Systems Integration KM Leaders Community (SIKM Leaders)

Systems Integration KM Leaders Community (SIKM Leaders)

The Systems Integration KM Leaders Community (SIKM Leaders) is a community of Knowledge Management leaders from firms around the world. It was created in 2005 by Stan Garfield for Systems Integration and Consulting firms, but soon expanded to include all Knowledge Management leaders. The goal is to share experiences and insights on implementing Knowledge Management programs.

Stan, who is still leading the community, was Community Evangelist at Deloitte Global Knowledge Services and Worldwide Knowledge Management Lead at Hewlett Packard and Compaq Computer Corp. He is now retired, acting as author, speaker and community leader in the field of Knowledge Management.

The Systems Integration KM Leaders Community offers the following Knowledge Management education and training opportunities:

Chapters

Meetings

  • Monthly SIKM Leaders Community Calls
    List of Community Calls
    Usually on the third Tuesday of the month; Meeting platform; Member access to schedule w. links to past calls’ follow-ups (incl. slides, recordings, etc.); Since 2017 supported by Susan Ostreicher

  • Chapter meetings
    List of Meetings
  • Get-togethers @ KM events (mainly at KMWorld conference)
    • 11th SIKM Leaders Community Dinner at KMWorld, Nov 6, 2019 (Orga: Sue Hanley, Arno Boersma, Neesham Spitzberg)
    • 10th SIKM Leaders Community Dinner at KMWorld, Nov 7, 2018 (Orga: Sue Hanley)
    • 9th SIKM Leaders Community Dinner at KMWorld, Nov 7, 2017 (Orga: Sue Hanley)
    • 8th SIKM Leaders Community Dinner at KMWorld, Nov 16, 2016 (Orga: Sue Hanley)
    • 7th SIKM Leaders Community Dinner at KMWorld, Nov 3, 2015 (Orga: Arno Boersma and Neesham Spitzberg)
    • 6th SIKM Leaders Community Dinner at KMWorld, Nov 6, 2014 (Orga: Sue Hanley)
    • 5th SIKM Leaders Community Dinner at KMWorld, Nov 6, 2013 (Orga: Sue Hanley)
    • (informal) APQC KM Conference SIKM Leaders Community Dinner, May 2, 2013
    • 4th SIKM Leaders Community Dinner at KMWorld, Oct 18, 2012 (Orga: Sue Hanley)
    • APQC KM Conference SIKM Leaders Community Dinner, Apr 26, 2012 (Orga.: Linda Hummel)
    • 3th SIKM Leaders Community Dinner at KMWorld, Nov 2, 2011 (Orga: Sue Hanley)
      (joint event with the Knowledge Management Education Forum)
    • 2nd SIKM Leaders Community Dinner at KMWorld, Nov 17, 2010 (Orga: Sue Hanley)
    • 1st SIKM Leaders Community Dinner at KMWorld, Nov 17, 2009 (Orga: Sue Hanley)
  • Group Conversations
    Latest conversations

    • February 25, 2020
      Re: KM Approaches, Components, and Specialties
      Lots of tremendous insights have been shared here and my thoughts aren't new, but, I'll offer my $0.02.In planning a new KM initiative, I believe the most important components are: Understan …
    • February 24, 2020
      Knowledge Transfer – Feedback questionnaire
      Dear All,I am a knowledge manager and one of my tasks is to establish a company wide knowledge transfer process and facilitate knowledge transfer cases. I would like to monitor the satisfaction and ad …
    • February 24, 2020
      Re: KM Approaches, Components, and Specialties
      Dear Stan,This is the eye-opening concern for KM practitioners, advocates and policymakers. In my opinion, there is no straight rule and process for KM approaches and methods but indeed we can develop …
    • February 24, 2020
      Re: KM Approaches, Components, and Specialties
      Here are responses that were posted on LinkedIn and Twitter: Samit RoyKnowledge Management & Delivery at Accenture At the core, it's always about managing people's use of knowledge; unde …
    • February 24, 2020
      Re: KM Approaches, Components, and Specialties
      Ok, I'll join the conversation. Thanks Stan, for starting this and the others for sharing your knowledge.I am a practitioner at a shipbuilding company and I am the first who is focusing on knowle …
    • February 24, 2020
      Re: KM Approaches, Components, and Specialties
      Thanks to all who have responded to this thread so far.  To those who have not yet replied, especially those members who have never posted or replied before, there are no right or wrong answers.If you …
    • February 23, 2020
      Re: KM Approaches, Components, and Specialties
      Richard,I am using the phrase “Aggregation Hierarchy” simply as a descriptor for the physical categories as noted in the diagram.  A more ambitious person (academically oriented) might want to define …
    • February 23, 2020
      Re: KM Approaches, Components, and Specialties
      Richard and John,I can see that I need to check in on this thread more often. This discussion is getting ahead of me.  First, Richard, I want to thank you for the appreciation you expressed about the …
    • February 23, 2020
      Re: KM Approaches, Components, and Specialties
      So glad to see this addition to the conversation, John. Ironically, I found that the dimension of sensemaking was perhaps the most important and the most resisted aspect of knowledge work in organizat …
    • February 23, 2020
      Re: KM Approaches, Components, and Specialties
      Thank you for this clarification John.I was interested in this: It would be interesting to see if a commercial (not academic) KM conference would entertain a panel on these ideas. It remains to be see …

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