Welcome to Knowledge Resources
This website is designed to help individuals be more effective and productive. The site contains resources that can help you strengthen your problem solving, decision making, creativity and learning skills.
Organizations, whether they are public, private, not-for-profit, large or small, succeed based on the effective actions of knowledgeable and skilled people. Yet we often take for granted how people work and learn.
Our goal is to offer tools and techniques to help you better understand and strengthen how you work and learn. The resources are free for you to use and share (with attribution). We hope that they are of value. As well, we appreciate any feedback that you can provide.
Kirby Wright PhD MBA is President, KRW Knowledge Resources Inc., an applied research and consulting firm that focuses on professional learning, innovation and knowledge management.
He has over 25 years of experience in leadership development, workplace learning and continuing learning activities including developing e-learning initiatives and creating mobile learning applications. His work in knowledge management includes developing KM strategies, designing knowledge networks, supporting personal knowledge management and enhancing evidence-based decision making and practice. His practice in the area of innovation focuses on helping individuals and organizations strengthen their innovative capacities.
Clients include public and private firms in health care, engineering, natural resources, government, post-secondary education, information technology, small business and research and development.
in addition to his consulting work he served as Assistant Deputy Minister for Municipal Affairs with the Government of Saskatchewan. His responsibilities community and land use planning, strategic sector relationships, municipal and infrastructure grants and northern municipal services.
Previously, he was an Assistant Professor at the University of Alberta, working at the Faculty of Extension and School of Business. In addition to teaching and research, he was Co-Director, Academic Technologies for Learning (a research and service unit focusing on supporting the use of technology in learning); Director, Business Programs and Manager, Master of Business Administration Programs. He worked within the post-secondary education system in Saskatchewan where he was responsible for developing international education projects in 22 countries, primarily South East Asia.
Dr. Wright received his Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Alberta; Master of Business Administration at the University of Calgary and Bachelor of Arts (Honours), majoring in History and English, and Bachelor of Education from the University of Saskatchewan.
Contact: kirby.wright AT shaw.ca