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Knowledge Management @ Kent State University
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Knowledge Management @ Kent State University
Delegates to the Knowledge Sciences Symposium will play an important role in the development and growth of the Knowledge Sciences Center.  Delegates are important sources of information and advice about the needs of their industry and sectors.  We hope to welcome delegates from all sizes of organizations: Fortune 100 corporations; to small-and medium-sized businesses; to associations; and to local, state, national and international public sector organizations.

The Center aims to tackle small, large and wickedly complex challenges.  These challenges will require a wide range of perspectives, knowledge and experience.   Delegates will participate in the webinar discussions leading up to the Symposium.   During the on-site events in Canton, Ohio, and Washington, D.C., delegates will provide advice on key issues such as the Center's governance model, engagement models, scope of activities, and nature of services.  Following the Symposium, our hope is that delegates will continue to engage with the Center -- bringing projects, suggesting activities, engaging with others to solve problems, networking within their sectors and helping us to make this a vibrant learning community.  Our expectation is that delegates will serve on the Center’s Advisory Board as it grows over time.