Helen Clegg is part of the data science team at A.T. Kearney, a global management consultancy, where she conducts text analytics with special emphasis on social media analytics. She has over 20 years’ experience in international business research and knowledge management gained at consultancies and Fortune 500 companies in London, Munich, Paris and Amsterdam. Helen holds a Masters in Library Science and undergraduate degree in French and German. She is a qualified Marketer with the UK’s Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) and an affiliate member of the UK’s Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS), serving on the East Anglia Branch Committee. Helen is an active contributor to the global information and research community having presented at conferences including Taxonomy Boot Camp, Text Analytics World, Online Information and KM World. She is a guest lecturer at the Grenoble Graduate School of Management and London School of Business & Finance, and a peer reviewer for the Journal of Library and Information Science. In her spare time, Helen is studying horticulture and permaculture and has an allotment where she is putting the permaculture principles into practice.
Review of Taxonomy Boot Camp, London, Oct 2016
By Helen Clegg on 8th November 2016
The first ever Taxonomy Boot Camp (TBC) this side of the Atlantic took place in London on 18th and 19th October 2016 at Kensington Olympia, organized by Information Today Ltd. As I have attended and presented at Taxonomy Boot Camp in the U.S. several times, I was keen to see what the first TBC in […]
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