Upcoming Conference! Linking KM and Innovation to Drive and Sustain Organizational Effectiveness

We are thrilled to announce that Blake Melnick, Chief Knowledge Officer Knowledge Management Institute of Canada and Dr. Thomas Carey, Executive-in-Residence for Teaching and Learning Innovation BC Association of Institutes and Universities (BCAIU) Have been asked to present at the upcoming Conference Board of Canada, Council on Information and Knowledge Management, Linking KM and Innovation to Drive and Sustain Organizational Effectiveness on September 28-29th 2017 In Ottawa.

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KM is Key to Advancing Innovation in Canada 

Thomas and Blake have been working with a team of researchers, academics and private-sector organizations to develop a new learning model for post-secondary education. The model looks to treat the classroom as an innovation workspace - integrating learning with work in real time. They believe "the bridge” necessary to unite the worlds of academia and work is Knowledge Management and participants will learn why and how.

The Conference Board of Canada’s meeting objectives are to explore the challenges and best practices on how organizations are leveraging the linkage between KM and innovation, examine key strategies to deliver knowledge excellence and what you can do differently. As well as network and engage in open and frank discussions with fellow peers in a trusted environment.

Sign up as a KMIC member and ask for more information! 

For our new and existing members, we are excited to announce that KMIC has had the opportunity to partner with The Conference Board of Canada and we will be able to offer our members a discounted rate to attend the upcoming conference in Ottawa.

Please see both the agenda and registration form below.

We hope to see you there!

CIKM Agenda - September 2017

CIKM Registration Form - September 2017

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