Stan Skrzeszewski, librarian,
entrepreneur and philosopher
Come join Stan for an exploration of the ways to channel your creative
ideas, information skills, experience, and knowledge into entrepreneurial
activity, both as an individual working independently or as part of a team
within an organization. Being a library entrepreneur is not an oxymoron.
Creative entrepreneurship can be used for both personal and social gain.
4 PM Atlantic
APril 26th, 2006
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* Explore the principles, skills and knowledge required to be a knowledge
* Understand the process for developing and implementing knowledge-based
business plans and proposals
* Gain insights into the relationship between knowledge, innovation and
Who Should Participate?
Librarians, archivists, and media and information professionals working in
traditional settings who feel a need for liberation, a greater opportunity
for creativity, and who want to focus on living life well rather than on
earning a living.
Key Topics You Will Explore
* Introduction to the theory, and a working framework for, knowledge
* Outline of the character traits and core competencies of the knowledge
* Trend-blending: a unique approach to identifying and evaluating sources
* Turning ideas into actual products and services
* New insights into the evolving job and career world
Member: $48.00 + GST
Non-Member: $68.00 + GST
About The Presenter......
Stan Skrzeszewski is a
librarian, entrepreneur and philosopher. He has held various library
positions in Ontario and Saskatchewan
and has been president of the Canadian, Ontario and Saskatchewan Library
Associations. His work with ASM Consultants, a firm he founded in 1992, has
given him the opportunity to work with librarians in every corner of Canada.
Stan is currently working on an implementation plan for a cosmopolitan
world, providing alternative therapies for the job and career-bound, and
developing a true philosophical grounding for wine.
Stan is the author of The Knowledge Entrepreneur.
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