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Enterprise Knowledge’s Upcoming Webinars and Virtual Round Tables

EK has announced a new schedule of webinars to promote thought leadership during this time of remote work. In place of in-person Meetups and KM Wine & Design Workshops, EK will host a series of Webinars and Online Round Tables over the next several weeks. 

The goal for these virtual sessions is two-fold. 

  1. Ensure EK continues to discuss the value of Knowledge Management, Enterprise AI, and Advanced Search in clear and actionable ways; and
  2. Provide the Knowledge Management community with a continued outlet for connection and learning. 

The Value of KM for Remote Work

Date: April 2nd, 2020

Time: 1:00 – 2:00 PM EST

Presenters: Zach Wahl and Mary Little

With the current global COVID-19 pandemic, companies big and small, global and local, have found themselves in a much different reality and have been forced into remote work situations. Knowledge Management, when well-designed and implemented, can play a major role in helping an organization maintain the three c’s of organizational health: connections, collaboration, and culture. In this webinar, Zach Wahl and Mary Little will discuss how KM supports effective remote work, and will offer recommendations for how organizations can improve their KM and remote work immediately.

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KM: Nothing To Wine About

Date: April 7th, 2020

Time: 5:30 – 6:30 PM EST

Moderator: Zach Wahl

Panelists: Joe Hilger, Mary Little, Lulit Tesfaye, and Rebecca Wyatt

At its core, KM is all about connections. Are you missing your KM community at this point? Pour yourself a drink and join us for an informal talk about KM value, current challenges, and where we see the future of Knowledge and Information Management. This will be an informal round table discussion facilitated by Zach Wahl, EK’s CEO to discuss all things KM. We’ll also be taking questions from the audience so be prepared to join the conversation.

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Enterprise AI Readiness: Ensure You’re Prepared to Meet Your Organization’s AI Needs

Date: April 15th, 2020

Time: 1:00 – 2:00 PM EST

Presenters: Joe Hilger and Lulit Tesfaye

Virtually every large organization has placed AI on their strategic roadmap, with C-levels commonly listing Knowledge AI amongst their biggest priorities, but are you prepared to deliver on the promise of AI? How can you ensure your organization has taken the necessary steps regarding organization, content, architecture, and technology to make AI a reality that returns hard ROI rather than an expensive and high profile failure? This webinar, presented by Lulit Tesfaye and Joe Hilger will share first-hand experience from real-world, cutting edge global organizations that have already put Enterprise AI into production by harnessing knowledge graphs, ontologies, and natural language processing. It will provide a check-list of foundational elements necessary to prepare for Knowledge AI, discuss business cases and budgeting for AI roadmaps, and cover the first steps of your Enterprise AI journey to ensure you’re demonstrating real business value and validating your organization’s priorities. 

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Building a Connected Search Experience: Bringing KM and AI Together to Fuel Findability

Date: May 13th, 2020

Time: 1:00 – 2:00 PM EST

Presenters: Joe Hilger and Stephon Harris

An effective search experience is one of the most impactful means of surfacing the knowledge, information, and data within your organization. Though search has been around for years, many organizations are still struggling to make it work for their end users. Good KM design and practices can play a major role in enabling search, and increasingly, the latest concepts and technologies in Artificial Intelligence are being brought to bear to enable truly connected search experiences. In this webinar, Joe Hilger and Stephon Harris will lay out the foundations of good search, offer strategies to improve your search immediately, and discuss a roadmap to leveraging AI to fuel your (near) future search experience.

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