Dave Pollard

Organisation: Ernst & Young International

Dave Pollard, B.Sc. (Comp.Sc.), CA, has been the Chief Knowledge Officer for Ernst &
Young in Canada since 1994, following twenty years as an Entrepreneurial Services
practitioner and partner. Dave has responsibility as part of the Global Knowledge Steering
Group for:
· developing the firm’s Knowledge Strategy and Vision,
· design and deployment of Knowledge Architecture, Tools and Content,
· management of Research, Analysis, Navigation, and Specialist Network Services, and
· attainment of a Knowledge-Sharing Culture.
He is the new Director for Knowledge Innovation in E&Y’s Global CBK.
Dave is also the Global Corporate Finance Knowledge Coordinator, working with the
leaders of the firm’s Corporate Finance service line to develop knowledge tools, processes
and resources to meet the evolving needs of this service line. This provides strategic finance,
valuation, litigation support, restructuring and M&A transaction services for clients.
Dave has chaired firm committees and focus groups on the Virtual Workplace, Internet/
Intranet strategy, and business innovation. He is a subject matter specialist advising clients
and client service teams on knowledge management, business innovation and e-commerce.
He has written and lectured on a variety of subjects related to knowledge management,
innovation and the future of business.

Beiträge von Dave Pollard

  • Knowledge Management at Ernst & Young

    05. Oktober 2000 von Dave Pollard

    Since its pioneering knowledge management and organizational learning (“KM/OL”) efforts began in 1994, Ernst & Young has since received at least a dozen awards for its KM/OL leadership. These include being named in the Top five world’s Most Admired Knowledge Enterprises (MAKE Award) recognition two years running. The firm’s employees share a 650-person centrally managed Knowledge Organization (the “CBK—Center for Business Knowledge”), and have universal access to its knowledge-powered Intranet (the “KnowledgeWeb”). At time of writing, the firm is selling its consulting practice to Cap Gemini, but Cap Gemini has insisted on having ongoing access to the CBK and the KnowledgeWeb as part of the deal. [weiterlesen]