Martin C.



Toronto, ON
Hometown: Toronto

Organizer since:

April 3, 2008

What are you interesting in learning about from this group?

Wikis exemplify open transparency. Transparent to not only view all information but to edit and restructure too. Society needs transparency. Without transparency we cannot appreciate other's constraints and objectives without explicitly asking.

Do you have suggestions for technology you would like to see or a speaker?

Yes, I run TWiki internally at work, this comprises our corporate intranet. I also run instances of Confluence, Deki Wiki and have programmed against Media Wiki and TikiWiki.


Toronto Wiki Tuesdays (& Knowledge Workers Toronto) founded and run by Martin Cleaver M.Sc. MBA, Head Blender of Blended Perspectives, a consulting firm based in Toronto. Martin is a Chair of WikiSym, the International Symposium on the use of Wikis.

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  • Sandeep P.

    Healthcare Strategy: Healthcare Sector Integration

    My name is Sandip Patel. I am a post graduate student in Global Business Management at Humber College and I am searching an Internship as a part of my course requirement. Because of having in total four year industrial experience in healthcare Industries, I will add significant value to your company. Please let me know if my skills will add value in your team!

    Apr 25, 2014 12:00 PM
  • iris

    we are creating a co-housing project in Toronto. please pass along to interested people? www.torontoecoh­ousingcommunity­.ca

    Mar 30, 2013 8:40 PM
  • Natalie V.

    Dear Martin,
    I would like to invite you to join the exclusive CEO Club of Toronto.
    Our upcoming Business Luncheon is on may 12th at 12:30 pm at The Albany Club of Toronto.
    For more information and to join please refer to this link­­
    Best regards, Natalie

    May 05, 2011 11:28 AM
  • Milton

    Knowledge Workers: Methods - Toronto

    Michael Cheveldave and the Cognitive Edge group are a great addition to the Knowledge Workers Toronto network. I was at their San Francisco training event and as a complexity theory advocate and practitioner, I can say that they really understand the theory, know how to apply it, and in so doing, side-step the "Here's the magic formula" cookie-cutter consulting approach that is all-to-common. I can't make it but I'm sure it will be worth attending.

    Nov 12, 2009 4:11 PM
  • Joel but you can call me J.

    Thanks for meeting and your efforts on behalf of the group. You spoke of another meeting to come on the 19th but I didn't catch the location?
    Is it a meet-up or somewhere else.

    Mar 11, 2009 1:08 PM
  • Andrew

    Thanks for the greeting.

    Jan 21, 2009 11:14 AM

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