Hacking and hackathons are perhaps better known in the geek community, but KMWorld 2016, is taking a page from their book and looking to hack, or change in our case, our ideas, strategies and practices in using processes and technology to engage our communities. Organizations are changing — flattening their structures, encouraging creative and innovative practices, engaging audiences in different ways, using technology to streamline and connect people in new and exciting ways. To be successful, today’s organizations have to look at things with different perspectives, be flexible and fast, able to easily transfer and share knowledge, deal with zettabytes of data, innovate, engage and impact communities and customers in positive ways.
The platforms, processes and programs have to respond in a timely fashion to make this happen and to keep customers satisfied. The culture of the organization, the people, enables the transformations and innovations — and well-oiled collaborative organizations excel at leading the charge. This year’s theme, Hacking KM: People, Processes, & Technologies, will look at novel ways to support knowledge sharing and organizational culture. It will examine processes and technology to foster collaboration between self-organizing and cross-functional teams to promote early delivery and stimulate innovation, continuous improvement, and encourage rapid and flexible response to change.
- Dec 13 [Extensis Webinar] Artificial Intelligence in Digital Asset Management
North America, Online Webinar
- Jan 18
- Feb 21
- Nov 13