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[ba-unrev-talk] KM Cluster Spring 2002

This bulletin is the announcement and your early registration
invitation for the San Francisco and Silicon Valley Knowledge Management
(KM) Cluster [http://kmcluster.com] Spring 2002 event on Thursday, March 28,
2002.    (01)

The Spring 2002 KM Cluster event will be held at the SF State University
Downtown Campus Conference Center, Room 304, 3rd Floor, 425 Market Street @
Fremont Street, San Francisco, California, USA, from 8:30am-5:00pm.    (02)

The Spring 2002 Theme is "Collaborative Knowledge Networks."
http://www.kmcluster.com/pdfs_docs/CKN.pdf    (03)

Secure, on-line registration is now open.
https://www.kmcluster.com/secureorderform.htm    (04)

Please forward this message to colleagues concerned with KM, electronic
collaboration and communities of practice.    (05)

What is the KM Cluster?    (06)

The Knowledge Management Cluster is a business community-of-practice
focused on knowledge management and electronic collaboration. The KM Cluster
has operated continuously since 1998.    (07)

KM Cluster Benefits:    (08)

By providing a KM venue for people, processes and technologies, the KM
Cluster fosters collaboration between business communities, thought leaders
and technologists.    (09)

KM Cluster participants may expect the following benefits:    (010)

- Interaction with local KM and collaboration experts
- Access to future-focused KM technologies and practices
- Participation in a thriving community of practice    (011)

The Spring 2002 KM Cluster will reach capacity quickly. The number of
participants is kept low to maximize interaction. To register, click on the
link below.    (012)

There is a small registration fee to cover room rental, equipment,
refreshments, luncheon and other expenses. The KM Cluster is vendor-agnostic
and draws support only from participants.    (013)

KM Cluster - Secure eRegistration:
https://www.kmcluster.com/secureorderform.htm    (014)

In addition to the KM Cluster Spring 2002 event, please find below related
KM and community announcements and events:    (015)

Groove:    (016)

The KM Cluster uses Groove 1.3 for community collaboration. Features include
calendars, file sharing, discussion, and chat. For an invitation to the KM
Cluster Spring 2002 Shared Space, please send a message to contact
"KMCluster" from Groove.    (017)

If you don't have Groove, you can download it from
http://www.groove.net/downloads/groove. It's free, elegant and powerful.    (018)

Sponsored & Recommended Events:    (019)

"Improving Business Performance  A Systems Thinking Approach"
[http://www.hps-inc.com/Business/ImpBusPerformance.htm]    (020)

March 18, 19, 20, 2002, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, California. This hands-on
workshop equips you with a Systems Thinking framework, language, method and
tools for improving the performance of your organization. It is an excellent
follow-on to the Winter KM Cluster, "Simulation and KM."    (021)

See you at the Spring 2002 KM Cluster!    (022)

John    (023)

John Maloney
AIM: jheuristic
WWW: http://kmcluster.com
Email: jmaloney@kmcluster.com    (024)