KCC Europe

Jährliche europäische Wissensmanagement-Konferenz (früherer Name: KM Europe).

KM Europe 2005

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Themen und Vorträge

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KM Europe 2004

Wer geht hin? Wer war da?

Themen und Vorträge

Keynote Presentations

  • Leif Edvinsson (Universal Networking Intellectual Capital): The future of intellectual capital: knowledge navigation now and in the future
  • Dan Holtshouse (Xerox Corporation): Knowledge at work: developing the ideal knowledge-sharing environment
  • John Seely Brown (Xerox): The knowledge management dilemma: do we confuse knowledge with knowing
  • Dave Snowden (Cynfin Centre for Organisational Complexity): KM and governance: linking KM programmes and risk to organisational strategy
  • Karl-Erik Sveiby (Sveiby Knowledge Associates): The business value of Collaboration – latest evidences from empirical research
  • Karl Wiig (Knowledge Research Institute): People-focused knowledge management: how effective decision making leads to corporate success
  • Richard Cross: Knowledge at work: developing the ideal knowledge-sharing environment

Case Study

  • Johnny Martin (BP): BP’s story: the transition from knowledge management to operational excellenc
  • Niall Sinclair (PWGSC): Successful KM in the Public Sector
  • Marina Hiscock (Sasol): Utilising the Sasol KM pyramid of excellence for implementing and measuring KM

Conference Presentation

  • Iain Fletcher (Convera): Universal search
  • David Spenhoff (Inxight Software): Emerging technologies improve the accuracy of information retrieval
  • Lee Phillips (FAST): Using meaning to add structure to unstructured text
  • John Rueter (FAST): A new perspective on enterprise search

Communities Programme

  • Dominic Davies (DSTL): The development of the knowledge agent: opening pandora’s box
  • Anita Pos (Unilever): Communities of practice: Knowledge sharing in practice
  • Sindy Grewel (Fos): Developing and sustaining a system of good practice guides at Financial Ombudsman Service
  • Mitchell Leimon (DTI): Increasing the usage of your electronic records management program
  • KnowledgeBoard: Personal Knowledege Management? A collaborative exploration of personal experiences and business values, methods and tools. ()

Master Classes

  • Dave Snowden (Cynfin Centre for Organisational Complexity): Managing culture and change within a complex organisation
  • Leif Edvinsson (Universal Networking Intellectual Capital): A knowledge café on intellectual capital focusing on tentative projects to prototypes
  • Karl-Erik Sveiby (Sveiby Knowledge Associates): Apply knowledge-based thinking: featuring the KMAP tool.
  • Karl Wiig (Knowledge Research Institute): Situation handling and mental models: how do stories drive a people-centred KM strategy
  • Steve Denning: Exploring and mastering high-value uses of storytelling: narrative as a leadership and management tool

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