RE: [sikmleaders] KM at 3M
I would suggest considering a multiple set of candidate sponsors if this is the approach taken.
William S. Kaplan, CPCM
Chief Knowledge Officer
Acquisition Solutions, Inc.
"Knowledge at Work"
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Stan, if you put all these presentations together you will have a nice book of readings. Perhaps that is something to consider. Over time, quite a bit of intellectual capital has passed through this community. A volunteer committee might pick the "best" offerings and seek to get release permission from the authors. Perhaps an APQC-sponsored publication? The nice idea to me is the concept of a publication emanating from a an on-line virtual community.
Thanks again for being the catalyst for this wonderful group.
Date: Wed, 18 Jun 2008 15:59:05 +0000
Subject: [sikmleaders] KM at 3M
TO: SIKM Leaders Community
Yesterday we held our 35th monthly call. Here is a summary.
- Stephanie Barnes
- Sushma Bharathi
- Jim Coogan
- Allan Crawford
- Barry Dayton
- Raj Datta
- Marcus Funke
- Stan Garfield
- Yao Ge
- Andrew Gent
- Nat Girish
- Sue Hanley
- Felix Harling
- John Hovell
- Linda Hummel
- Gian Jagai
- Tara Keithley
- Mike Koffman
- Dee Anne Kotzur
- Linda Macchi
- Darcy MacPherson
- Doug Madgic
- Mark May
- John McQuary
- Mark Neff
- Kate Pugh
- Tom Short
- Dave Staughton
- Sanjay Swarup
- Peter West
The call featured Barry Dayton on "KM at 3M." Barry's presentation is available at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/sikmleaders/files/KM%20at%203M%20-%20SIKM%206-17-08.pdf . The call was recorded and can be listened to at http://www.divshare.com/download/4761833-29a . Thanks to Barry for presenting.
Here are some comments from the participants:
- "Good sharing once again!"
- "Great discussion!"
You can continue the discussion in the Yahoo! Group by replying to this thread.
If you are willing to give a presentation on a future call, please send a note to stangarfield@... with the topic and the desired month.
- July 15, 2008: Steve Wieneke of GM - "Replacing a Lessons Learned Database with a Visible Learning Process"
- August 19, 2008: Marc Solomon - "Content supply? Meet Knowledge Demand - PRTM's KM experience"
- September 16, 2008: Hubert Saint-Onge - "Collaboration and the New Enterprise"
- October 21, 2008: Richard McDermott - "Developing, Deepening and Retaining Expertise"
- November 18, 2008: John Hovell of ManTech - "KM at ManTech International"
- December 16, 2008 Raj Datta of MindTree - "Building a knowledge ecosystem"
- January 20, 2009 Bernadette Boas - "Day in the Life of Business Workflow"
- February 17, 2009 Arthur Shelley - "Impacts of behavior on project outcomes (with an emphasis on knowledge transfer)"
- March 17, 2009 Al Simard - "Knowledge services framework developed by Natural Resources Canada"
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Thank you and others on this List for motivating me to "reconsider"
Twitter. It was this List and several other places that pointed me to
Twitter all in the span of a few days. Then when Apple released a new
Twitter program for the iPhone, I thought... might as well try it out.
I started to "tweet" a week ago and am now a convert... here I blog
about the conversion process...
On Jul 2, 2008, at 8:57 PM, Matt Moore wrote:
> I Twitter on my computer (altho others use iPhones, Blackberries,
> PDAs, or even txting from cell phones).
> Ways it has helped me:
> - Identify KM contacts in different US cities.
> - Involved at events such as PubCamp.
> More intangibly because I am working from home at the moment, it
> makes me feel less isolated.
> Nancy White has some more examples: http://onlinefacilitation.wikispaces.com/Twitter+Collaboration+Stories