The KIPA Quarterly meeting, scheduled for April 12, has been rescheduled. It will now take place on May 3.
KIPA Quarterly Meeting featuring Featuring Scott Hambrick, Data Storage, Inc. He will speak on the importance of good records management for the transfer of accurate & reliable information.
KIPA's next meeting features
Lisa Austin of Williams Companies with an update on their KM initiatives over the past year.
It's time to register for KIPA's November 2nd meeting featuring Lindsay Gowan of Chesapeake Energy!! Ms. Gowan will be speaking on the KM initiatives taking place within Chesapeake Energy.
Register for this event by going to http://kipanet.org/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=16. Meeting (excluding meal) is free for KIPA (and KIPA affiliate) members, $10 for those who aren't members. Lunch can be purchased for $10 (due at time of meeting). RSVP by October 30 to ensure that your lunch is ordered!
Friday, November 2, 11:45am—1:00 pm
University of Tulsa, Helmerich Hall
KM Reinvents Fire!
by Joe Colannino of ClearSign Combustion Corporation
Visit http://kipanet.org/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=15 to register. Cost is free for members (both KIPA and affiliate organizations) and $10 for non-members. Lunch will be provided by KIPA, so preregistration for this meeting is required!!
Knowledge Management Initiatives: Why haven't we done this already?
by Eric Freeman of TD Williamson
“Communities of Practice: Best Practices & Lessons Learned”
Friday, February 17, 11:30 AM @ Hard Rock
The purpose of a Community of Practice (CoP) is to provide a group of people who are active practitioners a way to achieve better organizational results by:
*Tips and best practices
*Getting questions answered
*Leveraging / maximizing resources
Dr. Robert Schooley will lead a panel discussion on how to start and sustain an effective CoP. Insights regarding the value and/or impact of CoPs will be provided.
Logon to PMI’s website (http://www.pmi.org) to log your PDU’s. You will need the following information to report PDUs for this conference:
PDU's earned for ALL DAY attendance at BOTH days of the conference: 16 (1 per hour attended of the conference)
PDU Category: Category A
Activity Type: Choose to find an event and in the Activity Name field, enter "Knowledge and Project Management" (without the quotes) and click Search. The first result should show an activity # C052-0726-27-20. This is the one you need to select.
You can view the KPM 2011 presentations by going to http://kipanet.org/2011-kpm-speakers.
The conference will be held on the campus of Oklahoma State University in Tulsa on July 26-27. This year's event features an outstanding line-up of national and area presenters who will bring valuable information that will help you implement both Project Management and Knowledge Management in your organization.