by Gil Regev, BC 112, 36790 â€” last modified 2009-07-17 13:50
Subject: Collecting and mining the knowledge created in meetings
Christine Perey, PEREY Research & Consulting,
Dr. Deasún Ó Conchúir, Scatterwork,
Vincenzo Pallotta, Webster University, Geneva,
The knowledge developed for and shared in meetings has yet to be widely used to improve corporate efficiency. How can technology help? There are legal, financial, sociological, technical and practical aspects to be considered. Benefits of attending this Round Table include:
1. A framework for thinking about how meetings could be made into more valuable knowledge and how productivity during meetings can be increased.2. Discuss topics related to the knowledge contained in meetings and how the use of technology may change meetings (their content, how people prepare for meetings and how people think about meetings as knowledge)
3. See examples of current commercial meeting capture technologies and possibly pre-commercial examples (research prototypes) in this area.