Introduction and overview - Knowledge Management and Workplace Innovation
Please watch the Introduction and overview - Knowledge Management and Workplace Innovation
Deep Barriers to Workplace Innovation
As part of our Pan-Canadian effort to improve workplace innovation, and ensure that every graduate in Canada is "innovation capable", we are delighted to announce that KMIC's CKO Blake Melnick, will be presenting a unit on "Deep Barriers to Innovation" as part of the first prototype course on Workplace Innovation being offered at Kwantlen University in British Columbia. This program is the culmination of over two years of combined research by business and academic partners, which will lead to the development of a universally recognized micro-credential in workplace innovation.
Companies will Live or Die based upon the Success of their Information & Knowledge Strategies
Blake Melnick, Chief Knowledge Officer is presenting at the University of Toronto's iSchool on September 25th, 2017 at 12:00 pm. Students from the Faculty of Information Sciences will learn why "Information and Knowledge are the "New Commodities" and the key to survival for organzations in the 21st Century. As part of the event, Blake will provide a glimpse into WINCan - Workplace Innovation in Canada - A new learning model being developed for post secondary education, which treats the classroom "As the Workplace"
Legal Knowledge Management Forum
How enhancing your KM Program can improve client relationships Legal Knowledge Management is entering a new era – Knowledge Management involves much more than databases and precedents. Today, legal KM professionals are concerned with managing risk, continuous improvement and efficient processes.