One of the most challenging aspects of modern businesses is their ability to leverage and maximize their knowledge assets in a timely and meaningful manner. Against the backdrop of ever-increasing complexity in a competitive business environment, this challenge may be one of the key differentiator between market winners and losers.
What are the components of knowledge management?
What are the some of the key challenges facing businesses in that arena?
What are some of the proven approaches?
What do businesses do to tackle the flood of data from new media?
What are some of the state-of-the-art solutions and exciting development in that space?
Which vendors are the leaders in that area?
This presentation will discuss two case studies using Microsoft SharePoint. Both represent scenarios that replaced complex and confusing and inefficient processes with solutions that enabled the organization to better control of its processes as well as gain valuable insight into corporate knowledge.
About the Speaker
Hal Hayes is a Managing Consultant with Excella Consulting. He is a frequent speaker on emerging technologies and development strategies. Hal is also active in the developer user group community, including founding and leading one of the oldest Microsoft technology groups in the Metro DC area (CAPAREA.Net). He currently runs the Northern Virginia CodeCamp (NovaCodeCamp.org) organization that provides a free single-day developer conference biannually. Hal has led both large and small team development for both Federal (US Marine Corps, US Navy, National Institute of Health, Department of State, and Department of Defense) and commercial ventures. Hal is a Naval Flight Officer and Naval Reserve Commander, retired, and has served at the Office of Naval Research, Naval Research Laboratory, and Center for Joint Warfare Analysis. He holds degrees from the University of Virginia and Old Dominion University.
When & Where
Capital Technology Management Hub
CTMH is a networking organization for technology management professionals in the Washington metropolitan area. Founded and run by alumni of the Technology Management Master program at George Mason University, CTMH provides a forum where professionals can effectively network, learn, recruit, and search for new career opportunities. Technology Management professionals can have a wide variety of roles but in essence they design, implement, support, or manage technology and are decision-makers or decision-influencers in their respective organizations.
CTMH vision is creating of a network of professional where technology management talent is discovered and developed and where good business ideas are encouraged and supported.
CTMH mission is to provide a forum for technology management professionals operating in the public and private sector to network, recruit, learn, and share information so to increase their knowledge on products, trends, challenges, and opportunities in the technology management field.