Philanthropy and the Management of Knowledge: Grants and the Business Intelligence a nonprofit needs with Gauri Manglik

Gauri has dedicated her career to building intuitive and delightful user experiences. Seeing the opportunity to force multiply the nonprofit sector’s ability to create impact through software led her to her work at Instrumentl. As CEO and a co-founder, she has led Instrumentl to serve over 2,000 nonprofits today, making it a favorite tool among…

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KM Lobby-The Knowledge Mobilization,Transfer,Translation Community of the NHS with Sue Lacey Bryant

Sue Lacey Bryant is passionate about bringing the expertise of knowledge specialists to inform the millions of decisions made across healthcare day by day, whether by the C-suite, on the hospital ward or out in the community.  As Chief Knowledge Officer for Health Education England and national lead for NHS knowledge and library services at Health…

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The organizational power hidden behind the lack of knowledge stewardship with Camille Mathieu

The views and opinions expressed in this program are those of the speakers and do notnecessarily reflect the positions of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory or affiliates. Camille Mathieu is a results-driven information professional and independent consultant with over 10 years of experience in a variety of library and information science functions. She currently works…

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KM Lobby: Alexandra Belacorça delivers a KM view from a Law Firm based in Portugal

In this KM Lobby – At SÉRVULO https://www.servulo.com since 2011, Alexandra Belacorça is the Knowledge Manager at the firm since 2013. She is graduated in Law from the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon and was admitted to the Portuguese Bar Association in 2020

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Creating organizational Capacities: Networks, Leadership, and Community with Céline Schillinger

Céline is a global Engagement Influencer, and helps leaders and organizations succeed and grow by engaging their clients, partners and employees.Engagement is the active mobilization of many talents, to deliver value together. This requires new leadership methods, tools and behaviors.Thanks to a rich experience in the corporate world acquired over 3 continents in large and…

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Good Knowledge Management is Good Customer Service with John Antill

John Antill is currently a Knowledge Manager at US Army Expeditionary Civilian Workforce. With over 14 years of progressively responsible knowledge management experience in complex technical roles – both military and civilian – requiring exceptional project coordination, problem solving, and management skills, John has established a track record of success by leveraging a collaborative leadership…

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Decision Making at the Speed of Relevance with Brett Patron

With over a decade in the KM field, Brett Patron is a Senior Knowledge Management Advisor for the Office of the Chief Knowledge Officer of US Army Training and Doctrine Command.  Previously, he was a Deployable KM Strategist with Joint Enabling Capabilities Command (JECC), based in Norfolk, Virginia.  With JECC he deployed on over 30…

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Sector Checks, Grit, and Truth Decay with Kevin L. Moffatt

Kevin Moffatt, Co-Founder and CEO of Valencor, is a hands-on executive leader with over 20 years of experience leading multi-national teams providing innovative enterprise solutions and services in challenging operational environments. His focus on enabling and aligning high performing teams and evolving technical approaches has consistently delivered results across a broad spectrum of disciplines, including…

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Designing Learning and Knowledge Flow in Organizations with Moya Radley

Moya (Deacon) Radley serves as Manager of Technical Capability at IAG New Zealand and is an experienced data, information and knowledge management professional, with a track record of leading teams and delivering projects. She is passionate about developing people, and encourage a collaborative and safe culture to help team members become the best that they…

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MicroLearning at the IRS: Creative Knowledge for self-service with Kelly Barrett

Kelly Barrett has worked for the IRS for 23 years, starting as a Data Entry Transcriber and worked his way up to a Human Resources Education and Knowledge Management Specialist.  Kelly has over 15 years of training project management experience with an expertise in eLearning course development and is a certified Instructional Designer (ISD) and…

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