Knowledge Management & Enterprise Solutions Conference (KMWorld)*

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Organized and produced by Information Today, Inc. (until 1999 by Knowledge Asset Media, acquired by Information Today in 2000), KMWorld – The Knowledge Management & Enterprise Solutions Conference, formerly the KMWorld & Intranets Conference and Exposition, offers a wide-ranging program especially focused to meet the needs of executives and strategic business and technology decision makers and is a must-attend for those concerned with improving their organization’s bottom line, business processes and productivity, as well as streamlining operations and accelerating development and innovation in their evolving enterprises.

  • LEARN about leading-edge practices
  • STREAMLINE information & knowledge flows
  • GAIN knowledge to build strong organizations
  • COLLABORATE with experts & colleagues
  • EXPLORE social media & networking for the enterprise
  • IMPROVE taxonomies & content management

Co-located Events:

  • Enterprise Search & Discovery
  • SharePoint Symposium – The Conference on How to Use SharePoint in the Enterprise
  • Taxonomy Boot Camp – The Conference on Taxonomy and Information Architecture
  • Text Analytics Forum (new in 2017)

Conferenc History:

  • KMWorld 2018, November 6-8, 2018, Washington, DC, USA
    • Co-located: Taxonomy Boot Camp; Enterprise Search & Discovery; SharePoint Symposium; Text Analytics Forum
    • Workshops (Nov 5):
  • KMWorld 2017, November 7 – 9, 2017, Washington, DC, USA
    Conference Theme: People Power, Thinking & Tech

    • Co-located: Taxonomy Boot Camp; Enterprise Search & Discovery,; SharePoint Symposium; Text Analytics Forum
    • Workshops (Nov 6):
      • W1. Knowledge Management 101
      • W2. Maximizing Effectiveness, Efficiency & Innovation Of Knowledge-Intensive Activities
      • W3. Improving Internal & External Knowledge Sharing
      • W4. Getting Good Evidence For A Knowledge Management Plan
      • W5. Search Managers Boot Camp
      • W6. Designing Collaboration For Success
      • W7. Knowledge Management Learning Labs
      • W8. Exclusive Look At The Best Of Leading Edge Intranets
      • W9. Office 365 Strategies For Maximizing Knowledge Management Outcomes
      • W10. Building & Curating Bodies Of Knowledge
      • W11. Practical Ways To Demonstrate The Value Of Knowledge Management
      • W12. Knowledge Management Strategy
      • W13. Innovation Communities: Putting Knowledge Management At The Center Of Strategy
      • W14. Taking Knowledge Transfer To The Next Level
      • W15. Building A Text Analytics Platform
      • W16. Search Clinic: Understanding, Applying, & Fixing SharePoint Search
      • W17. Creative Techniques For Facilitating Change
      • W18. Engagement Strategies For Knowledge Management Adoption: Games Help!
      • W19. Organizational Change Management: Hacking Behavior For Knowledge Management Success
      • W20. Design Thinking & Knowledge Management: From Ideas To Action
      • W21. Knowledge Fast Flow: Maximize Innovation & Collaboration
      • W22. Communication: Ways To Improve For Good Knowledge Management
      • W23. Increasing Team Innovation Capacity [CANCELLED]
  • KMWorld 2016, November 14 – 17, 2016, Washington, DC, USA
    Conference Theme: Hacking Knowledge Management: People, Processes, & Technology
    Conference workshops
    W1: Knowledge Management 101
    W2: Inspiring Action With Storytelling
    W3: Complexity-Based Design Thinking
    W4: Hack Knowledge Management With Scenario Planning: Co-Create 4 Futures to Challenge Your Assumption
    W5: Delivering an Intranet in 100 Hours!
    W6: Creating Effective Search Solutions With SharePoint
    W7: Essential SharePoint: Real-World Tips & Strategies for Nontechnical Users
    W8: Successful Social for the Enterprise
    W9: Improving Internal & External Knowledge Sharing
    W10: Organizational Change Management & Knowledge Management
    W11: Collaboration Strategy in a Box
    W12: Knowledge Management 102
    W13: Knowledge Management Strategy
    W14: Managing Knowledge in the Networked Era
    W15: Intranet Design Deep-Dive
    W16: Storytelling for Leaders
    W17: Knowledge Mapping: Identifying & Mitigating Knowledge Risks
    W18: Mindset Hacking for Knowledge Co-Creation
    W19: Practical Ways to Demonstrate the Value of Knowledge Management
    W20: Management by Design: Designing World-Class Knowledge Management Experiences
    W21: Taking Knowledge Transfer to the Next Level
    W22: Building anInnovation Engine in Your Organization
  • KMWorld 2015, November 2 – 5, 2015, Washington, DC, USA
    Conference Theme: Agile Knowledge Sharing & Innovation
  • KMWorld 2014, November 4 – 7, 2014, Washington, DC, USA
    Conference Theme: Enterprise Knowledge & Customer Value
  • KMWorld 2013, November 6 – 8, 2013, Washington, DC, USA
    Conference Theme: Building Collaborative Organizations: People, Platforms & Programs
  • KMWorld 2012, October 17 – 19, 2012, Washington, DC, USA
    Conference Theme: Knowledge Sharing & Learning: Communication, Collaboration & Innovation
    Conference workshops
    W1: KM Strategy in a Box
    W2: Driving Organizational Flows Using Enterprise Social Media
    W3: Open Source Alternatives for Enterprise Search
    W4: Better Face-to-Face Knowledge Sharing
    W5: Knowledge Networks & Flow of Insights
    W6: Digital Workplace/Intranet Showcase & Design Strategies
    W7: Intranet 2.0: Integrating Social Media Tools & Tech
    W8: Knowledge Café (CANCELED)
    W9: Conducting Knowledge Audits
    W10: Storytelling for KM Practitioners
    W11: Change Management for Knowledge Managers
    W12: Engaging for KM Success: Build, Maintain, Outperform
    W13: Intranet/Digital Workspace Navigation (CANCELED)
    W14: KM Strategy & Knowledge Mapping
    W15: Facilitating Knowledge Into Action
    W16: Creating a KM Strategy
    W17: Creating Intranets That Work
    W18: Demystifying SharePoint Strategy & Governance
    W19: Findability in SharePoint 2010
    W20: Aligning People, Process, & Tech for KM Success
    W21: Collaborative Work: Getting the Best from Your Virtual Teams and Communities
    Executive Workshop
  • KMWorld 2011, November 1 – 3, 2011, Washington, DC, USA
    Conference Theme: Networked Enterprises: Empowered to Share & Apply Knowledge
  • KMWorld 2010, November 16 – 18, 2010, Washington, DC, USA
    Conference Theme: KnowHow: The Knowledge Driven Enterprise
  • KMWorld 2009, November 17 – 19, 2009, San Jose, California, USA
    Resetting the Enterprise: Focusing on People, Talent & Knowledge
    W1: Gaining Foresight: Strategies for Turbulent Times
    W2: Strategies for Innovative Intranets
    W3: Taxonomy Implementation & Integration
    W4: Business Social Media Best Practices: Blogs & Twitter
    W5: Fundamentals of Enterprise Search
    W6: Developing Enterprise 2.0 with Web 2.0 for Employee Engagement
    W7: Semantic Web & Taxonomies
    W8: Personal Knowledge Management (PKM), Social Networking & Productivity
    W9: Increasing Your SharePoint Knowledge Capability
    W10: Information Architecture: Enhancing Collaboration & Knowledge Sharing
    W11: Leveraging & Valuing Expertise in Your Organization
    W12: Improving the Design of Search
    W13: Creating a Successful Taxonomy
    W14: A Practical Guide to Implementing Web 2.0
    W15: Innovation Passport
    W16: Sharepoint Information Architecture: Integrating Taxonomy & Metadata
    W17: Creating a Knowledge Sharing Culture
    W18: Building a Learning Organization: Models for Personal KM (PKM)
    W19: Enterprise Search Technologies
    W20: Linking KM & Talent Management: Employee Knowledge Strategies
    Monday Evening Session: Stories and conversations with Nancy Dixon
  • KMWorld & Intranets 2008, September 23 – 25, 2008, San Jose, California, USA
    Conference Theme: Driving Enterprise Innovation & Achievement: User-Focused Tools & Practices
    W1: Leader’s Framework for Decision Making
    W2: Enterprise Search Technology Intensive
    W3: Building an Enterprise of the Future
    W4: Developing a Multichannel Content Management Strategy
    W5: Strategies for Innovative Intranets
    W6: Information Architecture 3.0
    W7: Auto-Categorization
    W8: Building a Taxonomy From the Ground Up
    W9: Integrating Taxonomy Development Into an Enterprise Context
    W10: Virtual World Safari: Showcasing Practical Solutions
    W11: Enterprise Search 101
    W12: Open Networks for Co-Generating Knowledge
    W13: Increased Innovation Flows Through Collaborative Innovation Architecture
    W14: Improving the Design of Search
    W15: Enterprise Social Software Tools
    W16: Measuring Taxonomy Success
    W17: Personal Knowledge Management & Productivity
    W18: Taxonomy and Metadata Standards Governance
    W19: Best Practices in Intranet Management
    W20: SharePoint & KM
    Monday Evening Session: Learning from Mistakes!
  • KMWorld & Intranets 2007, November 6 – 8, 2007, San Jose, California, USA
    Conference Theme: Knowledge Management 2.0: A New World for the Enterprise
    W1: Knowledge Transfer: Using Narrative & Stories
    W2: KM 2.0 Unconference: How to Save Knowledge Management (or, Can KM Change the World?)
    W3: Critical Success Factors for KM Initiatives
    W4: Dealing with Change & Building the Enterprise of the Future
    W5: Knowledge Capture: Getting Beyond the Theoretical KM Approach
    W6: Intranets & Portals: Strategies & Best Practices
    W7: Taxonomy 101
    W8: Creating Effective CM & Search Strategies
    W9: Developing a Taxonomy within an Enterprise Context
    W10: Taking Advantage of Web 2.0 Applications
    W11: The KM Unworkshop
    W12: Knowledge Worker Productivity: Strategies & Techniques
    W13: Developing an Effective Content Framework
    W14: Global Intranet Maturity Workshop: Lessons and Opportunities
    W15: Enterprise Search Engines: Critical Success Factors
    W16: When ECM & Enterprise Search Collide
    W17: Getting Started with Business Taxonomy Design
    W18: Rich Text Processing: Can It Fix Broken Search?
    W19: Taxonomy & Search: Using Taxonomies to Improve Search
    W20: Learnership: Developing Knowledge Worker Skills for the Future
    Monday Evening Session: Knowledge Café
  • 10th KMWorld & Intranets 2006, October 31 – November 2, 2006, San Jose, California, USA
    Conference Theme: Applying Strategies & Tools for Innovation
    W1: Building the Enterprise of the Future
    W2: KM 101: Getting the Most from KMWorld
    W3: Enterprise Search Engines: Critical Success Factors
    W4: Developing an Effective Content Framework
    W5: Intranet Strategies & Benchmarking for Practitioners
    W6: Modeling & Managing Metadata for Greater Productivity
    W7: Enterprise Portal Software: Architecture, Products, Selection
    W8: Wikis & Blogs: New KM Tools
    W9: KM: Strategic Partner for Top & Bottom Line Impact
    W10: Personal Knowledge Management (PKM)
    W11: Learning Fast to Stay Relevant
    W12: Critical Success Factors for KM Initiatives
    W13: Selecting & Implementing Intranet Search
    W14: Content Strategy and Practice
    W15: Designing & Developing Intranets Using MS SharePoint
    W16: Taxonomies, Metadata, and Facets
    W17: Local Information Management: The End-User Revolution
    W18: Intranet Governance & Standards: Strategies for Success
    W19: Organizational Network Analysis (ONA)
    W20: Peer Mentoring: Sharing What You Know
  • KMWorld & Intranets 2005, November 15 – 17, 2005, San Jose , Californis, USA
    Conference Theme:
    Conference workshops
    W1: Putting KM on the Strategic Agenda
    W2: Solving Real KM and Intranet Issues
    W3: Increasing Findability in Large, Complex Intranets
    W4: Taxonomy Development & Usage
    W5: Developing CMS Requirements
    W6: Building a Content Management Strategy
    W7: Portal Planning: Designing & Implementing
    W8: Building High-Performance Communities of Practice (CoP)
    W9: Overload, Learning, & Innovation
    W10: Knowledge, Networks, and Value Creation
    W11: Enterprise Search: An Intensive Jump-Start
    W12: Practical Taxonomies: Developing a Knowledge Classification System
    W13: Web Content Management Systems (WCMS): Architectures and Products
    W14: Web Writers W(Cancelled)
    W15: Intranet Standards & Best Practice
    W16: Enterprise Collaboration: Weblogs & Wikis
    W17: Building Intranets for Supporting KM
    W18: Collaboration Commerce: The Next Competitive Advantage
  • KMWorld & Intranets 2004; October 26–28, 2004, Santa Clara, california, USA
    Conference Theme: Driving Performance: Applying Strategies & Tools for Performance Improvement
    Conference workshops
    Workshop 1: Organizational Storytelling & Narrative Patterns Master Class
    W2: Organizational Survival: Increasing Profitability
    W3: Improving Knowledge Practices for Strategic Impact: A Diagnostic Approach
    W4: Boosting Knowledge Worker Productivity
    W5: Problem Solving: Dealing with Dilemmas & Setting Priorities
    W6: Building an Effective Content Management Strategy
    W7: Intranet Standards & Best Practice
    W8: Blogging for Knowledge Exchange
    W9: High-Performance KM for Advanced Practitioners
    W10: Performance Mapping for Organizational Improvement
    W11: Virtual Collaboration: BMS’s Prescription
    W12: Solving KM and Intranet Issues
    W13: Web Content Management
    W14: Portal Software: User & Vendor Survey
    W15: Taxonomy Development & Usage
  • KMWorld & Intranets 2003, October 14-16, 2003, Santa Clara, California, USA
    Conference Theme: Business Critical Knowledge Management: Knowledge, Learning and Productivity
    Conference workshops
    W1: Knowledge Management: Concepts, Methods, and Practice
    W2: Intranet Professionals Academy
    W3: Practical Taxonomy: Developing Workable Knowledge Classification Systems
    W4: Knowledge Continuity Management: The Future of Knowledge Retention
    W5: Content Management Interactive
    W6: Corporate Portal Strategies
    W7: Effectively Managing and Profiting with Virtual Project Teams
    W8: actionable KM Implementation: A Pragmatic “How-To” Workshop
    W9: Building Strategic Capability with Communities of Practice
    W10: Integrating Personal and Organizational Tools for Sustainable Transformation
    W11: Ten Steps to Intranet Success
    W12: Usability for Intranets
  • KMWorld & Intranets 2002, October 29-31, 2002, Santa Clara, California, USA
    Conference Theme: Mainstreaming Knowledge Management
    Conference workshops
    W1: Knowledge Management: Concepts, Methods, and Practice
    W2: Organizational Narrative Master Class
    W3: Content Management Interactive
    W4: Preparing to Implement a KM Strategy
    W5: Making Intranets Usable: Testing and Improving
    W6: Information, Content, and KM: Strategies forImproving Intranet Business Value
    W7: Communities of Practice (CoPs)
    W8: Content Personalization Strategies
    W9: The New Value Fundamentals: Knowledge,Intangibles, and Value Networks
    W10: Intranets, Portals, and Corporate Strategies
    W11: Competitive Intelligence Strategies: The Top 12 Priorities
    W12: cancelled
  • KM World 2001, October 29 – November 1, 2001, Santa Clara, California, USA
    Conference Theme: Knowledge Drivers of the e-Enterprise
    Conference workshops
    W1: Corporate Storytelling
    W2: Collaborative Teams
    W3: A Strategic Approach to Building Your Corporate Portal
    W4: XML and KM: Powering Information and Retrieval for the Semantic Web
    W5: Mapping Organizational Knowledge
    W6: Performance Centered Business Models and Processes: Keys to Effective KM
    W7: Basics of Web Usability
    W8: Enterprise Knowledge Maturity Model
    W9: Knowledge Products: Drivers of the eEnterprise — CANCELLED —
    W10: Organizing Virtual Organizations & Teams
    W11: Knowledge Portals: Converting Information Overload into Knowledge-on-Demand
    W12: What You Need to Know About Managing a Knowledge Management, or Web Project
    W13: Crashing with the Nose Up: Building a Working, Sharing Environment
    W14: Creating a Learning Organization
    W15: Implementing Knowledge Management: An Overall Architecture & Framework
    W16: Knowledge Management in Defense
  • KMWorld 2000, September 13 – 15, Santa Clara, California, USA
    (The Global Conference and Exposition on Enterprise Knowledge Management and Business Intelligence)
    Conference Theme: KnowledgeNets: Defining & Driving the e-Enterprise
    Conference workshops
    W1: KM & State of the Knowledge Industry
    W2: A Framework for Measuring and Valuing KM, Intellectual Assets, and Organizational Learning
    W3: Tying Information and Knowledge Together: Successful Strategies
    W4: Developing an Information Architecture from the Top Down and Bottom Up
    W5: Aligning Your Knowledge Programs to Business Strategy
    W6: Competitive Intelligence and Competitor Analysis – the Next Phase for Strategically Selecting Lines of Business and Tactically Executing Business Strategy
    W7: Knowledge Management and the Future: Building Scenarios for Tomorrow’s KM Environment
    W8: Creating Value from Knowledge: Proven Strategies and Valuation Techniques
    W9: New Advances in KM Software
    W10: KM Technical Architecture Framework
    W11: KM Enabling Big Blue: One Voice, Three Success Stories
    W12: The Economics of Portal Infusion
  • KMWorld 1999, September 20 – 23, Dallas, Texas, USA
    (The largest conference and exposition serving the knowledge management systems market)
    Conference Theme: Where People, Process and Technology Converge
    Conference tutorials & workshops
    T1: Fundamentals of Image System Design and Architecture
    T2: KM and IP Application Strategies for Competency and Distinction
    T3: State of the Knowledge Industry: 1999 Progress Report
    T4: The Practitioner’s Toolkit for KM in the Extended Enterprise
    T5: Competitive Intelligence as a Driver of Enterprise Intellect and Corporate Strategy
    T6: Records Management and the Law
    T7: Content Management Strategies for the Enterprise with XML
    W1: Knowledge Management Solutions on the Microsoft Windows NT Platform
    W2: Knowledge Management in Practice and Reality
    W3: People, Place, Things: Discover What You Know
  • KMExpo ’98, October 15, 1998, Chicago, Illinois, USA
  • KMExpo ’97, October 17, 1997, Chicago, Illinois, USA

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