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Chief Knowledge Officer, The Knowledge Management Institute of Canada; Senior Advisor, Knowledge Management, Organizational Effectiveness, Husky Energy

Monday, 29 April 2013

2-Day Interactive Workshop Event, June 13th and 14th 2013 at Royal Roads University in beautiful Victoria, Britiish Columbia:

In developing this program, we were really looking to reduce the gap between theory and practice, through the design of a highly interactive program which has participants immediately applying KM theory to solve authentic organizational challenges. 

Our aim in the design of the program is to mirror the way people within knowledge centric organizations work - leveraging technology, engaging in focused, purposeful collaboration, accessing external expertise and building both individual and group knowledge, while advancing solutions to complex organizational challenges...and as a bonus provide participants with the opportunity to come together at one of the most beautiful university campuses in the world...


I want to extend my sincere thanks and gratitude to Royal Roads University and Electricity, Human Resources Canada for their generous support and participation.

A special thanks to my friend Kelly Larken and Cairine MacDonald for agreeing to be guest presenters at the event. Kelly and Cairine bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise which I know will be of great benefit to all who attend. (Blake Melnick CKO, the Knowledge Management Institute of Canada)

Does Your Organization Have a Knowledge Management Strategy? ...It Should

The world has irrevocably changed. Knowledge is the "new commodity" Those organizations, which are able to effectively leverage knowledge from within and from outside their organization to drive continual improvement in support of sustainable innovation, will lead in the global knowledge economy.

According to Canada's Governor General, David Johnson:

"The well-being of nations is increasingly being defined by the ability to develop and advance knowledge. In other words, knowledge is gaining momentum as the new currency and passport to success"

Join us  for:

Understanding and Building the Knowledge Imperative within your Organization 


With Special Guest Presenters:


Kelly LarkinChief Conservation Officer, BC Ministry of Environment

Cairine MacDonald, Deputy Minister – Innovation and Technology, Ministry of Advanced Education, Innovation and Technology

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For more information and to preregister for the event, see the Special Events page on our website:


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