Philanthropy, Nuremberg, Justice, Volunteerism, and Jamestown NY: The focus of Kristan McMahon

Kristan McMahon has served as President of the Robert H. Jackson Center since April 2019. McMahon is a former principal with Vetted Solutions, an executive search firm specializing in association and nonprofit recruiting and consulting in Washington, D.C. where she helped guide a transformational process for the company’s executive searches. Previously, McMahon was corporate counsel…

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What is ePhilanthropy?

by Edwin K. Morris ​In the world of nonprofits there is a little word that means a lot. It is philanthropy. The image above is the definition. It highlights the essence of why nonprofits even exist. Philanthropy can pack a whole lot of action in the meaning around an organization’s mission. This requires great communication skills and understanding of the organizations…

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Surprise, surprise, knowledge management impacts employees!

Guest Blogger CaseyAnn Salanova currently heads the Interlibrary Loan department and serves as the Core Team Leader at Schmidt Library at York College of Pennsylvania. Surprise, surprise, knowledge management impacts employees! What a novel idea, right? Not really when you think about it because where does knowledge lie? Within people. And employees—at least for now—are…

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Knowledge: The Library Revolution

CaseyAnn Salanova is a graduate student at Kent State University studying Knowledge Management and Library and Information Science. She currently heads the Interlibrary Loan department and serves as the Core Team Leader at Schmidt Library at York College of Pennsylvania. Libraries, unfortunately, are all too often viewed as antiquated as your grandmother’s chintz curtains. The…

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Looking Ahead – The HITECH Act with highlights

Guest Blogger Dr. Marvin Boren is a passionate knowledge management professional and forward thinker.​ ​​​​ I’ll finish my discussion on the information sharing and knowledge management initiative resulting from the HITECH Act with some highlights from the Federal Health IT Strategic Plan 2015-2020 – HealthIT.gov (ONC, Office of the Secretary, 2015) released in October 2015 by…

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Transforming Healthcare through Knowledge Management

Guest Blogger Jacquelynn Seymour  Jackie is a Sr. Project Portfolio Manager/Clinical Systems within the Information Technology Division Project Management Office at a large healthcare organization in Northeast Ohio. She is anticipating graduation in May 2016 with a Master’s Degree in Information Architecture and Knowledge Management – Health Informatics. She is zealous about the possibilities of…

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The Importance of Knowledge Management

Article by  Edwin K. Morris on 12/7/2016 11:45 AM Edwin K. Morris ​ Pioneer Knowledge Services [email protected] Knowledge management is a contemporary business practice and organizational capacity builder that is recognized and used by governments, military systems, industries, corporations, foundations, and academia. The World Health Organization considers “KM to be the dual challenge of, first, managing information…

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