RE: [ba-ohs-talk] Economics of Management Enable Culture of Knowledge
Thanks for your message and best wishes. (02)
The "Knowledge Economics Summit" is filling-up fast. There is
considerable demand for the twin disciplines of "Value-based Knowledge
Management" and "Economics-based Knowledge Management." (03)
Please note Mark Clare's preferred email: firstname.lastname@example.org. (04)
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Rod Welch
Sent: Wednesday, July 10, 2002 3:41 PM
Cc: Clare, Mark; Snowden, Dave; Traille, Ed; Conklin, Jeff; OHS/DKR, SRI
Subject: [ba-ohs-talk] Economics of Management Enable Culture of
Thanks for your letter on June 27, shown below, announcing a seminar
where Mark Clare will develop ROI calculations for KM. This can be a
powerful enabling force that provides timely guidance to strengthen
wider economy, as further set out in my letter to you.... (09)
Good luck with the conference. (011)
> The Global Knowledge Economics Council (GKEC) invites you to "The
> Knowledge Economics Summit" sponsored by the GKEC and the Knowledge
> Management ClusterR
> The Knowledge Economics Summit will be Monday and Tuesday, July 29/30, (015)
> 2002 in San Francisco, California USA, from 8am-5pm.
> The Knowledge Economics Summit is the first event of its kind to
> combine the twin disciplines of "Value-based Knowledge Management" and (016)
> "Economics-based Knowledge Management" into an efficient, two-day,
> interactive workshop.
> This event is an important milestones in the ascendancy of knowledge
> management and enterprise collaboration. It will be instrumental in
> establishing KM, enterprise collaboration and communities as key
> financial drivers and competitive differentiators for the enterprise.
> This workshop will allow you to articulate to top management, boards,
> shareholders and investors the stunning financial advantages and
> lasting value of your knowledge management and enterprise
> collaboration initiatives.
> The methods and techniques you will take away from this event will
> allow you to capture the attention of your top management in order to
> win sponsorship and lead excellence in KM and enterprise
> You will learn proven techniques to build powerful cases for your KM
> initiatives using the language and techniques of business economics
> and corporate finance.
> The Knowledge Economics Summit is not a discussion of management fads
> or philosophy. It is a hands-on workshop to equip you with the tools
> and abilities to understand and drive the financial benefits and value (017)
> of knowledge management and enterprise collaboration. You will learn
> how to use KM, collaboration and community to drive top-line growth
> and bottom-line efficiencies for the enterprise.
> The Knowledge Economics Summit will give you the tools to propel
> management and enterprise collaboration onto the enterprise agenda. It
> will enable you to rationalize and lead a robust knowledge strategy
> your firm.
> Many KM and enterprise collaboration initiatives are challenged. They
> languish from lack of awareness, poor measurement and misunderstood
> financial benefits.
> The Knowledge Economics Summit will allow you to answer the
> fundamental question -- What are the financial advantages, benefits
> and shareholder value created by your knowledge management and
> enterprise collaboration strategies, initiatives and technology
> The hands-on Knowledge Economics Summit will give you the tools and
> techniques to allow you to achieve the following goals and objectives
> for your organization, clients and customers:
> o Learn/use applied tools and techniques for Value-based Knowledge
> o Fundamentally and permanantly reform financial management techniques (018)
> for knowledge management, enterprise collaboration and business
> o Develop hard financial and systems level models to evaluate and
> select KM and collaboration technologies
> o Use corporate finance and economic techniques to show the
> mission-critical nature of KM and enterprise collaboration
> o Displace ineffective information systems investment with effective
> financial leadership of knowledge-based initiatives
> o Arrive at a common definition and vocabulary for Value-based
> Knowledge Management and Knowledge Economics
> o Identify resources and opinion leaders in Knowledge Economics
> o Interact with your peer group to share and diffuse KM innovations
> and models
> The main thrust of the Knowledge Economics Summit occurs at the
> intersection of leadership, practice and research.
> By design and necessity, the Knowledge Economic Summit triangulates
> business leadership, knowledge management practice and leading
> academic research. The result is practical, relevant and immediate
> application to business.
> You will take away turnkey tools, methods, templates, formulas,
> techniques and concepts to immediately and effectively apply in your
> day-to-day activities and longer term KM planning initiatives.
> Knowledge Economics Summit Event Web
> Logistics and Registration
> The Knowledge Economics Summit will be Monday and Tuesday, July 29/30,
> 2002 in San Francisco, California USA, from 8am-5pm.
> The venue is:
> The California Room
> Mark Hopkins Inter-Continental Hotel
> Number One Nob Hill, 999 California Street
> San Francisco, California 94108 USA
> Tel: +1 415 392 3434, Fax: +1 415 421 3302
> E-mail: SanFrancisco@interconti.com
> Secure, online registration is required. This event will reach
> capacity quickly. Tuition covers event costs, including materials,
> refreshments, meals, equipment and related expenses.
> Knowledge Economics Summit Secure Online Registration
> The KM Cluster Knowledge Economics Summit is open to all.
> Pre-registration online is required. Unlike expensive mega-conferences (019)
> and hype-fueled vendor seminars, participation is keep small to
> maximize productive interactions.
> All participants are identified. Follow-up interaction and ongoing
> collaboration among participants and event leaders is encouraged and
> For secure, online registration visit:
> Edward Swanstrom
> Global Knowledge Economics Council
> John Maloney
> Knowledge Management Cluster
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