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Dr. Moria Levy

Dr. Moria Levy is one of the foremost thought leaders driving the knowledge management discipline forward.

In 1998, Dr.  Levy established ROM Knowledgeware, a firm specializing in KM. ROM turned out to be one of the biggest KM firms worldwide, nowadays with 40 employees daily serving KM organizations worldwide.

Moria didn’t settle for owning and leading a big KM firm, exceptional in its size in this evolving market. She pushed forward to develop new methodologies addressing intranets, lessons learned, knowledge retention, collaborative knowledge development, and more. These methodologies, based on fieldwork, were later the basis for her research papers and books, having nowadays over 1,000 citations. In 2017 Moria Levy was included in the Journal Impact Factor of Thomson Reuters.

Dr. Levy led the first worldwide initiative of a KM standard: the Israeli KM standard SII25006. This standard was published In 2012 and was the foundation on which KM in Israel later developed. In 2015 she was chosen by the International Standards Organization (ISO) to lead a global experts team in developing  a KM standard. This resulted in “ISO30401 – Knowledge management systems” an agreed upon comprehensive compass for knowledge management excellence.

Dr. Levy led the first initiative worldwide for high school studies specializing in knowledge management as part of information and data sciences studies, a program running in Israel for over a decade.

Since the beginning of the Covid pandemic, Dr. Levy was focused on pushing the KM discipline forward, with the vision of utilizing it to bring prosperity to organizations and to the community. As the Israeli KM forum chair, she joined KMGN, the KM global network, turning her personal vision into the organization’s. She led. in KMGN, the development of two innovative KM courses, one focused on AI and KM, and the other on advanced KM methodologies. These courses were very successful, offering experienced KMers around the globe new ideas on better implementing KM. During her 2022 tenure as KMGN chairperson, the organization doubled from 12 to 25 involved countries and networks. This period saw KMers all over the world better acting together, looking for shared KM challenges and running specific projects to tackle these challenges.

Nowadays, Dr. Levy continues to lead the “Designing the Future for KM” committee in KMGN, and continues to take part in leading KMGN working on setting a shared KM week worldwide.

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