Techonomy Bio Update

Please see this Techonomy Bio Update by Alex Cudaback, Director of Programs, Techonomy Media. CONFERENCE VIDEOS & TRANSCRIPTS: The content from Techonomy Bio is now available. Check it out for videos, transcripts, the final agenda, speaker bios and more.  TECHONOMY BIO 2015: We’ve received an enormous amount of positive feedback and I can now confirm…

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Graph Connect

Graph Databases store data using nodes, edges and properties.   They are an elegant and efficient way to create, read, update and delete information. Colabria Action Research forecast graph database will have a major impact on The Social Enterprise. To learn more please join this vendor un-conference in San Francisco, New York or London. Register…

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Overloaded 2014

Overloaded 2014 is a one day gathering of thought leaders and researchers solving information overload. Overloaded 2014 is Saturday, June 7, 2014 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (PDT) in San Francisco, California, USA.  Overloaded 2014 In today’s global knowledge economy there may be no greater challenge to progress and productivity than information overload. Come…

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21st Century KM

Knowledge Management (KM) is experiencing a major 21st Century pivot. Coined in Silicon Valley, the term business pivot is a structured course correction. It’s the adoption of fundamentally new principles and hypotheses concerning business offerings, techniques, methods and outcomes. It’s long overdue. Northern California is leading the pivot to 21st Century KM. In today’s post-industrial …

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Techonomy BIO

“UCLA has one department of computer science and 25 biology departments. Why? Biologists are smarter.” –Alan Kay Sign up now for Techonomy BIO on June 17th at The Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. At Techonomy BIO engage in conversation at the highest level on the role of Internet technology in biology. Surface conversations…

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California KM

On behalf of Colabria, please accept your invitation to participate in your next Colabria Cluster – Knowledge Management 2014(KM2014). Your California KM Community is the Colabria Action Research Network representing Silicon Valley, San Francisco, Northern and Southern California. KM2014 is your next community event. Your Bizzabo KM2014 Event Community is open. All are welcome. In today’s post-informational and post-industrial society, Knowledge…

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Crowdfund Graph Analytics for Justice

A crowdfunded project from Stanford aims to use graph technologies to better understand international justice. Please help Crowdfund Graph Analytics for Justice.  You can help apply graph analytics to shed light on the way justice works. The justice system is not the most transparent and data friendly domain. That’s why it’s so exciting to see that…

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Death of KM Standards

As predicted some nostalgic application vendors and elements of the decomposing Knowledge Management (KM) Establishment are providing futile life support for KM Standards. Of course the Death of KM Standards is certain and confident. It has already occurred in most all global KM precincts. However, some find unlearning the 1990s-style of KM very difficult. They…

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Don’t Get SWAM’ed

LinkedIn Groups now offers Site-Wide Automated Moderating (SWAM). SWAM is a draconian moderation method for LinkedIn Groups. Any moderator in any group can SWAM you. Even if a moderator simply disagrees with your post or its tone or rhetoric, for example, they can SWAM you. Anybody that gets SWAM’ed is permanently placed in moderation. SWAM…

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KM Fetishes

There is a knowledge management (KM) renaissance underway. KM has long been a troubled discipline. Vendors, dilettantes and document jockeys hijacked KM and called it their own. Moribund IT & HR units co-opted KM as their savior. Frustrated process engineers failed at making KM an ordered system. Best Practice bullies codified disastrous central repositories for…

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East Meets West KM

Many great management innovations over the last 40 years have originated in Japan. Total Quality (TQM), PDCA, Toyota Production System (TPS), Lean, and so on, are good examples. These innovations are the genesis and ancestors of almost everything we take for today’s management. This includes modern and prevailing management practices for knowledge workers and KM. However, the…

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KM Disappointments

It is disappointing to still hear the near-religious advocacy of process, standards and certification for knowledge management (KM). Ironically, KM people, often charged with change management and innovation, are so inelastic they simply reject contemporary, effective and proven KM practices. Even when their sacred cows of KM standards, certification and process engineering lead them to…

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Entrepreneurial Finance Group Meetup

Your next Entrepreneurial Finance Group Meetup is on 20 Feb 2014 from 6PM-9:00PM in San Francisco. The theme is startup investment innovation and an introduction to Seed Change.  On September 23, 2013, Title II of the JOBS Act lifted the ban on general solicitation by startups. Startups are now allowed to solicit their offerings. Simultaneously,…

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