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October 16 - 17, 2012
Renaissance Washington, DC Hotel Washington, DC
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Knowledge Team Director
Procurement & Analytic Solutions
Helen Clegg is Knowledge Team Director in A.T. Kearney’s Procurement & Analytic Solutions unit, where she develops knowledge-sharing solutions for procurement content and moderates a successful podcast series.
Helen has presented at KM World “From Know How to Know Now : Using Collaborative Tools to Move From Knowledge Management to Knowledge Enablement” , Online Information
“The Writing’s on the Wall : Using Social Media Techniques to Share Knowledge in a Corporate Environment”,
Online Exhibition Master Class “Proven Strategies for Sourcing Information Products”, London Metropolitan University “Knowledge Management, Culture and Change”, the Green Economics Institute “Women in Business : How to Survive and Prosper” and Internet Librarian International
“Grass roots researching : Using external sources of information to understand your marketplace”. She was a recent FreePint webinar panelist in “Tend Your Garden – Influencing Your Stakeholders and Making Your Organization Look Good” and has contributed to the SLA Europe podcast series “Building an Effective Knowledge Culture”. Helen is a regular guest speaker at the London School of Business & Finance and the Grenoble Graduate School of Management. In May 2012, Helen co-presented a paper at the Global MAKE Knowledge Management Conference in Brazil.
Helen’s professional experience includes working for international management consultancies and Fortune 500 B2B companies. She holds a B.A. (Honors) in French and German, a Masters in Library and Information Studies, a Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing and a Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Business.
Email Helen at Helen.email@example.com and follow her on Twitter @HClegg.
Taxonomy Boot Camp 2012
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
1:00 p.m - 2:15 p.m
ENTERPRISE TAXONOMIES IN ACTION
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