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Presentations

Halcyon has spoken frequently about intelligence and knowledge trends at business events in such diverse places as Amsterdam, Bilbao, Brussels, Budapest, Dubai, Hong Kong, London and Singapore.  Please see sample list below, and contact us for full listing/further details.

Event Presentation

Managing Knowledge – KM for the Practitioner

Moving towards Standards?

Benchmarking and Developing your Intranet

The portal

Strategic Planning for Internal Communication

Promoting cohesion during times of change

Benchmarking your Taxonomy System

Introductory Taxonomy workshop

The Key Components of KM

Towards Common Approaches & Standards in KM

Online Information

Can you create a standard for KM ?

Eurocomm

Corporate wisdom , not just information

Information Management

A guide to KM good practice

The 3rd KM Conference

Should there be standards in KM?

KM Asia

Using an intranet to capture tacit and explicit corporate knowledge

Benchmarking your Intranet

Presentation of the intranet

Society of Computers in Law Conference

KM presentation

Communities of Practice

KM and Language

Managing & Sharing Knowledge:

Knowledge Communities & Collaboration

Language: A Critical KM and Business Issue

Knowledge Management

Defining Good KM Practice

European Business Information Conference

Expert panel

Maximising Intranet Potential

Information Architecture: Keeping the Lifeblood Flowing