The Renaissance in Knowledge Management

About the event.

Too much corporate knowledge still lives in the dark ages. Knowledge stays buried in silos and systems. This means employees waste time looking for the information needed to do their jobs. And companies waste their two most valuable assets -- knowledge and people. But there’s a renaissance sparked by better tools to understand all your corporate knowledge.

We are gathering our most innovative customers and partners leading knowledge management strategies in their organizations to present their best practices and findings. Scroll down to see the full agenda.

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  • 24 06 2021
  • 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM EST

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Event Agenda Thursday June 24th

09:00
09:30
The New Age of Search Applications

Sinequa's VP of Customer Success will give an overview of how our customers are using search-based applications to build future-ready knowledge management strategies in their organizations.

Clifford Cantrell  - VP of Customer Success  at Sinequa

Clifford Cantrell

VP of Customer Success at

09:30
09:50
Knowledge Isn't Power If You Can't Find It

Lauren will review a recent research report highlighting the current challenges around information management, including the impact of remote work, and what organizations can do to improve search and discovery.

Lauren Trees  - Principal Research Lead, Knowledge Management  at APQC

Lauren Trees

Principal Research Lead, Knowledge Management at

Lauren Trees identifies trends in enterprise knowledge sharing and collaboration, researching cutting-edge ways to improve knowledge flow and shares the findings with APQC’s members and the knowledge management community at large.

09:50
10:10
If I had a dollar for everytime... Thoughts on the most heard tropes about search

Giovanni Piazza, who has been responsible for an Enterprise Search Engine program since 1996, will offer some thoughts on these tropes, and – more important – on how to create a winning user experience, centered on the concept of “findability”.

Giovanni Piazza - Head of Knowledge Management  at Takeda

Giovanni Piazza

Head of Knowledge Management at

Giovanni leads the ongoing transformation, consolidation, and modernization of Library Services, Operations, and Scientific Intelligence at Takeda. With over 20 years of experience in knowledge management, he has worked for knowledge-centric organizations including Earnst & Young and Johnson & Johnson.

10:10
10:30
Raising the Bar With a Scalable Knowledge Management Strategy

Access to relevant and accurate knowledge is critical for Skadden, a leading global law firm. Join Peter Hummel and Charmaine Polvara to learn how they’ve scaled their knowledge management program by successfully turning the firm’s core data into actionable insights. With over 20 targeted search applications to date, lawyers are able to do their job better and faster than ever before. In this keynote, you will hear how Skadden got started with search, the value it delivers to their organization and their plans for the future.

Charmaine Polvara  - Assistant Director of Knowledge Systems and Development at Skadden

Charmaine Polvara

Assistant Director of Knowledge Systems and Development at

Charmaine has over 20 years of experience in Knowledge Systems Design and Development, with a deep understanding of the legal industry. As the Assistant Director of Knowledge Systems Design and Development at Skadden, Charmaine helps over 1,700 attorneys create and access critical knowledge needed to do their job.

10:30
10:50
Powering the Renaissance: The Future of Sinequa

Join Jeff for a peek into how Sinequa is thinking about the future of search...and how businesses can become Information-Driven. Jeff will showcase models for leveraging search in the enterprise, will review recent and upcoming enhancements to Sinequa Intelligent Search, and will conclude with the product roadmap and future developments, including bringing deep-learning AI to the platform.

Jeff Evernham - VP of Product Strategy  at Sinequa

Jeff Evernham

VP of Product Strategy at

As VP of Product Strategy, Jeff Evernham sets the strategy for Sinequa’s software offerings and also leads Product Marketing. Jeff is a thought leader in the realm of applying technology to business problems, and guides the product roadmap so that Sinequa’s technical innovations lead to thrilled customers. As the Product Marketing lead, he defines the go-to-market strategy and communicates Sinequa’s value proposition.

10:50
11:35
Expert Panel and Q&A

Our speakers will come together to answer your questions and discuss how they've overcome the challenges that arose with the overnight shift to a fully digital workforce.

Clifford Cantrell - VP of Customer Success  at Sinequa

Clifford Cantrell

VP of Customer Success at

Jeff Evernham - VP of Product Strategy  at Sinequa

Jeff Evernham

VP of Product Strategy at

Lauren Trees  - Principal Research Lead, Knowledge Management  at APQC

Lauren Trees

Principal Research Lead, Knowledge Management at

Giovanni Piazza - Head of Knowledge Management  at Takeda

Giovanni Piazza

Head of Knowledge Management at

Charmaine Polvara  - Assistant Director of Knowledge Management Systems and Development  at Skadden

Charmaine Polvara

Assistant Director of Knowledge Management Systems and Development at

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