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Other Voices: Jeri Lou McKinney Brings Knowledge Strategy to the Corporate Community

Guy St. Clair

  This post might to be considered (by some) as blatant promotion. Yep! They’re right about that. And Mr. Guy is making no apologies. Over the last couple of years I’ve become aware of how a colleague named Jeri Lou McKinney – in Dallas TX – is making a difference in getting the KM, knowledge services, knowledge strategy message across to the corporate community. McKinney is the founder and CEO of the Corporate e-Discovery Forum – Knowledge Strategy (CEDF-KS), which the non-profit organization started in 2006. I want to write about McKinney and CEDF-KS because I want to make sure that anyone…
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KD/KS at Work: McKinsey Reports on Government Innovation in Kenya and Georgia

Guy St. Clair

Developing and Sharing Knowledge at the Macro Level   It is often my contention that the work being done in what we’re calling “the knowledge domain” grows more innovative daily, and often on a larger, more societal scale. KD/KS is not limited to what happens in an individual group or corporation. Indeed, one of my best friends often speaks about the “great potential” (as she puts it) for KD/KS to change the world. [Was it not ever thus? How did we get off track?] OK. Perhaps “changing the world” is going a little far, but we’re getting close when we…
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KD/KS at Work: Africa’s Arid Lands Information Network

Guy St. Clair

  Knowledge Centers Positioned Across Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda Sometimes those of us working with knowledge strategy are accused of being too “theoretical,” of focusing on KM, knowledge services, and knowledge strategy too much as a discipline, without giving attention to practical applications. Have you heard any of that recently? If you have, grab the nay-sayers and sit them down in front of this short film. It’s pretty special. l can’t think of many times in the last few years when I’ve been so proud of the work knowledge workers do. Take a look at this: The film describes the…
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