- May 6, 2013
- Dan Ranta, Tim Wilmot, Andrew Felton, and Evita Hollis
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For more than nine years, the Knowledge Sharing (KS) program at ConocoPhillips has connected employees globally by providing value-based knowledge management solutions and services. Through the maturity of the KS program, the organization has recently been offering services that help transform the business to be more productive and innovative. Transformational services include hosting global jams to crowdsource the future direction of corporate functions and the company; facilitating visioning sessions to help groups understand major issues and challenges to discover business-value solutions; and organizing wikithons to connect employees in a fun, social environment to contribute knowledge content and dramatically grow a corporate wiki. ConocoPhillips' Dan Ranta, Tim Wilmot, Andrew Felton, and Evita Hollis presented at APQC's 2013 knowledge management conference.