KIKM Announces a New Next Generation Knowledge Leadership Seminar
Proven High-Performance Strategies & Practices For
The Knowledge-Inspired Manager, is the title of a bold new leadership
development seminar, specifically developed for twenty-first century
knowledge-business executives and entrepreneurs.
For the first time ever KIKM will be openly sharing with senior
knowledge-business executives in an educational forum, it's unique strategy
frameworks and models for next-generation knowledge management. Executives
will be exposed to new frameworks and models for knowledge pattern
recognition, knowledge-to-profit techniques, knowledge-based business model
design, knowledge markets, knowledge innovation zones, accelerating change
management, competitive intelligence, and knowledge enabling software.
"New mindsets and new mental models that deliver inspired knowledge high
performance are now requisite" says Bryan Elliot Davis, president of the
The global knowledge-based economy continues to expand. There is a
tremendous and growing need for genuine insight and understanding that
enables executives to find creative and differentiated ways to optimize and
monetize their organization's knowledge capital resources.
Executives are finding it challenging to extract sustainable and maximum
value from their knowledge and intellectual capital initiatives.
This seminar directly addresses these problems and is targeted to reduce the
knowledge stress, overload, performance anxiety, frustration and risk that
comes from having to make rapid and effective strategic decisions in today's
Seminar dates: Toronto, Ontario, Canada - 3 Days
January 23, 24, and 25, 2006
For Further Information: visit www.kikm.org
The Kaieteur Institute is a business-oriented think-tank, applied knowledge
technology lab, and powerful knowledge network. We provide education,
research, consulting and advisory services, for the profitable application
of knowledge management to business. The mission is to help clients
experience positive results in global and local knowledge markets. We
conduct advanced independent research and practice, related to furthering an
understanding of knowledge innovation zones, knowledge markets and
exchanges, knowledge enabling software, knowledge-based business design,
knowledge pattern recognition, the enterprise ideas economy, competitive
intelligence, knowledge as a vital asset for business continuity, change
pattern recognition, knowledge buyer motivation, knowledge-value, and the
fast emerging always-on knowledge-EverNet.
Bryan Elliot Davis
67 Alberta Avenue