Lucidea’s Lens: Knowledge Management Thought Leaders Part 30 — Marti Heyman
Marti Heyman designs, builds, and implements metadata solutions to enable the discovery of data, information, and knowledge.
She is driven by a passion to connect people to the information and knowledge they need – when they need it. She is experienced in many facets of information management and knowledge organization. Marti focuses on generating revenue and cost savings through metadata architecture (including design, development, and implementation of taxonomies and other controlled vocabularies) and knowledge capture, storage, and retrieval in a manner that facilitates maximum return for the enterprise. Marti and I overlapped at Deloitte from 2009-2011. She is based in Ocala, Florida.
- Owner and Principal Consultant – Heyman Information Services, LLC, 2022 – Present
- Executive Director, Metadata Strategy and Operations – OCLC, 2016 – 2021
- Information Creation and Curation Topic Committee Member and Co-Chair – National Information Standards Organization, 2012 – 2021
- Adjunct Professor – Drexel University iSchool, 2008 – 2018
- Executive Director, Metadata Standards and Services – Cengage Learning, 2012 – 2016
- Director, Knowledge Management Strategy – InQuira (acquired by Oracle), 2011 – 2012
- Global Knowledge Management – Deloitte, 2009 – 2011 and 2000 – 2006
- Global Director of Taxonomy Delivery Services – Dow Jones (EMG), 2007 – 2009
- Taxonomist and Content Expert – Solution.com, 1999 – 2000
- Sr. Information Scientist, Research Technician – DuPont, 1983 – 1999
- Drexel University
- MBA, Business Management, 1999 – 2001
- MLIS, Library and Information Science, 1994 – 1996
- University of Delaware – BS, Chemistry, 1990 – 1993
- The Johns Hopkins University – BA, Social Anthropology, 1978 – 1982
Where Do We Go From Here?: Charleston Conference Proceedings, 2015 edited by Beth Bernhardt, Leah Hinds, and Katina P. Strauch, pages 536-538: Not So Strange Bedfellows: Information Standards for Librarians AND Publishers – with Betty Landesman – PDF.
- Taxonomies in the Real World
- The New Age of (Web) Discovery: New Resource Metadata Standards (ISTE 2013)
- ROI Analysis for Taxonomy Programs
- 2015 Charleston Library Conference: Not So Strange Bedfellows with Betty Landesman
- 2019 SLA: Taxonomy Tools and Tool Evaluation
- 2020 NISO: The Complexities of Vocabularies
- 2021 NISO Open Teleconference – Z39.4, Criteria for Indexes
- Taxonomy Boot Camp
- Not So Strange Bedfellows: Information Standards for Librarians AND Publishers with Betty Landesman
- Keeping the beat: how controlled vocabularies affect indexing
- Bringing index standards into the twenty-first century
- Building Successful Relationships with IT Professionals
- KM Maturity Model: Request for your views
LRMI Presentations from ISTE: New Resource Metadata Standards with Michael Jay and Roger Rosen
The Complexities of Vocabularies
Ensuring ‘ROI’ and ‘ROE’ on Taxonomy Programs
Content by Others
Marti Heyman on ROI for Taxonomy Initiatives by Patrick Lambe
Selecting Software for Taxonomy, Thesaurus and Ontology Management by Heather Hedden
Please enjoy Stan’s blog posts offering advice and insights drawn from many years as a KM practitioner. You may also want to download a free copy of his book, Lucidea’s Lens: Special Librarians & Information Specialists; The Five Cs of KM from Lucidea Press, and its precursor, Proven Practices for Implementing a Knowledge Management Program. And learn about Lucidea’s Presto, SydneyEnterprise, and GeniePlus software with unrivaled KM capabilities that enable successful knowledge curation and sharing.
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