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Social knowledge management panels to see at Gilbane Boston 2009

The Gilbane Boston conference is fast approaching -- Dec. 1-3 to be exact. This year's theme is "Content, Collaboration, and Customers," which will be broken down into four main tracks:
  • Web Business and Engagement
  • Managing Collaboration and Social Media: Internal and External
  • Enterprise Content: Searching, Integrating, and Publishing
  • Content Infrastructure
If you're interested in learning more about social knowledge management in particular, I recommend you go to these two panels:

Collaboration Challenges 2: Sharing Content
This will be an interactive discussion on the challenges surrounding effective content sharing inside and outside the firewall. This would be good for anyone interested in starting and/or improving a social knowledge management strategy. Panelists and the audience will be sharing best practices and tools they've used and that are working for them.

Geoffrey Bock, Senior Analyst of Collaboration and Enterprise Social Software, Gilbane Group

Bob Lindenberg, Senior Vice President, Putnam Investments
Ginger Richards, Pew Research Center
Jason Corsello, Vice President, Knowledge Infusion

Wednesday, Dec. 2, 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Collaboration Challenges 5: Fostering and Supporting Innovation

This interactive discussion will cover the challenges of instituting an innovation management discipline, and solutions for overcoming them. This also speaks to issues such as organizational culture.

Carl Frappaolo, Co-founder and Principal, Information Architected

Mary Lou Tierney, Enterprise Architecture Planning and Innovation, MITRE
Melanie Browne, Librarian and Project Manager, Maple Leaf Foods (an Inmagic customer, by the way)

Thursday, Dec. 3, 9:40 a.m. - 10:40 a.m.

And don't forget to stop by to see us in exhibit area G. We'll be there to talk shop, discuss knowledge management trends, and give you pointers for shaping your organization's social knowledge management strategies and initiatives for 2010.

If you haven't signed up for Gilbane Boston yet, it's not too late. You can register on the conference site.

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