World Leading Hi-Tech Research Defining World Leading Risk Management & Risk Analytics Practices
Projects Goldman Sachs JP Morgan Wall Street Hedge Funds Princeton Quant Presentations Model Risk Management SR11-7 & OCC2011-12
Research Future of Finance Bayesian vs. VaR Markov Chain Monte Carlo Models Cyber Finance Future of Risk Cyber Risk Bitcoin Protocol
Current Research Projects at www.FinRM.org. Below: Historical Archive of Prior Research, Intelligence, and, Analysis Tools.
The KM-CBK™ is presented herein in the form of seminars prepared by Dr. Yogesh Malhotra, Founder of the Global Risk Management Network, for teaching Executives and MBAs at various programs including Carnegie Mellon and Kellogg. The seminars are presented as slide shows in about the same order in which they were delivered. Most key aspects of KM are addressed from the business and technology perspectives. Key concepts are explained and illustrated with real world examples and applications. Pragmatic focus helps in understanding the inter-relationships between those concepts. The focus is on real world applied understanding with the aid of industry cases and real examples. As the integrative framework is crucial for understanding the subtle but important distinctions buried in diverse semantic debates, its key elements are visible across seminars. Review those for reinforcement and understanding or skip as you may please.
More in-depth understanding of underlying theory and research can be gained in published articles available in www.KMBook.com and www.KMNetwork.com. If you have further questions about what you study in the seminars or need help, feel free to communicate with other community members in the Global Network.
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Knowledge Management for Business Peformance Seminar Overview Knowledge Management for Business Performance 2000 Seminars Seminar 1 Knowledge Management for the Digital Economy Seminar 2 Business Performance, Innovation, and Knowledge Markets Seminar 3 Beyond BPR: From Information to Knowledge to Action Seminar 4 10 Steps and 4 Phases of KM Road Map & Case Studies Seminar 5 Knowledge Transfers, Knowledge Exchanges and Flows Seminar 6 Knowledge Management for the Digital Economy Seminar 7 Role of Information Technologies in Knowledge Management Seminar 8 Knowledge Management Projects, Performance, and, Success Seminars 9 & 10 KM System, KM Architecture, KM Repositories, KM Applications More on Seminars 9 & 10 KM System, KM Architecture, KM Repositories, KM Applications Seminar 11 KM Development & Deployment / CKO Roles & Responsibilities Seminar 12 Structured Process for Building a KM Program and a Road Map Seminar 13 Managing Change, Culture, and Rewards: Role of CKO Seminars that include significant updates only are listed under 2002 Seminars 2002 Seminars Seminar 1 Knowledge Management for the Digital Economy More on Seminar 1 Knowledge, Action, and Peformance; Industry Surveys Seminar 2 Promise & Challenge of Knowledge Markets; Trust in K-Markets More on Seminar 2 KM, Strategy, & Marketing; More on Knowledge Markets Seminar 3 Knowledge Generation: Strategy, Technology, and Implementation Seminar 4 Knowledge Codification & Coordination: Strategy & Implementation Seminar 5 Knowledge Transfer: Strategy & Implementation More on Seminar 5 Knowledge Transfer: Enabling Technologies & Performance Gaps Seminar 6 Knowledge Workers, Managers, CKOs: Filling Performance Gaps Seminar 7 What KM Technologies Can Accomplish AND What they Can't Seminar 8 KM Projects and Knowledge Audit: What Works & What Doesn't Seminar 9 Pragmatics of KM: Where to Start and How to Get it Done