Who is Your Organization Excluding? The view from Amit Taneja

Amit Taneja serves as the inaugural senior vice president and chief inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility (IDEA) officer at Chautauqua Institution. He provides leadership on several institutional priorities to make Chautauqua more diverse, equitable, inclusive, and accessible, including the creation of the IDEA strategic plan, training, policy issues and practice updates. Amit engages with the…

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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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Knowledge Responsibility: The Organization That Expects You to Own That with Dr. Cindy J. Young

Dr. Cynthia “Cindy” J. Young is the Founder/CEO of CJ Young Consulting, LLC, a knowledge management consulting firm, as well as a curriculum developer and instructor with Leidos. About a decade ago, she retired as a Surface Warfare Officer after 23 years in the U.S. Navy which is where her love for knowledge management began.…

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Integration, Network, Grass Roots, Infrastructure, Retention: The #CKO View of Ved Prakash

Ved Prakash is a well-recognized senior industry professional with a global experience of 29 years in a variety of leadership roles with strategic, business and operational responsibilities, including large transformation programs. He is considered a thought leader in Knowledge Management with core expertise in enterprise KM strategy, governance, knowledge and social architecture, process, technology enablement,…

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Content, Customer Engagement, CRM and KCS with Sara Feldman

Sara Feldman is the Director of Member Engagement for the Consortium for Service Innovation, where she connects Members with resources to support their success and enhance their customer experience. She is a KCS v6 Certified Trainer and experienced with customer-centric functions in the software industry. With a foundation in Technical Writing and Knowledge Management, her previous roles have…

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Science Fiction, Apartheid, Hindenburg, Healthy Skepticism, and Nsaka: The world of Chris Mottes

Chris Mottes is the CEO & Partner, Hindenburg Systems. Chris has 30+ years of experience in media production, entrepreneurship, management and business development in London, Stockholm and Copenhagen. Chris’s first interest was journalism and human rights, growing up in South Africa under apartheid in the 80’s will do that to you. Bachelor in draft dodging…

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Benjamin Anyacho – The Knowledge Café; building it with vigor

Benjamin Anyacho, MBA, PMP, is a senior project manager and enterprise knowledge management (KM) lead at the Texas Department of Transportation. He is an expert in project and knowledge management and serves on several national and global research, projects, and KM boards/committees. Benjamin is the Executive Director of the non-profit Apostolic Bridge Builders, Inc. in…

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How to Assess Our KM Needs and Find Appropriate Solutions

Kristen Summers works as a Grants Manager at Saint Luke’s Foundation in Cleveland, Ohio. She is interested in Knowledge Management in order to further her career in philanthropy. In her spare time she enjoys hiking with her husband and two dogs. You know the saying in the field of grantmaking, “If you’ve met one foundation,…

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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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