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CI for Innovation 2005 conference in Johannesburg

The video contains highlights of the international CI Conference presented by IBIS and held in Johannesburg in 2005. Keynote speakers at the conference were Craig S. Fleisher and Arik Johnson.

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Comment by Craig S. Fleisher on April 13, 2008 at 9:48pm
Hi Mike: This reminded me of one of the best meetings I have ever participated in. Your team did an absolutely tremendous job on what would be a top meeting anywhere in the world! I would love to see something along these lines done again, maybe in 2010 as a five year revisit of the theme? S, Africa has so much to be proud of in its CI efforts -- it is truly one of the leading nation states in terms of the development of its practice, the participation of its post-secondary sector, the CI community activity, and the like. I would echo Arik's comments and am willing to assist in any way I can to help you again should the opportunity arise. I hope it may... and until then, best continuing wishes for good health and success, Craig
Comment by Arik Johnson on March 25, 2008 at 8:46am
Brilliant, Mike! Just really brilliant - thanks for adding this video - I will always remember your 2005 CI for Innovation conference as one of the very best meetings on both CI as well as Innovation I've been a part of anywhere in the world (and I've participated in more than a few).

When are you doing another?! Though I cannot imagine the sheer amount of work it takes to pull this off, you really set the bar high, so if you need help please pulling it off, please let me know what I can do.

Thanks again.

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