Taxonomy, Analytics, and Governance

Angela Pitts & Mary Little delivered this presentation at the KM Showcase at the Sheraton Tysons Hotel, Tysons, VA on December 1, 2016. The event was hosted by the KM Institute and sponsored by Enterprise Knowledge.

Presentation Overview

Analytics is a critical tool that allows business owners to make fact-based decisions about taxonomies. Taxonomy management involves capturing terms and concepts, analyzing their usefulness, and managing the employment of the concepts and terms within different contexts. Angela and Mary present best practices on design and maintenance of taxonomies, as well as discuss the role of the governance plan. The presentation focuses its discussions around the broad areas of design methodology. Angela and Mary share sustainable methods for maintaining taxonomies and integrating changes into their systems design processes.

What You Will Learn:

• Best practices for taxonomy management

• How to use analytics to drive continuous improvement of the taxonomy

• How to make taxonomy governance plans work in an agile environment.

Mary Little Mary Little Mary Little is an expert advisor and management consultant in the area of knowledge management strategy and implementation. She ardently believes in the value of servant leadership, effective communication, human-centered design, and maximized talent potential as means to organizational change and success. More from Mary Little »