For more than 30 years, Montague Institute founder Jean Graef has been helping large, knowledge-intensive organizations plan for and use new information technologies. She is known for her ability to spot emerging trends and explain their implications for different applications, organization units, and staff roles. Her problem-definition process and Web-based taxonomy lab have been used by more than a dozen organizations to create and integrate classification schemes that enhance access to internal know-how. She has written over 300 articles and conference papers. She has conducted workshops for individual organizations as well as associations and universities.
Jean is currently working with a major federal agency to update and maintain a knowledge base that she designed for them in 2008. She is available on a limited basis for consulting engagements.