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Knowledge Graphs for Search and Discovery

For many projects at Enterprise Knowledge, making information more findable and discoverable is a common ask. Clients often ask questions like: Does my organization have any documents that detail the role of product owners on search projects? Have we previously … Continue reading

Bringing KM, Search, and AI Together

Clients come to EK looking to empower their people, make operations more efficient, and create a competitive advantage against their peers through improved Knowledge Management (KM). They want to take advantage of cutting-edge technologies like knowledge graphs, artificial intelligence (AI), … Continue reading

Fixing Enterprise Search, Part 2 of 2

In the final part of his two-part series on fixing enterprise search, Joe Hilger discusses the concept of action-oriented search, why it’s important, and how changing your mindset from one of “using search to find” to one of “using search … Continue reading

Fixing Enterprise Search, Part 1 of 2

In the first part of his two-part series on fixing enterprise search, Joe Hilger discusses some common misconceptions around “fixing” search for organizations. He describes the importance of looking beyond search engine tools to truly understand an organization’s search requirements and … Continue reading

Action-Oriented Search: A Better Approach to Making Enterprise Search Work

Joe Hilger 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 Search is a critical component of … Continue reading