I am going to give a presentation – “Building Sustainable Knowledge Management Programs” to the KM Group at Parsons Brinkerhoff in Denver.
I will be chairing a panel discussion during the International Conference of Information Systems (Las Vegas) on Information Systems Research that Really Matters: Moving Beyond the Rigor and Relevance Debate. Panel members are: Rick Watson (University of Georgia), Bob Galliers (Bentley College and London School of Economics), Omar El Sawy (University of Southern California), and […]
I will be spending the next few days writing a research report along with my colleagues from the American Productivity and Quality Center, in Houston, Texas. We just finished our data collection and data analysis phases of our research project, “Leveraging Knowledge Across the Value Chain”.
I passed the defense! Now, I move on to the next phase – life as a professor.Cheers!
I will be attending the Edge Project Research Workshop at the Naval Postgraduate School, in Monterey, CA (Dec 9, 2005)
I am going to defend my thesis on the 21st of November!Hopefully, there will be good news to report after that.
An interesting quote on the business of intelligence: Consider the following statement from a classic Spy movie and novel by John Le Carre, The Spy Who Came in From the Cold, this was the statement made by Control (the handler) to Leamas (his agent) in the context of the cold war operations, “Our work is […]
Managing Sources of Intelligence (Information)Many sources used by organizations lack credibility, are never verified, or are outdated and yet are nevertheless used. Under such circumstances, other problems will inevitably ensue. In the case of the efforts leading up to the War in Iraq, members of the US government (one organization) had different opinions on the […]
Some thoughts on a book that I am working (ok. thinking about working on) Unless an organization is able to effectively understand and manage intelligence, it flirts with the condition of predictive extinction, i.e., the deliberate inattention to conditions of vital importance which invariably destroys, in part or whole, the form and function of an […]
Constructing Intelligent Actions: Calibrating of actions based on incomplete and ambiguous information is never an easy proposition, in the context of intelligence management we also need to add the time pressure element. Intelligence operations are understandably secretive, for a private organization such work is secretive from one’s competitors for national governments it is against their […]