One week later, we are still reflecting upon the 2009 KPM Symposium that took place on the OU Tulsa campus August, 12th and 13th. We want to take a little space here to acknowledge both new and old friends and publicly thank them for their knowledge sharing. Hit "read more" to see our list!
Thanks to Dr. Betsy Martens for inviting us to speak on the Innovation Track of the 2009 KPM Symposium. Thanks to all the Symposium attendees for the warm welcome extended to us.
Please find below the resources and links we used in our presentation:
We are preparing a presentation for this year's KPM (Knowledge and Project Management) Symposium at the University of Oklahoma-Tulsa campus in August. We've been assigned to the business innovators and incubators presenters group. According to my professors I'm a "serial" entrepreneur. Better that than serial something else! However, I wish KMRM was further "incubated." Birthing is ALWAYS difficult, although rewarding.
The word "communication" seems an unusual thread for an entire 2-day symposium addressing the latest research and methods for a combined knowledge and project management initiative. I'm never sure whether it's because of my experience in mass communication, my belief that knowledge management is really communication management, or just because I love to communicate with others... that I am hypersensitive to when someone "throws out" the word "communication" in their presentation.