The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management

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Bryan Davis


Bryan Davis is founder and president of The Kaieteur Institute for Knowledge Management based in Toronto, Canada. The Institute is an independent management consultancy research think tank, applied knowledge lab, and knowledge practices network.

It provides strategic management consulting , education, research, and knowledge market advisory services to clients, for the profitable application of new knowledge management thinking to business. (See this PowerPoint presentation [PPT, 3MB] for more information on services offered by the Kaieteur Institute for Knowledge Management.)

The mission is to help clients achieve positive, powerful,and persistent high velocity results using the latest knowledge enabling techniques.

Bryan conducts advanced independent research and practice related to innovation intelligence. New thinking is specifically being applied to furthering our understanding of high performance knowledge-based innovation. We leverage our strategic understanding of knowledge markets and exchanges, knowledge networks, knowledge cities, knowledge-enabling software, knowledge-based business design, knowledge-based business models, knowledge monetization, knowledge entrepreneurship, knowledge pattern recognition, the enterprise ideas economy, knowledge as a vital asset for business continuity, change management patterns, knowledge buyer motivation, knowledge-value creation, personal knowledge management, knowledge grids, and the emerging "KnowledgeEverNet" - the always-on, always-connected global brain.

Bryan is increasingly recognized as a leading world authority in these specialized knowledge domains.

He is a Fellow of Entovation International. He lectures on Knowledge Management at the University of Toronto in the School For Continuing Studies. He has served as Vice President , Knowledge Management Strategies and Research with the Delphi Group Canada. He has worked as an Information &Technology Consultant with the Municipality Of Metropolitan Toronto, and worked at Transport Canada and National Archives Canada. He is a graduate of York University's Philosophy Program. He regularly makes presentations at International Conferences. He served as a member of the Advisory Board of, a knowledge exchange enterprise with a formidable brain-trust, which also included such intellectual capital luminaries as the brilliant Leif Edvinsson and Dr. Nick Bontis.

He is also a member of the Entovation 100, and the Entovation Group/Alliance. He is a past president of the Toronto Chapter Of The Canadian Information &Image Management Society, and co-chair of the Knowledge Management Special Interest Group of the Toronto Chapter of the Canadian Information Processing Society.

In his practice, he has contributed advice or educational services to such fine organizations as the Royal Bank, the University of Toronto Faculty of Information Science, Society of Management Accountants of Canada, The Centre For High Performance, Educational Testing Service Of New Jersey, Cognis, ZacNet/KM Ventures, DMR, WorldCom, Information Architecture Group, Carana Corporation, Zurich Life, Sun Life, Sears Canada, Aptech, Enbridge, FrontLine Centre Inc, Haven Knowledge Systems, Dekstrus Inc, Price Waterhouse Coopers, IDC, Microsoft, Ontario Hospital Association, Insurance Bureau Of Canada ; Ontario TeleHealth Network, IBM Lotus, Hong Kong Productivity Council; Luen Ming Electric &Plastic Works Co Ltd ; Eter-Wind International Ltd; iMail Hong Kong; Joint Victory; Starlight International Holdings Ltd; Vincent Medical Mfg Co Ltd; IFF; Spectra Technologies; Starlight ; Yue Po Engineering Co. Ltd; Freedom Communications; ParallelSpace Corporation, Knowledge Aura, Baycrest, Regional Municipality Of Peel, BrandK, Xact Solutions, Baush &Lomb, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP, Novo Nordisk, Government Of Trinidad & Tobago, the Regional Municipality Of York Region, Government Of Puerto Rico, and the Hong Kong Productivity Council. Bryan’s work has been featured in Signal Magazine, Knowledge Management Magazine, and the IEEE Computer Society ITProfessional Magazine, and also European Commission , Commonwealth, and IT Research Analyst Reports. His work continues to be referenced in many leading knowledge management books, journals, and media publications.

Bryan is an accomplished presenter and regular travels to conferences around the world giving lively, stimulating, and thought-provoking talks to conference attendees.

Contact Information:

Bryan Davis
The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management
67 Alberta Avenue
Toronto, Ontario
Tel: 416-651-1837