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Other Voices: Jeri Lou McKinney Brings Knowledge Strategy to the Corporate Community

Guy St. Clair

  This post might to be considered (by some) as blatant promotion. Yep! They’re right about that. And Mr. Guy is making no apologies. Over the last couple of years I’ve become aware of how a colleague named Jeri Lou McKinney – in Dallas TX – is making a difference in getting the KM, knowledge services, knowledge strategy message across to the corporate community. McKinney is the founder and CEO of the Corporate e-Discovery Forum – Knowledge Strategy (CEDF-KS), which the non-profit organization started in 2006. I want to write about McKinney and CEDF-KS because I want to make sure that anyone…
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Transforming Libraries: What’s Expected of Us?

Guy St. Clair

  Please join me at the next Soutron Global Transforming Libraries Webinar. It’s next Tuesday, April 15, at 11am PT (2pm ET), and I hope you’ll attend. My topic is “Knowledge Services: What’s Expected?” and there are two points of view I’ll speak about. First, we’ll expand a little on last month’s webinar (“Measuring Knowledge Services: Critical Success Factors” – you can see the slide deck here), since so much of what we do with respect to meeting expectations has to do with how we measure our success. Our second point of view has to do with what we’re working…
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AIIM14: Enter Knowledge Strategy

Guy St. Clair

  Attention to the role of KM, knowledge services, and knowledge strategy in the wider information management community continues to grow. Perhaps the latest example was AIIM14, the Annual Conference of AIIM (Association for Information and Image Management) last week in Orlando FL. The conference theme was “Information Chaos vs. Information Opportunity,” and with a three-track framework (Engage/Process/Control), AIIM14 brought together a wide range of AIIM’s members – information professionals – vendors, supporters, and industry leaders of every stripe. My colleague Anne Kershaw and I were invited to AIIM14 to talk about knowledge strategy and the “place” of knowledge strategy…
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