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ISKO Singapore: Governance

This Friday. In Singapore. We are talking… Governance. Yeah. I know. Delegation. Responsibilities. Policies. Measurement. Risk Mitigation. The whole ball o’ wax. Details of the event – with more video and content – available here.

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Disrupt Sydney 2016

Disrupt Sydney 2016 was another fascinating event. This time I was purely a tourist – not responsible for anything except taking it all in. Dr Karl opened with his schtick – which is superior edutainment. Lots of science stuff. Lots … Continue reading

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IKO 2016: Competencies & Taskonomies

Innovations in Knowledge Organisation 2016 was very enjoyable. I had a hectic Friday afternoon – delivering a case study pitch, variations on the case study 3 times, a keynote, and co-facilitating the activity afterwards. However I cannot complain because the … Continue reading

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The Silicon Valley Consensus and what it means for information professionals

This is the 24th article that one or both of us has written for Online Currents over the course of six years. The first topic was “Enterprise collaborative bookmarking” – which was a hot topic with a number of start-ups … Continue reading

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Reporting on the Knowledge Organisation Competencies Project

More info here. Matt Moore and Patrick Lambe developed a draft competency framework for knowledge organization professionals in support of the inaugural “Innovations in Knowledge Organization” conference held in Singapore in June 2015. With the support of ISKO we then tested this framework within the larger … Continue reading

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Building Competence for Knowledge Organisation

Download Building Competence for Knowledge Organisation As software eats the world and the internet transforms vast swathes of human activity, the field of knowledge organisation has not been immune. Traditional tools such as thesauri and controlled vocabularies are being augmented and … Continue reading

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Innovation in Knowledge Organisation: A Conference Report

Innovation in Knowledge organisation was conference put on by Straits Knowledge (a Singapore-based knowledge management consultancy), PebbleRoad (a Singapore-based user experience design consultancy) and Synaptica (a global taxonomy software company).  The format of the conference was high energy – although … Continue reading

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Cybersecurity for information professionals: The organisational dimension

Moore and Tall_v029_OLC_pt03 Our previous article on cybersecurity approached the issue from the perspective of the individual internet user and showed the breadth of issues that we face and the simple things we can do to make our online interactions … Continue reading

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Competence and Knowledge Organisation

I recently presented a keynote at the inaugural Innovations in Knowledge Organisation conference in Singapore. The whole event was a pleasure to be a part of and many thanks to the organisers for inviting me. The presentation below attempts to … Continue reading

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Cybersecurity for information professionals: The personal dimension

Download the article here One of the key themes of the articles we have written for this publication is that “software is eating the world”. To put it another way, many everyday activities and objections are being transformed by internet-based technologies. … Continue reading

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