This session provides an overview of key trends and methods impacting the design of knowledge management solutions. In particular, the focus is on the convergence of library science techniques for tagging and indexing content with the evolution of search and application development tools that can power purpose-built knowledge management solutions.
Seth Earley provides an introduction to key concepts and methodologies underlying search-based applications. He illustrates these points with examples from Earley & Associate engagements. Following Seth’s presentation, we will have a lively panel discussion with experienced KM professionals.
About this series:
Many organizations are finding that they can achieve significant productivity and quality enhancements by organizing and tagging content, assuming the right tools are in place to design purpose-built solutions for key communities. Other organizations are using similar KM solutions to provide high-value content to their customers and channel partners.
This series will provide key insights to information management professionals contributing to KM initiatives, as well as to marketing and operational managers looking to take their organizations to a new level.
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