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KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT BOOT CAMP
An Effective KM Environment:  Making It Happen
Cafritz Conference Center, George Washington University (Foggy Bottom Metro
Stop)
Washington, DC
September 27-28, 2004
www.digitalgovernment.com

A well-executed, vibrant knowledge management environment is increasingly
vital to the ability of agencies to manage their infrastructures and execute
their missions. A team of experts led by Dr. Ramon Barquin (co-founder of
The Data Warehousing Institute and Chair of the E-Gov Knowledge Management
Conferences) will teach you how.

Learn how to design, develop, and operate an integrated Federal KM
environment of tools, processes, and people, in order to reap the benefits
of KM while avoiding the pitfalls. A well-crafted scenario will be utilized
to discuss key KM methods, and to demonstrate commercial tools performing
critical KM functions.

* Knowledge Management Framework - Understand the key concepts of KM and a
framework for doing in a Federal environment.  Ramon C. Barquin, President,
Barquin International.

* The People Dimension - Receive a practical understanding of how to master
the dynamics of organizational culture, communication and collaboration for
a successful KM implementation.  Michael D. Kull, President, AMPLIFI

* The Technology Dimension - Understand the full spectrum of KM tools and
how to use them;
Geoff P. Malafsky, President, TECHi2

* Putting It All Together - Learn how to address the key factors in
deploying a KM environment in an organizational setting.  Ramon C. Barquin,
Michael D. Kull and Geoffrey P.  Malafsky

Sponsored by:
Digital Government Institute, LLC, Barquin International, Council for
Excellence in Government, George Washington University, GSA Federal Supply
Service and GSA Federal Technology Service.

Knowledge Management Workbench Participating Companies TBA

4 Easy Ways to Register:
Online:  www.digitalgovernment.com
By Phone:  202-624-1762
By Fax:  202-624-1766
By Mail:  DGI c/o Meeting Management Services (MMS), 1201 New Jersey Ave.,
NW, Washington, DC  20001

Registration Fee:
$795 - Government, with payment by credit card or check in advance
$995 - Industry, with payment by credit card or check in advance
Group discounts available.

Digital Government Institute, LLC, 6213 Crathie Lane, Bethesda, MD  20816

Glynis Long
US Small Business Administration
202 205 6678
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fax: 202 481 2139

409 3rd St. SW
Washington, DC 20416

METRO:  blue/orange
"Fed Center"  (it's next to CAPITOL SOUTH)
Exit: escalator (in the corner of our building)
RIGHT turn
CENTER of Building, glass revolving doors
INFORMATION CENTER will call upstairs.