[Conference] Call for presentation: APQC’s 12th Knowledge Management Conference, May 2007, Houston, TX

[German title: Aufruf für Präsentations-Beiträge: APQCs 12. Wissensmanagement-Konferenz, Mai 2007, Houston, TX]

You are invited to share your knowledge management experiences at APQC’s twelfth annual Knowledge Management conference, May 10-11, 2007 in Houston, TX. Deadline to accept presentation abstracts is November 10, 2006.

KM and Innovation
Formal approaches to knowledge creation and sharing-Knowledge Management-have made an enormous contribution to competitiveness and innovation. This conference will focus on how KM is no longer a stand-alone initiative, but has become an integral part of the innovation and process improvement processes of organizations. Leading practice organizations have developed their strategies and work practices to embed KM into their core processes and innovation strategies. In this way, leading practice organizations literally “bake in” knowledge management into the way they do business.

The opportunity for innovation is enhanced by this flow of knowledge, as ideas are continually generated, assessed, and refined as a way of life in the organization. Presenters at this conference will focus on the new face of KM, success stories in a variety of industries, and how organizations can ensure knowledge management and innovation work together.

APQC is now accepting abstracts for its twelfth Knowledge Management conference to be held May 10-11, 2007 at the Houstonian Hotel in Houston, TX. To be considered, submit your abstract by November 10, 2006  using one of the methods below:

1. online form
2. e-mail: sbiggs@apqc.org. (Ensure you include all of the information requested in the online submission form.)
3. fax-print and complete the online form and fax it to: 713-681-3705.

For further information (e.g. Suggested Presentation Topics, Review Criteria and Selection Process) go to the call for papers website.


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