KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT “ knowing  what you know, and knowing what you need to know…”  Geoff Munro
information is power
information is …
information  shared  is knowledge
shared knowledge is power
shared knowledge is powerful
knowledge is in our people engage our people
culture is in our people people share their culture
people are part of communities people create communities learning organization community of practice
people evolve in a learning organization
people come and go  capture what they know
knowledge is used everyday …
to explore science and technology
to develop policies
to create and deliver programs
to engage stakeholders
to serve Canadians
knowledge can be …
preserved
mobilized NRCan libraries
accessed through databases
archived for the future
knowledge can be harnessed
through collaborative tools
At NRCan KM is about working together …
to integrate our  knowledge
to empower our people
to plan for the future
to achieve our vision north star étoile polaire
and mission of excellence  champion of sustainable development leader in policy and science centre of knowledge
strengthening how we manage our knowledge will make us more…
relevant and  results oriented
integrated
productive  and innovative
efficient
I AM KM
I AM KM
I AM KM
WE ARE KM
WE ARE KM
WE ARE KM
learning organization collaborative tools  engage communities policies people science share knowledge programs efficiency ...
vision improving the quality of life of Canadians by creating a sustained resource advantage
January 2008 coming soon to our Wiki ACTION PLAN
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  1. 1. KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT “ knowing what you know, and knowing what you need to know…” Geoff Munro
  2. 2. information is power
  3. 3. information is …
  4. 4. information shared is knowledge
  5. 5. shared knowledge is power
  6. 6. shared knowledge is powerful
  7. 7. knowledge is in our people engage our people
  8. 8. culture is in our people people share their culture
  9. 9. people are part of communities people create communities learning organization community of practice
  10. 10. people evolve in a learning organization
  11. 11. people come and go capture what they know
  12. 12. knowledge is used everyday …
  13. 13. to explore science and technology
  14. 14. to develop policies
  15. 15. to create and deliver programs
  16. 16. to engage stakeholders
  17. 17. to serve Canadians
  18. 18. knowledge can be …
  19. 19. preserved
  20. 20. mobilized NRCan libraries
  21. 21. accessed through databases
  22. 22. archived for the future
  23. 23. knowledge can be harnessed
  24. 24. through collaborative tools
  25. 25. At NRCan KM is about working together …
  26. 26. to integrate our knowledge
  27. 27. to empower our people
  28. 28. to plan for the future
  29. 29. to achieve our vision north star étoile polaire
  30. 30. and mission of excellence champion of sustainable development leader in policy and science centre of knowledge
  31. 31. strengthening how we manage our knowledge will make us more…
  32. 32. relevant and results oriented
  33. 33. integrated
  34. 34. productive and innovative
  35. 35. efficient
  36. 36. I AM KM
  37. 37. I AM KM
  38. 38. I AM KM
  39. 39. WE ARE KM
  40. 40. WE ARE KM
  41. 41. WE ARE KM
  42. 42. learning organization collaborative tools engage communities policies people science share knowledge programs efficiency productive integrate relevant reliable plan innovate train retain libraries empower service future culture technology stakeholders
  43. 43. vision improving the quality of life of Canadians by creating a sustained resource advantage
  44. 44. January 2008 coming soon to our Wiki ACTION PLAN

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