Here are some of my favorite legal knowledge management blog posts and other items from the week of February 10 – 16, 2008:
- 2/15 – Launch of Enterprise 2.0 Task Force – David Hobbie of caselines gives us a look at what they’re doing (and their approach) over at Goodwin Procter with wikis, blogs, LinkedIn, Facebook, RSS, SharePoint, etc.
- 2/15 – Knowledge Management Snapshot for 2008 – Ron Friedmann of Strategic Legal Technology summarized a nice list of what participants of a recent KM function noted as their top KM priorities for 2008.
- 2/13 – Putting the Social into Social Media – Doug Cornelius of KM Space reflected on real-life connections brought about by online activity.
- 2/15 – Do Wikis belong in Law Firms? – (also posted here) – Connie Crosby shared a really nice slideshare presentation on Wikis in law firms.
- 2/12 – Wikis in Law Firms – An Alternative View – Ted Tjaden sparked a hot discussion in the comments about how (or if) wikis belong in law firms.
- 2/12 – iConnect at Deloitte – Jack Vinson of Knowledge Jolt with Jack wrote about Deloitte’s new expertise location application that monitors email traffic and extracts key words and phrases from communications.
- 2/10 – GoogleDocs – Collect Spreadsheet Data via Email – Cindy Chick of LawLibTech tells us how to use Google Docs to create a form and collect the data from email recipients. More info from the Google Docs Blog.
- On a wiki-related note, but from last week, before I started “In case you missed it…,” Doug Cornelius of KM Space, is looking for law firm wiki stories and speakers for a panel on the use of wikis in law firms to be presented at the ILTA conference in August. Details here.
LawyerKM :: Knowledge Management & Technology for Lawyers and Law Firms