Straits Knowledge Appoints Eminent KM Advisory Directorate

Straits Knowledge is delighted to announce the appointment of a KM Advisory Directorate KMAD (TM) made up of three eminent personalities from industry and academe who will advise us on KM matters. They have also kindly agreed to answer questions from Green Chameleon blog readers on KM matters by video podcast on a regular basis. Our three eminent KM personalities are introduced below. Please submit your questions to them in via the comments section below this post, or by email to

Our three eminent personalities are:

Dr David Vaine, Senior Partner, Apparently KM Incorporated.

Dr David has thirty years of experience in KM and associated disciplines, and leads his firm’s practice advising clients on how to look like you’re doing KM. He will answer enquiries on how to implement minimal impact KM, or KM on a shoestring.

Professor Gervaise Germaine is Consulting Professor of Savoir Connaitre at the Free University of Munsterburg.

Professor Germaine’s research specialisation is in KM definitions, and he has agreed to answer enquiries about common KM concepts and terminology.

Steve Quicksale is a leading KM Entrepreneur and Founder CEO of VECK International (Very Expensive Conferences on KM).

Steve has kindly agreed to answer Green Chameleon reader enquiries on how to make money out of KM.

Watch out for our regular video podcasts starting soon and don’t forget to submit your questions!

IMPORTANT NOTE: Opinions expressed by the KMAD™ volunteers are personal views of those individuals and Straits Knowledge cannot be held liable for any injury, damage or untoward event resulting from following their advice.

4 Comments so far

Professor Germaine, can you explain the different between data, information & knowledge please?

Posted on July 19, 2006 at 10:26 AM | Comment permalink

Dr Vaine, my manager wants our people to share their knowledge. Now, as we incentivise individuals solely on how much they personnally shaft our customers & screw our suppliers, I know this doesn’t have snowball’s chance in hell of working. What are your suggestions?

Posted on July 19, 2006 at 10:49 AM | Comment permalink

Hi Steve!!! I want to promote myself as much as possible!!! How do I go about doing that??? Can I speak at one of your conferences???

Posted on July 19, 2006 at 10:51 AM | Comment permalink

Hello Professor,
how to differentiate Consultants and ‘Con’sultants?

Posted on August 12, 2006 at 06:40 PM | Comment permalink

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