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DIARY: February 3, 2008 00:37 AM Sunday; Rod Welch

Notify team opportunity to present SDS at professional seminar call for papers.

1...Summary/Objective
2...Innovation in a Connected World


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3203 -    ..
3204 - Summary/Objective
3205 -
320501 - Follow up ref SDS 16 0000, ref SDS 15 0000.
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320508 -  ..
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3208 - Progress
3209 -
320901 - Morris' letter on 080124 shows frustration trying to understand SDS
320902 - design for flexible structure to support Knowledge Management from
320903 - long experience using Microsoft and other information technologies.
320904 - ref SDS 14 F25I  On 080128 Morris was referenced to the article
320905 - Vannevar Bush wrote in 1945. ref SDS 16 M37Y  This followed up
320906 - discussion the day before on 080127 with a confirming letter
320907 - submitting a link to the article that provides objective explanations
320908 - of SDS theory and objectives. ref SDS 15 ON3X
320910 -  ..
320911 - On 001126 Henry van Eykan proposed people learn Knowledge Management
320912 - by using SDS to learn Knowledge Management. ref SDS 6 0001  At that
320913 - time, people objected and decided to learn Knowledge Management by
320914 - using information tools. ref SDS 6 QW8I
320916 -  ..
320917 - Submitted ref DIT 1 0001 letter today to the team suggesting people
320918 - learn SDS by writing about SDS support for Knowledge Management...
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320920 -    1.  Here is a call for papers on "innovation" [shown below,
320921 -        ref SDS 0 355M, that presents opportunity to apply POIMS theory
320922 -        of knowledge summarized by the process of thinking through
320923 -        writing. ref OF 7 3742, ref DIT 1 0001
320925 -         ..
320926 -    2.  Jack commented recently that SDS explained in POIMS and NWO
320927 -        complement his work, illustrated by the excellent paper,
320928 -        "Technologies of Cooperation" (TOC), which he submitted on
320929 -        current efforts to develop Knowledge Management tools, received
320930 -        on 071113. ref SDS 12 FU6I, ref DIT 1 GT63
320932 -         ..
320933 -    3.  As seen, tools for managing chronology, context, and connection
320934 -        are not addressed in the TOC paper, ref SDS 12 DY5M, and these
320935 -        tools are the engine of SDS that converts information into the
320936 -        power of knowledge for making sense of complexity.  Jack's
320937 -        experience working with SDS records the past 8 years supports a
320938 -        paper on "complementarity" that drives innovation to support
320939 -        the theme of the conference.  Jack reported on 000504 that SDS
320940 -        capabilities are things nobody talks about, but should be
320941 -        pondered. ref SDS 5 XD5M, ref DIT 1 GT72
320943 -         ..
320944 -    4.  Professional papers can be a strong vehicle for "pondering" by
320945 -        expanding conversation on chronology, context, and connection
320946 -        for a practice of Knowledge Management.  This can be done
320947 -        without mentioning SDS, since SDS is not mentioned in POIMS.
320948 -        SDS records might be cited to illustrate proof of concept,
320949 -        i.e., that innovations in POIMS on saving lives, time, and
320950 -        money are more than "conversation," shown by case studies on
320951 -        061018. ref SDS 8 0001, ref DIT 1 GT88
320953 -         ..
320954 -    5.  Gary recently submitted letters from a website on networking
320955 -        that describes "conversation" for collaboration in facilitating
320956 -        innovation.  Jack's talent for writing can spread the word that
320957 -        the Vannevar Bush vision in 1945 using computers for
320958 -        efficiencies of electronic records management, sometimes called
320959 -        a "paperless office," and "Knowledge Management," can be
320960 -        realized and perhaps only realized with complementarity of
320961 -        chronology, context, and connection, reviewed on 960304.
320962 -        ref SDS 3 GX59, ref DIT 1 GT99
320964 -         ..
320965 -    6.  Similarly,  Morris' experience and recent work developing a new
320966 -        version of SDS might yield a paper for the conference in
320967 -        Singapore to extend his remarks in a seminar last year on
320968 -        communication, reviewed on 070126. ref SDS 9 0E6V, ref DIT 1
320969 -        GT45
320971 -         ..
320972 -    7.  Communication Metrics applies 7 units of information listed on
320973 -        070831 reviewing a copy of a letter Gary submitted to Jack
320974 -        Park. ref SDS 10 SG9T, ref DIT 1 GT59
320976 -         ..
320977 -    8.  Morris can demonstrate using information units to strengthen
320978 -        communication metrics for innovation with advanced mathematics
320979 -        from experience teaching graduate electrical engineering.
320980 -        ref DIT 1 GT5H
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320983 -    9.  Gary might consider a paper on SDS support for "diligence."
320984 -        ref DIT 1 LE6K
320986 -         ..
320987 -   10.  Morris and Jack recently discussed diligence using traditional
320988 -        Microsoft tools for Knowledge Management, reported on 080104.
320989 -        ref SDS 13 EM9F, ref DIT 1 GT6F
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320992 -   11.  Gary has a good feel for the "2-worlds" problem that takes a
320993 -        lot of hard work to perform Knowledge Management, reported by
320994 -        research for the OHS/DKR project at SRI reported on 000307.
320995 -        ref SDS 4 767G, ref DIT 1 GU35
320997 -         ..
320998 -   12.  Gary could expand his excellent letter on 070904 relating
320999 -        challenges to solve, ref SDS 11 DV7P, that require technology
321000 -        for enabling a "paradigm shift" from good management as an
321001 -        exercise of "diligence" to having "fun" using powerful tools to
321002 -        play a symphony with everything in the right place at the right
321003 -        time, explained in POIMS. ref OF 6 6M5H, ref DIT 1 GU3C
321005 -         ..
321006 -   13.  An example of changing the paradigm from diligence to fun is
321007 -        the task of assembling case studies.  Vannevar Bush noted in
321008 -        1945 that technology should make this fast and easy, reported
321009 -        on 960304. ref SDS 3 368K, ref DIT 1 GU5E
321011 -         ..
321012 -   14.  Examples of SDS cases studies are on 070126 showing people have
321013 -        given up on the 3 elements of Knowledge Management, chronology,
321014 -        context, and connection, ref SDS 9 QH8L, which Bush proposed in
321015 -        1945. ref SDS 3 GX59, ref DIT 1 X26F
321017 -         ..
321018 -   15.  Another example of class of case studies is listed for health
321019 -        care on 061018. ref SDS 8 0001, ref DIT 1 GU6F
321021 -         ..
321022 -   16.  Another example is folks failing to perform legal requirements
321023 -        for documentation showing alignment of the work with
321024 -        requirements and commitments, reported on 020504. ref SDS 7
321025 -        NS6F, ref DIT 1 GU7B
321027 -         ..
321028 -   17.  Demonstrating the ease of constructing case studies may fit
321029 -        requirements for technologies that advance innovation, since
321030 -        "study" is often associated with solving problems, noted by
321031 -        Peter Drucker, reviewed on 931130. ref SDS 1 WX7W, ref DIT 1
321032 -        GU8H
321034 -         ..
321035 -   18.  I'm not sure the symposium in Singapore is a good venue to
321036 -        present innovations for Knowledge Management, or whether there
321037 -        is enough time between now and December 2008 for everyone to
321038 -        develop a paper.  Thanks for consideration. ref DIT 1 GU4L
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321042 - Call for papers ISPIM symposium in Sinagpore...
321044 -         ..
321045 -    1.  Date:  February 2, 2008
321047 -         ..
321048 -    2.  Subject:  1st ISPIM Symposium (Singapore) Call for Papers
321050 -         ..
321051 -    3.  ISPIM wrote:
321053 -         ..
321054 -    4.  We have a strict anti-spam policy. You have received this
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321058 -        mail@ispim.org  with the
321059 -        word 'Remove' in the subject field.
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321063 - Innovation in a Connected World
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321066 -    5.  The 1st ISPIM Symposium - */Managing Innovation in a Connected
321067 -        World /*- will be held in *Singapore *on *15-17 December 2008*.
321068 -        Organised by ISPIM together with Singapore Management
321069 -        University, this symposium will bring together academics,
321070 -        business leaders, consultants and other professionals involved
321071 -        in innovation management.  The aim of this symposium is to
321072 -        stimulate discussion and connect people from different
321073 -        backgrounds and cultures.  The format will include interactive
321074 -        workshops and discussion panels together with academic and
321075 -        practitioner presentations. As with all ISPIM events, this
321076 -        symposium will provide excellent networking opportunities
321077 -        together with a taste of local culture.
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321080 -    6.  Academics and Practitioners are encouraged to submit papers and
321081 -        workshop topics related to the theme including but not limited
321082 -        to the subareas listed below:
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321084 -    7.  - Borderless innovation
321085 -
321086 -    8.  - Collaborative R&D for innovation
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321088 -    9.  - Idea generation and creativity
321089 -
321090 -   10.  - Innovation policy
321091 -
321092 -   11.  - Measuring and managing innovation
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321094 -   12.  - Methods and tools for innovation
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321096 -   13.  - Networks and clusters of innovation
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321098 -   14.  - Open innovation
321099 -
321100 -              **Important Submission Deadlines:*
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321102 -   15.  *Academic Papers/Practitioner Presentations:*
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321104 -   16.  - Paper abstracts/Presentation outlines ?" *30 June 2008*
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321106 -   17.  - Acceptance notification ?" *15 August 2008*
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321108 -   18.  - Final papers/presentations, slides, profiles, photos _plus_ payment ?" *24
321109 -        October 2008*
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321111 -   19.  *Workshop/Discussion Panel Topics:*
321112 -
321113 -   20.  - Outlines ?" *30 June 2008*
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321115 -   21.  - Acceptance notification:" *15 August 2008*
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321117 -   22.  - Final outlines, slides, profiles, photos _plus_ payment:  *24 October
321118 -        2008*
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321121 -   23.  Selected papers will be considered for publication in the following journals,
321122 -        subject to the usual referee processes applicable to the journals:
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321124 -   24.  /- The R&D Management Journal/
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321126 -   25.  /- Innovation: Management, Policy & Practice/
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321128 -   26.  /- International Journal of Services Sciences/
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321131 -   27.  To view the call for papers, please visit
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321133 -           http://www.ispim.org/symposium/
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321136 -   28.  We look forward to welcoming you to Singapore!
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321139 -   29.  The Organising Committee of the 1st ISPIM Symposium.
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321142 -   30.  *PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL UNLESS YOU WISH TO BE
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