Make the Case to Attend

As a process or knowledge management professional, you understand the value of attending conferences to stay at the top of your game, but it can be hard to convince your boss to invest in your professional development. Use these talking points to help build a case for your request, and to demonstrate the value to your team growth and the company's bottom line. 

Tools for Convincing Your Boss

Use the following tools to demonstrate the tangible benefits of attending APQC's 2022 Process and Knowledge Management Conference. These tools will show your manager that you’ve done your research, built your business case, and are serious about attending. 

  • Customize this letter to help your manager understand why APQC's 2022 Process and Knowledge Management Conference is one of the most cost-effective and valuable conferences for you.
  • Customize this worksheet to outline the breakout sessions and Learning Lab workshops you will attend and detail how these sessions will help you make a difference in your organization.

Content and Insights Ready for Implementation

The conference spans across two days and you’ll hear from industry professionals who will contribute next-level ideas and insights on strategies and solutions to solve some of your toughest problems. Get ready for high levels of engagement and interactivity as ideas are shared through deep dives and diverse perspectives.

Expertise, Innovation, and Practitioner Focused

Stay relevant in your profession, by learning the latest trends and implementation practices. Our trailblazing keynote speakers focus on design thinking, storytelling, culture and emotional intelligence. Our breakout session speakers, who come from a variety of industries and experiences, are internal practitioners who are also leveraging the very approaches and strategies that they will be teaching you.

Expand and Cultivate Your Network

The 2022 conference brings together the brightest, process, and knowledge management-focused minds from the world’s most reputable organizations. There will be time to collaborate with your peers, whether it is through the conference app, during lunch, in the learning sessions, walking the halls, or conversing at the reception. You’ll make new connections and be able to develop a cohort with whom you can share ideas and feedback. You will walk away with an expanded network of peers.