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The e-knowledge market concept can be a powerful next generation platform for enabling Professional Associations
2. This concept is based on real world on-line business models being field tested today. (See the KIKM e-Knowledge Market Portal and Links to sites :- http://www.kikm.org/portal/page2.htm ).
3. While many of these sites are early stage experiments ( and some may fail ), nevertheless we can already envisage a future in which e-Knowledge Markets and Exchanges move beyond mere hubs and portals, to become critical and innovative gateways to Professional Association knowledge
4. It is possible today to enable the better management of knowledge, not only of the public side of Associations, but also to drive superior knowledge proficiency and performance on the inside of Associations.
5.Newer companies like our research partners www.knexa.com , www.ebrainexchange.com, www.clerity.com, and many others like them ( see "enablers" in our index ), now offer e-knowledge exchange software on an ASP basis. Cost is affordable, deployment can be rapid.
6.In Summary, we see further development, refinement and extension of e-Knowledge Market modalities as the wave of the future
How can Associations benefit From e-Knowledge Markets ?
Lower The Cost & Friction Of Knowledge Content Dissemination
Marketplace For Members To Trade Ideas, Services, Learning, Intellectual Property, Connect Members
Differentiate the Association By The Caliber of Innovation
Improve The Quality Of Knowledge Exchange
Save members Time to Answers by harnessing collective
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What we present here, are some early preliminary ideas which we intend to prove up, from conducting further empirical research. We will be updating this from time to time with additional information. Feel free to suggest a relevant link
|Knowledge Auction (e-Bay for Ideas ! )|
http://www.Knexa.com click on "communities"
|Question & Answer/Expert Exchange|
Webmasters Association and http://Experts-Exchange.com provide a service in the mutual interest of advancing the Web profession http://www.iwanet.org/experts/
|Intellectual Property Exchange|
The Business Alliance's "Knowledge Exchange"
If you thought Oregon's university professors were only interested in teaching and publishing in technical journals, you may not have visited a campus recently. Many are partnering with businesses just like yours looking for real-world solutions to manufacturing, marketing, and distribution problems. Whether your needs are small or large, the Knowledge Exchange will work to link you to resources you can use. Think of us as your one-stop university resource.Now, you can access a program that will connect you to the incredible intellectual knowledge inside Oregon's colleges and universities and get cutting-edge assistance to grow your business. Sound like a good idea? http://knowledge-exchange.org/
The National Technology Transfer Center http://www.nttc.com
The International Association of Virtual Office Assistants (IAVOA) http://www.iavoa.com/ and http://www.U4All.com
Sample News :
Story Filed: Thursday, May 17, 2001 6:59 AM EST
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., May 17, 2001 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- The Credit Union National Association (CUNA), the premier trade association representing America's credit unions and Docent, Inc. (Nasdaq:DCNT), the premier provider of integrated eLearning software, today announced CUNA will license Docent Enterprise(TM) to support the association's member credit unions nationwide. CUNA selected Docent Enterprise to enable credit union managers to assess the return on investment of their training activities.
Docent Enterprise will be available to all CUNA's affiliated credit unions, which include more than 90 percent of the 10,700 credit unions in the United States. Not only will Docent Enterprise give credit unions a means to measure the return they are getting on their employee training investment, it will also serve as a tool for member credit union managers and employees to track their progress toward training goals. Credit unions will be able to run reports to review both individual and organizational training activities. Managers, employees and volunteers will be able access online course catalogs, personal transcripts for all CUNA training activities, competency tests, and other features designed to identify the shortest path to help them meet their training goals. Eventually, transcripts will cover all training activities, not just those provided by CUNA, giving managers and employees a comprehensive picture of their training progress.
"Credit unions in the U.S. invest over $120 million annually on management, staff and volunteer training, but it can be very difficult to track all the seminars, courses and certification programs employees take part in," says Mike Miller, vice president of CUNA's Center for Professional Development. "Docent's LMS will centralize record keeping for all training and development activities in one system and give both managers and students access to their comprehensive transcripts. For the first time, managers will be able to assess the return on investment of their training activities."
"Companies are recognizing the positive impact that online learning can have on their organizations," said Mary Egan-Lorigan, senior vice president of worldwide sales at Docent. "This is an exciting opportunity for us to work with CUNA to provide their members with support for all their training programs, while leveraging the cost efficiencies of eLearning."
Docent Enterprise is the company's award-winning eLearning software platform. Typical reasons customers cite in selecting Docent Enterprise over competitive solutions include its market leadership, 100 percent web-based architecture, sophisticated content management capabilities through the Docent(TM) Content Delivery Server, ease and speed of implementation, and scalability.
With its network of affiliated state credit union leagues, Credit Union National Association serves more than 90% of America's 10,700 credit unions, which are owned by more than 80 million consumer members. Credit unions are not-for-profit cooperatives where people are worth more than money. For more information, visit http://www.cuna.org/.
About Docent, Inc.
Docent, Inc. (Nasdaq:DCNT) is the premier provider of eLearning
infrastructure and services for the enterprise and beyond. The company's
complete, integrated solutions are designed to increase revenue, cut
costs, and build competitive advantage. Docent Enterprise, its
award-winning Internet-based software platform for knowledge exchange, provides a complete
infrastructure for developing, delivering, managing, and measuring
eLearning for employees, customers, partners, and professional
communities. Docent is headquartered in Mountain View, California, with
other offices throughout the U.S., Europe, and Asia-Pacific. For more
information about the company, please visit http://www.docent.com/.
American Cancer Society Partners with Click2learne-Learning initiative will train thousands of employees and 2 million volunteers how best to enlist fellow Americans in the fight against cancer
BELLEVUE, WA, April 9, 2001 - The American Cancer Society, one of the largest and best-known advocacy organizations in the world, has selected Click2learn (NASDAQ: CLKS) for a major, nationwide e-Learning initiative.
The multi-phase e-Learning project will help the American Cancer Society (ACS) prepare thousands of employees and 2 million volunteers for the organization's "Challenge to America" campaign. The program aims to significantly reduce cancer mortality and incident rates while strengthening cancer research, prevention, and patient services programs by the year 2015.
In the first phase of development, completed on March 31, the ACS worked closely with Click2learn to launch a new training series for its 6,000 employees. The first courses, to be delivered via Click2learn's e-Learning Network, include a new employee orientation course covering the organization's history, resources and services and a primer for all employees on donation policies and procedures.
Click2learn created this custom training - titled the "Business Literacy" series - using the Rapid e-Learning Development System. ReDS is a collaborative e-Learning authoring platform with integrated project management features that is designed for large-scale learning initiatives.
Following the rollout of the initial courseware, the ACS is scheduled to adapt and expand the series into a full-scale, national learning initiative, which will be delivered to the organization's 2 million volunteers around the nation.
"Our Challenge to America campaign is a singularly ambitious mission: We seek to eliminate cancer as a major health problem. This demands much of our grassroots volunteers and our staff," said Don Gudaitis, Chief Executive Officer of the ACS New England Division. "Through e-Learning, we can better ensure all our volunteers and employees are equipped with full knowledge of our mission, and the skills to enlist America in our fight against cancer."
"One of the best ways to fight cancer is through better education," said Kevin Oakes, president and CEO of Click2learn, "and we are delighted that the ACS has chosen us as their partner. Our employees are incredibly proud to be associated with this noble cause as we do our part to help the ACS eliminate cancer as a major health problem."
American Cancer Society The American Cancer Society is the nationwide
community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating
cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives and
diminishing suffering from cancer, through research, education, advocacy
and service. For information about cancer, call toll-free anytime
1-800-ACS-2345 or visit the American Cancer Society website at www.cancer.org.
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|Community & Social Capital Exchange|
The Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS) Knowledge Exchange Network (KEN) provides information about mental health via a toll-free telephone number (800-789-2647), this web site and more than 200 publications.
CMHS developed KEN for users of mental health services and their families, the general public, policy makers, providers, and the media.
KEN staff are skilled at listening and responding to questions from the
public and professionals. KEN staff quickly direct callers to Federal,
State, and local organizations dedicated to treating and preventing mental
illness. KEN also has information on Federal grants, conferences, and
other events http://www.mentalhealth.org/
Founded in 1954, the Association for Corporate Growth is the
premier association for and about professionals involved in middle-market
corporate growth, corporate development, and mergers and acquisitions. It
promotes the professional interests of its members, who have assumed
leadership roles in strategic corporate growth, by offering a forum for
quality programs, education and networking. ACG has nearly 5,500 members
representing approximately 2,500 companies in 36 chapters throughout the
United States, Canada, the UK and Mexico. http://www.acg.org/kexchange/main.asp
EGFAR is developing with the very active participation of
NARS, and in collaboration with FAO/SDR and ISNAR, a website
that will seek to develop a user-driven open Knowledge
Marketplace on topics and issues that are of interest to the
management of NARS and to their development. This is a special website
that is under construction to facilitate :-
The general objective of this user-driven Knowledge Marketplace is quite clear: to use Internet and modern information management techniques to create a cumulative knowledge pool on strategic issues of NARS development and management, and to allow research managers around the world to tap into this knowledge pool, enriching it through its continuous and dynamic use. Stakeholder involvement and ownership by NARS is of critical importance. http://www.egfar.org/nars/default.htm
The Association For Enterprise Integration (AFEI) is a non-profit organization for corporate and individual members whose common goal is to advance enterprise integration and e-business practices for industries and governments around the globe.
The Global Knowledge Partnership (GKP) is an evolving, informal
partnership of public, private and not-for-profit organizations. Partner
organizations are committed to sharing information, experiences and
resources to promote broad access to, and effective use of, knowledge and
information as tools of sustainable, equitable development.
KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE AND LEARNING PARTNERSHIPS
SIFAR is creating an open knowledge marketplace on the Net specifically to serve the needs of the global fisheries research and development community. Called the oneFish Community Directory, this open directory portal will bring together, under one virtual roof, a broad cross-section of stakeholders interested in raising the profile of research in fisheries and aquatic resources and reinforcing its impact in responsible fisheries, particularly in the field of development. http://www.sifar.org/onefish.htm
|Vertical Industry Knowledge|
National Association Of Investment Professionals http://www.naip.com and www.infomarkets.com
Shop.org, the source for knowledge in the online retailing space, became an independently operated division of the National Retail Federation in January 2001. Shop.org now serves as the NRF's online retailing arm and has over 400-plus members, including retailers, companies that provide goods and services to retailers and other businesses http://www.shop.org/
LCA is a community of landscape professionals that advances the collective business interests of its members through education and knowledge exchange.
Since its inception in 1967, The Landscape Contractors Association MD-DC-VA has met the needs of landscape professionals throughout the region. Our members represent the finest in the industry and consist of landscape contractors, landscape architects and designers, grounds departments, educational institutions and suppliers http://www.lcamddcva.org/
PWAC London.Southwest Ontario
The Iron & Steel Society
The International Knowledge eXchange (aka IKX or iKx) is an international group of people that share common interests in some areas such as computer security, cryptography and viruses. Our intention is to bring to all the world some good news, documentations and even samples about these themes. Many of these topics are often considered as illegal or dangerous for someone, but we don't think so, this isn't true at all! We don't condone any illegal use of viruses or security exploits, we just want to discuss about them with all the other guys that are interested in this topics. Of course some of this informations and programs may be dangerous if they are used intentionally to do harm. A compiled virus or even a virus in source doesn't do any harm if you don't run it! http://www.s0ftpj.org/archive/ikx/index.html
Federation of Purchasing and Materials Management
Community of Science, Inc. (COS) is the leading Internet site
for the global R&D community. COS brings together the world's most
prominent scientists and researchers at more than 1,300 universities,
corporations and government agencies worldwide. COS provides tools and
services that enable these professionals to communicate, exchange
information and find the people and technologies that are important to
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National Knowledge & Intellectual Property Task Force
The mission of the Taskforce is to define
the competencies & set the standards to accelerate the transformation
of knowledge to net worth in the competitive enterprise.
The Silicon Valley World Internet Center is a dynamic physical and virtual portal bringing together technology leaders and customers to advance -- through collaboration -- Internet-related technologies and markets.
A combination think tank, showcase, and collaboration facility, the Center facilitates exchange of knowledge among innovative producers of Internet-related technologies, leading end-users, and companies looking to advance into the Internet Economy. The Center enjoys a neutrality of location, providing a multi-corporate venue for an open exchange of ideas and networking.
The Center delivers value to its Sponsors and members especially in the areas of: