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Evaluating Knowledge Graphs for Search

The Challenge A national research organization wanted to determine the feasibility of building an organization-wide knowledge graph by building a knowledge graph proof of concept (POC), and evaluate the organization’s readiness to adopt knowledge graphs. The organization is one of … Continue reading »

Designing Search on a Knowledge Graph

The Challenge A national research organization identified a high priority need to make research results easier to find. The organization manages multiple research domains that each produce hundreds of research projects, publications, and webinars annually on current, emerging, and critical … Continue reading »

EK Launches Enterprise AI Readiness Assessment

Enterprise Knowledge (EK), the world’s largest dedicated Knowledge Management consulting firm, announced today the launch of their Enterprise AI Readiness Assessment. The Enterprise AI Readiness Assessment leverages EK’s proprietary benchmark for Knowledge Artificial Intelligence Readiness, which assesses an organization across … Continue reading »

Enterprise KM Strategy for a Central Bank

The Challenge A central banking organization was seeking to more effectively fulfill its mission of administering monetary policy through the implementation of an enterprise approach to Knowledge Management (KM). Specifically, the Bank was seeking an understanding of their current KM … Continue reading »

EK Presenting in KMWorld Webinar on Knowledge Graphs and Machine Learning

Enterprise Knowledge experts Joe Hilger and Bess Schrader will be featured in an upcoming KMWorld sponsored webinar titled, “Fast Insights Through Knowledge Graphs and Machine Learning.” The webinar will be held Tuesday, January 26th, 11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM … Continue reading »

Read My Mind – Fostering Effective Communication

I was recently reading an article from Psychology Today entitled, “Why Didn’t You Hear What I Meant to Say?” by Leon F Seltzer, Ph.D., where the author illustrates how people trick themselves into thinking that they’ve adequately communicated with others. … Continue reading »

Taxonomy Use Cases: How To Estimate Effort and Complexity

When asked to define taxonomy, I like to define it as a method rather than a thing. I typically say taxonomy is a way of categorizing things hierarchically, from general to more specific. Sounds simple enough, right? After all, who … Continue reading »