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KAIETEUR INSTITUTE

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  1. KAIETEUR INSTITUTE CONSULTING SERVICES - extraordinaire

  2. Our Consulting Practice • We help our clients to co-create and execute knowledge and intellectual capital strategies that lead to sustainable competitive advantage, and significant, measurable, high-performance results. • Our main focus is on co-building client capabilities which create the foundation for continuous improvement, and creative knowledge-driven innovation. • We work with organizations in many business sectors who seek to optimize their understanding, utilization, and deployment, of knowledge capital, intellectual capital, and intangible assets. • We leverage proven thinking tools such as the triple knowledge lens, knowledge pattern recognition, and others we have created, and adapt them them to fit the specific client context, in each of the sectors we serve. © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  3. Professional Services • Knowledge & Intellectual Capital Strategy Formulation • Knowledge Management Program Design & Development • Knowledge Performance Assessment • Knowledge Leadership Coaching • Knowledge Management Change & Transformation Strategy • KM Software Evaluation & Selection © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  4. Professional Services- Products • Specialized studies & reports • KM audits • Knowledge-based innovationassessments • Intellectual Capital ratings • Business surveys • Competitive & market intelligence research reports © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  5. BENEFITS • You canimprovestrategic vision & purpose • Profitfrom smarter knowledge asset utilization & the optimization of intellectual capital • Co-createinnovative project solutions • Inspireknowledge leadership & motivation • Accelerateknowledge transformation results (adoption& change ) • Reduceproject implementation risks © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  6. You Gain Access To: • Fresh thinking& ground-breaking ideas • A growingknowledge bankof knowledge strategies & next practices • Useful thinkingand analytictools • Purposeful proprietarymethodologies • New high-performancetechniques • A global and collaborative knowledgenetwork © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  7. World-Class Capabilities • We enable top knowledge leaders to co-create and execute unique, intelligent, profitable, and advantage producing, knowledge strategies and systems. • We employ powerful and cutting-edge proprietary ideas, knowledge-based methodologies, frameworks, analytics, and heuristics. • We understand not just current knowledge management best practices, but also help to promote creative innovation practices, via our growing know-how about emerging “next-practices”. • We foster knowledge leadership development, partnership, and collaboration via continuous knowledge sharing, information exchange, knowledge transfer, co-learning, and dialogue with clients and members of our network. • We also leverage the intellectual capital of our powerful global network of tremendous world-class colleagues, who also possess rare talent, and a deep pool of highly qualified knowledge economy expertise. © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  8. Consulting Engagement Process © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  9. Solutions To Real Problems • We offer you well thought out and practical solutions to real challenging knowledge problems. © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  10. Knowledge Value Realization © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  11. Knowledge Sharing © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  12. KM Systems © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  13. Competitive Intelligence © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  14. Change Management © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  15. Our KM Planning Model © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  16. Our Knowledge Cube Analytic Framework © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  17. Our Intellectual Capital Model © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  18. Our Intangibles Framework © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  19. We Offer Balanced Capabilities in 4 Critical Dimensions © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  20. We Can help You Leverage Unique Insights Into Business Model Innovation © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  21. The Value Of Great IDEAS • IMAGINE YOUR ENTERPRISE AS AN A THRIVING MARKET-PLACE OF IDEAS © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  22. IDEAS ARE THE NEWCURRENCY © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  23. Your Enterprise is anIdeas Economy © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  24. Can You Recognize KnowledgePatterns? • We believe that the ability to identify, interpret, imagine, intuit, instruct, and intervene using Knowledge Pattern Recognition, is a fundamental competency for achieving success in the knowledge era. © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  25. OUR KNOWLEDGE PATTERN RECOGNITIONMATRIX © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  26. Change PatternsRecognition Model © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  27. Change ManagementStrategy Framework © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  28. Knowledge Leaders Need To Understand these Core Knowledge LeaderRoles(universal archetypes) © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  29. We have many ideas for how you can achievepeak knowledge performance © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  30. The Enterprise can also be seen as aKnowledge Innovation Zone • Another new lens we have been co-developing with Entovation International Inc. see http://www.inthekzone.com © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  31. Triple Knowledge LensModel © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  32. 7 Powerful Ideas That Work © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  33. Older & Naive Supply Side Focused Socio-cultural Create it & hope it is shared Encourages people to share what they know Assumes people will simply share for free KM Results have been disappointing.. Newer & Progressive Demand driven Reality & business based Future focused Provides incentives and conditions that stimulate knowledge exchange Unifies community knowledge exchange via market approach Rewards higher knowledge performance CONTRASTING KM APPROACHES © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  34. We also help you transform your Enterprise into a more effectiveknowledge market-place • Internal knowledge exchange balances the supply and demand for knowledge • Knowledge flows and moves via market forces see http://www.kikm.org/portal/index.htm © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  35. MANAGE KNOWLEDGE RISKS © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  36. Do You Worry About UntimelyLossOf Your Knowledge Assets ? • We can help you improve your knowledge economy readiness • We can assist you implement pro-active foresight measures. © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  37. Service Commitment • Whatever your knowledge economy and intellectual capital needs are, we will be pleased to assist you. • Our valued partner network includes: • Alleyne Inc • Entovation Inc & The E100 Network • Banff Executive Leadership Inc • EuroFocus International Consultants Ltd • KM Cluster • Association Of Knowledge Work • ParallelSpace Corporation • KnowMap • TerraForum (Brazil) • Haven Knowledge Systems • ITNet • Knexa.com • Knowledge Research Institute • Syntrek Inc © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.

  38. Contact Us Let us be your bridge to a profitable Knowledge Future! Bryan Davis President The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management 67 Alberta Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. M6H-2R7 416-651-1837 E-Mail: bdavis@kikm.org Internet: http://www.kikm.org © 2007. The Kaieteur Institute For Knowledge Management. All Rights Reserved.