[Deutscher Titel: KnowledgeBoard Newsletter #155, 11/2008 (Text übersetzen: Deutsch)]
KnowledgeBoard 155 – 05 November 2008
Web 2.0 was big on the agenda last month as KnowledgeBoard.com attended the Practical Applications for Business Benefit conference in London. Matt Henkes gives his first day highlights in the ‘Blog Spot’, while I look at speaker Suw Charman-Anderson’s tips on how we can move away from over-stuffed inboxes in ‘Boxed out: Using Web 2.0 to ease email overload’.
In part one of his new guide, ‘Improved collective performance: Investing in Web 2.0’, Peter Bond also tells us how to get the most out of social tools through KM and the principles of the learning organisation.
Elsewhere, according to leadership guru Peter Adair, there is no such thing as a born leader – truly successful leadership is influenced by Western, Eastern and tribal traditions, and fuelled by group dynamics. He discusses his thoughts on how we can tap into this knowledge base.
And in the final part of the series on knowledge transfer, we look in-depth at three successful, practical case studies from active academic partner The University of Wolverhampton in ‘Head to head: KTP at work’.
Online Information Exhibition and Conference, 2-4 December 2008, Olympia Grand Hall, London, UK
Don’t miss: keynote presentation from Clay Shirky, consultant and author; international networking opportunities; search and Web 2.0 workshops plus three strong conference tracks: ‘Web 2.0 Breakthroughs, Consolidation and Payback’, ‘The Challenges of Information and Organisation and Retrieval in a Semantic World’ and ‘Information Professionals – Surviving and Thriving in the New Age’. Early bird discount ends 7 November! *
The rise of the new leader
John Adair discusses how to be a truly successful leader by tapping into a knowledge base influenced by Western, Eastern and tribal traditions, and fuelled by group dynamics.
Boxed out: Using Web 2.0 to ease email overload
Email has become so embedded in our working lives it’s hard to imagine business functioning without it. But rather than managing our inbox, we often let it mange us, which is where Web 2.0 could help.
Improved collective performance: Investing in Web 2.0
Following on from his stress and KM article, Peter Bond gives an overview of his guide to getting the most out of Web 2.0 technologies through KM and the principles of the learning organisation.
Head to head: KTP at work
Every knowledge transfer partnership has different goals and challenges but we take a look a closer look at how projects can get off the ground and what it involves on both sides of the fence.
Highlights of 2008
As the year of KnowledgeBoard.com’s re-launch draws to a close, I’d welcome your thought on some of the 2008 KM highlights and your predictions for the New Year. You can email me at mailto:email@example.com
Blog spot: Boarding the Web 2.0 train
Matt Henkes, editor of special projects at Sift Media, reports on the first day highlights of the Unicom Web 2.0 conference.
How to manage knowledge behaviour
Bakhtiar Ali would like your suggestions on assessing the employee’s approach towards knowledge processing.
Following on from Vernon Prior’s glossary, Guy Benchimol would like your thoughts on the key terms for a new collaborative work.
- KM India 2008, 05-06 November, Mumbai, India
- 7th European Conference on e-Learning, 06-07 November, Agia Napa, Cyprus
- The 10th Annual Knowledge Sharing Summit, 18 – 20 November, Florida, USA
- GoMobile 2008, 20-23 November, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- Discovering Network Structure and Patterns Using Social Network Analysis pre-conference workshop, 21 November, Yokohama, Japan
- KM Asia 2008, 25-27 November, Singapore
- 4th European Conference on Management Leadership and Governance, 27-28 November, Reading, UK
- 3rd International Workshop on Distributed Autonomous Network Management Systems,
30 November, New Orleans, USA
- First International Workshop on Knowledge Acquisition, Reuse and Evaluation, 30 November – 03 December, Bali, Indonesia
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