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That team’s concerns include the broad topic of knowledge management, and also includes a few members who spend all or part of their time doing knowledge management in their organizations. I thought it might be useful for people who do knowledge management or who are interested in adopting or furthering knowledge management in their organizations to see a possible list of sessions
Does the recent trend towards a pessimistic security model in your document management system require a shift in your knowledge management (KM) efforts?
Last week was our KM Q2 Discussion. The overarching topic was Client Facing KM solutions. Attached is the recap of the conversation, for those who couldn't attend or would like a summary. If you'd like to contact any of the panelists for any direct questions they were: - Vincent Colavita:...
How and why are KM priorities changing? This was the topic of an ILTA virtual roundtable I moderated on July 6, 2017. I report here on the survey administered in advance and the flavor of the discussion (as moderator, I was not able to take good notes). An appendix contains survey results...
Not surprisingly then, storytelling also has a place in legal knowledge management...One effective way of sharing tacit knowledge is to gather around a conference table telling stories over cups of coffee
In today's information economy, an organization's most valuable asset is the knowledge held by its employees about the firm and its clients. Likewise, Knowledge Management (KM) processes and software are among its greatest assets and challenges
While no one can really predict the future, I can tell you that I’m scheduled to talk about the future of legal knowledge management (KM) in the near future
The Simple Stick is a concept I’ve begun to adopt in my knowledge management work
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Conference has both a “formal” KM track (which means those 6 sessions managed by the ILTA KM PG) and many other sessions that may be of interest to knowledge management professionals or that even cover topics in what I consider “core” KM, such as enterprise search
Explore more cross team collaboration with content teams and team coordinators of the conference committee at ASCEND Ensure the area of focus is identified on all programming so it is properly tagged and searchable on website Collaborate between calls using Slack channels to fill in or complete upcoming programming ideas Review vendor programming for local events, roadshows and webinars, as needed, to ensure topic, title, description, content and speakers meet the needs of the target audience Each month review unanswered eGroup threads to provide assistance; team members alternate organizing the thread list to present to team for review Abide by ILTA's Conflict of Interest Policy DUTIES : Participate in monthly one-hour conference calls Participate in in-person/virtual volunteer meeting(s) Liaise with staff and Project Team(s) to execute particular deliverables Participate in content development between monthly calls via Slack channels and email Serve as an ambassador for ILTA by promoting content team programming AREAS OF FOCUS: The Knowledge Management & Marketing Content Coordinating Team will work to deliver quality, relevant and timely educational and member-driven programming within the areas of focus of knowledge management and marketing. The perfect applicant has advanced knowledge of some or all of the following subject matters: Knowledge Management Analytics Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning - Unpack/redefine Business Intelligence Change Management Client and matter management Collaboration Enterprise Content Management Enterprise Search Expertise Location Expert systems and document automation Intranets / Portals Legal Service Innovation Library and research KM Education KM Strategy Product / Process Innovation Quality Assurance Risk/Compliance Innovation Marketing & Business Development Analytics Collaboration Competitive Intelligence Content Management CRM Process and Tools Digital Marketing Event Management Experience Databases Innovation Proposal Automation Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Social Media Tools/Processes Website Design Data quality/wrangling Innovation QUALIFICATIONS FOR SERVICE: Objective Criteria: ILTA member Complete the ILTA Conflict of Interest Form At least two years’ experience working in legal technology At least two years’ experience in the areas of focus and target audiences of the specific area of discipline for the team Experience as a speaker, author, or regular e-group contributor (or other volunteer experience within ILTA or similar professional organization Willingness to accept direction from the volunteer leadership and ILTA staff as required Willingness at all times to act as a reflection of ILTA’s core values Subjective Criteria: Professional demeanor Ability to work within a goal-oriented, results-driven team Ability to convey ideas with respectfulness Respect for protocol and history of the organization Ability to put aside personal objectives in deference to the needs of the membership Ability to provide practical programming direction for the organization Desired Skills: Deep knowledge and experience of technology in the legal profession Effective interpersonal communication Ability to work within a team environment Ability to prioritize tasks to meet deadlines Business acumen Project management experience Ability to be responsive to rapidly shifting priorities PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT : Skills you can expect to learn from this volunteer position include: Leadership Goal setting Meeting Facilitation Mentorship Improved subject matter expertise Network and learn from the challenges and successes of peers Communication COMPENSATION : ILTA volunteer leaders do not receive compensation for their services but may be reimbursed for expenses.
09-01-2020 | Larger Project (anywhere from 40 - 100 hours total)