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On Content, Collaboration and Findability

Last Build Date: Tue, 11 Oct 2011 03:04:59 +0000


Language change over time in your search log

Tue, 11 Oct 2011 03:04:59 +0000

This is a second post in a series I have planned about the language found throughout your search log – all the way into the “long tail” and how it might or might not be feasible to understand it all. My previous post, “80-20: The lie in your search log?“, highlighted how the slope of “short [...]

The Findability Gap by Lou Rosenfeld

Fri, 23 Sep 2011 12:28:01 +0000

Lou Rosenfeld has just published a great presentation I would highly recommend for anything working in the search space:  The Findability Gap. It provides a great picture of the overall landscape of the problem (it’s not just search, after all!). I especially liked slide 4 – a very telling illustration of the challenge we face in intelligently [...] Chat on the Importance of Search in your KM Solution

Tue, 14 Jun 2011 15:19:54 +0000

Last week, I moderated a discussion for the weekly Twitter chat about “The Importance of Search in your KM Solution”. My intent was to try to get an understanding about how important search is relative to other components of a KM search (connecting people, collecting and managing content, etc.). It was a good discussion with about [...]

Taxonomy Boot Camp 2010

Wed, 17 Nov 2010 03:57:22 +0000

Yesterday, I delivered my presentation at Taxonomy Boot Camp 2010 on “Enterprise Taxonomy: Six Components of a vision”.  You can find the presentation on my site here and also on the Taxonomy Boot Camp site here (the latter requires a login you will need to get from the conference). Some of the most interesting topics for [...]

80-20: The lie in your search log?

Sun, 14 Nov 2010 03:08:50 +0000

Recently, I have been trying to better understand the language in use by our users in the search solution we use, and in order to do that, I have been trying to determine what tools and techniques one might use to do that. This is the first post in a planned series about this effort. I [...]

Speaking at Taxonomy Boot Camp 2010

Fri, 12 Nov 2010 18:32:04 +0000

Next week, I will be speaking at Taxonomy Boot Camp 2010 – on the topic of Enterprise Taxonomy: A Vision.  Much of what I will have to share is from a post I wrote here some time ago. Hopefully I have enough new issue to make it a good session for everyone!

Best Bet Governance

Tue, 23 Feb 2010 02:58:13 +0000

My first post back after too-long a period of time off.  I wanted to jump back in and share some concrete thoughts on best bet governance. I’ve previously written about best bets and how I thought, while not perfect, they were an important part of a search solution.  In that post, I also described the process [...]

Yes, I am Alive!

Tue, 23 Feb 2010 02:56:18 +0000

It’s now been slightly over a year since my last post.  Yikes, time flies! Where have I been?  Well, mostly, I’ve been getting myself comfortable in a new position.  Tomorrow marks my first anniversary as an employee of Deloitte.  I took on the role of Portal Program Lead for the Global Consulting Knowledge Management (GCKM) group.  [...]

Embedding Knowledge Sharing in Performance Management

Tue, 10 Feb 2009 19:30:07 +0000

In my last post, I wrote about a particular process for capturing “knowledge nuggets” from a community’s on-going discussions and toward the end of that write up, I described some ideas for the motivation for members to be involved in this knowledge capture process and how it might translate to an enterprise. All of [...]

Retiring a Community and Capturing its Knowledge

Thu, 05 Feb 2009 19:03:04 +0000

Recently, there was a thread of discussion on the com-Prac list about the “death of a community” and a follow-up discussion about what or how CoPs should capture discussion-produced knowledge. I found these to be very interesting and thought-provoking discussions. In this post, I will write about two aspects of these discussions – the retiring [...]