Strategic Intelligence Group (2008) Strategic Intelligence Summary Report. In: Knowledge in Motion 2008 Conference, October 2008, St. John's Newfoundland. (Submitted)
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Two keynote speakers, five plenery sessions, 29 concurrent sessions and over 75 presentations added up to three very full days at the Knowledege in Motion/08 international conference in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, October 16th to 18th. During those days, over 200 conference delegates explored the many ways in which higher education institutions mobilize knowledge to affect regional development. Go to www.knowledgeinmotion.ca to see the confefence program, videos and presentarions. Conference organizers made every effort to ensure the event lived up to its name. The Strategic Intelligence Group was invited to apply its Strategic intelligence Process at the conference. The process helps turn information from a wide range of sources into individual and collective knowledge. For example, have you ever returned home from an excellent conference with only a vague sense of actual take-away? The information most relevant to you finds a home; the rest,even good information, slips away. The Strategic Intelligence Group process has been designed to provide Knowledge in Motion/08 participants with a shared take-away. The conference offered a wealth of information at keynote and plenary sessions. Using onsite polling of good questions, table discussion and a post-conference internet survey, the Strategic Intelligence Group "screened" the vast ammount of information through the unique experience and expertise of conference participants.
|Item Type:||Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)|
|Department(s):||Divisions > The Harris Centre|
|Related Eprints:||Reid-Shute, Kate and Duff, John (2009) Knowledge in Motion 2008 Evaluation Roll-up. In: Knowledge in Motion 2008 Conference, October 2008, St. John's Newfoundland. (Submitted)|
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