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Register for Our Knowledge Management Espresso Webinars!

Webinar presented by

Paul Nelson
Paul Nelson
Innovation Lead
Duration:
21 minutes

A Special Mini-Series Dedicated to Knowledge Management

The purpose of Knowledge Management (KM) is to capture and share ideas, experience, and information within an organization. And while it’s already a well-established discipline, AI technologies such as Cognitive Search, Natural Language Processing (NLP), and Machine Learning are making a positive impact on KM.

Register for the upcoming webinars in our KM Mini Series to learn about various KM challenges and how we’re helping organizations overcome them to take full advantage of their intellectual assets to enhance products and services. 
 


manage-knowledge.jpgIntelligent Knowledge Management: Harvesting Knowledge from Your Employees

Available On-Demand


Today's organizations are combining data repositories to break information silos and support knowledge management and sharing within their organizations. Watch our on-demand webinar to explore real world examples of organizations that have large systems full of content that need a tailored knowledge management approach.

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km-taxonomies.jpgKnowledge Management: Breaking Down Graphs, Taxonomies, Classification and Ontologies

October 8, 2020 at 11:00am ET / 4:00pm BST / 5:00pm CEST

There are many methods to help classify content, business objects and key concepts in order to help search engines perform more intelligent searches. But when it comes to knowledge management, we need to ask a few questions: Do I need them? How much do I need? How much is too much? Join this webinar and we’ll demystify these terms and give you practical advice on when you should use what. You’ll be a KM expert in no time! 

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semantic-search_0.jpgUnsung Heroes of KM: Context, Linkage and Knowledge Graphs

November 5, 2020 at 11:00am ET / 4:00pm BST / 5:00pm CEST

To get the most out of Knowledge Management within an organization, it’s important to make knowledge sharing and linkages (with the help of knowledge graphs) part of your day-to-day business. For example, linking KM with business identifiers like customer IDs, product and part IDs, equipment IDs, business groups, employees, contracts, project IDs, etc. This will help to give knowledge context in order to be useful. Join our webinar as we explore how to make sure all content serves a purpose.

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measure-km.jpgJustifying, Measuring and Prioritizing KM

December 8, 2020 at 11:00am ET / 4:00pm BST / 5:00pm CEST

Knowledge management as a practice has been around for decades. However, with a renewed focus on technologies that can help automate and measure KM, organizations can now justify, measure and prioritize KM now more than ever before. Join this webinar to learn how we can evaluate KM before, during and after implementation. We’ll take a deep dive into metrics that can help drive your Employee Value Proposition, as well as impacts of KM on employee productivity and sales.

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knowledge-sharing-culture.jpgOvercoming Organizational Challenges and Creating a Knowledge Sharing Culture

January 13, 2021 at 11:00am ET / 4:00pm BST / 5:00pm CEST

There are many factors that go into making KM successful within an organization. Oftentimes, even when the technical aspects of KM are implemented, organizational and cultural challenges can stall or hinder a KM victory. Without a clear KM plan in place, challenges arise such as knowledge hoarding, employees aren’t keen to adopt knowledge sharing tools, KM is viewed as time consuming, knowledge isn’t captured when employees leave, etc. Join this webinar and we’ll discuss how to overcome these challenges and what technologies can make knowledge sharing easier.

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