The Knowledge Management Challenge - Workshop Review

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American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
AAPG/EAGE/SEG/SPE “The Knowledge Management Challenge” Workshop took place from 16-17 November 2016 at the Yas Island Rotana Hotel, Abu Dhabi.

This workshop was dedicated to capturing best practices and lessons learned in the field of knowledge management, especially in the context of a changing oil market. The workshop provided both experienced practitioners and those new to the field with an essential update on best practices, relevant case studies and lessons learned, as well as practical tools and techniques to help ensure the success of KM initiatives within upstream organizations.

34 industry professionals from 6 countries attended the workshop to network with peers and colleagues and to learn about the industry’s knowledge management challenges. 11 presentations took place, representing a combination of 7 different companies and academic institutions.

The technical program covered the following topics:
  • Upstream Knowledge Challenge - "Knowledge at Risk to Lose and Its Business Impact" Qualitative vs. Quantitative
  • Knowledge Mapping
  • Best Practice Tools in the Upstream: Community of Practice (CoP), Knowledge Retention, Transfer, Content Management, Collaboration and Technology
  • Open Discussion (Case Studies)

Highlights included very productive breakout sessions and open panel discussions with active participation from the workshop delegates and also an inaugural keynote speech delivered by Sa’id Al Hajri from Saudi Aramco.

We would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank Saudi Aramco as the Platinum Sponsor and all the attendees for joining us at the workshop. For details of upcoming AAPG, EAGE, SEG and SPE events please visit the AAPG, EAGE, SEG and SPE Events Calendar.

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