Will anything be presented on how to encourage people to perform KM, rather than
just talk about it? If so, please submit KM work product prepared today,
yesterday, last week, last year, etc., to show this conference will present
useful ideas on KM, and that prescriptions are grounded in experience, per
Peirce, Drucker, Grove, Bellinger, Engelbart, Park, Johnson, Armstrong, et al.
How will the conference distinguish KM from IT, TQM and AI?
Will anyone explain that email, meetings and cell phones are the primary cause
of failed communications that lead to continual bumbling, delay and loss, which
reduce stock prices?
KM Cluster wrote:
> To: Rod Welch
> 4th WORLD CONGRESS ON INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL
> 2nd WORLD CONGRESS ON ELECTRONIC COMMERCE
> January 17-19, 2001
> Hamilton Convention Centre
> Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
> This world-class conference represents the largest and most prestigious
> collection of leading academic researchers and senior business executives
> working in the areas of intellectual capital, knowledge management and
> Hear over 125 presentations from over 30 countries as well as attend
> fantastic social networking functions and participate in an interactive
> knowledge café.
> Line-up of keynote speakers include:
> Don Tapscott, Chairman of Digital 4Sight
> "Harnessing the Power of Business Webs"
> Tom Jenkins, CEO of Opentext
> "Delivering Hyper Innovation to Global 2000
> Steve Denning, KM Director of the World Bank
> "How Storytelling Ignites Action in Knowledge-Era
> Don Morrison, COO of Research in Motion
> "Integrating Marketing with Innovation in the New
> Economy: Wireless Enabled Technology for the
> Verna Allee, President of Integral Performance Group
> "The New Dynamics of Value Creation"
> Shahla Aly, VP Telecommunications, IBM Canada
> "Next Generation Internet"
> Leif Edvinsson, VP Intellectual Capital of Knexa.com
> "The Search for Corporate Longitude"
> Ante Pulic, Ursula Schneider Austrian IC Research Centre
> "Knowledge Management in the Germanic Context"
> Our sponsors include: OpenText, Research In Motion, Journal
> of Intellectual Capital, Journal of Internet Research,
> Knexa.com, Austrian Intellectual Capital Research Centre,
> General Motors, Dofasco, Canadian Business, Bell, AMS,
> Gennum, AT Kearney, Burlington Economic Development
> Corporation, Quarterly Journal of Electronic Commerce,
> Business Sense, McMaster E-Commerce Research Centre, and
> The full agenda for the event can be found here:
> Most papers and presentations from this conference will be available for
> download from Knexa.com after the event:
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