Building Canada’s Innovation Capability for the Future.
We are Pleased to Announce…
Skills Catalyst Grant
It is with great pride and excitement that The Knowledge Management Institute of Canada is announcing, in collaboration with the Lassonde School of Engineering and York University, and a number of Canada’s leading organizations that we are to take a lead role in the recently awarded the Skills Catalyst Grant from the Ontario Government, “Building Workforce Innovation Capability in Ontario”.
Appointment to the Conference Board of Canada’s Council for Innovation and Commercialization.
“We are delighted to announce that Blake Melnick, President and Chief Knowledge Officer of the Knowledge Management Institute of Canada (KMIC) has been appointed to the Conference Board of Canada’s Council for Innovation and Commercialization for his life long efforts to promote innovation in Canada.
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.
KMIC CKO, Blake Melnick and Thomas Carey Introduce WINCan at Conference Board of Canada Meeting at the Bank of Canada
WINCan (Workplace Innovation In Canada)
KMIC's CKO Joins the Conference Board of Canada's Council For Information and Knowledge Management
"It is truly an honour to be asked to join the Conference Board of Canada's Council for Information and Knwoledge Management. I have always had the utmost respect for the integrity of the CBoC's research, particularly in the field of Knowledge Managment. They have long been a trusted, go to resource for myself and the Institute. I look forward to the opportunity to make a whatever contribution I can to the work of the Council." Blake Melnick, Chief Knowedge Officer.
KMIC Advisory Board Member Terry Power Publishes New Book
We are happy to share that Terry Power, esteemed professor of Strategic and Advanced International Studies at Royal Roads University, and an Advisory Board Member for the Knowledge Management Institute of Canada, has just published his latest book, titled "Canada's Arctic Sovereignty: Under Attack." The book has been described as providing "valuable insights for those concerned about the future of Canada."- Maj. Gen. Andrew Christie CMM, CD. (Canadian Army, Ret.)