n this interview Dennie Heye talks to Helen about the article she co-wrote about the creation of a knowledge sharing culture in A.T. Kearney. Helen explains how the knowledge transformation started, the obstacles they had to overcome and what the pillars are in her strategy.
Jemima Gibbons is Social Media Strategist at All About Brands’ social media arm, AAB Engage. In this podcast interview, Jemima explains the importance of true social leadership. Those are the people who appreciate that, today, success has less and less to do with personal power – it is increasingly about building a strong network and enabling the organisation around you. She also provides advice on how to be better at being a social leader.
Our podcast producer Dennie Heye spoke to one of the keynote speakers at the Online Information 2011 conference in London: Jacob Morgan
During the recent ICIC 2011 conference, our podcast editor Dennie Heye interviewed David about his presentation, where David showed how text mining can be applied to unstructured and semi-structured documents ranging from microblogs to full-text patents. This is an exciting new area to derive knowledge and insights from mountains of data.
David Gurteen is a well known figure of the knowledge management world. For several years, he has been touring the world introducing knowledge cafés as a way to re-discover the power of conversation to exchange knowledge.
In the week of September 5, the Future Ready 365 blog had 7 entries by SLA Europe members. Future Ready 365 is a community blog focused on sharing knowledge, ideas and insights on how we are prepared for the future. The intention of the blog is to have a different information professional post every day in 2011.
this podcast, Melanie talks to Dennie Heye about the importance of developing a strong link between the deliverables of the library to customers’ most pressing problems. Melanie explains how she uses marketing techniques like value statements and value propositions to ensure the library is seen as a vaulable, strategic partner and not an overhead.
In this podcast, Hans talks with Dennie Heye about the concept of privacy and how in a networked world privacy is changing. The Internet’s permanence, replicability, scale and searchability should affect the way we think about privacy going forward. We actively have to think about the trade offs and Hans provides advice on what we can do ourselves.
In this podcast our hosts Geraldine Clement-Stoneham and Dennie Heye discuss the value of being a member of SLA: the networking opportunities, career advice and putting skills like leadership and organizing into practice.