Please join us for our monthly Taxonomy Community of Practice Call. This month's topic is Taxonomy for Portals.
Date: Wednesday, June 3, 2009
Time: 1:00 - 2:00 Eastern Time
For additional details, visit: http://earley.com/_June2009.asp
To register, please contact Rebecca Allen at email@example.com or call direct 425-299-5400
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Taxonomy for Portals Session Description
All aspects of portal development can benefit from taxonomy principles. Portals are used to organize, distribute and facilitate connections to information or people within an organization. This session will describe the concept, approach and tools required to apply taxonomy dynamically to create portal applications that meet user requirements. The objective is to show how taxonomy can be used to provide a rich and access framework for search, navigation, transaction and browsing content. After a brief overview from Ralph Poole, Giovanni Piazza will describe how taxonomy is used to create access to all content within the enterprise. Interestingly, Ernst & Young's portal is entirely driven by personal profiles and taxonomy.
Ralph Poole, Senior Consultant, Earley & Associates
Ralph is a respected business leader and accomplished executive. He has extensive experience leading Knowledge Management, Technology Implementation, Information Architecture, and consulting projects in global companies. He held senior executive positions in four of the world's premier management consulting and IT consulting firms: Boston Consulting Group, Bain & Company, Ernst &Young LLP, and Capgemini (a French IT consultancy). In this capacity, Ralph built multidisciplinary teams across several continents and was responsible for radically improving global learning and development, knowledge management and intranet application environments.
Giovanni Piazza, Chief Knowledge Officer, Ernst & Young
Currently a Global Director with the Center for Business Knowledge at Ernst & Young LLP, Giovanni Piazza is responsible for the architecture, design and implementation of KnowledgeWeb, the Ernst & Young comprehensive Knowledge Sharing family of tools, processes and architectures. He is also responsible for The EY Home Page, the firm global intranet, as well as the Enterprise Search program, the User Experience program and the Taxonomy and Metadata Management Program. Leveraging diverse architectures and platforms, KWeb, The EY Home Page and the Enterprise Search cover all Knowledge and Content Management processes (contribution, filtering, storage, in context and out of context retrieval, tool based retrieval).
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