Iknow LLC, a worldwide leader in knowledge management consulting, has been selected as the exclusive sponsor of the APQC’s 2017 Knowledge Management Conference in Houston, Texas.
We are in the midst of a technology tsunami that has major implications for knowledge workers and the KM programs that support them. The APQC’s 2017 KM Conference is a chance to explore these changes and investigate how they will affect enterprise knowledge strategies, assets, and processes. This year’s conference will focus on the big-picture trends that will transform how people interact and work gets done. The conference will bring together leading KM practitioners to share lessons learned and discuss how new ideas and technology are transforming the field.
Dr. Bernard L. Palowitch, Jr., Iknow’s President and CEO, noted that “Iknow is honored to have been selected as the sole sponsor of the APQC’s 2017 Knowledge Management Conference. APQC’s extensive history in the knowledge management domain has earned it a leading role in providing knowledge-related best practices, lessons learned, and advisory services. We admire the work that the APQC does for KM practitioners across commercial, government, and nonprofit sectors and we are proud to support the conference and the exchange of KM leading practices.”
Carla O’Dell, APQC’s CEO and Board Chair, said “We are thrilled to be working with Iknow as the exclusive sponsor of 2017 Knowledge Management Conference. There’s a strong alignment between our two organizations’ commitments to promoting knowledge sharing and knowledge management excellence throughout the world. We look forward to having Iknow’s support in helping our audience get the most out of their knowledge management programs.”
The conference and pre-conference workshops will be held April 24-28, 2017, at The Westin Hotel Memorial City in Houston, TX. Visit www.apqc.org/kmconf17/logistics for online hotel reservations and more information.
The APQC is the world’s foremost authority on benchmarking, best practices, and process and performance improvement. The APQC partners with more than 500 member organizations worldwide in all industries. The APQC’s unique structure as a member-based nonprofit makes it a differentiator in the marketplace.