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Introduction to Knowledge Exploitation

Introduction to Knowledge Exploitation

Yep.  It’s a pretty incendiary title and I can’t take the credit as my colleague Trevor Carlow invented the term.  But I love it because exploitation is a word I usually detest.  I generally have extreme distaste for exploitation of people, resources,  and of other’s ideas.  I love exploration and proper utilization of resources so Knowledge Exploitation does trigger me to think how to explore knowledge and utilize it more efficiently.

Way to go Trevor on a term that makes us think.

Lots of conversation over in the Coffee Corner and Suggestion Forums around the topic of Search, enhanced knowledge exploration,  enhanced return sets on parameters, so what better way to expand the conversation than to pull in the experts.

SAP Inside Track Session on Metadata and Taxonomies

We have our own in our team, although she is usually very modest and quiet.  Her name is Christine Merten and she together with Trevor Carlow have agreed to offer a session for SAP Inside Track NSQ on the following topics:

  1. Introduction to Knowledge Exploitation
  2. Basics of taxonomies, and SCN
  3. Demo of the Future of Search
  4. Open discussion



(Christine Merten pictured above receiving an MVP award from our organization with SCN Editor-in-Chief, Keith Elliot on her left and to her right, SCN VP  COO Chip Rodgers)

In Christine’s words that open discussion will be :

“about findability and search on the SCN site. We’ll talk about the basics of metadata and taxonomies and how they relate to search, as well as give a sneak peek at the new search application we’ve been working on”

So for those lucky enough to be attending the NSQ SAP Inside Track tomorrow, welcome. Virtual attendance is also encouraged.

See  details On Rich’s SAP Inside Track Newtown Square – Final Update. Virtual Signup here.

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