Thanks for hosting such a great session last week. Was very enlightening….” (April 2, 2003)

Todd Ray, Groove Networks

The KM cluster was terrific. The presentations were stellar. Thank you so much…” (March 30, 2003)

Marilyn Perry Ruggles, Ph.D., EDS

“It was great to be included on the ground floor of emerging KM innovations in higher education. “The strength of the event was the diversity of perspectives and directions. Much can be
learned from our collective experiences.” (Dec 14, 2002)

Frank Reis, Cuyahoga Community College District

“A strength of the conference was focusing on the people-side of KM.” Verna Allee can do no wrong in my book; she was awesome. Carol Kinsey Goman brought some excitement and ‘mixing it
up’ which was helpful and creative.” (Dec 14, 2002)

Amy Eugene, Cuyahoga Community College District

“I found the sessions to be quite informative. Chuck Sieloff’s IFTF approach was great. Helped lay the groundwork for a lot of thinking during the other sessions. The location was
great. The lunch outdoors was top-notch in my opinion. I loved going out for a picnic.

Jamie Dinkelacker of HP Laboratories was a highlight. He very accurately balanced the need for real research with the need for real products from a research institution. And did it in
an entertaining way. Great speaker and great ideas about distance collaboration and knowledge.

This sessions were well worth the time, effort and cost.

I loved the whole thing. Well done.” (Sept 22, 2002)

Jim Schuyler,

“Thank you for inviting me to the KM Cluster meeting last Friday. I thought the choice of speakers was outstanding, and the sessions overall were very productive.” (Sept 22, 2002)

Eric Brachhausen,

“It was a great event; highly innovative, ideas were sharp, people were really on top of their game. I appreciate you pulling together this event!” (June 21, 2002)

David Laning, Ph.D., MBA, StanfordSoft

“Thanks again for organizing a great KM Cluster. I took back many lessons to my team.” (June 26, 2002)

Karena Man, CSAA

“It was time well spent – very well organized and lots of thought-provoking discussion. We enjoyed meeting you and many of the participants.” (June 25, 2002)

Sasha Globa, CTO KnowledgeDNA

“It was a great session and I learned a lot and made some good contacts.” (June 24, 2002)

Bettina Jetter, CEO Mindjet

“I very much enjoyed the level of the presentations and debate on the 28th March. Well done!” (Apr 16, 2002)

Brian Garner, Ph.D., Professor, School of Computing and Mathematics Deakin University Australia

“…time well spent…” (Mar 29, 2002)

Joe Jorczak, IBM Global Services Business Innovation Services

“It was a pleasure, from beginning to end, and I think everyone who attended found the day to be both educational and productive — a good combination.” (Mar 29, 2002)

Stuart Robbins, Chief Knowledge Officer Vitria Technologies

“I want you to know that last Thursday’s KM Cluster was one of the most enjoyable conferences I have attended in the last few years. At other conferences, I use less interesting tracks/sessions to duck out to check voice mail, scan email, and catch up with work. At the KM Cluster, there wasn’t a single session I could bear to miss. To give you an idea of how
useful, timely, and informative the Cluster was, my colleague Mike and I agreed that we would have gladly paid for it ourselves. (Although I am glad that our company footed the cost!)”
(Mar 29, 2002)

Karena Man, Senior IT Process Consultant CSAA

Your web materials are impressive and easy to navigate. I also enjoyed the article about best practices! (Jan 29, 2002)

David Zinman VP Marketing Avasta, Inc.

“I enjoyed the meeting last week, especially the morning. Lots of good discussion.” (Dec 18, 2001)

Doug Kalish, Ph.D., Former VP & CKO Scient – “The eBusiness Systems Innovator ™” San Francisco, CA

“It was definitely worth making the trip.” (Oct 3, 2000)

Skip Boettger, Chief Knowledge Architect PTC Global Services Washington Stat

“A great meeting.” (Oct 2, 2000)

David Steier, Ph.D., Managing Director Scient – “The eBusiness Systems Innovator ™” San Francisco, CA

“You did a great job with this event.” (Sept 30, 2000)

David Coleman, Managing Director Collaborative Strategies, LLC San Francisco, CA