Enterprise Knowledge is hosting the Knowledge Management Assocation (KMA) MeetUp. Join the group by visiting the KMA MeetUp page.
After nearly twenty years of Knowledge Management Consulting, I’ve developed core themes to what I believe comprises good KM. EK’s definition of KM embodies many of these themes: “Knowledge Management involves the people, culture, content, processes, and enabling technologies necessary … Continue reading »
Enterprise Knowledge is hosting the Knowledge Management Assocation (KMA) MeetUp. Join the group by visiting the KMA MeetUp page. This MeetUp will feature Mr. Hedeer El-Showk, who will be speaking about machine learning theory and technology and it’s applications to knowledge … Continue reading »
This presentation discusses how to discuss taxonomy with non-taxonomists. It covers taxonomy challenges, taxonomy value statements, communication best practices, and EK’s workshop methodology.
Enterprise Knowledge is hosting the Knowledge Management Associate (KMA) MeetUp. Join the group by visiting the KMA MeetUp page. This MeetUp will feature Zach Wahl discussing The National Park Service Common Learning Portal (CLP). The National Park Service Common Learning Portal (CLP) provides … Continue reading »
In my years of Knowledge Management Consulting, one of the most critical tools in my utility belt has been the workshop. We often leverage a workshop concept as one of the initial engagements we have with a new client. I … Continue reading »
Enterprise Knowledge and Working KnowledgeCSP are teaming with Ark Group Australia to deliver a comprehensive seminar on the practical application of Knowledge Management concepts, strategies, and practices. The one-day seminar, to be delivered on March 7, 2017 in Melbourne and … Continue reading »
For the past two years, Enterprise Knowledge has been recognized by KMWorld Magazine as one of the top 100 companies that matter in Knowledge Management. This year, EK will be sponsoring the 2016 KMWorld Knowledge Management and Enterprise Solution Conference. The event will be held … Continue reading »
Taxonomy management typically follows a Library and Information Science paradigm. The taxonomist is a keeper of knowledge, who is responsible for updating and managing the “Source of Truth.” Each version of the taxonomy is published and subsequently distributed to separate … Continue reading »