The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management
HOW TO BUILD A
POWERFUL KNOWLEDGE BASED BUSINESS
The knowledge based economy is fast becoming a
reality. Globalization, increasing computing power, higher bandwidth,
the Internet revolution are some of the underlying forces enabling this
expansion. Organizations of all types and sizes have to now be
continuously asking the central question - how do we become a knowledge
based organization ? However to become a knowledge based organization
you have to embrace a knowledge based business model. How does a company
become a successful knowledge driven organization ? How can it develop,
morph, evolve and thrive as a knowledge fueled enterprise
|Who Should Attend ?|
This seminar is designed for entrepreneurs, business leaders, CEO's,
CFO's, CIO's, CKO's , knowledge managers, business architects and
strategists, and other interested executives. It is also ideal for
of business leaders who are looking for innovative insights, creative
direction, powerful methodologies and frameworks, and new thinking to
help them power up their knowledge based enterprises.
|Why Attend ?|
The Knowledge revolution being unleashed by the recent mapping of the human genome, is a potent indicator of the powerful way knowledge is unlocking new pathways to solving human problems. The spread of foot and mouth and mad cow disease is a yet a useful reminder of how ignorant we still are of many things and how connected we all potentially are. This seminar provides you with an opportunity to step away from running on the current business treadmill. It helps you to reflect on how effectively your organization is addressing the central question of how do we build a powerful knowledge based business ? And are we doing it thoroughly enough, fast enough, and deeply enough to yield enduring and sustainable knowledge performance well into the future ? You are exposed to independent, advanced, new thinking in knowledge management. This will help you to better understand, interpret, adapt and respond, to the challenges emerging from the growth and spread of the global knowledge based economy. This seminar will also be helpful at both a personal and professional level. It is just as important to be developing You Inc, as it is to be building your organization's knowledge based business. This is moreover, a unique opportunity to leverage the wisdom and experience of a smart group of other attendees with shared interests. It is a perfect environment in which to begin to build new knowledge relationships. It is a quality way to expand your knowledge network. Ultimately this seminar will not equip you with all the answers to the main question. However, it will arm you with insight, understanding, greater clarity, and methodologies, frameworks, and practices for making your own blueprint, developing your own specific answers, and translating those into effective action. It will help you to see your own ignorance and one pre-condition of wisdom, is to know what you don't know. You will certainly be positioned to take your knowledge game, to a whole new high performance level.
|Schedule - One Day Seminar|
|7:30 - 8:30 am - Registration & Networking|
|8:30 - 10:00 - Module 1 - Envisioning The Knowledge Based Business|
|10:00 - 10:15 - Break|
|10:15 - 12:00 - Module 2 - Laying Bare The Pieces Of The Knowledge Based Business Puzzle|
|12:00 - 1:00 pm - Lunch|
|1:00 - 2:30 - Module 3 - Architecting The Knowledge Based Enterprise|
|2:30 - 2:45 - Break|
|2:45 - 4:00 - Module 4 - Creating, Testing, Launching, Learning, Adapting & Sustaining the Knowledge Based Organization|
|4:00 - 4:30 - Wrap Up|
Our value proposition is that we are a knowledge-based
Institute. We focus on nothing but knowledge. We walk the talk
Bryan Davis is Founder and President Of The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management in Toronto. The Institute is currently engaged in advanced independent research into e-knowledge markets, knowledge enabling software, knowledge business models, knowledge-based innovation, knowledge pattern recognition. He is currently working on a project to launch an international consortium researching e-knowledge market-places. He has been transforming information, document, and knowledge management theory into practice for over twenty years. Mr. Davis's experience spans the realm of knowledge management, document management, workflow, business process analysis and redesign, and records automation, competitive intelligence, corporate portals, e-business and CRM. . He is a graduate of York University's Philosophy Programme. He was until recently, a Vice President of Knowledge Management Strategies and Research with the Delphi Group Canada. He has previously been an Information & Technology Consultant with the Municipality Of Metropolitan Toronto; Manager Of The Corporate Records Centre for Metro Toronto; Regional Superintendent Records Management Transport Canada (Ontario Region); and Assistant Chief of the Toronto Federal Records Centre, National Archives Canada. He is regularly asked to make presentations at Conferences around the world. He teaches a new Seminar on e-Knowledge Based Innovation. He also teaches a Knowledge Management Course in the University Of Toronto's School Of Continuing Studies, has been an instructor of the Delphi Group's Institute on Knowledge Management, Document Management, and Workflow, and a regular presenter/organizer at Delphi Group Canada Seminars, and Conferences. . He is a Past President Of The Toronto Chapter and National Director of CIIMS, helped launch a Knowledge Management Special Interest Group with CIPS, authored a major Research Report On Knowledge Enabling Software, and been called upon to provide advice to to the Society of Management Accountants of Canada, The Royal Bank, The Centre For High Performance, and the University of Toronto Faculty of Information Science. His clients have included WorldCom, Information Architecture Group, Carana Corporaton, Zurich Life, Sun Life, Sears Canada, Educational Testing Service Of New Jersey, Baush & Lomb, Government Of Puerto Rico, and Hong Kong Productivity Council among many others.
( Note: On-site seminars and overseas engagements are available by special arrangement)
If you have pre-registered and are unable to attend, your fee can be applied to the next running of the course, or someone else from your company may be sent as a substitute.
Attendance can be cancelled up to 10 days before the seminar via written notice.
No-shows are still charged the full registration fee.
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* Note: - you can arrange to have these seminars presented on-site within your organization
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