Maureen Hammer, AAHR/BCO presents "Lessons Learned from a Departing CKO" at the Knowledge Management Conference @930gov 2016.
Federal, State and Local Knowledge Management professionals have been working on turning information into knowledge since the 1990’s. The need for government to learn, innovate, adapt and change continues to grow in importance. Knowledge Management can be a key driver for positive change and should be used to solve agency problems and help agencies perform better. By implementing and enhancing KM strategies, government agencies can more effectively collect, organize, preserve, share and analyze data and institutional knowledge to benefit current and future projects. These benefits would result in improved communications, operations, decision making and agency mission capabilities.
As the Knowledge Management discipline continues to evolve across government, KM professionals will meet at DGI's September conference to network and share their respective experiences to improve decision making and improve government operations. During this one day free program Civilian Agency and DoD KM professionals review KM, BI, DW and Big Data strategies, solutions and tools for improved business operations and decision-support.
The 2017 Knowledge Management Conference will be held in conjunction with Digital Government Institute's 5th annual 930gov Conference, Tradeshow and Training Symposium. 930gov is a fiscal year-end strategy exchange bringing together Government IT, program management, acquisition professionals and their teams to review FY2018 plans and explore new opportunities.
Registration is FREE and Knowledge Management Conference attendees will have access to all 930gov sessions and technical communities.
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