Picture of Axel DornisAxel Dornis

Knowledge manager, MLP

Axel Dornis is responsible for internal corporate information and knowledge-management for the independent European financial adviser for academics and other demanding customers, MLP.

In 1999, he started to develop innovative approaches to the editorial work with databases, the introduction of an expert system and the information channels in the intranet of the financial service provider. Involving all relevant fields and levels, he deals with the selection and integration of new media and methods to the information- and knowledge management since 2006 to establish it as an integrated, cross functional support-tool in the company.

Axel graduated in 2007 in Executive MBA Studies, inter alia, in Paris, Barcelona, St Gallen and London.

MLP

MLP (Marschollek, Lautenschläger und Partner) – is a financial services supplier for academics and other discerning clients in Europe. The company integrates banking and insurance services into a financial concept tailored for each individual customer.

MLP clients enjoy an integrated advisory approach in all economic issues that is guided by their respective requirements and their stages in life.

MLP has offices in Germany, Austria and the Netherlands. About 2,600 consultants support more than 730,000 clients.

 

Presentation

Thursday, November 6th: 14.30 - 15.15

Track: Intranets in the future / Enterprise 2.0

ExpertBase - an expert system en route to Enterprise 2.0

Meeting the requirements of a "prosumer-centric" working environment

Case Study of the information and knowledge management at MLP, a financial services provider.

Highlights:

  • Managing a complex and permanently changing data basis with ECMS
  • How to organize and ensure an active and approved exchange of information, knowledge and expertise
  • ExpertBase - an information source and basis for collaboration and professional advancement
  • Providing a basis for Enterprise 2.0: successfully implementing Social Software features like comments, ratings and blogs in an "running" system and culture


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