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Greetings, KM Colleagues: In many ways, conferences and training are a KM issue - how do you successfully transfer knowledge from one group of people to another? In light of that increasing challenge in government, we've produced a new resource guide titled, "Building Better Conferences and Training: The Value of Virtual Events in Government." Check it out:
The guide includes the survey results of 335 professionals and their views on virtual training and events, 4 government case studies, 5 industry subject matter experts and 10 best practices for design and delivery.
Looking forward to your feedback on it...and how web-based training and events can start and sustain more effective knowledge exchange.
How is learning & technology transforming work?
Elearning! is hosting a study on this important subject. We invite you to share your view with us at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/FJRZZ7J
Your responses will be strictly confidential and tabulated with hundreds of others. Each participant will receive an executive summary upon completion.
Thank you for your participation!
It's clean up time in the ol' agency intranet! Got tips?
Hostin an office townhall in December - Good or bad idea? http://www.govloop.com/forum/topics/town-hall-in-december
Thought you all might be interested in seeing this new research on the state of enterprise information management at gov't agencies http://bit.ly/TrhoHm
Interesting article - don't be netflixed: why innovation labs are essential for government - http://www.govloop.com/profiles/blogs/don-t-be-netflixed-why-innova...
NASA is looking for a Chief Knowledge Officer - check out http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/323332400
“How to Guide” to Big Data and Data Optimization Technologies Webcast
August 14, 2:00PM ET, 1-hour duration, view from your desktop
Former DIA CTO Bob Gourley, current publisher of CTOvision.com, will provide a detailed analysis of the issues involved with deploying systems in today's federal enterprise and offer potential design and field solutions to keep the agency operating at full capacity. Presented by Digital Government Institute.
Curious - what do folks think about badging and gamification? Chris asks how can we use in govt - http://www.govloop.com/forum/topics/could-products-like-badgeville-...
Are you starting to see an increase in digitized government documents?
The government already has access to mountains of digital data to utilize, a large amount of information at government agencies remains in the form of paper files. For the Digital Government Strategy and the shift to a more mobile government to truly be successful, the government needs to ensure that these documents, records and files are digitized and stored in a central repository where government employees and citizens can access them via their mobile devices.
How are these initiatives effecting the agency or department where you work?
Let us know...click here to comment on our latest post titled: Digital Government Strategy a dr...
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