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At the Conference Board of Canada Knowledge Management Conference (CBoCKM) you’ll hear about the role and value of knowledge management, best practices for metrics, how knowledge management is linked to collaboration and innovation, and how it contributes to superior organizational performance.
Leading KM organizations will share their cases, including lessons learned, what they do and how they do it.
Meet the experts, share your challenges, and get a new perspective on the full potential of your KM initiatives. Learn from best practice examples and case studies how to develop and optimize your program, from metrics and systems design to technology, processes, and programs.
Knowledge Management Canada Conference, April/May 2019 (tentatively scheduled)
Knowledge Management Conference 2016, March 3-4, 2016, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Conference theme: Technology, Collaboration and Innovation
Demystifying Knowledge Management and why you need it for Technology, Collaboration, and Innovation
Knowledge, Not Data, Is Your Biggest Asset—How to Become a Knowledge Organization Through Technology, Collaboration, and Innovation (with Roundtable Discussion)
Hacking Knowledge Management for Distributed and Collaborative Innovation: The “N(e)o-Labo” Perspective for Ideas-led Organizations
Knowledge Management is Dying: Convergence and What Will Knowledge Management Look Like in the Age Where Knowledge is Everywhere?
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly! Best (and Worst) Practices in Knowledge Management
Lessons from the High-Wire! Successful Intersection of Knowledge
Knowledge Management Trends—Adopt, Leverage, Adapt
Futurist: Imagining the Future: What you need to know Now to Create the Future you Want
Knowledge Management and its Enabling Technologies are Critical for Canadian Competitiveness: A Call to Action
Takeoff is Optional—Landing is Mandatory! KM in Action at Bombardier Aerospace
Culture eats Strategy…and KM…for Breakfast! KM Initiatives and Cultural Shifts
The Evolution of KM Theory to Practice Within Alberta Health Service
Knowledge Management Conference, December 11-12, 2002, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Conference theme: Advancing Knowledge Management for Competitive Advantage
Embracing Knowledge in Knowledge Management
Crossing Disciplines in Knowledge Management
Measuring Knowledge and Addressing Metrics Issues
Raising the Knowledge Bar Through Knowledge Management and Focusing on Success
KM Town Hall Meeting
A1—Software Solutions in Knowledge Management
A2—Dealing with Customers, Clients and the Business Environment
B1—Two Case Presentations in Knowledge Management (workshop)
B2—What Knowledge Management Research is Telling Us
Techniques and Tools in Knowledge Management
Knowledge Management Conference 2002, April 16-17, 2002, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Conference theme: Driving Business Results through Knowledge Management
What Have We Learned About the Relationship Between Knowledge Management and Business Results?
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: What Business Must Learn from Successes, Mistakes, Dilemmas and Paradoxes
Accounting for Knowledge Assets: Measuring Knowledge
The Brave New World of Knowledge Management
A1—Integrating the Supply Chain: Building Knowledge-Creating Relationships with Suppliers and Customers
A2—The Knowledge Workers
B1—Knowledge Management and Intellectual Property Issues
B2—Organizing Around a Knowledge Management Strategy
C1—A User’s Perspective on Useful Knowledge Management Technologies
C2—Listen to Me! A Cross-Functional Common Language of Knowledge Management
Knowledge Strategy Implementation
Knowledge Conference 2001, May 1-2, 2001, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Conference theme: Building and Managing Your Organization’s Destiny
Turning Knowledge into Action
The Chief Knowledge Officers’ (CKOs’) Great Debate
How to foster a knowledge culture within your organization (luncheon)
Exploring and Sharing Knowledge
People Are Everything (workshops)
A1—Knowledge Workers Today vs. Knowledge Workers Tomorrow
A2—Fostering a Knowledge Culture
What’s Your Knowledge Strategy or Practice?
B1—Building Knowledge-Based Strategies
B2—Connecting with Your Suppliers and Customers
Global Knowledge—Getting It and Giving It (workshops)
C1—Tapping Global Expertise
C2—Measuring Knowledge Strategies
A Conversation to Learn With and From Each Other about Knowledge Sharing
Creating and Implementing Knowledge Strategy