KM World and Enterprise Search Summit 2010 are around the corner. It is one of the longest running shows in the business event world. It is both a testament to the long running nature of knowledge management and the value these combined events bring to that movement and enterprise IT in general. I am looking forward to attending this event as i did last year. It will be held at the Renaissance Washington DC hotel. There is another great line up of speakers. I will be writing about many of the session on this blog.
I am also pleased to be speaking on Facilitating Content Discovery Using Chaos Theory as part of theKnowledge Showcase. My session is from 12:30 to 12:45 on Thursday. They are taking place at the KM Corner in the conference Showcase, these presentations cover a range of topics & subject areas. Here is the session description.
“The presentation provides a practical application of chaos theory for creating useful content focal points from the chaotic mess of content resources distributed across the web. Several examples will be provided, both from the internet, where socially generated content is exploding, and from the enterprise, where social tools are contributing to content bloat. The examples illustrate how activity can make information more discoverable and easier to explore through various visualization techniques.”