Cluster Transfer Rapid KT Through Maps

Remembering 1 Thing over Many (Communication | Memory | Context) What do we need to know and why? Memory The right information at the right time. Value Clusters in Context. (Maps and Links) Relationships  MEMORY STRATEGIES FOR REMEMBERING (http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/happiness-in-world/200911/how-remember-things) Become interested in what you're learning. We're all better remembering what interests us. Few people, for example, have a difficult …

Practical Knowledge Management in a Strategic World

In preparing for battle, I have always found that plans are useless but planning is indispensable."-Dwight D. Eisenhower Planning for Knowledge Management Why do organizations need a structured KM initiative or program? Most organizations at a very high level seek to do three general activities: Reduce Risk Identify and Execute on Opportunity for Cost Savings …

For Your Company – How much do you depend on Google? ~KM

The Value of Internet Searches This is something to think about in relation to how organizations use external search tools.  This doesn't apply to Google alone and I am not stating that Google will in fact charge us for search.  I am asking what would happen if they did.  I am also wondering out loud …

Sometimes Simple is Effective!

Simplify Complexity in KM

Google gives us 10 results in less than .50 seconds, give or take a little.   You may be interested to know that Google isn't alone, just search the major engines and count the results.   Without getting into the science of why this is the default response and display, lets just be aware that …

The RIGHT Data Could Be More Valuable

The power of purpose Good data does not mean good analytics.  Larry Lorenzoni - "Birthdays are good for you. Statistics show that the people who have the most live the longest."    Without purpose data is useless. Google CEO Eric Schmidt.  Every two days now we create as much information as we did from the dawn of …

“It boiled down to courage and tenacity”: My “Inbox Interview” with Howard Cohen, Community Manager at DISA Forge.mil and Technologist by Chris Maher

I was interviewed a few weeks back by Chris Maher on Linkedin.  The topic was concerning "Trusted Computing"  and ramblings on security. CM: Howard, as you know, I quoted you at the 2011 NSA Trusted Computing Conference & Exposition: “Well.. I believe in Americans. I believe that when we see various challenges that we individually …

Happy 4th of July (SPECIAL DISPATCHES FROM THE FIELD)

Today is the 4th of July.   What does it mean to you?  Joni Douglas writes "Do we ever reflect on the hardship and terror that the early Americans must have lived through day after day? Do we truly understand the hopes and dreams that lay secretly hidden away in the hearts of the people back …

Community Management Metrics

Community Metrics in Context In late 2011 I started working for DISA on the Forge.Mil project.   Forge.Mil is a really great concept that was born out of the need for a change in the Department of Defense concerning software development and application life-cycle management.  Some the concepts that attracted me to Forge (that is …

Cloud Computing Professional

Subject: Affiliation Discount for Cloud Technology Professional Training Workshop CloudSchool.com and Arcitura Education are pleased to offer an exclusive discount for the Cloud Technology Professional Training Certification Workshop during September 12-14, 2011 in New York, NY, USA. If three or more individuals register from the same organization, all three registrants are entitled to a further …