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Three types of KM | Harold Jarche

Three types of KM | Harold Jarche | Metadata | Scoop.it

"PKM is what individuals practice in order to fully participate in Little KM. I would say that PKM is the most important to keep organizational learning alive. Individuals who are actively engaged in their sense-making will likely be more participative in Little KM, and their sharing (as in Seek-Sense-Share) will contribute to Big KM. Imagine an organization where everyone blogs professionally. It would be very easy for an organizational curator to weave together the narrative threads from all employees, thus feeding into a Big KM system."


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I agree with Harold's  definitions of knowledge suppliers and knoweldge users.  This is very helpful as I apply these concepts to Six Sigma problem solving.   In a SIPOC, you map the suppliers and customers (users) in each process step. In knowledge intensive processes the inputs and outputs of a process are knowledge represented in the artifacts produced during the process.  In most cases people talk to each other as they hand off content making ensuring a rich exchange of experience.

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Howard Rheingold's curator insight, September 3, 2013 4:41 PM

Harold Jarche knows his stuff. "Knowledge management" has a bad name in some quarters because it was misused to hype clunky software that nobody wanted to use. Yet KM is an essential description of what organizations, networks, institutions, communities do well or badly, and PKM -- personal knowledge management -- is one of the most essential practices for those who want to learn how to swim, not just how to keep from drowning in the info-flood. Imagine a group in which everyone blogs every day about what they are learning, everyone subscribes to the blogs that interest them and a random couple that are automatically thrown into their feed dashboard, and everyone likes, favorites, comments. Collective intelligence might not automatically emerge, but smart facilitation and tuning of such a process could pay off.

roberto gilli's curator insight, September 18, 2013 3:54 AM

KM is related to talking objects and talking places. When an object (or a place) is designed to dialogue with the user you have to creare a Knowledge Base. Design a dialogue is always a build-observe-change feedback loop.

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Code as a research object: (new phase) standardizing software metadata « Another Word For It

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Software code needs to be found too, so it is good to see efforts that apply metadata to scientific software.  There is certainly room for standardizing practices for code reuse and citation.

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Spying On Celebrities: NYC Taxi Metadata Exposes Celeb Locations And Strip Club Clients

Spying On Celebrities: NYC Taxi Metadata Exposes Celeb Locations And Strip Club Clients | Metadata | Scoop.it
No privacy: Publicly available info about NYC taxis shows how seemingly anonymous metadata can be used to track individuals.
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Metadata is so powerful that by combining several different observations you can accurately track individuals eliminating any thought of privacy.

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Decibel Music Systems Ltd. » What’s In A Name: The Importance of Organising Our Metadata | Deep Music Discovery

Decibel Music Systems Ltd. » What’s In A Name: The Importance of Organising Our Metadata | Deep Music Discovery | Metadata | Scoop.it
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In order to create value from digital music quality metadata is essential.  This article explores the importance of metadata.

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FBI Can’t Find Files After Spending $550M to Digitize Them

FBI Can’t Find Files After Spending $550M to Digitize Them | Metadata | Scoop.it
Fumbling with computerized case-management system leaves less time for investigations, IG says.
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Is this a metadata problem or a search engine problem?  Probably both.

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What You May Have Missed

What You May Have Missed | Metadata | Scoop.it
1. Here’s an interesting perspective from a CTO on why metadata matters. 2. By September 30th, California Governor Jerry Brown will either veto or sign two very important bills that will protect student data and their privacy.
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this is a good summary of recent content on metadata.  I especially liked the first article on a CTO's perspective on why metadata matters

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The Future of Metadata and the Roles of the Metadata Professional

The Future of Metadata and the Roles of the Metadata Professional | Metadata | Scoop.it
I sent in the essay below to qualify for a trip with Dr. June Abbas to the International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications, and I am excited to say that my entry was selected! The...
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"The future of metadata is one in which standards, systems, and practices are open and this knowledge is shared freely in the professional community."

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Metadata – The Information About Your Information

Metadata – The Information About Your Information | Metadata | Scoop.it
Do you care about your privacy? You should. Or are you one of those people that thinks, “I’ve got nothing to hide, so they can look at whatever they want!” Sorry, you may have something to hide and not even know it. “What?”, you ask, “I just told you I have nothing to hide. I've never done…
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The article gives you a tour of the metadata that shadows you and can be very informative about your life and relationships.  this creates all sorts of privacy issues.

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Guess What? The Key to SharePoint Success is STILL Metadata and Taxonomy

Guess What? The Key to SharePoint Success is STILL Metadata and Taxonomy | Metadata | Scoop.it
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Metadata and taxonomy are the single most important factors in a successful SharePoint 2013 implementation.

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Invest more in metadata to make more of your data | SiliconANGLE

Invest more in metadata to make more of your data | SiliconANGLE | Metadata | Scoop.it
Invest more in #metadata to make more of your #data http://t.co/IUZxyAPZHZ @SiliconANGLE
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Metadata, in many cases is more valuable that the data itself. Metadata amplifies the value of data. 

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How To Use Correlate, Google's New Data-Mining Tool, To Help Your Business

How To Use Correlate, Google's New Data-Mining Tool, To Help Your Business | Metadata | Scoop.it
With Google's new Correlate system, companies have a powerful and, free! new data-mining tool on their hands. Let us imagine the ways in which we'll...

Via Dr. Jose Lepervanche Net
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Google has  a new Data Mining tool that can be used to mine the search results from all searches since 2003. Currently it only allows you to see correlations using time and location data. We can see it hopefully growing to allow you to search for your own correlations over time with chosen keywords, to allow for more controlled searches.

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Melonee L Slocum's curator insight, April 7, 2014 11:17 AM

Wow!  This is cool!  Looked at the correlation between information literacy and education -- since 2004 the United States web search activity has dropped from +3 to -2.  What does it mean?  Take the tutorial!

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People & metadata: a love-hate relationship

People & metadata: a love-hate relationship | Metadata | Scoop.it
People enjoy the benefits of metadata, but hate assigning it. Auto classification reduces manual work and ensures high-quality metadata assignment.
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The burden of assigning metadata can be reduced by deducing metadata from the context of a document or artifact.  For example, if you know the name of a company referenced in a document,  the industry the company participates in can be deduced.  In some systems, if you know the name of the team or department that participated in the project, by default, you know the names of the individuals that comprised the team.  These data can often be imported from other enterprise systems that keep track of time spent on a project.


When metadata is collected or assigned can also reduce objections to the task.   For example, most details about a project are know when a project starts up.  People are less likely to object to collecting data at the beginning of a project because that is when many of the administrative tasks occur, so filling out a form or asking questions that can be used to tag an artifact seems natural.  Later in the project, assigning metadata seems like a non-value added task.


In addition, once metadata is collected about one document, it can be inherited by other artifacts, so people do not have to assign the same metadata to subsequent deliverables or work products.

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Netflix Teaches Us the Grammar of Big Data | DataHive Consulting

Netflix Teaches Us the Grammar of Big Data | DataHive Consulting | Metadata | Scoop.it
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Netflix has applied 76,897 microgenres to its catalog of movies in order to make sense of its collection and to enable analysis customer's preferences.  Applying metadata differentiates NetFlix's offering and shows the way for other companies to use big data to their advantage.  The author discusses how Netflix will be able to combine video identification, video viewing analytics, video sentiment and video content analysis.

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The Perfect Mix: Gracenote and Tribune Media Services - YouTube

Tribune Media Services is now Gracenote. One team, one brand and a single, unified vision to be the leading provider of music and TV data, everywhere. The br...
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Here is a metadata pure play in the media industry.  The video explains the logic and the companies success.

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How Lingospot is Using Metadata to Improve TV Viewing - Lost Remote

How Lingospot is Using Metadata to Improve TV Viewing - Lost Remote | Metadata | Scoop.it
How Lingospot is Using Metadata to Improve TV Viewing
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Since so many new product offerings involve adding value to information, metadata and analytics becoming the foundation for innovation.  Lingospot extracts metadata from TV content by using natural language processing tools to understand the content.

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Metadata Management in the Data Lake - International Blog

Metadata Management in the Data Lake - International Blog | Metadata | Scoop.it
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This article explores what makes a "data lake" valuable. Not surprisingly, it is metadata.

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Music Metadata Man: Interview with Evan Stein, CEO of Decibel Music Systems

Music Metadata Man: Interview with Evan Stein, CEO of Decibel Music Systems | Metadata | Scoop.it

Click me In a time where it’s so easy to get information, the important thing to consider is what information do you want to get. We are often bombarded by a lot of information...

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Entire businesses are being formed around collecting and distributing metadata.  Evan Stein says: "It turns out that when you put the information inside the computer, you can do things with it that you wouldn’t be able to do before. So the product we’re working on now is much better than the one I had imagined at the beginning."

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Researchers use ‘Big Data’ approach to map the relationships between human and animal diseases - BBSRC

Researchers use ‘Big Data’ approach to map the relationships between human and animal diseases - BBSRC | Metadata | Scoop.it
Researchers at the University of Liverpool are building the world’s most comprehensive database describing human and animal pathogens, which can be used to prevent and tackle disease outbreaks around the globe.
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Using metadata, text mining and other big data analytic techniques, researchers at the University of Liverpool mapped the relationships between human and human and animal disease.

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High Accuracy Metadata

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Ashley Faith presents a very compelling story about how she has applied machine learning to categorize content.  Lots of work is required to clean the data, assemble a data set, and tune it up, but she is getting 95% accuracy.

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History of Metadata - Infographic

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The history of metadata brought to life in an infographic.

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3 Rules for Using Metadata in Litigation

3 Rules for Using Metadata in Litigation | Metadata | Scoop.it
As our reliance on metadata in e-discovery grows, it becomes more important to understand how metadata works and what effects user actions can have on it.
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Document metadata can provide critical insight into when documents were created, copied and exchanged which may provide critical information in analyzing chain of custody and other data essential to eDiscovery.

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Synercon.co » Understanding Metadata

Synercon.co » Understanding Metadata | Metadata | Scoop.it
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The post "Understanding Metadata" provides a very good definition of metadata.  Descriptive metadata is data that is added to make content easier to find, administrative metadata makes content easier to manage and structural metadata makes content easier to use because it provides information on how the document is structured.

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4 Things to Know About SharePoint Metadata - CMSWire

4 Things to Know About SharePoint Metadata - CMSWire | Metadata | Scoop.it
4 Things to Know About SharePoint Metadata CMSWire Nearly 30 percent of organizations are still using SharePoint 2007, only 34 percent of organizations have turned to Office 365 and very few organizations have information governance strategies in...
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My impression is that SharePoint 2013 is being well received in the  market and improvements in metadata management via the term store are overdue.   I  think that we will see greater adoption of autocategorization technologies like Smartlogic because with the volume of content be created in organizations it is too costly to have individuals apply tags to content.

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Practical introduction to microdata and Schema.org

Practical introduction to microdata and Schema.org | Metadata | Scoop.it
Websites leverage microdata and Schema.org properties to generate web traffic. Part I in a series about the significance of web scale metadata to libraries. Continue reading →
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Microdata is making it easier for search engines to ingest and understand metadata presented on webpages.  This is the first part of a series that introduces the concepts associated with microdata.

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Four Challenges in Taxonomy Management

Four Challenges in Taxonomy Management | Metadata | Scoop.it
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Managing taxonomy is fraught with challenges.  Ensuring the value of a taxonomy as a means to enable the findablity of content, requires a constant dialog with users and an exhaustive understanding of the content being classified.  In this article, the author explores four of the challenges that make taxonomies management difficult: planning, implementation, synchronization across content stores and introduction of new terms.

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