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Datheon Casebook : KM and social media integrated (in English and Dutch)

A collaborative knowledge platform with social media functionalityChat / Who's onlineMessagingLive activity logQ&AGroupsDocument managementPerson and Organization directoryNews and EventsFull…Continue

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Started May 6, 2010

Free NING will cease to exist :-(
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Hapee de Groot Apr 29, 2010.


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Tom Zeppenfeldt
Consultant Information and Knowledge Systems
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Areas of KM Expertise
Social Web/Web 2.0, Collaborative Technologies, Communities of Practice, Research, Knowledge Mapping, Information Management, Intranet/Enterprise Portal/Information Systems, Evaluating and Monitoring KM
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English, Spanish, French, Dutch


An agricultural engineer by education, having worked for more than 15 yrs in Africa (Mali, Burkina Faso, Senegal, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Kenia) and Latin/Central America (Ecuador, Colombia, Nicaragua) in fields ranging from natural resource management and soil conservation, agricultural extension, project management, to M&E systems.

Currently working as senior consultant in the field of online M&E / Knowledge Management systems in combination with social media.

Living in between the Netherlands (9 month/yr) and Ecuador (3 month/year)

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Defining the knowledge organization

Knowledge and the way it is managed is a key success factor for organizations in the current dynamic environment. Specialists including Prusak, Davenport, Senge and Bennet have contributed through their research and analysis on how organizations can evolve by managing knowledge, as well as on the

organizational factors that make the difference between success and…


Posted on May 26, 2010 at 12:30pm — 3 Comments

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At 7:49am on June 8, 2010, adongo vitalis said…
Hi Tom,Thanks for your concern.I would wish to be,but due to financial constrains I will not attend.Besides i am a Finalist University Student,currently I am an intern in the Office of the Prime Minister kenya-Doing a project in Knowledge Inventory in the Department of Public Service Transformation.To terminate by July 9th.May be you can send for me the recaps of the issues raised and any other details in the event.

Thanking you
At 11:22pm on May 24, 2010, Alpha Grace said…
Hello Tom, please give me a link to view thie video. Yes I will like to come.

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