! Thank you for all !

Le 6 mai 2020 à 07:27, Stan Garfield <stangarfield@...> a écrit :

15 years ago today I presented for the first time at the annual APQC Knowledge Management Conference. It was held that year in my former home town, St. Louis. Here are the slides I used:
Increasing Profits Through KM

On that same date the SIKM Leaders Community held its initial meeting. Here are details on that meeting and the history of the community:
SIKM Leaders Community: A community of practice for knowledge management

It was at that conference that I first met Tom Barfield, who became one of our first members. Tom is the presenter on this month's call on May 19, 2020 at 11 am EDT. Here is his topic:
Keeeb's Enterprise Intelligence Platform.

I would like to thank everyone who has helped make this community thrive for 15 years. That includes all of the presenters and attendees on the monthly calls, those who live tweet and ask questions during the calls, those who share and learn from posts, and those who ask and answer questions. A special thanks to Kate Pugh, Nancy Dixon, and Susan Ostreicher for leading the recent efforts to improve our community, and to all those who responded and agreed to participate in ongoing activities as a result.

If you would like to present or lead a discussion on a future monthly call, just let me know.  Here are the details on our calls:


With gratitude,
Stan


Re: SIKM Leaders Community 15th Anniversary #milestone

Arno Boersma
 

Congrats, Stan! No small feat to keep the movement going. 

On May 6, 2020, at 7:27 AM, Stan Garfield <stangarfield@...> wrote:

15 years ago today I presented for the first time at the annual APQC Knowledge Management Conference. It was held that year in my former home town, St. Louis. Here are the slides I used:
Increasing Profits Through KM

On that same date the SIKM Leaders Community held its initial meeting. Here are details on that meeting and the history of the community:
SIKM Leaders Community: A community of practice for knowledge management

It was at that conference that I first met Tom Barfield, who became one of our first members. Tom is the presenter on this month's call on May 19, 2020 at 11 am EDT. Here is his topic:
Keeeb's Enterprise Intelligence Platform.

I would like to thank everyone who has helped make this community thrive for 15 years. That includes all of the presenters and attendees on the monthly calls, those who live tweet and ask questions during the calls, those who share and learn from posts, and those who ask and answer questions. A special thanks to Kate Pugh, Nancy Dixon, and Susan Ostreicher for leading the recent efforts to improve our community, and to all those who responded and agreed to participate in ongoing activities as a result.

If you would like to present or lead a discussion on a future monthly call, just let me know.  Here are the details on our calls:


With gratitude,
Stan


Re: SIKM Leaders Community 15th Anniversary #milestone

 

Stan,
Your stewardship and dedication to this community is formidable - keeping the record, hosting the monthly calls to bring forward the diverse talents of the group so we all learn, to your in-person presence at events, and to well, just being Stan!

A wonderful milestone, and perhaps in these times we know KM is more vital than ever.

Happy Anniversary to SIKM and thank you Stan.
Catherine


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Re: SIKM Leaders Community 15th Anniversary #milestone

Dennis Pearce
 

Congratulations -- SIKM has been a driving force in the KM world for years but soon it will be old enough to drive legally!



Re: SIKM Leaders Community 15th Anniversary #milestone

 

Congratulations Stan and happy 15 years anniversary.

 

You are a true community leader and SIKM is your legacy.

 

Thanks for your continued drive and to all KMers for making the world share and re-use knowledge more effectively.


Stay safe.

 

Cordially,

 

Jean-Claude

 

From: SIKM <SIKM@groups.io> on behalf of "T J Elliott via groups.io" <tjell2010@...>
Reply-To: SIKM <SIKM@groups.io>
Date: Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 7:38 AM
To: SIKM <SIKM@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [SIKM] SIKM Leaders Community 15th Anniversary

 

Congrats on Quinceañera! The contribution made by your establishment of the group not just to its members but to the world in which they live and try to do their best is enormous

Peace,
T.J.

"Doubt is unpleasant, but certainty is ridiculous' Voltaire



   

 

On Wed, May 6, 2020, 7:27 AM Stan Garfield <stangarfield@...> wrote:

15 years ago today I presented for the first time at the annual APQC Knowledge Management Conference. It was held that year in my former home town, St. Louis. Here are the slides I used:
Increasing Profits Through KM

On that same date the SIKM Leaders Community held its initial meeting. Here are details on that meeting and the history of the community:
SIKM Leaders Community: A community of practice for knowledge management

It was at that conference that I first met Tom Barfield, who became one of our first members. Tom is the presenter on this month's call on May 19, 2020 at 11 am EDT. Here is his topic:

Keeeb's Enterprise Intelligence Platform.

I would like to thank everyone who has helped make this community thrive for 15 years. That includes all of the presenters and attendees on the monthly calls, those who live tweet and ask questions during the calls, those who share and learn from posts, and those who ask and answer questions. A special thanks to Kate Pugh, Nancy Dixon, and Susan Ostreicher for leading the recent efforts to improve our community, and to all those who responded and agreed to participate in ongoing activities as a result.

If you would like to present or lead a discussion on a future monthly call, just let me know.  Here are the details on our calls:



With gratitude,
Stan


SIKM Leaders Community 15th Anniversary #milestone

Kiran Seshadri Chidambaram
 

Remember the very first one Stan, doesn’t feel like that long at all. Congratulations to all the members and to Stan for growing this group in such a collaborative manner. Way to go.

 

Best

Kiran

 

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Subject: Re: [SIKM] Invitation: Cortex from the KM Perspective (4/30 9 ET)

 

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Jamie, the recording is available. See https://groups.io/g/SIKM/message/7466

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Re: SIKM Leaders Community 15th Anniversary #milestone

T J Elliott
 

Congrats on Quinceañera! The contribution made by your establishment of the group not just to its members but to the world in which they live and try to do their best is enormous

Peace,
T.J.

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On Wed, May 6, 2020, 7:27 AM Stan Garfield <stangarfield@...> wrote:
15 years ago today I presented for the first time at the annual APQC Knowledge Management Conference. It was held that year in my former home town, St. Louis. Here are the slides I used:
Increasing Profits Through KM

On that same date the SIKM Leaders Community held its initial meeting. Here are details on that meeting and the history of the community:
SIKM Leaders Community: A community of practice for knowledge management

It was at that conference that I first met Tom Barfield, who became one of our first members. Tom is the presenter on this month's call on May 19, 2020 at 11 am EDT. Here is his topic:
Keeeb's Enterprise Intelligence Platform.

I would like to thank everyone who has helped make this community thrive for 15 years. That includes all of the presenters and attendees on the monthly calls, those who live tweet and ask questions during the calls, those who share and learn from posts, and those who ask and answer questions. A special thanks to Kate Pugh, Nancy Dixon, and Susan Ostreicher for leading the recent efforts to improve our community, and to all those who responded and agreed to participate in ongoing activities as a result.

If you would like to present or lead a discussion on a future monthly call, just let me know.  Here are the details on our calls:


With gratitude,
Stan


Re: SIKM Leaders Community 15th Anniversary #milestone

Cindy Young
 

Thank you, Stan. This group is great and supports a need that isn’t always recognized until it’s not available.

Regards,
Cindy 

On May 6, 2020, at 7:27 AM, Stan Garfield <stangarfield@...> wrote:

15 years ago today I presented for the first time at the annual APQC Knowledge Management Conference. It was held that year in my former home town, St. Louis. Here are the slides I used:
Increasing Profits Through KM

On that same date the SIKM Leaders Community held its initial meeting. Here are details on that meeting and the history of the community:
SIKM Leaders Community: A community of practice for knowledge management

It was at that conference that I first met Tom Barfield, who became one of our first members. Tom is the presenter on this month's call on May 19, 2020 at 11 am EDT. Here is his topic:
Keeeb's Enterprise Intelligence Platform.

I would like to thank everyone who has helped make this community thrive for 15 years. That includes all of the presenters and attendees on the monthly calls, those who live tweet and ask questions during the calls, those who share and learn from posts, and those who ask and answer questions. A special thanks to Kate Pugh, Nancy Dixon, and Susan Ostreicher for leading the recent efforts to improve our community, and to all those who responded and agreed to participate in ongoing activities as a result.

If you would like to present or lead a discussion on a future monthly call, just let me know.  Here are the details on our calls:


With gratitude,
Stan


Re: SIKM Leaders Community 15th Anniversary #milestone

Daniel Berhin <Daniel_Berhin@...>
 

Congrats  !!!

 

 

From: SIKM@groups.io <SIKM@groups.io> On Behalf Of Stan Garfield
Sent: 06 May 2020 13:27
To: SIKM@groups.io
Subject: [EXT][SIKM] SIKM Leaders Community 15th Anniversary

 

15 years ago today I presented for the first time at the annual APQC Knowledge Management Conference. It was held that year in my former home town, St. Louis. Here are the slides I used:
Increasing Profits Through KM

On that same date the SIKM Leaders Community held its initial meeting. Here are details on that meeting and the history of the community:
SIKM Leaders Community: A community of practice for knowledge management

It was at that conference that I first met Tom Barfield, who became one of our first members. Tom is the presenter on this month's call on May 19, 2020 at 11 am EDT. Here is his topic:

Keeeb's Enterprise Intelligence Platform.

I would like to thank everyone who has helped make this community thrive for 15 years. That includes all of the presenters and attendees on the monthly calls, those who live tweet and ask questions during the calls, those who share and learn from posts, and those who ask and answer questions. A special thanks to Kate Pugh, Nancy Dixon, and Susan Ostreicher for leading the recent efforts to improve our community, and to all those who responded and agreed to participate in ongoing activities as a result.

If you would like to present or lead a discussion on a future monthly call, just let me know.  Here are the details on our calls:


With gratitude,
Stan

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Re: SIKM Leaders Community 15th Anniversary #milestone

Paudel
 

Happy Anniversary to Knowledge Management Practitioners !


On Wed, May 6, 2020 at 5:12 PM Stan Garfield <stangarfield@...> wrote:
15 years ago today I presented for the first time at the annual APQC Knowledge Management Conference. It was held that year in my former home town, St. Louis. Here are the slides I used:
Increasing Profits Through KM

On that same date the SIKM Leaders Community held its initial meeting. Here are details on that meeting and the history of the community:
SIKM Leaders Community: A community of practice for knowledge management

It was at that conference that I first met Tom Barfield, who became one of our first members. Tom is the presenter on this month's call on May 19, 2020 at 11 am EDT. Here is his topic:
Keeeb's Enterprise Intelligence Platform.

I would like to thank everyone who has helped make this community thrive for 15 years. That includes all of the presenters and attendees on the monthly calls, those who live tweet and ask questions during the calls, those who share and learn from posts, and those who ask and answer questions. A special thanks to Kate Pugh, Nancy Dixon, and Susan Ostreicher for leading the recent efforts to improve our community, and to all those who responded and agreed to participate in ongoing activities as a result.

If you would like to present or lead a discussion on a future monthly call, just let me know.  Here are the details on our calls:


With gratitude,
Stan



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Re: SIKM Leaders Community 15th Anniversary #milestone

Patrick Lambe
 

Happy anniversary all, and thank you Stan for your careful and caring stewardship all these years!

P

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On 6 May 2020, at 7:27 PM, Stan Garfield <stangarfield@...> wrote:

15 years ago today I presented for the first time at the annual APQC Knowledge Management Conference. It was held that year in my former home town, St. Louis. Here are the slides I used:
Increasing Profits Through KM

On that same date the SIKM Leaders Community held its initial meeting. Here are details on that meeting and the history of the community:
SIKM Leaders Community: A community of practice for knowledge management

It was at that conference that I first met Tom Barfield, who became one of our first members. Tom is the presenter on this month's call on May 19, 2020 at 11 am EDT. Here is his topic:
Keeeb's Enterprise Intelligence Platform.

I would like to thank everyone who has helped make this community thrive for 15 years. That includes all of the presenters and attendees on the monthly calls, those who live tweet and ask questions during the calls, those who share and learn from posts, and those who ask and answer questions. A special thanks to Kate Pugh, Nancy Dixon, and Susan Ostreicher for leading the recent efforts to improve our community, and to all those who responded and agreed to participate in ongoing activities as a result.

If you would like to present or lead a discussion on a future monthly call, just let me know.  Here are the details on our calls:


With gratitude,
Stan


SIKM Leaders Community 15th Anniversary #milestone

Stan Garfield
 
Edited

15 years ago today I presented for the first time at the annual APQC Knowledge Management Conference. It was held that year in my former home town, St. Louis. Here are the slides I used:
Increasing Profits Through KM

On that same date the SIKM Leaders Community held its initial meeting. Here are details on that meeting and the history of the community:
SIKM Leaders Community: A community of practice for knowledge management

It was at that conference that I first met Tom Barfield, who became one of our first members. Tom is the presenter on this month's call on May 19, 2020 at 11 am EDT. Here is his topic:
Keeeb's Enterprise Intelligence Platform.

I would like to thank everyone who has helped make this community thrive for 15 years. That includes all of the presenters and attendees on the monthly calls, those who live tweet and ask questions during the calls, those who share and learn from posts, and those who ask and answer questions. A special thanks to Kate Pugh, Nancy Dixon, and Susan Ostreicher for leading the recent efforts to improve our community, and to all those who responded and agreed to participate in ongoing activities as a result. And to Sue Hanley, Arno Boersma, and Neesham Spitzberg for managing the annual SIKM dinners.

If you would like to present or lead a discussion on a future monthly call, just let me know.  Here are the details on our calls:


With gratitude,
Stan


Re: Invitation: Cortex from the KM Perspective (4/30 9 ET) #webinar

Stan Garfield
 

Jamie, the recording is available. See https://groups.io/g/SIKM/message/7466


Re: Invitation: Cortex from the KM Perspective (4/30 9 ET) #webinar

Jamie Park
 
Edited

Hi Katrina,
Has this already been done?
 
If so are there any recordings or slides I can refer back to?
 
Many thanks
Jamie 
 

On Wed, Apr 29, 2020, 3:17 AM Katrina Pugh <katrinabpugh@...> wrote:

Hello, SIKM community:

 

Please join the SIKM Boston chapter as we host a “KM-ish” discussion about Microsoft Cortex. 

 

4/30 9AM - 10:00 AM EST 

“Cortex from the KM Perspective” (working title)

 

SIKM Boston is pleased to welcome our very own alum, Chris McNulty, Director of Product Marketing for SharePoint, Microsoft 365, and Project Cortex at Microsoft (bio below). Chris will be discussing Microsoft's new Knowledge Management product, Project Cortex, from the perspective of the knowledge leader. Come discuss the considerations for taxonomy, term sets (controlled vocabulary), topic governance and experience management. We’ll explore the general improvements to enterprise findability as Cortex uses the O365 Graph, and how our SIKM Boston community can help contribute to Cortex‘s evolution.

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Note: SIKM Boston community, an 11-year old entity, has its monthly meeting 8-9 AM ET. If you would like to Join the SIKM Boston chapter, please feel free to request here: http://sikmBoston.pbworks.com
 

Chris McNulty, Director of Product Marketing, Microsoft

Chris McNulty is Director of Product Marketing for SharePoint, Microsoft 365 and Project Cortex at Microsoft.  Chris’s experience as CTO includes companies including Dell Software and Quest.  He was first recognized as a SharePoint MVP in 2013, and led the consulting practice at Knowledge Management Associates, a US based Microsoft Gold Partner.  

 

A frequent speaker at events around the globe, Chris is the author of the “SharePoint 2013 Consultant’s Handbook” among other works.  Chris holds an MBA from Boston College in Investment Management and has over twenty years’ experience in financial services technology with John Hancock, State Street, GMO and Santander.  He blogs at https://techcommunity.microsoft.com

 

LinkedIn profile https://www.linkedin.com/in/cmcnulty/ )

 
Katrina Pugh
AlignConsulting | Collaboration, Analytics and Strategy
Columbia University | Information and Knowledge Strategy Master of Science Program

 

 


Podcast with Luis Suarez - Online collaboration, analytics & behaviour #podcast #collaboration #analytics

Matt Moore <innotecture@...>
 

Download here: https://infoinnouts.podbean.com/e/luis/

Luis Suarez works at panagenda as a Digital Transformation and Data Analytics adviser. A wirearchist, a chief emergineer and a people enabler, he has over 20 years of experience on knowledge management, collaboration, learning, online communities and social networking for business, and has been living, since February 2008, a work life without email.

Luis' latest blog post that we discuss: http://www.elsua.net/2020/04/13/impact-of-data-analytics-in-todays-digital-workplace/

We discuss:
- How to collect analytics about online collaboration.
- Helpful and unhelpful behaviours.
- What opportunities the current crises presents and whether people are grasping them.


2020 Midwest KM Symposium #conferences

Susan Ostreicher
 

Registration is open (again) for this year's Midwest KM Symposium!
 
This free, volunteer-led event is going virtual for the first time. Daily sessions will be held from May 18 through May 28, and you can join for as many or as few sessions as you like. The event is co-organized by Derek Bostic and Linda Hummel, and will feature speakers Kate Pugh, Sheryl Skifstad, Stan Garfield, Madison Jaronski, Todd Fahlberg, Guillermo Galdamez, Ivan Butina, Jamie Muskopf, and John Coles.
 
To see the agenda and to register, please visit the website below. If you had already registered for the in-person event in April, please be sure to register again now. Looking forward to seeing you online! #2020mwkm

https://sites.google.com/site/midwestkmcommunity/2020


Re: SharePoint to Microsoft 365 migration #SharePoint

Robert L. Bogue
 

At the risk of being redundant, while I have technical tricks up my sleeve, I fully concur with what others including Patrick has said.  The challenge is getting to clarity on the behaviors that you want people to have and then communicating the desired behaviors.

 

Simple questions occur like should I make a new team or a new channel?  I’ve attempted to answer some of those questions with a whitepaper “How Many Teams, Sites, Libraries, and Folders?” which you can get at https://thorprojects.com/connect/gifts/white-papers/how-many-teams-sites-libraries-and-folders/  I’ve not publicly announced the whitepaper yet but it will be launched this month.  (I just forced the page public so folks here could get it if they want, but it’s not linked from anywhere on the site yet.)

 

Anything that you can do to make what you want clearer will be helpful.

 

Rob

 

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From: SIKM@groups.io <SIKM@groups.io> On Behalf Of Patrick Lambe via groups.io
Sent: Monday, May 4, 2020 8:06 PM
To: SIKM@groups.io
Subject: Re: [SIKM] Sharepoint to Microsoft 365 migration #discussion-starter

 

Just to supplement to this great thread, the move is going to be a big change for your user communities, especially in now providing multiple options for where documents can be created and found, compared to SP2013. This IS going to produce confusion and information scatter, notwithstanding careful governance planning, migration planning and the technical fixes that Robert mentioned. This doesn’t really add anything new to the contributions, just emphasises their importance, for having great clarity upfront, and patience and persistence in working with the user communities over the medium to longer term to reshape habituated practices. 

 

P

 

Patrick Lambe

Partner

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twitter: @plambesg



Knowledge mapping made easy: www.aithinsoftware.com

 

On 5 May 2020, at 12:53 AM, Catherine Shinners <catherineshinners@...> wrote:

 

Hi.

 

If you are broadening from SharePoint to the full O365 capabilities, you might consider careful adoption and engagement programs along with the guidance and governance that Dan Ranta mentioned. 

 

I have noticed in projects I've seen that energy towards enablement and training often drops off quickly after "rollout" leaving a gap in people's understanding of the different contexts for using the capabilities .    Developing good use case scenarios can be helpful.   Sustained adoption support is vital

 

Here are some questions or use cases that I've seen omitted or not addressed well.

  • When should we use Teams, when is Yammer a good idea?
  • How can we integrate various tools for different contexts? 
  • Should we use Yammer for Corporate Communications? Teams for teamwork, 1:1 messaging,?
  • Would SharePoint with Yammer integration be good for Communities of Practice?

Etc.

 

Without this kind of explicit use case development and sustained adoption support, the capabilities may be frequently misapplied leading to user frustration and subsequently languishing.   Rollout is a technology project concept.  Sustained enablement applied to use cases and workflows is a separate concept.

 

Recent links
https://www.computerworld.com/article/3538811/defense-dept-rolls-out-microsoft-teams-to-millions-of-remote-workers.html?

https://mspoweruser.com/full-yammer-experience-microsoft-teams/

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Re: SharePoint to Microsoft 365 migration #SharePoint

Patrick Lambe
 

Just to supplement to this great thread, the move is going to be a big change for your user communities, especially in now providing multiple options for where documents can be created and found, compared to SP2013. This IS going to produce confusion and information scatter, notwithstanding careful governance planning, migration planning and the technical fixes that Robert mentioned. This doesn’t really add anything new to the contributions, just emphasises their importance, for having great clarity upfront, and patience and persistence in working with the user communities over the medium to longer term to reshape habituated practices. 

P

Patrick Lambe
Partner
+65 62210383



twitter: @plambesg

Knowledge mapping made easy: www.aithinsoftware.com

On 5 May 2020, at 12:53 AM, Catherine Shinners <catherineshinners@...> wrote:

Hi.

If you are broadening from SharePoint to the full O365 capabilities, you might consider careful adoption and engagement programs along with the guidance and governance that Dan Ranta mentioned. 

I have noticed in projects I've seen that energy towards enablement and training often drops off quickly after "rollout" leaving a gap in people's understanding of the different contexts for using the capabilities .    Developing good use case scenarios can be helpful.   Sustained adoption support is vital

Here are some questions or use cases that I've seen omitted or not addressed well.
  • When should we use Teams, when is Yammer a good idea?
  • How can we integrate various tools for different contexts? 
  • Should we use Yammer for Corporate Communications? Teams for teamwork, 1:1 messaging,?
  • Would SharePoint with Yammer integration be good for Communities of Practice?
Etc.

Without this kind of explicit use case development and sustained adoption support, the capabilities may be frequently misapplied leading to user frustration and subsequently languishing.   Rollout is a technology project concept.  Sustained enablement applied to use cases and workflows is a separate concept.

Recent links
https://www.computerworld.com/article/3538811/defense-dept-rolls-out-microsoft-teams-to-millions-of-remote-workers.html?

https://mspoweruser.com/full-yammer-experience-microsoft-teams/


CATHERINE SHINNERS
DIGITAL WORKPLACE for Business Transformation
650.704-3889 mercedgroup.com Silicon Valley USA   
 

digital workplace | communications  |  knowledge management | community management | Prosci certified change professional





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