Bryan Davis will be a presenter at the Value Network Clusters- Toronto Cluster Event, March 23, 2007.
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Bryan participated with Debra Amidon in a KM Forum at Henley Management College
Topic: KM strategy in fast-changing environments
Speakers: Professor Martin Rahe (EADE, International Management Development Centre, Barcelona), Christine van Winkelen (Henley KM Forum), Bryan Davis (The Kaieteur Institute for Knowledge Management, Toronto), Debra Amidon (Entovation International Ltd)
Henley Management College
2005 KIZ Student Prize
Also concurrent with the Henley College KM Forum
The 2005 KIZ Student Prize ( Knowledge Innovation Zone ) was presented by Bryan Davis & Debra Amidon to
Dragana is a graduate student of Professor Leif Edvinsson at the University of Lund (Lund, Sweden).
Under the supervision of Leif Edvinsson she produced the award-winning thesis – “Intelligence and Lund”
for her work that provides a briefing of contemporary and evolving society with an analysis of the knowledge society, innovation and creativity environments, intellectual capital of cities, intelligence for city development and the society of the future.
(see also http://www.entovation.com/whatsnew/KIZ Award Student 2005.ppt)
The Award Ceremony At Henley Management College
Bryan Davis, Joel Alleyne, & Debra Amidon participated in a Knowledge Cities Round-Table in Barcelona Spain
“Actualizing The High-Performance Knowledge City”
Conversations With Debra Amidon & Bryan Davis
Debra M. Amidon and Bryan Elliot Davis have teamed up to launch a new Web site, In the Knowledge Zones. It is the next step in the development of Knowledge Cities, communities that believe in a new perspective of development, which is based on knowledge and innovation. Zones and cities in some 40 countries are now accessible online. There you will find the foundation for global sustainability including competitive ranking reports, recommended readings and research plans. A major article on Knowledge Innovation Zones (KIZs) will appear in the October issue of Knowledge Management magazine.
Joint article published in
Knowledge Management Magazine
Get In The Zone - Debra Amidon and Bryan Elliot Davis' Article in Knowledge Management Magazine, Vol. 8, Issue 2 (pdf)
>From Australia to Finland, Knowledge Innovation Zones (KIZ) are emerging in the quest for sustainable growth and economic development within cities, regions, countries and enterprises. Download the pdf file of this article to discover the role of KIZs within the KM arena.
Bryan Davis is a participant in:
KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY LEADERSHIP PROGRAM - ON-LINE EXECUTIVE SEMINARS
led by Master Coach
Dr. Oliver Schwabe
Bryan Davis is also a Faculty Associate member of the team at Banff Executive Leadership Inc.
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The Kaieteur Institute welcomes and renews its affiliation with Dr. Howard Eisenberg as a valued member of it's knowledge markets network and renews reciprocal links. Howard and participated in our inaugural seminar in Toronto in 1998 and was introduced to us as a member of the Entovation E 100 network.
We recommend and endorse Dr. Howard Eisenberg, the C.E.O. of Syntrek® Inc., as a consulting and training specialist in performance enhancement & collaborative intelligence. He is internationally noted for his pioneering work in Change Management
The Kaieteur Institute endorses the work of John Maloney
and supports and participates in the The KM Cluster
The KM Cluster®
is a federated action/research network. The scope is global. The focus is local.
Community event gatherings are conducted on a regional basis. They are held
quarterly and sustain community, rhythm & continuity
Toronto KM Cluster Events
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