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Montague Institute Review

Knowledge Base Editors Digest

Books & Briefings

CFO's Guide to Intellectual Capital

The SharePoint Search System

Workshops, Speaking, & Consulti​​ng 

Articles by and about Jean Graef have appeared in:

Boston Business Journal

CIO magazine

Intranets Today

Montague Institute Review

Research Technology Management

Sales & Field Force Automation

Society of Manufacturing Engineers

Wall Street Journal​​​

The Montague Institute was founded in 1992 in Montague, Massachusetts as a vehicle for Jean Graef's research, educational, publishing, and software development activities. 

Prior to the Institute's formation, Jean was at the forefront of a series of other cutting edge innovations in other organizations, including:

​The computerization of research library card catalogs and book circulation systems.

​The use of microcomputer technology to enhance science teaching at the high school and college level.

​The application of desktop publishing technology in the design and publication of marketing materials and books.

​The use of search software in business research and competitive intelligence.

​The integration of traditional indexing techniques with search software to organize electronic content.

​The use of Microsoft SharePoint as a research, publishing, and information sharing platform for corporate teams, especially those involved in knowledge-intensive tasks.