“The Fall 2004 New England KM Cluster in Boston was an excellent event, with great content, a great audience and with flawless presentation.” (Boston, October 18, 2004)

Bruce Hoppe, Ph.D., Organizational Networks (Weblog)

“Great event and great job!” (October 2004)

Lisa Dennis, Knowledgence

“The London Symposium on Social Tools for the Enterprise was a great success!” (London, July 14, 2004)

Margaret Gold, Ecademy

“I think the KM Cluster went well. The audience was very responsive to all the speakers and the session was very interactive.” (NYC, June 28, 2004)

Bill Ives, Portals and KM

“Speaker presentations were very insightful and there was a lot of interaction and networking from attendees.” (NYC, June 28, 2004)

Anthony Brahin, Novell Knowledge Management

“The Rocky Mountain KM Cluster in Denver meeting on Friday went very well – good presentations with immediate value.” (DEN, June 21, 2004)

Joseph Hooyboer, Colorado Access

“I really enjoyed the Social Networks Summit session on Friday. Again an excellent job of great speakers, provocative interaction, good venue and great food.” (SFO, June 2, 2004)

Verna Allee, Verna Allee Associates

“I thought Social Networks Summit was very good, with knowledgeable speakers and an actively engaged audience. I particularly enjoyed the informal discussion with Mark Granovetter, who provided some historical perspective on the currently hot topic of social networks. Rob Cross and Andrew Hargadon did a good job of drawing practical insights from a solid base of their own research.” (SFO, May 26, 2004)

Chuck Sieloff, Institute for the Future

“I wanted to take a moment to thank you. I attended my first KM Cluster yesterday and as KM practioner and developer I was very encouraged by the interaction among the group. I found the session very informative.” (SFO, Feb 27, 2004)

Michael Lehane, http://www.mlehane.com

“I thought the discussion around not only my issues, but all the issues was great. I am really impressed with how the quality of the seminar has shaped up.” (Feb 27, 2004)

Bruce Heiman, Ph.D., San Francisco State University

“Just wanted to thank and congratulate you on a wonderful event. I was informed, entertained, and completely engaged throughout the day. I can’t say that happens all that frequently at these kind of events. I was impressed with the quality of people who were in attendance and the quality of the presentations. Thanks again. I am looking forward to other events.” (Feb 27, 2004)

Rick Ladd, Boeing Knowledge Management

“Thank you for organizing the Southern California KM Cluster meeting. I thought the meeting was great. I got a lot out of it and was impressed by each of the speakers.” (Feb 27, 2004)

Dan Jarmel, Northrop-Grumman

“What a great session last Friday at the KM Cluster! Thank you for making this meeting so worthwhile. I’ve been sampling groups lately and feel very much at home here.” (Feb 27, 2004)

Anthony M. Dymond, Ph.D., Dymond and Associates, LLC

“…you really do make it easy to launch a regional cluster.” (Jan 7, 2004)

Leonard Kish, Qwest

“A great forum for putting a local face on KM. If KM is your passion and New York your home, then KM Cluster NY is a definite watering hole for you, and a must-visit for traveling KM-types!”

Madanmohan Rao, Editor-at-Large http://www.destinationkm.com/

Thanks for a great session today, it was quite interesting and engaging. This was my first KM Cluster event, but I hope to join you in the future. (April 21, 2003)

Mark Zoeckler, PricewaterhouseCoopers

I just wanted to thank you for an outstanding learning opportunity. The chance to see systems applied in real operations was truly outstanding. The Novell and HP presentations were especially valuable. (April 4, 2003)

Dave Gaynon, Lawrence Livermore National Lab

The recent KM and Culture event was fantastic. The presentations were diverse, relevant and very interesting. The day was well paced with lots of time given for questions and interaction, which greatly enhanced the learning experience. I came away from the event feeling that I had plugged into the most recent, practical and authoritative KM thinking available. Thanks for a very worthwhile day! (April 4, 2003)

David H. Brett, CEO, Knexa Solutions Inc.

“I just want to let you know, before too much time passes, what a fantastic seminar you coordinated last Friday. I have gone to many seminars in my career and have paid hefty fees…
often leaving them disappointed with what was offered. I can honestly tell you that each of the presenters were excellent, the pace of the day was well planned, the price was extremely
fair and even the lunch and treats were great (hardly ever get nice food at seminars). You should be so proud of what you accomplished …. I have told many in my organization how much
I took from the day. Thank you.” (April 4, 2003)

Camille Venezia, Knoll

“Thanks so much for sponsoring me for the KM cluster group. I learned a lot and found the experience quite stimulating.” (April 2, 2003)

Professor Ann Majchrzak, Marshall School of Business