Knowledge Management meets Web 2.0

I attended the German Knowledge Management Conference KnowTech.

It was a content rich  conference and the topics covered traditional KM approaches but also
very interesting  new Web 2.0 Social Network aspects
 
My favorite Web 2.0 presentation was  SkillMap  "Wissensmanagement mit intelligenter Sozialer Software" presented by Berthold Meyer. This is a research project from the Humboldt Universitaet Berlin. The team is visualizing social networks to find out similar skills, social relationships etc.

Dr.-Ing.Manfred Langen, Karsten Ehms, Siemens AG,M√ľnchen  talked  about their internal blogging experience I specially liked that fact that  the presenters used Jonathan Schwarz's Participation Age definition as the best way  to explain Web 2.0.

Also I had a great discussion with Andreas Blumauer , Managing Director Semanic Web School.
Semantic Web School provide training/consulting on how to build a Semantic Web for your organization.

Hansjoerg Klimetzki, Knowledge Manager Sun Germany presented:
"Einfahren der Innovations-Ernte Aus dem Projektgeschaeft zu Innovations-Ansaetzen"

and I presented  Suin's global approach on how to measure Knowledge Management



Presentations (only available in German language)


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"Skill Map" seems the similar concept to "Mind map". Due to language problem, I can not know its detail.... :-)

Posted by Takashi on October 26, 2006 at 08:42 AM CEST #

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