The Lausanne roundtables are held either at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) or at Business School Lausanne (BSL).
The organizers are Gil Regev and Véronique Sikora
The round tables are held from 18:00 to 20:00 on selected Thursdays three to four times a year. Free refreshments are served starting at 17:30.
The round tables are informal meetings designed to bring together people who share an interest in knowledge management, organizational development and change, and related disciplines. All round tables are free to attend.There are no long presentations and note taking; only networking and discussions. These kinds of discussions are called Knowledge Cafes.
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The languages of the event are English and French.
SKMF Knowledge Management Round Table in Lausanne, Switzerland
Subject: Knowledge flows
Presenter: Frank Leistner
Subject: Does Ethics hamper or foster innovation?
Presenter: Prof. Ganesh Nathan
Subject: Knowledge Management processes in Virtual Teams
Presenter: Dr. Deasún Ó Conchúir
Subject: Web Social Tagging
Presenter: Vittorio Mischi
Subject: MindMaps and Knowledge Management
Presenter: Pierre Cattin, Economiste d'entreprise / formateur HEP, 4uVIP.com
Subject: Experiment creating the knowledge required for designing a customer-oriented website
Subject: Improving Requirements Engineering in Dynamic Environments
Subject: The art and science of building knowledge with LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY™
Collecting and mining the knowledge created in meetingsSummary
Subject: How could we organize and use a knowledge database in order to resolve incidents efficiently?
Presenter: Alain Mageux IT Service Management Senior Consultant at Itecor and member of the board itSMF Swiss ChapterSummary
Service desks and Incident Management have been put into place in many small and large organizations. They typically manage several knowledge bases that contain user requests, incidents, problems etc. Information is continually added into these knowledge bases but it is rarely used efficiently. It is assumed that this is because this information is too generic and therefore is of little benefit and use to other service management actors. Better input classification is thought to be necessary to make these knowledge bases more usable. In this round table we will explore different techniques to make this happen.
Subject: Planning a website migration
Subject: Personal Knowledge Management
Presenter: Pascal Sartoretti
Subject: From WWW to GGG, the promises of the semantic web
Presenter: François-Régis Chaumartin
Subject: Theory and practice of contextual knowledge
Presenter: Don Gause
Subject: Knowledge Transfer for the next Euro Foot
Presenter: Bettina Wiskott
Subject: impact of Web 2.0 on knowledge work
Subject: Knowledge Management and Business Processes, how they influence each other.
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