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Dec 15 2009

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KA Connect 2010 – what happens in Chicago, won’t stay in Chicago

Sometimes I get invitations for events that are just irrelevant to me. Other times I get invitations that sound brilliant. The latest, from Christopher Parsons at Knowledge Architecture (post), definitely falls into the latter category.

Knowledge Architecture will be hosting KA Connect 2010, a knowledge management conference for the architecture, engineering and construction industry on 8-9 April 2010. The only problem for me is that it will be in Chicago, so it is unlikely that I will be able to attend (anyone fancy sponsoring me to attend?), let alone speak. However, maybe some UK or European-based AEC collaboration vendors might take up the opportunity to share their experiences with and learn from their US counterparts.

I love the idea of 40 talks in two days all focused on knowledge management, integrated project delivery, BIM and collaboration in the AEC sector, and it also includes a Pecha Kucha session. For those unable to attend, I’m hoping Christopher manages to capture some of the highlights and share them online – or maybe one (or more) of the attendees will blog about or Twitter from the conference?

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  1. Louis Guénette

    I checked the Knowledge Architecture website and I was quite disappointed to see that their site was almost as Web 1.0 as it could be. It has almost no content, no interaction, etc. and the company claims to be a tech consultant company, they would have a hard time convincing me!!!

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