A Leader’s Guide to Knowledge Management – John Girard & JoAnn Girard

17 December, 2009

Ark Group have kindly offered us a free pass. If you would like to go into the draw for it then please email: nswkmforum@gmail.com by COB Friday Jan 8 2010. (N.B. This is only open to people who attended an NSW KM Forum event in 2009)

Season’s Wishes,

Matt Moore
Chair, NSW KM Forum

http://www.arkgroupaustralia.com.au/Events-D054-KMLeaders.htm
A Leader’s Guide to Knowledge Management: Drawing on the past to enhance future performance

One-day Masterclass
27 January 2010
Sydney

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For more information contact Ark Group Australia on
aga@arkgroupasia.com or call 1300 550 662

Masterclass facilitators:
John P. Girard, Associate Professor, Minot State University
JoAnn L. Girard, Co-founder and Managing Partner, Sagology

Today when most executives consider the intellectual capital of their organisation, they focus on the present. They seek tools and techniques to exploit their organisational knowledge for some immediate gain.
There is an emerging shift in thinking that will provide a lasting competitive advantage—the shift is from the present to the future. A Leader’s Guide to Knowledge Management: Drawing on the Past to Enhance Future Performance is unique in that it focuses on what executives should be doing now (or soon) to ensure the next generation of organisational leaders know what we knew. In other words, are we creating organisational memories today which will be useful to the next generation of leaders? Will today’s baby-boomer based practices pass the test of time? Are our current processes the most relevant ones for
the next generation of organisational leaders?

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