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Webinar sobre Enterprise Data Mashups de Denodo

Se trata de un webinar orientado a conseguir partners y revendedores (lo que sólo será interesante para algunos) pero buena parte del contenido gira alrededor de un concepto muy útil: la integración de datos dispersos por la empresa (y no normalizados), de modo que se les pueda hacer accesibles e integrarlos con otras fuentes de … Sigue leyendo

Social media in the workplace: a SixApart webinar

Thanks to the LawyerKM blog, I just found a quite relevant webinar (indeed, an online recorded presentation hosted by WebEx) from Six Apart, the people who create MovableType (and several more interesting things such as OpenID). The piece is here and it takes a lot to load (it does seem to have a slight quarrel … Sigue leyendo

Happy blogiversary too, Ton

Last week, Ton Zjilstra over in the Netherlands counted five years of his first blog. Some people have been at it longer, but Ton’s experience is significant for me because he got me thinking about blogs and communities of practice, a difficult but pervasive relationship, and provided a practical example. Then Lilia Efimova‘s attempts to … Sigue leyendo

Alfresco España se presenta con un webinar

Parece que Alfresco (sistema de gestión de documental favorito de la casa) ha abierto oficina en España, aparentemente con un equipo dedicado. El site español tiene detalles mal traducidos, pero es una buena noticia. Y lo que es mejor, han empezado por ofrecer un webinar de presentación que tiene bastante buena pinta. Reproduzco su mensaje: … Sigue leyendo

The ActKM Conference papers are online (and I didn’t know)

Well, they’re online since the 25th, but as you know I’ve been out of orbit. According to the attendants, this was the best conference organised by the Australian association yet. They sound impressed, and they’re a good reference. And now they’ve posted the presentations and materials. Specifically, here. They had so much traffic that their … Sigue leyendo

Gestión del Conocimiento en España (VI)

Bueno, ya estamos de vuelta. Después de una semana y media en Sevilla, aprendiendo sobre una interesante empresa química, por fin tengo un rato para intentar ponerme un poco al día. La pena es que no haya sido antes, porque la semana pasada podía haber sido aún más interesante. Como muestra: Jueves 25 de Octubre. … Sigue leyendo

The KB on practical methods for knowledge sharing

Thanks to Ed Mitchell’s tip and blog post I was reminded of the latest free e-book produced by the Knowledgeboard. This year’s crop of practical stories and methods (Hands-on knowledge co-creation and sharing – Practical methods and techniques), highly reccomendable as a read and maybe even as a referece is already available for download here … Sigue leyendo

An insight into Boeing’s KM initiatives

Courtesy of Seth Kahan, as published at com-prac… and really worth a look as it gives a (not overly detailed) view of their KM vision and activities. It seems to be their in-house magazine: Here is the cover story of Boeing Frontiers, about KM, available online: http://www.boeing.com/news/frontiers/cover.pdf Website is here: http://www.boeing.com/news/frontiers/index.html CoPs are mentioned. Not … Sigue leyendo

Schumpeter y Arbonies en Pamplona

Y voy yo y me lo pierdo. Leo en el Diario de este domingo que esta semana (fecha sin precisar) se celebró un desayuno patrocinado por el ESIC y el propio diario, con ponencia de Angel Arboníes sobre «Nuevos enfoques en la innovación de producto». Me lo habría perdido de todos modos porque sólo estoy … Sigue leyendo

A relevant webinar on Tuesday

I just found out, and I hope to find also time to attend: Forum One’s Bill Johnston, Intuit’s George Jacquette and Shared Insight’s Aaron Strout are hosting a WebEx webinar about online community management topics on September 25th. Go have a look at the topics covered, they may be interesting for you. They won’t be … Sigue leyendo

Gestión del conocimiento en España (V)

Aprovechando que abrimos curso, vamos a ver lo que se mueve. En primer lugar, los materiales de Nancy White y sus diapositivas (borrador) para la presentación dada en Bogotá el 18 de Agosto pasado sobre Comunidades de Práctica y del conocimiento. Lástima de grabación :-), pero la presentación está muy bien documentada y toca muchos … Sigue leyendo

Always an enjoyable read

I keep forgetting to comment one or another of their posts. And in fact they don’t have much to do with knowledge management or communities, just with well-working minds and teams. They do great things, and they think about what they do. And they even share what entertains them, which is refreshing. They’re the people … Sigue leyendo

Resources about learning and the web

There’s a community of web-minded educators that goes by the name of WebHeads and staged an event called Convergence back in May. I missed it (as most), but today I stumble across a recap of the event’s content and logs. It’s here, and it’s probably worth a look if you’re even half interested in e-learning … Sigue leyendo

Alfresco mashable and integrable

The latest bulletin from our favourite Open Source CMS builder, Alfresco, has a couple of interesting tidbits: 1. They’ve released Alfresco Community 2.1. This is the as-you-find-it, community-driven, community-supported (as opposed to «Alfresco and partners -supported») version. It’s less solid, less tested, and does not come with a support line (beyond community forums). It’s also … Sigue leyendo

Gestión del conocimiento en España (IV)

Ya va siendo hora de dar otro pequeño repaso. Entre las curiosidades de estos veinte días, podemos contar: La cantidad de cursos de verano que mencionan la gestión del conocimiento en su título (otra cosa es que tengan algo que ver con ella…) que se están ofreciendo estos días. Hasta el momento, me parece que … Sigue leyendo

Further conference envy: EPQC – Knowledge Management and innovation

Through ELSUA, again, I find Luis Suarez is going to Texas for this great-looking conference – and speaking, too. Considering the great news that IBM is getting ready to deliver, and Luis’ background (he’s been involved in community-based innovation within IBM for long) it looks better than relevant. Also, Richard McDermott (one of the most … Sigue leyendo

Community 2.0: conference envy

One of the most vexing parts of working for a company that thoroughly ignores KM and CoPs (getting something done involves flying below the radar, and ultimately getting swatted – I’m getting used to it- or using your own free time as usual) is the sheer impossibility of attending events such as Community 2.o, over … Sigue leyendo