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© 2007 Outsell, Inc. All rights reserved. Overview: KM and CI in Information Management Special Libraries Association Denver, Colorado June 6, 2007 Joanne Lustig Vice President & Lead Analyst email@example.com
2 2 KM – Unstable in IM Source: Outsells Information Market and Users Database © 2007 Outsell, Inc. Reproduction strictly prohibited
3 3 Content Domains 83% 51% 36% 31% 26% 23% Source: Outsells Information Market and Users Database © 2007 Outsell, Inc. Reproduction strictly prohibited
4 4 Information asset management Best practices/lessons learned Integrated portals Digitized collections Expert databases Key Areas of Focus
5 5 KM in Government
6 6 Collaboration Communities of Practice Social bookmarking Wikis Key Areas of Focus
7 7 Bookmarking at Lucent Source: http://www.urlgreyhot.com/personal/node/2463
8 8 CI – Holding Its Own Source: Outsells Information Market and Users Database © 2007 Outsell, Inc. Reproduction strictly prohibited
9 9 Shifting Priorities External content Customized products Physical library Analysis Consulting
10 Competitor Information: Users Biggest Unmet Need Marketing R&D Executive Management Sales
11 Government Gap: Private Company Information
12 #1 Put info on the desktop #2 Locate information and experts #3 Provide competitive intelligence Most Valuable Roles
13 Opportunity Abounds!
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