Call For Speakers

Next Level Knowledge Sharing with Entrepreneurial Talent & Tools

Submissions are now closed

Join the conversation of speakers and colleagues at KMWorld 2018 and share your experience and techniques for getting “Next Level Knowledge Sharing with Entrepreneurial Talent & Tools” to work in your organization for exceptional knowledge sharing, innovation, and success.

With the amazing range of entrepreneurs and technology in our world today, organizations are entering a new level of knowledge sharing. KMWorld 2018 looks at the impact of innovative techniques and tools in many different communities, including government, business, military, law, medical, non-profit and more. People are at the core of knowledge sharing; the key to high functioning organizations, along with all types of thinking, design, customer-focused service, complexity, and more. And supporting technologies – collaborative, cognitive computing, AI -- are evolving and enabling incredible strides in knowledge sharing, decision making, and satisfying customers. The theme of KMWorld 2018, our 22nd annual event, Next Level Knowledge Sharing with Entrepreneurial Talent & Tools, focuses on culture, people processes, different types of thinking and technologies supporting organizations as they excel in their industries. See how organizations are embracing new technologies and innovative practices by enabling their talented workforce, experimenting, taking risks and learning from failures.

KMWorld and its co-located events Taxonomy Boot Camp, Enterprise Search & Discovery, Text Analytics Forum, and the new Office 365 Symposium, showcase organizations who have creative digital solutions for their future, are allowing experimental and risk taking processes to inform their practices, have made solid progress in changing the culture of their enterprises, and know how to utilize technology in practical and useful ways to charge forward in their industries.

Speaking Topics

KMWorld 2018 is seeking experienced knowledge, content, search, and enterprise experts who can provide practical, hands-on information, case studies, and instruction that will maximize the value of the conference attendees’ technological investments. We want to share new and creative ideas for sharing knowledge, maximizing collaboration, fostering learning and innovation, building talent and a knowledge sharing culture, as well as content and other resources in open, diverse, agile, and networked organizations.

Speaking topics this year will include (but are not be limited to) the strategic, technical, cultural, and managerial issues surrounding:

  • Entrepreneurial Techniques & Practices for Organizations
  • Creative Techniques to Facilitate Change
  • Strategies & Processes for Changing Organizational Culture
  • Building Collaborative Organizations
  • Harnessing Leading Edge Tech for Knowledge Sharing
  • Agile Processes for Knowledge-Driven Organizations
  • Innovation: Strategies and Case Studies
  • Knowledge Sharing Tools & Techniques
  • Enabling Technologies for the Mobile Worker
  • eGovernment KM Strategies and Applications
  • Digital Workspaces for Maximum Efficiency
  • eLearning Strategies and Case Studies
  • Communication and Intranet Practices for Knowledge Exchange
  • Sharing & Applying Knowledge for Enterprise Success
  • Fostering Know-How and Learning
  • Creating Networked Organizations
  • The Enterprise of the Future
  • Getting the Most Out of SharePoint
  • KM 2020 – New Tools and Practices
  • Crowdsourcing and Knowledge Sharing
  • Maximizing Human Capital
  • Collaborative Techniques and Improving Knowledge Flows
  • Social Media Strategies & Techniques
  • Achieving Enterprise ROI/Knowledge-Driven Strategies
  • Leading-Edge Enterprise Tools and Practices

How to Submit a Proposal to Speak

To participate in KMWorld 2018 as a possible speaker or workshop leader, or suggest a speaker, please post your submission has been extended to no later than April 29, 2018, here

Submissions must include a proposed title and description of the session, speakers’ and co-presenter’s name/s and full contact information, a few sentences of biographical information relating the speaker to the topic. All submissions will be reviewed by the Organizing/Review Committee and notification regarding acceptance will be made in June.

Conference Program Chairs

Jane Dysart, KMWorld Program Director & Chair
Dysart & Jones Associates

Marydee Ojala, Enterprise Search & Discovery Program Chair
Editor-in-Chief, OnlineSearcher

Stephanie Lemieux, Taxonomy Boot Camp Program Chair,
Dovecot Studio

The Real Story Group, Office 365 Symposium Chair

Tom Reamy, Text Analytics Forum Chair,

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