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Distance Learning Workshop 5: Knowledge Management Methodology: K-STREAM and Its Core Tools, Part 3 and Wrap-up
KM Strategies are implemented through Policies, Programs, and Projects, using techniques and tools. Such implementations are done best when they are done systematically. This workshop is the third of three focused on K-STREAM (tm), KMCI's methodology for implementing KM Programs and Projects, and also its core tools.
The Workshop will cover: Tool Presentation on The Hyperwave Suite and Portal
Software; K-STREAM Phase 3: The Construction Phase; recap of K-STREAM Baseline
and Phases 1- 3; Exercise 3: Performing the Construction Phase; K-STREAM Phase
4: the Transition Phase; K-STREAM Phase 5: The Maintenance Phase; Knowledge
Claim Dynamics as a basis for Impact Analysis; and Wrap-up: What Have We Covered
and What Are the Implications for your organization.
The Workshop Syllabus is available here.
The Workshop is taught by Joseph M. Firestone, Ph.D. Dr. Firestone's credentials are available here.
Text and other materials for the workshop include:
Joseph M. Firestone, Enterprise Information Portals and Knowledge Management, Burlington, MA: KMCI Press/Butterworth-Heinemann, 2003
The Green Mountain Manufacturing KM case and hands-on exercises. (.pdf)
The KMCI K-STREAM(TM) Methodology Baseline (.pdf file listing the steps in K-STREAM(TM))
An ExpertChoice Trial License (see www. expertchoice.com)
The Business Process Performance Template (a KMCI Model applying ExpertChoice) and a no-cost license to use this ExpertChoice template in perpetuity
The Open Enterprise Ontology template (a KMCI Model applying ExpertChoice) and a no-cost license to use this Expert Choice template in perpetuity.
In addition, a set of extensive course notes will be provided, and Certificates of Workshop Completion, and, where relevant, CKIM Workshop Completion will be issued upon completion of this Workshop.
The Workshop is available weekly on Tuesdays and Thursdays. You can reserve it one week or earlier from the date you want to take it. After that time, you may still be able to enroll in the Workshop, if others have already scheduled it. But if it hasn't been scheduled, you still may not be able to enroll if another workshop has been scheduled for the same day. Register here for the K-STREAM Part 3 and Wrap-up Workshop.