[unrev-II] KM Standards Meeting - Jan 8, 2002

From: Rod Welch (rowelch@attglobal.net)
Date: Fri Dec 28 2001 - 09:24:06 PST

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    Note further from Ed's letter that KMCI is focusing on Cognitive Science, called
    out by Peter Drucker, reviewed on 991025. Will be interesting to see how they
    address the "information" to "knowledge" issue.



    "Garold (Gary) L. Johnson" wrote:
    > The fact that there is standards work going on in KM might be of interest.
    > Thanks,
    > Garold (Gary) L. Johnson
    > -----Original Message-----
    > From: metainnovation [mailto:edward-swanstrom@gkec.org]
    > Sent: Thursday, December 27, 2001 11:41 AM
    > To: Knowledge-Management-Systems@yahoogroups.com
    > Subject: [Knowledge-Management-Systems] Next ANSI KM Standards Meeting - Jan
    > 8, 2002
    > This is a general announcement for the GKEC/ANSI KM Standards meeting
    > January 8th, 2002 in New Jersey.
    > The highlight of the last standards meeting (held December 17, 2001)
    > was the decision for General Knowledge Management and Emergency
    > Knowledge Management standards to be cognitive science-based. What
    > this means is - all procedural and protocol standards must be
    > validated by a similar process used in cognitive psychology and
    > cognitive neuroscience. GKEC is collaborating with the Cognitive
    > Science community via the Cognitive Science Institute at the
    > University of Arizona to develop these procedures. These procedures
    > will be presented at the New Jersey meeting.
    > An addition to the published agenda is a discussion about GKEC
    > becoming the US ISO/TAG administrator for Emergency Knowledge
    > Standards in Civil Defense. Starting January, GKEC will begin
    > developing International Standards for Emergency Knowledge Management
    > in partnership with all materially impacted organizations in relation
    > to mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery for natural and
    > man-made disasters.
    > Please join us for the Global Knowledge Economics Council (GKEC) ANSI
    > KM STANDARDS MEETING for General KM and Emergency Knowledge Tuesday,
    > January 8, 2002 in Woodcliff Lake, NJ. The meeting is cosponsored by
    > the Volunteer Organization of Certified Knowledge Managers (VOCKM).
    > Agenda is posted at:
    > http://www.gkec.org/meetings/SponsoredMeetings_112801.htm
    > This meeting is supported by Ingersoll-Rand Company.
    > Secure online registration is now open:
    > https://www.metainnovation.com/reg_pages/rt_reg.asp
    > The fee will be applied to GKEC ISO/ANSI KM Standards Program
    > expenses.
    > The GKEC is in the final stage of the American National Standards
    > Institute (ANSI) process for accreditation as an American National
    > Standards Developer for KM Standards (accreditation will occur before
    > December 31, 2001).
    > The following people have volunteered to help work on the ANSI KM
    > Standards Draft Documents:
    > Karl Wiig, Knowledge Research Institute
    > Margaret Campbell, Siemens
    > Jim Coogan, Boeing
    > Lorrie Sivich, Boeing
    > David Fraser, Xerox Connect
    > Craig Moore, Xerox Connect
    > Nick Rafanello, Xerox Connect
    > Raul Mejorando, Lucent
    > Meg Karakekes, University of Texas
    > Edward Swanstrom, GKEC/VOCKM
    > Maria Cowdin, Ingersoll-Rand
    > Scott Allen, Mongoose Technology
    > Kathleen Dion, Cap Gemini Ernst & Young
    > Harry Tobin, PricewaterhouseCoopers
    > Lim Eileen, Ministry of Home Affairs, Singapore
    > M.S. Sivakumar, KPMG
    > Palmer Mark, PeopleWerx Incorporated
    > Richard Gerber, Department of Communications, South Africa Klaus
    > Vaupel, European Knowledge Economics Council David Drimer,
    > LexisNexis Vince Polito, Independent Consultant Francesco Lee,
    > Xross Labs James Maskery, Cisco Systems Musleh Hakki Carolyn Hohne,
    > Hohne Consulting Scott D. Anderson, Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co.
    > Patricia Locke, Cisco Systems John Eley, former FEMA Jule Marine,
    > Retired FEMA Lawrence Wasserman, Independent Consultant Niels-Jørgen
    > Aagaard, COWI A/S, Denmark
    > Thank you,
    > Edward Swanstrom
    > Secretary-General
    > Global Knowledge Economics Council
    > Executive Director
    > VOCKM
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