Information and Knowledge Strategy News

Five Ways to Successfully Manage a Project

A project manager’s biggest challenge is coping with unexpected events. The key to handling these situations is flexibility.

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Ben Royce: From Master’s Student to Google

The IKNS program helped Ben Royce, Head of Performance Data Science at Google, understand “who needed to know what, where, and when so that we could be much more effective and efficient as an organization.”

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Former NASA Leader Named IKNS Academic Director

Edward J. Hoffman, Ph.D. has been appointed the new Academic Director of Columbia University’s Master of Science in Information and Knowledge Strategy (IKNS) program.

 

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A Blueprint for Building Innovation Capacity

How do you drive innovation capacity in an organization? What are the interventions, risks, and pitfalls? A panel of experts gathered recently to answer these questions.

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Katrina Pugh: On the Internet of Things

Listen to Information and Knowledge Management program director Katrina Pugh on the Internet of Things on a podcast and at a conference.

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SPS in the Community: Harlem Children's Zone

Columbia's School of Professional Studies continues to collaborate with the Harlem Children's Zone on inspiring professional panels featuring alumni and faculty.

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What is a Knowledge-Driven Digital Product Innovation?

How Columbia's School of Professional Studies Information and Knowledge Strategy program teaches its students to make products that delight a customer and solve a problem

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Katrina Pugh: How Social Media Creates New Valuable Assets

How do organizations adapt to the change of social media? The IKNS program director argues that they need to take control of "ugly assets."

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Katrina Pugh Facilitates Knowledge Jam in Indonesia

Pugh led 45 delegates from 21 countries in an exchange forum.

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Katrina Pugh Keynotes Southern African Knowledge Management Summit

The address, "Building the Nucleus of Collaboration: Four Discussion Disciplines," was delivered to hundreds of attendees at the annual event.

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