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Knowledge Management in the 21st Century:
Moving Forward, Sustaining the Momentum

KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SUMMIT-AT-A-GLANCE

Friday, November 15, 2002

6:00-7:30pm

Welcome to the Knowledge Management Summit, Networking Reception

Saturday, November 16, 2002

7:30am

Continental Breakfast

8:00-8:15am

Welcome

8:15-10:15am
Session 1

Roles
KM has many faces and those practicing it have many names and roles.  Meet the people doing KM within the organization.

Speakers:
Robert Armacost , Director of Knowledge Management, Bain & Company, Inc.
Toby Pearlstein , Director of Global Information Services, Bain & Company, Inc.
Denise Bedford , The World Bank
Rachel Carle, Director, Regulatory Operations, Genzyme
Suzanne Cole, Chief Librarian,
The Pew Charitable Trusts
Moderator:  Mary Durham, Principal Regulatory Affairs Associate, Genzyme

10:15-10:30am

Break

10:30-12:00n
Session 2

Keynote Speaker:  Dr. Blackford Middleton
For more information on Knowledge Management at Partners HealthCare, see  "Just-in-Time Delivery Comes to Knowledge Management",  Thomas H. Davenport and John Glaser, Havard Business Review, July 2002, pp107-111.

12:00n-1:15pm

Lunch

1:15-2:45pm
Session 3

Collaboration
Collaboration on a daily basis is key to KM success

Speakers:
Diane Sonnenwald
, University of North Carolina
Patti Anklam , Hutchinson Associates
Moderator: Kris Liberman, Fidelity Investments

2:45-3:05pm

Break

3:05-3:45pm
Session 4

Tools
Find what tools practitioners have found truly useful

Speaker:
Joseph Busch, Taxonomy Strategies

3:45-5:15pm
Session 5

Next Generation Issues
As KM matures, the issues to be faced are being recognized.  Determining which knowledge to manage in times of finite resources

Speakers:
Neena Buck
, Common Knowledge Cambridge
Michael H. Zack , Northeastern University, College of Business Administration
Moderator: Claire McInerney, SCILS, Rutgers University

5:15pm

Conclusion/Wrap-up

Ongoing, throughout the Summit

KM in Action

Stan Ward, Stan Ward Consulting, LLC

 

 


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