April 21 Luncheon – Being Remembered: Building an Enduring Organization Through Knowledge Management

  • 21 Apr 2016
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Seasons 52, Galleria, 4410 Westheimer Road


  • A member who registers for the event by April 15.
  • A member who registers for the event after April 15.
  • Includes:
    - 3 minutes at the event to speak to the group
    - One table (if requested) or option of placing marketing materials at each person’s seat
    - Listing on event site
    - Listing on promotional materials
    - One seat during the luncheon

Registration is closed

Your association needs knowledge management to endure and to help develop your members as future leaders. Knowledge management captures good ideas and hard-earned lessons learned so you can use them later — the hard part is making it happen.

Building the habits and procedures that make this knowledge management possible isn’t easy, but it doesn’t have to take herculean effort.

In this presentation by speaker Linda Baldwin, Senior Managing Director of Consulting with Access Sciences, you’ll learn:

- How to identify quick wins you can use now to start you on the right path

- How to get people on board and make the changes stick

- Basic change management practices to get your members aligned with a new way of doing things

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