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Kansas City "Mid-America" Chapter of the Knowledge Management Institute Established

Kansas City "Mid-America" Chapter of the Knowledge Management Institute Established

KANSAS CITY, MO -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 04/20/06 -- The recently established Kansas City "Mid-America" Chapter of the Knowledge Management Institute will hold its membership kickoff meetings on May 2-3. The chapter is the first Midwestern Chapter of KMI and the only U.S. chapter west of the Mississippi. The Knowledge Management Institute focuses on educating managers and leaders in the broad discipline of knowledge management.

The Kansas City chapter of the Knowledge Management Institute will be holding two chapter kickoff meetings on Tuesday, May 2nd from 6-8 pm. and on Wednesday, May 3rd from 12-2 pm. at the Kauffman Foundation Conference Center, 4801 Rockhill Road, Kansas City, MO.

The featured speaker for these two meetings will be Douglas Weidner of the Knowledge Management Institute. Mr. Weidner is one of the world's foremost authorities on Knowledge Management. His topic will be "Demystifying Knowledge Management." Mr. Weidner will introduce you to some low/no-budget powerful practical techniques to improve your organization's knowledge processes.

If you would like to attend this meeting please contact Debbie Couch @ [email protected] or call 913-262-6500 ext. 2014.

What is the Knowledge Management Institute? The U.S. economy is undergoing a transformation to a knowledge economy in which the effective application of knowledge will drive future business / government success. Understanding how to manage knowledge processes to drive innovation will be a key factor in the success of all future business and government organizations. The Knowledge Management Institute focuses on educating managers and leaders in the broad discipline of knowledge management.

The Kansas City Chapter is led by Kate Buckley of the Triple-i Corporation who is Triple-i's Knowledge Management Practice director and is a key team member of The U.S. Army's Battle Command Knowledge System.

Membership in the KC chapter of the Knowledge Management Institute is free and new members can register by visiting http://www.kminstitute.org/kansascitychapter.html.

Contact:

Davis Loupe
Knowledge Management Institute - Kansas City Chapter
913-262-6500 ext. 2033
Email Contact

http://www.kminstitute.org/kansascitychapter.html.

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