Sunday, January 25, 2009

The Federal Knowledge Management Initiative Roadmap LIVE here on February 3

On February 3, 2009 Neil Olonoff will present a Webinar summarizing the "Federal Knowledge Management Initiative Roadmap." The initiative, begun several months ago by members of the Federal Knowledge Management Working Group, aims to establish an official center for knowledge management in the Federal Government. With this center of operations as a start, the Federal government can begin to foster knowledge sharing practices and culture, build innovation, and find solutions to the Knowledge Retention Crisis. And there is much more to the plan. Learn how you can become a part of this exciting, ambitious new direction for knowledge management in Government, by attending via phone and computer.

Neil is currently the Chair at Federal Knowledge Management Initiative Committee and the Knowledge Management Lead at US Army, HQDA G-4 / Innolog. Neil has over 25 years of experience focused on federal and private sector consulting services in information management, enterprise content management, knowledge management, strategic planning, marketing, and transition management.

Please fill out this form to attend the scheduled web meeting. After we review your information we will email you a link to the meeting.

This webinar is a past event. Here is the original presentation

Friday, January 9, 2009

Facilitate Knowledge Sharing through Micro-blogs and Peer-to-Peer Training HERE on January 13, 1:00pm EST

The purpose of this presentation is to explore methods for promoting knowledge sharing with both "high tech" and "high touch" approaches. The presentation will begin with a review of emerging micro-blog tools. Success stories and trends within government including GSA, DOS, and EPA will be briefly discussed. The majority of the presentation will focus on enabling micro-blogs within the Federal KMWG to capture valuable KM-related best practices. After a brief question and answer session, the presentation will then focus on current trends in supplementing traditional training with peer-to-peer mentoring. A brief poll will be conducted to understand the value of mentoring across agencies including sharing expertise in KM including SharePoint, wikis, storytelling, etc.. The presentation will conclude by testing new features available with the Federal KMWG web conferencing software. The test will consist of synchronizing participants embedded web browser to view videos, web pages, and other web content in real time without loss in performance.