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Intra-Organizational Networks Conference (ION Conference)*

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The biennial, weekend Intra-Organizational Networks Conference (ION Conference), organized by LINKS Center for Social Network Analysis at the University of Kentucky (initially by the Goizueta Business School at Emory University), brings together scholars to present the latest research on social networks and management. The conference aims to encourage the continued development of a vibrant, tighter-knit

IEEE International Conference on Semantic Computing (ICSC)*

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  • Workshops: Seventh International Workshop on Semantic Computing for Social Networks and Organization Sciences: from user information to social knowledge (SCSN 2019); First International Workshop on Intelligence & Interaction in Knowledge Engineering (IIKE 2019); Fourth International Workshop on Semantic Computing and Knowledge Creation based on Needs Engineering (SCKNE 2019)

World Bank Knowledge Management Forum (WBKM Forum)

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The World Bank Knowledge Management Forum (WBKM Forum) aims to bring together expert practitioners to share best practices. Staff from across Operations and KM will hear from external experts drawn from the public and private sector as well as internal staff showcasing how they are making a difference in how the Bank better manages what

The Community Roundtable Connect (TheCR Connect)*

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The Community Roundtable Connect (TheCR Connect) is the annual community summit organized by the The Community Roundtable (TheCR) and its network. TheCR Connect is a vendor-free, intimate, interactive 2-days event/workshop designed to maximize participation – to ensure that open conversations flow freely between community practitioners. In conjunction with the TheCR