Knowledge & Information Management for Oil & Gas USA

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Drive growth, manage risk and maximize production through effective knowledge management


As a KIM professional, you have just emerged from the worst economic downturn in history, and recently witnessed the largest oil spill in US history be attributed to a massive process failure.

Now is your chance to step into the spotlight and to show your organisation just how influential KIM can be in driving growth, managing risk and retaining margins.

In order to do that you’re going to need the latest tools and techniques, as well as the skills to strategically manage human capital, organizational change, and enterprise transformation.

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Knowledge & Information Management for Oil & Gas USA

  1. 1. Register and pay before 15th October 2010 and save up to $300 KNOWLEDGE Leverage your company’s AND INFORMATION most valuable asset to MANAGEMENT drive growth, manage risk FOR OIL AND GAS and maximize production Up-to-the minute insight from the oil & gas industry’s leading Knowledge and Information Management experts including: Rich Schmidt VP & CIO Shell Projects and Technology Fred Kunzinger Sr. Manager, Global Data Management, Hess Corporation Susan Rosenbaum Director, Knowledge Management Schlumberger Omni Houston Hotel at Westside, Houston, Texas Main Conference: December 8th & 9th 2010 Jim Kochan Post-Conference Masterclass: December 10th 2010 Knowledge Management Consultant ConocoPhillips Get timely and critical updates from: Mary Jensen • Shell on maturing IM in a large enterprise to improve overall performance Director of Knowledge Management Baker Hughes and productivity Jill Lewis • ConocoPhillips on realising the full potential of social media tools to create Chair, Technical Standards Committee, a social network that measurably enhances knowledge transfer SEG OGP Liaison Chair Europe, Global Affairs Committee, SEG • Marathon Oil on facilitating knowledge flow to enable high-level business Troika International decisions and mitigate risk Dr. Walter A. Palen Operations Knowledge • Baker Hughes on cost-effective strategies for embedding a culture of data Management Consultant ownership to drive growth BP • BP on strategies for preparing for The Great Crew Change to maximize Steve Cooper competency development in the years ahead Chief Communications Officer Professional Petroleum Data • Chevron on using knowledge and information management technology Management Association to create sustainable deep business integration Reid G Smith, Enterprise Content Management Director Marathon Oil Dwight Cates, Knowledge Management Advisor Plus don’t miss our interactive hands-on Masterclass on December 10th Shell Projects and Technology Measure, monitor and manage your KIM system: Use metrics to assess Tom Young, Head of Knowledge Management, Knoco Ltd usability and improve organizational agility Christian Liipfert, former Programme Director, Led by Tom Young, Head of Knowledge Management, Knoco Ltd Global Information & Records, BP David Montgomery, former Head of Data Management and Continuous Improvement Beyond the Conference: access complimentary learning resources including RWE npower podcast interviews, feature articles, surveys and industry reports, along with Martin Delaney, Innovation Technology Leader references for further learning from Innovation Value Institute www.KIMOilandGasUSA.com
  2. 2. KNOWLEDGE AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT FOR OIL AND GAS Omni Houston Hotel at Westside, Houston, Texas Main Conference: December 8th & 9th 2010 Post-Conference Masterclass: December 10th 2010 Who should attend? • Head of IT / CIO • Head of Knowledge Management Dear Dear Knowledge Management Industry Professional, • Head of Upstream Systems As a KIM professional, you have just emerged from the worst economic downturn • Head of Data Systems in history, and recently witnessed the largest oil spill in US history be attributed to • IT / IS Director a massive process failure. Now is your chance to step into the spotlight and to show your • Head of Information Strategy organisation just how influential KIM can be in driving growth, managing risk and retaining • Records Manager margins. In order to do that you’re going to need the latest tools and techniques, as well as • Head of Information Management • Data/Information/Business/ the skills to strategically manage human capital, organizational change, and enterprise Technical Architect transformation. If your role is linked to Knowledge At this year’s Knowledge and Information Management for Oil and Gas conference, and Information Management, this taking place December 8-9 in Houston, you will learn how to use the tools you need to drive is the must-attend meeting of the year for you! improved performance through case studies that focus on the most value-driven, cost-effective and practical strategies for managing one of your company’s most valuable assets: knowledge and information. Event partnership opportunities Would your organisation benefit This year, you will hear brand new case studies from the industry’s most progressive from profiling at the Knowledge KM and IM leaders and learn how to: and Information Management for Achieve seamless knowledge transfer and integration Oil and Gas? Ensure effective IM provisions in supply chain contracts Attracting decision-making attendees Create meaningful applications and purposeful social networks from across the industry, this focused Apply the same management principles to KM and IM that are used to manage event will provide an excellent other corporate assets platform to initiate new business Understand the role of the Knowledge Manager in enterprise risk management relationships. Through tailored Identify and monitor your company’s most “at-risk” knowledge loss networking, sponsors can achieve Conduct an in-depth analysis of your company’s Information Management maturity face-to-face contact that crowded Benchmark your company’s KM performance against other leading enterprises trade shows cannot deliver. There Build and sustain a systemic KM approach are a range of sponsorship packages available that are tailor-made to You’ll hear the latest case studies from ConocoPhilips, Marathon Oil, Schlumberger, suit your business needs. For more Chevron and more on how to on manage your information assets on a global scale, build IM information please contact us on: accountability into corporate performance standards and truly move IM from a cost centre to Telephone: +44 (0) 207 368 9300 a strategic business enabler. KM and IM professionals know that organizations that fail to Email: sponsorship@iqpc.co.uk capitalize on knowledge and information management will suffer. Join us as we explore cutting-edge strategies, benchmark the latest technologies and analyse the oil and gas industry’s best practices in knowledge and information management. Don’t forget to sign u Please take the time to review the next few pages to find out how you can improve your for our practical p processes now, measurably heighten performance excellence and position your company for the challenges ahead. I look forward to seeing you there! masterclass when y register for the ou Best wishes conference. Places are Leslie Allen limited, so reserve you Director, KIM for Oil and Gas place today! r Telephone: Fax: Email: Visit: +1 646 378 6026 +1 646 378 6025 enquire@iqpc.co.uk www.kimoilandgasusa.com
  3. 3. Conference Day One Wednesday December 8th 2010 08:30 Registration and coffee 12:15 Networking lunch 09:00 Chair’s Opening Remarks 13:15 Maturing your Information Management programme: Shell’s 09:15 Realizing knowledge, information and data as a critical journey toward improving organisational agility corporate asset: Defining and measuring value • How to mature IM in a large enterprise: Identifying opportunities to improve • Apply the same management principles to data that are used to manage productivity, enable high-quality decisions and mitigate risk other corporate assets • Create a monitoring process that will ensure your KM system is being • Understand the impact of poor quality and incomplete data: inefficient routinely applied operations, missed opportunities, or legal issues arising from untracked • Conduct an IM healthcheck: defining the information resource, drawing obligations boundaries and prioritising and what can and should meaningfully be used • How can we assign a meaningful, industry accepted value to corporate data • Create a framework: drafting a statement of principles; setting policies so that it can be treated as an asset and included on the balance sheet of and IM standards; conducting an annual strategy review a corporation? Rich Schmidt, VP & CIO, Shell Projects and Technology • Leverage methodologies for identifying the most critical corporate data attributes and developing a value matrix from this 14:00 Riding the wave of Knowledge and Information Management • Establish data governance that leverages the deliverables from the PPDM Business Rules initiative to deliver a quantitative assessment of the overall maturity value of an organization’s data • Establish a culture of data ownership • Leverage IM for competitive advantage Steve Cooper, Chief Communications Officer • Address the KIM maturity model: how to keep the model in view as the Professional Petroleum Data Management Association business landscape changes 10:00 Promoting “Knowledge Harvesting” to minimize business Mary Jensen, Director of Knowledge Management,Baker Hughes disruption and maximize competency development in the years ahead 14:45 Afternoon refreshment and networking break • Identify and implement all of the key components of a KM program: How to conduct an audit of your company’s “Knowledge Harvesting” 15:15 What SLB have learned after over a decade of Knowledge • Create networks of excellence and enabling knowledge transfer to Management: Defining, implementing and sustaining maximise production knowledge management standards • Identify “at risk” knowledge areas including specific skills, experience • How Schlumberger moved beyond KM guidelines to realise the cultural, and relationships technical and business gains of KM • Demonstrate how to keep those areas from becoming knowledge vacuums • Move from KM strategy to reality: Supplying answers and establishing • Overcome knowledge retention challenges related to multidisciplinary expectations of KM standard behaviour project teams and integrated processes and supply chains • Raise awareness around the benefits of KM planning and the competitive • Create communities of practice (CoP), best-practice repositories or advantage of a KM culture after-action reviews • Tie knowledge sharing and knowledge use to daily business activities Dr. Walter A. Palen, Operations Knowledge Management Consultant, BP and behaviours Mary Jensen, Director of Knowledge Management, Baker Hughes Susan Rosenbaum, Director, Knowledge Management, Schlumberger Susan Rosenbaum, Director, Knowledge Management, Schlumberger 16:15 Integrating knowledge management into the enterprise: 11:00 Morning refreshment and networking break Making knowledge flow through knowledge connections 11:30 Breaking the mould to tackle process and information • Facilitate knowledge flow obtain the most value from KM programs: management improvement head on: Enabling total quality Why the upstream oil and gas industry needs this more than any other • Manage an information governance framework on a global scale: Maximize though developing an integrated data and process methodology business benefit and minimize risk • Create a strategy for data management and continuous improvement • Identify the IT tools that permit companies to “learn” what they already • Tackle both information and process improvement simultaneously: Uncovering the tools and techniques used to initiate and sustain a strategic know and promote knowledge flow focus on data management and continuous improvement • Attack on multiple fronts: Policies, roles & responsibilities, processes, • Enable total quality though developing an integrated data and process technology methodology Reid G Smith, Enterprise Content Management Director, Marathon Oil • How to start a company-wide cultural shift to ensure continuous Tim Stouffer, Technical Excellence Knowledge Manager, Marathon Oil improvement David Montgomery, former Head of Data Management and Continuous 17:00 Chair’s closing remarks and conference adjourns Improvement, RWE npower What Energy Industry attendees have been saying about our recent IM events: “The conference was the best yet! My congratulations to your “… interesting and interactive two days in which I learnt team for pushing the envelope and making the conference many new concepts and strategies and made valuable a “must attend” event!” Hess Corporation contacts along the way” Scottish Power About Oil & Gas IQ Oil & Gas IQ provides over 100 technical and strategic events across Europe, Asia, the US and the Middle East every year, educating almost 5,000 high-level executives annually. Through our website, enewsletter and conferences we seek to keep the industry in the know about the latest issues that affect your bottom line. Our members and delegates benefit from a culmination of 100% industry research and practical information and tools that solve critical everyday business problems. www.oilandgasiq.co.uk Telephone: Fax: Email: Visit: +1 646 378 6026 +1 646 378 6025 enquire@iqpc.co.uk www.kimoilandgasusa.com
  4. 4. Conference Day Two Thursday December 9th 2010 09:00 Chair’s Welcome • Unlock the potential behind your company’s knowledge and information by identifying the most useful corpuses of data… already at your fingertips 09:15 Creating purposeful collaborative networks to realise the full • etermine where knowledge management should sit in your D potential of social media tools organisation and how to leverage its benefits for your business • Leverage social media and collaborative tools to enhance knowledge sharing Fred Kunzinger, Sr. Manager, Global Data Management, Hess Corporation • Change the enterprise with collaborative software: how to organise, manage and lead in this new era Tom Young, Head of Knowledge Management, Knoco Ltd • Understand the dynamics of knowledge sharing by monitoring the functioning 13:45 BEasing the pain of ‘The Great Crew Change’: Enabling of existing communities knowledge transfer to solve tomorrow’s challenges today • Create meaningful applications and purposeful collaborative networks • KM strategies to mitigate The Great Crew Change using collaborative Jim Kochan, Knowledge Management Consultant, ConocoPhillips and communications technologies • Identify colleagues with the most relevant expertise and their specific 10:00 Managing KIM for business value: Practical strategies for lessons business managers • Use professional networking technologies to link assets to processes to • Identify business practices necessary for optimising the business value people of ‘knowledge’: Employing win-win investment thinking • Integrate social networking components (Wikis, blogs, forums, etc) into • Ensure business and KM excellence alignment: Understanding “closed loop new business processes management” • Run your KM program like a business: Strategically managing your Dwight Cates, Knowledge Sharing Advisor, Shell Projects and Technology resources 14:00 Afternoon refreshment and networking break • Use chargeback practices for KIM: Managing supply and demand and empowering your internal customers to truly achieve business value 14:30 Improving data management and reducing costs with Data Martin Delaney, Innovation Technology Leader, Innovation Value Institute Exchange Standards: Removing barriers to adoption to speed up results 10:45 Morning refreshment and networking break • New Standards SEGY Rev 1.1 and SEGD 3.0: Who sets the standards and whose responsibility is it to adopt them? 11:15 Creating deep business integration with knowledge sharing • Embedded positioning, meta-data, increased granularity systems • How SEGY can save money, deliver faster results and improve data • Use new knowledge sharing technologies to share knowledge and enrich management and value content created by others • Why is a adoption not automatic? • Secure executive level buy-in and building the business case for future Jill Lewis, Chair, Technical Standards Committee, SEG OGP Liaison Chair investment in information management projects Europe, Global Affairs Committee, SEG, Troika International • Use Sharepoint to reward knowledge-sharing • Realise the promise of social networks to enhance knowledge sharing 15:15 Minimizing risk, maximizing compliance: Information Tim Crowder, Knowledge Management Consultant, Chevron governance on a global scale • Identify opportunities to improve productivity, enable high-quality decisions 12:00 Networking lunch and mitigate risk 13:00 Create effective synergy between technology, people and • Determine organisational requirements for effectively governing information on a global scale processes: Critical considerations for an effective (and • Attack on multiple fronts: policies, roles & responsibilities, processes, technology sustained) cultural transformation • Deal with multiple stakeholders – business, legal, IT, etc • Discover how to apply fundamental management principles to KM and IM used to manage your other corporate assets Christian Liipfert, former Programme Director, Global Information & Records, • Identify the tools you need to define the information resource, draw BP boundaries and prioritise through the use of your company data 16:00 Chair’s Closing Remarks and Conference Ends Post-conference Masterclass Friday 10th December 2010 9:00 am to 12:30 pm Measure, monitor and manage your KIM system: Use metrics to assess usability and improve organizational agility • reate a KIM strategy: drafting a statement of principles; setting policies and data standards; conducting an annual data quality C strategy review • he future of data quality: applying web 2.0 and open source principles to data quality T • ommon KIM management issues and challenges, and their impact on the business C • uild and sustain a robust information management framework, what to avoid and applying best practice B • ow to measure the progress of implementing a data management roadmap, including the use of surveys, maturity models, H benefits management and assessing the performance of a company relative to others via benchmarking • ow to unlock the value of your km system H • reate a monitoring process that will ensure you km system is being routinely applied C • se metrics to assess how your km system is being used - and how it can be improved U Tom Young, Head of Knowledge Management, Knoco Ltd Telephone: Fax: Email: Visit: +1 646 378 6026 +1 646 378 6025 enquire@iqpc.co.uk www.kimoilandgasusa.com
  5. 5. KNOWLEDGE 5 easy ways to register AND INFORMATION Omni Houston Hotel at Westside, Houston, Texas Web: www.kimoilandgasusa.com MANAGEMENT Main Conference: December 8th & 9th 2010 Phone: +1 646 378 6026 Fax: +1 646 378 6025 FOR OIL AND GAS Post-Conference Masterclass: December 10th 2010 Email: enquire@iqpc.co.uk Registration Form Post: IQPC, 535 5th Avenue,8th Floor, New York, NY 10017 To speed registration, please provide the priority code located on the mailing label or in the box below. My registration code is PDFW TEAM DISCOUNTS Please contact our database manager on +44(0) 207 368 9300 or at database@iqpc.co.uk IQPC recognises the value of learning in teams. Groups of 3 or more quoting the registration code above to inform us of any changes or to remove your details. booking at the same time from the same company receive a 10% discount. 5 or more receive a 15% discount. 7 receive a 20% discount. Only one discount available per person. Team discounts are not applicable in conjunction with another discount. FREE ONLINE RESOURCE You will now find a variety of resources such as articles, news, podcasts and presentations available online. Many of these features are exclusive to IQPC so visit www.kimoilandgasusa.com today and learn something new for free. VENUE INFORMATION Venue: Omni Houston Hotel at Westside, 13210 Katy Freeway, Delegate Rates Houston, Texas 77079 Phone: (281) 558-8338 Fax: (281) 558-4028 ACCOMMODATION Book and Pay Book and Pay Reservations at the Omni Hotel should be made directly with Kristin Package Before Before Standard Rates Lloyd, Group Coordinator, at 281-558-8338 ext.1100, email klloyd@omnihotels.com or toll free 1-800-THE-OMNI, 15th October 2010* 12th November* please quote IQPC as a reference. 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