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KM Review Technology Spotlight article - August 2006

In this KM Review article, Hubert discusses the convergence of knowledge and technology.

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The Power of Shared Knowledge, by Hubert Saint-Onge - Optimize Magazine, May 2005

Many CIOs have a very jaundiced view of knowledge management; they tried it and it didn't work easily, so they've closed the book on that chapter—or so they think. In fact, IT and business executives grapple every day with ways to achieve better collaboration and improve the flow of knowledge across the company, whether employees and partners are in the next cubicle or continents away.

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Conductive Organization Can Electrify Customers - Globe and Mail, September 15, 2004

Harvey Schachter reviews the newly launched book The Conductive Organization, by Hubert Saint-Onge and Charles Armstrong. Key ideas from the book are presented including the creation of an organization capable of unimpeded knowledge flow, continuous learning, and rock-solid values, to continuously generate capabilities to meet customer needs. Mr. Schachter remarks "the authors bring customer imperative, systems, and knowledge management together neatly and provide some intriguing models for developing the building blocks of a conductive organization."

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2x2 Matrix Illuminates Strategies - Globe and Mail, July 7, 2004

Author Harvey Schachter reviews Alex Lowy and Phil Hood’s book on the value and importance of the 2 x 2 matrix in determining strategy. In the book, Lowy and Hood discuss Hubert’s use of such a matrix at CIBC to determine key elements of high performance, and to arrive at an innovative solution to an organizational crisis.

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Management Guru [Hubert Saint-Onge] Helps Lawyers See Law in Different Light - Globe and Mail, July 2004

This article showcases Hubert’s work with legal firm Gowling Lafleur Henderson. After a series of mergers and the combination of disparate cultures, Hubert helped coax 250 independent-minded lawyers into consensus about their first five-year business development plan.