Hubert Saint-Onge, Senior Vice President Strategic Capabilities at Clarica, has been honored among other worldwide knowledge management leaders, such as John Chambers of Cisco Systems, as one of the year 2000's Most Admired Knowledge Leaders by Teleos and Work Frontiers International.
What does MAKL stand for?
MAKL stands for Most Admired Knowledge Leaders (business award)
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- Most Admired Knowledge Enterprises (Teleos)
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- Macintosh Association of Kitakyushu (Japan)
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- Ministry of National Defense Agency for KIA (Killed in Action) Recovery and Identification (South Korea)
- Medical Aid Kit/Station
- Multicultural Awareness Knowledge Skills Survey
- Michael Appleby Keeping Us Safe (Chattanooga, TN)
- Macro Assembly Language
- Maintain At Least ... (altitude)
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Xerox's John Seely Brown and Yotaro Kobayashi are among the world's 10 Most Admired Knowledge Leaders, according to a survey released by Teleos, an independent knowledge management research organization, and Work Frontiers International, a management services consultancy.