Transforming your Structure to be Relevant in a Knowledge World

Thursday, August 20, 2009, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m., Microsoft, 201 Jones Rd., Sixth Floor, Waltham, MA 02451. Directions

SPEAKER: Jack Vinson, Consultant, P3 Consulting Group (probable - topic will be discussed anyway in the event that Jack has an unexpected conflict)

TOPIC: This is intended to be an open discussion at the meeting.  We will kick things off with some thoughts, inspired by Art Murray’s KMWorld articles on An Opportunity for Real Change (parts 1 and 2).  The idea behind these articles and our discussion will be the structure(s) needed for knowledge management to make sense in our organizations as we move ahead.–53113.aspx,-Part-2–53568.aspx

BIOGRAPHY: Jack Vinson has had a varied career with roles ranging from traditional chemical engineering (PhD discipline) to internal consulting to teaching to product management to consulting.  Jack’s current interests lie in knowledge management and Theory of Constraints as applied to organizations as well as what individuals can do to improve their own practices.  He’s currently a consultant with P3 Consulting Group, where the focus is on helping companies align their internal processes with their goals in the marketplace.

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