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KM World Keynote

September 25, 2008

P1010020.JPGI really enjoyed giving the keynote at KM World today. Some old ideas and some new applied to project management and system design. The podcast is available and for real gluttons for punishment you can find 2007 here. I’ve being keynoting annually and its like coming home to arrive at the Hilton in San Jose by way of the light rail from the airport (keeping to my public transport principles). This year was special in that we had a stand for SenseMaker™ for the first time. OK we are a start up company so it wasn’t super slick but it is our first ever stand at an exhibition and that says something about where we are. Michael and Craig worked really hard both before and during the event to make the whole thing work so many thanks to them. We had more traffic than we expected and some serious interest in both the software and training. More on the conference itself when I blog tomorrow before flying back to the UK.

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