Enterprise Knowledge (EK) will once again be speaking at KMWorld (this year titled KMWorld Connect due to it being run virtually) and the associated conferences this year. Seven of EK’s KM Experts will be offering their thought leadership during the conference, occurring online from November 16-19th.
“One of EK’s guiding principles is thought leadership. We’re dedicated to sharing what we’ve learned through our years of KM consulting experience,” remarked EK CEO Zach Wahl. “I’m pleased to once again have EK playing a very prominent role at KMWorld, demonstrative of our status as the largest dedicated Knowledge Management consulting firm in the world.”
EK has been recognized by KMWorld for the last six years as one of the 100 Companies that Matter in KM. One of the reasons for this recognition has been EK’s dedication to leading the KM field in thought leadership.
Ben White will present ‘Taxonomy Design? Your AI Model Depends on It!’ covering the key role taxonomies and ontologies play in laying the foundation for Artificial Intelligence.
Connor Vilenio and Jenni Doughty will co-present ‘Rapid, AI-Assisted Taxonomy Development,’ detailing how AI and other semantic technologies can be leveraged in taxonomy design efforts to improve the quality and speed of the process.
Guillermo Galdamez will deliver a best practices and lessons learned session on Taxonomy Governance, titled ‘Seven Habits of Highly Effective Taxonomy Governance,’ detailing the keys to effectively designing and managing taxonomy governance programs.
Maddie Fritz will co-present with EK COO Joe Hilger on ‘The Power of Knowledge Graphs,’ which will illustrate the business value and ROI of this cutting edge concept and technology by leveraging real world use cases.
Hilger will also present ‘Text Analytics and Graph Databases: A Powerful Combination’ at the Text Analytics Forum, where he’ll detail how text analytics and graph databases can be combined to improve the way information is used throughout organizations.
Finally, Zach Wahl, EK CEO will present ‘KM by the Numbers,’ where he’ll discuss the return on investment of Knowledge Management transformations, detailing specific metrics to quantify the business value of KM.
In addition to EK’s speaking roles, the company is also serving as a sponsor for KMWorld for the seventh year in a row.