Organizations across the globe have adopted Knowledge Aware and are using this approach to capture, share, and reuse knowledge more effectively. Companies are achieving great benefits that are positively affecting their bottom line. As a result, this approach is consistently gaining attention across the globe.
On September 28-29, 2020, the International Knowledge Aware Association (IKAA) is hosting a virtual Knowledge Aware Conference to teach others about the Knowledge Aware approach and how to adopt it within their organizations. Presenters from Spirit AeroSystems, the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), Auros LLC, Caterpillar, General Motors, ZFTRW Automotive, and other organizations will be sharing how they have successfully used the Knowledge Aware approach.
“People return year after year, and this year while going virtual, it’s going to be just as great if not better than before,” said Jeff Moffa, IKAA Board Member and CEO/President of Auros LLC. “People will be able to connect with peers who are also adopting this approach, they will be able to ask questions, dig deeper into topics, and engage in presentations in a whole new way.”
Like many other virtual conferences happening this year, there will be new opportunities to network with peers, ask questions, gain better understanding, and engage in presentations. A Knowledge Aware Conference tradition, the Cool K-PAC Competition, is still taking place, which puts users and companies against each other as they present their unique knowledge packets and compete for the “Cool K-PAC” title and a year of bragging rights.
During this virtual conference, the IKAA will also announce its plans to release a Knowledge Aware accreditation program to the public in 2021.
To learn more about the Knowledge Aware Conference and to register, please visit KAConference.org.