It was my great good fortune to attend KMWorld 2012 in Washington, D.C. When I arrived at the conference I realized that it was going to be an experience of extreme frustration — there were far too many interesting sessions offered at the same time. Without cloning myself, there was no way I could attend even a fraction of the sessions on my short list.
On the assumption that others had this wonderful problem, I’ve gathered these links to the blog posts I wrote at the conference. Hopefully, a session you missed is covered here:
- John Seely Brown: The Entrepreneurial Learner
- Lt Col David Sanchez Keynote:Aligning Corporate Information Governance and Content
- Are Intranets Social?
- Dave Pollard: Conversations that Don’t Suck
- Dave Snowden:Finding New Solutions to Wicked Problems
- Flow Systems and KM
- From Intranets to the Digital Workplace
- Intranet Showcase
- David Weinberger Keynote: Too Big to Know
- Jeremy Bentley Keynote:The Value of Content Intelligence to Big Data
- Finding Answers Using Crowdsourcing
- Driving KM Adoption and Collaboration with Gamification
- The DIKW Pyramid Must Die!
Finally, I can’t end this post without thanking Bill Ives for suggesting that I attend KMWorld and then going above and beyond to help make that possible for me. I’ve learned a great deal over the years from Bill’s conference blogging. Here are links to Bill Ives’ blog regarding on KMWorld: