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Chief Chaos Organiser, Entelechy


Stephanie has over 25 years successful, experience in knowledge management and accounting in the High Technology, Health Care, and Public Accounting sectors. She is also an accomplished artist having had exhibitions in Toronto and Berlin.

Stephanie is a knowledge management consultant at Entelechy working with clients in a variety of sectors. In her consulting practice she focuses on aligning people, process, and technology to not only help organisations be more efficient and effective with what they know, but to be more innovative and creative, too. Stephanie has been bringing knowledge management success to organisations for more than 20 years.

Information Today Inc. published, Designing a Successful KM Strategy: A Guide for the Knowledge Management Professional, in January 2015, a book Stephanie co-authored with Knoco co-founder, Nick Milton. And, in May 2011, Ark Group published Stephanie’s report, Aligning People, Process, and Technology in Knowledge Management. She has written other chapters and articles for various publications and spoken at conferences around the world.

Stephanie graduated from Brock University with a BBA in Accounting and from McMaster University with an MBA in Information Technology. She is a Professional Scrum Master (PSM I), is ITIL Masters certified, has a Business Systems Analysis certificate, as well as completing a certificate in Gamification.

Stephanie can be found on the web at, and LinkedIn

Radical Knowledge Management advocates that creativity, specifically arts-based interventions, is the missing piece of the KM puzzle. Most people treat KM like it is a wired computer network: they can see all the bits and pieces (documents and repositories are the servers, cables, and desktop computers) but the real value in in going wireless–tablets, phones, and laptops and that is Radical KM; creativity is like wifi. Creativity, like going wireless, allows people the flexibility of looking at the world from someplace different, it enables innovation, and challenging the status quo.

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