Canadian Learning and Collaborative Knowledge Network.


K-NET - Knowledge-NET - is a play ground of agile knowledge management enthusiasts. We use this informal space to raise awareness on emerging technologies; to debate and discuss the impact of collaborative socialization on work and life; and to raise awareness of new agile forms of conducting business with knowledge management methodologies. Such as Agile Co-Working in real time. It is our goal to bring to life numerous Agile Knowledge Management (KM) conversations on diverse topics.

Using state of the art technology, free online tools, and cognitive processing collaborative technology such as WebIDEApro, K-NET hosts meetup events titled Knowledge-LAB. Set up somewhere in between the hybrid realities of the virtual world and incarnate physical space, K-LAB and K-NET push the notion that connectivity, the sharing of ideas, and the progression of knowledge are borderless, ultimately pluralistic, inclusive, and the way of an improved future.

As a group of that is thrilled by the the buzz in the websphere, who fear not connecting the dots and disjoining them in order reassemble and co-create stronger intellectual-human structures, our passion is sharing, growing, inventing and generally making the world (and workplace too) a better place.

If you find our propositions tantalizing and/or are simply curious about Agile Knowledge Management Transformation and technology, come share your ideas at K-LAB. Drop a comment, collaborate, and become part of a growing network of like-minded, forward thinking peers.

K-NET is a community of participants that continues to learn. We have been regrouping since the beginning of the activities of A-I-A. The K-NET community invites you to explore with us the way of the future. Your comments are welcome ! Come join us.

– The K-NET team


  • Agile Teaming for Value Creation and Innovation
  • Agile post-digital organizational transformation
  • Co-development Group for Action
  • Prevention and Management of Unexpected Events
  • Emergency Management and Prevention
  • Knowledge mobilization
  • Knowledge Transfer and circulation
  • Learning and Innovation
  • Collaborative Web Semantic and Real-Time technologies
  • Cultural and organizational barriers to knowledge sharing
  • Characteristics of knowledge sharing cultures
  • Schema and idea mapping, tagging, connecting in blogsphere
  • Knowledge Management Tools
  • Collective Intelligence
  • Real Time Co-construction of solutions
  • Virtual Open Space Approach
  • Peer to Peer collaboration in real time
  • Collaborative brainstorming
  • Visual Thinking and Problem-Solving