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October 14, 2020  
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Organizations today face a common challenge – ensuring they have the talent to deliver on business objectives in a fast-changing business environment. AI platforms such as Starmind allow organizations to identify subject matter experts across the enterprise and access employee knowledge based on skill and expertise profiles. APQC’s Elissa Tucker talks to Stefan Gass, Starmind’s Chief Marketing Officer and Head of Growth about how Starmind builds real-time skills profiles that are accurate and complete and allow organizations and employees to prepare for and respond to evolving business needs.  

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September 24, 2020  
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Many organizations still struggle to understand what their employees know and connect colleagues to share expertise. AI platforms such as Starmind can close this gap by analyzing data across enterprise systems to continually uncover hidden knowledge and skills. In this podcast, APQC’s Lauren Trees talks to Eric Storm, Starmind’s Vice President for North America, about how Starmind identifies knowledgeable people within the workforce and then routes questions to the employees best suited to answer them.
 

In February 2019, APQC Executive Director of Client Solutions Cindy Hubert spoke with Daniel Coyle about how to build stronger and more collaborative organizational cultures. Coyle is the award-winning, New York Times-bestselling author of several books on leadership and performance including The Talent Code and The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups

Daniel will be a keynote speaker at APQC's 2019 KM Conference April 29 - May 3. For more information go to APQC.org

In this podcast, APQC KM Principal Research Lead Lauren Trees interviews community manager, author, and speaker Stan Garfield about the biggest opportunities in KM right now, the missteps organizations are making, and how to keep your KM portfolio fresh without losing focus or abandoning tried-and-true approaches.

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Large-scale trends like digital transformation, cognitive computing, and Agile are affecting how knowledge managers accomplish their goals and how their work is perceived. In this podcast, APQC’s Lauren Trees interviews community manager, author, and speaker Stan Garfield about the top 10 trends in KM, with a special focus on the evolution of community management and the value of Working Out Loud.

You can follow Stan on Twitter @stangarfield

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January 30, 2018  

Enterprise knowledge-sharing communities have been around for decades, but new technology and broader cultural trends are changing the norms of interaction in these groups. APQC’s Lauren Trees and Darcy Lemons discuss new trends in communities of practice and how to take advantage of the latest advancements.

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Is there value in the constraints that tight budgets put on us? Yes, according to Scott Sonenshein, an award-winning professor at Rice University, consultant to Fortune 500 and dot coms, and author of the new book Stretch: Unlock the Power of Less and Achieve More Than You Ever Imagined.

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In this podcast, APQC’s knowledge management guru, Lauren Trees, collides with APQC’s process and performance management expert, Holly Lyke-Ho-Gland to discuss trends that will transform how employees interact, collaborate, and share knowledge over the next decade. The two of them cover what modern workers are experiencing, what changes they would like to see, and how looming technological and cultural shifts may influence business priorities and investments.

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APQC’s Financial Management expert, Mary Driscoll, unpacks the emerging role of cybercrime in the world of accounts payable

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Yesterday’s workforce planning won’t cut it today. Find out why and what needs to change in this APQC human capital management podcast, sponsored by T.H. Easter Consulting. APQC’s Rachele Collins interviews APQC’s Elissa Tucker, principal research lead, human capital management. Elissa describes the three A's of upgraded strategic workforce planning programs: accountability, agility, and analytics. Then, Terri Hartwell Easter, principal of T.H. Easter Consulting shares her perspective on this topic.

For more information on strategic workforce planning see the APQC report: Strategic Workforce Planning: Best and Next Practices Report.

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