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Welcome to Knowledge Ability
We are a specialist UK company that trains and consults in
- Virtual teams, remote working, flexible working (teleworking, telecommuting) and other forms of post-geographic working.
- Best practices for the electronic workplace.
We have been doing this since 1993 for hundreds of clients on three continents. We help clients work together apart as successfully as they work together together.
Our base is the attractive South Cotswold town of Malmesbury, England, but we provide services world-wide, face to face and remotely.
For further information see these pages, or contact:
Dr John Gundry, Director
Knowledge Ability Ltd
93 High Street
SN16 9AL UK
T: +44 (0)1666 824644
September 13: Knowledge Ability celebrates its twentieth anniversary. John Gundry formed the company in September 1993 to provide training and consulting on the (then new) networked knowledge economy. Amongst the first products was the Working by Wire TM course in virtual teaming (see the brochure here). We are still going strong having delivered training to thousands of people from hundreds of companies on three continents.
May 13: John Gundry has joined the Telework Leadership and Management Network, established by the Australian Government's Department of Broadband Communications and the Digital Economy. The Network is identifying leadership and management skills needed to realise the benefits of teleworking and advancing these within Australian organisations. Knowledge Ability is also a Telework Partner of DBCDE's telework promotion and resources initiative.
May 13: John Gundry will be undertaking his nineteenth tour of Australia and his third of New Zealand in November 2013. See our agent's brochures for Virtual Team Manager Masterclass - Aust and Virtual Team Manager Masterclass - NZ.
July 12: An interview with John Gundry, Q&A: Homeworking During the Olympics, is published on the IT Donut website.
April 11: John Gundry was invited to a meeting with Department for Transport Minister Norman Baker MP and his officials to hear about the Department's Alternatives to Travel - Call for Evidence.
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These pages authored since 1996 by Knowledge Ability Ltd
Copyright and legal notices. September 2013