Knowledge Management

Lieutenant Commander John Morrison has a broad background in operational and requirements based C4IS having completed 11 years at National Defence Headquarters with the Directorate of Maritime Requirements Sea, C4ISR, as well as with The Information Management Group, Directorate Knowledge and Information Management. He holds a Master of Arts Degree in Knowledge Management from Royal Roads, Victoria BC.

Articles by this writer

May 2005  |  Magazine

Today’s concept of Command and Control, C2, and its corollaries in the other C2 (Communications and Computers) and ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance) and all of their associated complexities, reminds one of the definition of a consultant: someone who is adept at making the simple… complex.

May 2004  |  Magazine

Social devastation occurred in the local economy as a result of massive job losses and social and individual psychological consequences occurred due to decisions to expand the company into ares that were arguable outside of its core competencies. It raises the question of what is leadership in the construct of making tough decisions such as those faced by this CEO.