Knowledge & Information Professional Association Conference (KIPA Conference)**

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The Knowledge & Information Professional Association Conference (KIPA Conference), successor of the Knowledge and Project Management Symposium (KPM), is an annual event dedicated to bridging the gap between theory and practice by bringing together knowledge management researcher, academician and practitioners to discuss, improve, and extend knowledge management efforts extant in any thriving organization. The conference is presented by the Knowledge & Information Professional Association (KIPA) and hosted by the University of North Texas, College of Information.

Conference History:

(CANCELLED) 2017 KIPA Annual Conference, April 14-15, 2017, Denton, Texas, USA
(Host: College of Information, University of North Texas)

    Alternative event for April 2017: Multidisciplinary Information Research Symposium 2017, April 13, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, USA | Symposium Theme: Data Curation and Visualization | Jointly Organized by UNT College of Information, UNT ASIS&T Student Chapter, and KIPA); The 2016 KIPA Annual Conference scheduled for April 8-9, 2016, was cancelled

2015 KIPA Annual Conference, March 6-7, 2015, Denton, Texas, USA
Sub-title:KIPA Annual Meeting & Conference on Knowledge Management
(Host: College of Information, University of North Texas)

    Plenary Talks:
    Creating Knowledge with Big Data and Analytics
    3rd Generation Knowledge Management and Beyond
    Innovations in Onsite and Online Learning Spaces
    Knowledge Management in R&D Organizations

    Session Talks:
    The Great Crew Change
    Using Knowledge Management Principles to Develop the Next
    Generation of Academic Library Leadership
    Storytelling: The Swiss Army® Knife of Knowledge Management
    A Big Picture Overview of Knowledge and Information Management in the Legal Arena
    From Data to Knowledge, From Local to Global, the Research Questions for Information Professionals
    The Information Seeking Behavior of Individual Investors in Saudi Arabia
    Project Identification: The Missing Member of the Project Life-Cycle
    Establishing Image Attributes for Designing a Visual Knowledge Infrastructure through Analyzing Medical Image Users’ Classifying Behavior
    Knowledge Management Frameworks for Managing Work Processes in Global Contexts
    Research Data Management Services: Context, Opportunities, and Implications
    Collaborative Information Seeking Behavior: An Ethnographic Research in Technical Support Setting
    Big Data Visualization as Storytelling: A Means-Ends Chain Approach
    Identifying Key Success Factors for the implementations of Enterprise Content Management Systems
    Information seeking behavior of members of Kuwait National Assembly
    Digital Youth: Technologically Savvy but not Literate
    A Content Analysis and Study of the 2000-2009 Electronic Dissertations at UNT

    KIPA Business Meeting

    Knowledge Café / Round Tabe Talk (Mar 7)

KIPA Knowledge Management Track and Annual Meeting (KIPA-KM), October 11, 2013, Oklahoma State University, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
(in conjunction with the Tulsa Tech Fest 2013; Host: Spears School of Business, Oklahoma State University)

    Knowledge Management in the evolution of Medical Practice-based Learning and Improvement
    Knowledge Management Orientation: Making collaboration and sharing the fabric of an organization’s culture
    Ten Unsolved Problems in Knowledge Management
    Building a Vision for Knowledge Management

    Universities investing in undergraduate and graduate level Knowledge Management programs: Hear from North Texas University, Lipscomb University and the University of Oklahoma.

    KIPA Annual Meeting

Knowledge and Project Management Symposium (KPM)

The Knowledge and Project Management Symposium (KPM) is an annual event held in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area that is dedicated to finding real-world synergies between the evolving discipline of Knowledge Management and the projects within an organization. The conference is presented by the Knowledge & Information Professional Association (KIPA), formerly the Green Country Knowledge and Information Professionals (GC-KIP) society, the Project Management Institute (PMI), Tulsa Chapter, and is hosted by one of it’s university partners. 1)

Conference History:

(CANCELLED) 7th KPM Symposium 2012

6th KPM Symposium 2011, July 26-27, 2011, Oklahoma State University, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
(Host: Spears School of Business, Oklahoma State University)

    Project Management as a Strategic Competency
    Business Value from Knowledge Management: Sharing Our KM Measurement Experience

    3rd Generation Knowledge Management … and Beyond!
    ITIL and Knowledge Management … Do The Two Belong in the Same Sentence?
    The Professionalization of Knowledge Management
    Sports and Knowledge Analytics: A View from Behind the Foul Pole
    Connecting Knowledge Workers in an Oil and Gas Company
    Schools Subtle Shifts: Looking at Innovation and Communication – Part 1+2
    Knowledge Management Implementation – Anyone Can Do It!
    Understanding and Changing Employee Knowledge Sharing Attitudes and Behaviors
    Managing Knowledge in a Global Network
    Practice-Based Learning and Improvement
    Applying Knowledge Management to Improve Community Health
    Business Intelligence – Getting Out of the CLOUDs and Achieving Practical Results
    You Can’t Always Get What You Want: Identifying Practical Ways to Get the Right Information

    Round Tables:
    Showing ROI for Knowledge Management

5th KPM Symposium 2010, August 4-5, 2010, University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
(Host: Collins College of Business, University of Tulsa)

    Practical Actions and the “Secret Sauce” for Killer Knowledge Management
    Why Knowledge Management Matters
    Smoke, Mirrors and Alligator Shoes: The Corruption of Corporate America
    Creating a Knowledge Management Vision at PricewaterhouseCoopers
    Knowledge Management and Organizational Capacity
    Managing and Transferring Organizational Knowledge on Projects
    Knowledge Management for Continuity of Operations Planning: Building Resilience into Business as Usual with Knowledge Management
    Spaceflight Lessons in Knowledge Management
    The Consequences of Organizational Isolation
    Knowledge Services at PricewaterhouseCoopers
    Leveraging Social Capital to Increase Knowledge Sharing
    The Complete Project Manager
    Use of Knowledge Management Principles in Leading a Global R&D Organization
    Knowledge Discovery for Business Intelligence

4th KPM Symposium 2009, August 12-13, 2009, University of Oklahoma, Tulsa, USA
(Host: School of Library & Information Studies, University of Oklahoma)

    Optimize Knowledge Sharing with Zen and Systems Thinking
    Lessons Learned (and Forgotten) from Apollo 13

    Leading the Knowledge Management Process
    PMP Prep Course Preview
    Use of Statistically Improbable Phrases to Enhance Semantic Search
    Project Management – Continuous Learning at Williams Midstream
    Clarifying the Organizational Impacts of Knowledge Loss
    Maintaining Project Vision
    Utilizing Enterprise 2.0 in Knowledge Management
    Applying PM Techniques to Non-Project Needs
    An Introduction to Knowledge Management
    Charters and Diagrams and Artifacts…Oh My!
    Ethical Issues in Knowledge Sharing
    The TCPI Indicator: Transforming Project Performance
    Inventing OnlineMedSource
    Thinking and Rethinking Library 2.0
    Promap Process Mapping & Redesign
    Project Patterns
    Thriving in Challenging Times: Managing Change with Zen Open-minded Mindfulness
    Effective Project Management is 80% Art and 20% Science
    Microsoft Project: Scope, Schedule, Cost and Risk
    Expertise Transfer System: A knowledge capture and transfer capability
    Managing Knowledge in Projects
    Managing Organizational Knowledge: Practical Knowledge Management
    From Ideas to Projects: The Ontology of Project Management
    7 Habits of Highly Effective project Managers

    Innovation in Oklahoma
    Facing the Fear of Knowledge Sharing

3rd KPM Symposium 2008, August 18-20, 2008, University of Oklahoma, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
(Host: School of Library & Information Studies, University of Oklahoma)

    Knowledge: The Aerospace Industry’s Competitive Edge in a Global Economy
    Project Management is driven by processes

    Managing Knowledge Using the Tools and Techniques of Project Management

    TRACK: Introduction to Project Management
    Project Management Fundamentals
    PMP Prep Course Teaser

    Special Session:
    Information Needs for the Next Generation of Medical Education: Health Informatics as a Core Component of The University of Oklahoma’s School of Community Medicine

    TRACK: Knowledge Management Initiatives and Implementations
    The Reality of Implementing SharePoint as a Company-Wide Portal
    Managing Email Overload in Organizations: Research Opportunities and Recent Results
    Knowledge Management 101: What Goes in Does Not Necessarily Come Out (Practical Ways to Enable Knowledge Digestion within the Organization)
    The Changing Faces of Knowledge Management: New Competencies, New Contributions, New Strategies
    Tulsa Police Department Knowledge Retention Policy 2.0 – A Fresh Start

    TRACK: Rethinking Project Management
    Right-Brain Project Management: Two Brains Are Better Than One
    Master the Obvious! 5 1/2 Principles Every PM Needs
    Start Small, Scale Up
    Knowledge Integration in Project Teams: Improving the Effectiveness and Efficiency of Heterogeneous Team Collaborations
    Project Duration Forecasting …a comparison of EVM methods to Earned Schedule
    Project Behavior and Project Lessons Learned: Inputs to and Implications for Knowledge Management

    TRACK: Information & Knowledge Management (Research)
    Determinants of Perceived Customer-Centrism in Managing Information and Knowledge about Customers
    Knowledge Management Focus on Minor Failures in Complex Systems
    The Practice of Instrument Validation in Information Science Research
    Knowledge Sharing and Knowledge Transfer Practices
    Development of the Project Manager Leadership Skills Inventory (PMLSI): Necessary Leadership Skills for Project Success

    TRACK: The Value of Indigenous Knowledge
    Legal Intersections and Diversions: The Challenge for American Indians of Protecting Legal Rights, Honored Traditions, and Sacred Knowledge in the 21st Century
    Managing’ Indigenous Knowledge: Prospecting, Prospects, and Projections
    Intellectual Property and Traditional Cultural Expressions

    TRACK: Student Projects
    The comPADRE Digital Library
    Open Journal System
    Emotional Intelligence and Knowledge Sharing
    Evaluating Science Websites for Academic Purposes

    Digital Libraries
    Neighborhood Knowledge: Involving the Community in Planning
    Information Literacy Education as a Foundation for Library Planning
    Civic & Community Engagement – A Cross Sector of Knowledge Management
    Strategic Intelligence
    Collaborative Applied Research for Non Profit Service Effectiveness
    Information & Knowledge Transfer in a Family-Owned Business
    Organizational Dynamics Revisited: What Have We Learned So Far?
    Achieving Cyberspace Situational Awareness for the Enterprise

2nd KPM Symposium 2007, October 3-4, 2007, Oklahoma State University, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
(Host: Spears School of Business, Oklahoma State University)

    Opening Sessions:
    Educating for the Future: The Challenges and Opportunities of Starting New Academic Programs
    The Practical Approach to Retaining Organizational Knowledge, Projects Meet Knowledge Management
    The Illusion of Project Metrics—A Decision Maker’s Mirage Or The David Copperfield Effect
    Keeping the Culture

    Track 1A
    Retaining/Transferring Organizational Knowledge at the Tulsa Police Department
    Presenting Matters: Highly Effective Knowledge Transfer
    Projects and Customer Knowledge: Why Projects Fail or Succeed?
    Project Team Identity: Isolating Windows of Opportunity for Promoting Project Temporal Success

    Track 1B
    Stealing Success: Adopting and Adapting Proven Tools to Build PM and PMO Services
    Searching for Knowledge in the Neighborhood: A Case Study in Community Planning
    Earned Schedule: An Emerging Enhancement to Earned Value Management
    Introduction of Agile

    Group Session
    Managing Knowledge in the Project Environment
    Management by Project (MBP): The Future of Project-Focused Work

    Track 2A
    Knowledge Literacy and Library Instruction
    Lean Front Office: Streamlining the Field to Factory Process!
    Discovering Knowledge Through Data and Text Mining

    Track 2B
    Applications for Preservation and Production in our Digital World
    Applied Home-Based Employment: A case study of specialty physicians and supporting staff providing superior patient care in a telemedicine/remote work environment
    Knowledge Management Issues in National Animal Identification Programs

    Track 3A
    Social Capital Theory as Competitive Advantage
    Project Management Certification Criterion as a Predictor of Hiring Success
    Applying Emotional Intelligence to Teams and Projects

    Track 3B
    Knowledge Management in a Professional Services Organization: Managing Intellectual Assets during the Consulting Project Life Cycle
    Fort “NOx” – Results of a Knowledge Management Effort at John Zink Co. LLC
    Project Management Graphics: An Experimental Comparison

    Track 4A
    Semantic Limitations of the Semantic Web: What Does Semantics in “Semantic Web” Mean?
    Going Home: The Evolution of the Management of Work Leading to the Return of Home-Based Employment by Creating an Environment of Trust via Workforce Performance Management Systems
    Integrating Information Life Cycles

    Track 4B
    Intellectual Capital Best Practices: All I Need to Know About I Learned in Kindergarten
    Process and Knowledge Management at Williams Exploration and Production

KMP Workshop, May 3, 2006, Tusla, Oklahoma, USA
(Host: Spears School of Business, Oklahoma State University)

    Collaborative Project Management and Intellectual Bandwidth
    Intra- and inter-personal skills required by project managers and team participants
    Retaining Project Knowledge: Knowledge Management Meets Project Management
    From Idea to Reality: Building The Tulsa Police Department Resource Center
    Organizational Learning and Projects
    Management-by-Project and Streamlined Earned Value Management
    GCKIP Reception

    Note: This was the 4th in a series of GCKIP Knowledge Management workshops, the initial event for the KMP Symposium.

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