Knowledge & Information Management for Oil & Gas (KIM Europe)

Venue: The Marcliffe Hotel and Spa,

Location: Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Apr 12, 2011 End Date/Time: Apr 13, 2011
Registration Date: Apr 11, 2011
Early Registration Date: Apr 11, 2011
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Knowledge & Information Management for Oil & Gas
12 - 13 April, 2011, The Marcliffe Hotel and Spa, Aberdeen, Scotland

Capture, protect and enhance your company's most valuable asset: knowledge
Many organisations still fail to realise the potential of knowledge as an asset and as such, they are already at a disadvantage when compared to rivals who have invested the time and resources to maximise knowledge sharing. With so much information available, the opportunity to deliver real change, increase productivity, reduce costs and implement organisational change is really not an option, it is a necessity.
The Knowledge and Information Management for Oil and Gas conference will equip you with the tools to implement and update your KIM strategy. Delivering real-world case-studies and providing you with the most up-to-date information, you cannot afford to miss this opportunity to uncover next generation KIM thinking and maximise the results from your most valuable asset.
Join us at KIM for Oil & Gas as we:
• Explore the latest developments within KIM thinking and hear from industry as they discuss their successful KIM strategies
• Discover the essential points necessary for establishing a highly effective knowledge management chain
• Ensure that knowledge is processed, distributed and utilised in the most effective way possible to maximise the efficiency of KIM flow
• Overcome the problems of knowledge transfer and examine the best methods for retaining this most valuable of assets
• Navigate the new possibilities of social media and Enterprise 2.0 for the effective transfer of knowledge between divisions
• Examine how KIM is crucial for optimal asset integrity management
• Maximise KIM efficiency by using the latest monitoring and reporting techniques in order to keep track of successes and failures and rectifying the process where necessary
• Uncover the latest technology available in to reduce the time spent storing and recovering data and invest the time saved in improving workforce productivity
Who should attend?
• Head of IT / CIO
• Head of Knowledge Management
• Head of Upstream Systems
• Head of Data Systems
• IT / IS Director
• Head of Information Strategy
• Head of Information Management
• Data/Information/Business/Technical Architect
• Records Manager

Book your place today and receive 10% off with registration code KIMUKDL

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Call Gary Heavey on +44 (0)20 7368 9728