Friday, June 29, 2007

Knowledge Management Presentation

I was over at Ark Group's Knowledge and Content UK this week, along with a colleague, and will try to write up a lengthy post regarding this within the next few days. However, given that it's my wife's due date tomorrow, and she has already been having contractions, it may take me a few days to find time to gather my thoughts and reflections and get them up on the blog.

My presentation went pretty well, although - as I had a graveyard slot - the audience was perhaps smaller than anticipated (but appeared pretty engaged with the discussion on best practice management).

This year's conference seemed generally to mark a refocus on the "people" elements of KM with a healthy dose of social software and Web 2.0 references sprinkled in. I would have liked to hear a few more tactical KM war stories, rather than so many similar strategic approaches, but there were some excellent speakers, and I had some engaging discussions during the breaks.

1 comment:

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