IC and KM

Intellectual Capital and Knowledge Management

Creating value from intangible assets and flows: this has been one of my research fields for more than a decade.

As founding member of the New Club of Paris,  I am particularly interested in regional and national aspects of iknowledge and intellectual capital.

Future of Luxembourg, Feb 2013, organised by the Luxembourg Association for Intellectual Capital.  You can read more about it here:  Review Lux IC event

NCP-Lux-Panel 2013

 

IC 11: Innovative Ecosystems, Joint Intangibles, and Territories; Regional Focus: China

World Conference on Intellectual Capital Conference, Paris, University Paris Sud

28/29 May 2015

Programme Details http://www.chaironintellectualcapital.u-psud.fr/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=65

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Past events:

ICICKM 2014

11th International Conference on Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Management & Organisational Learning

7-8 November 2014, University of Sydney

http://academic-conferences.org/icickm/icickm2014/icickm14-home.htm

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World Conference on Intellectual Capital for Communities (8th edition), 6-7 June 2013, Paris

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World Conference on Intellectual Capital for Communities (8th edition), 31 May/1st June 2012, Paris

Open Innovation, Knowledge Flow, and the New Innovation Agenda

Venue: World Bank Paris Office

Details: IC8 Paris Agenda 2012

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ICICKM 2012

9th International Conference on Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Management & Organisational Learning  (ICICKM 2012) 

The Universidad del Rosario, Bogotá, Colombia, 18-19 October 2012.

http://academic-conferences.org/icickm/icickm2012/icickm12-call-papers.htm

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Knowledge Economy Lectures series

Knowledge-based economy, information society, creative/idea economy – since the late 1950s advanced economies are in a deep transformation process towards economies based on value creation through intangibles. This lecture series shall address some of the key challenges for Hong Kong.  We are inviting local and international experts, the business community and interested public to a stimulating dialogue on how Hong Kong’s future as knowledge economy can be strengthened.

Topics:

  1. Value Creation in Knowledge Economies
  2. Creative Economy development
  3. Sustainable Growth Models for Knowledge-based Economies
  4. Ideas Economy and Know-how trading
  5. The hidden value of Public Sector Information
  6. Ethics of the Information Society
  7. Creative milieus in Knowledge Cities

The programme  is a collaborative effort of universities, think tanks, government agencies, non-profit sector and business organizations in Hong Kong.  We also welcome your suggestions and ideas for this special programme.

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KM

Knowledge Management is the art of creating value from an organization’s intangible assets.

Karl Erik Sveiby

This definition has guided us in our understanding of managing know how  in an organisational context.  Looking at knowledge stocks and flows in organisations gives you a fresh perspective on the complexity of the nature of organisational issues.

14th International Conference on Knowledge Management (ICKM)

9-10 November 2018, Vancouver

The conference will be held in conjunction with the annual meeting of ASIS&T “Building and Sustaining an Ethical Future with Emerging Technology”

https://www.asist.org/am18/

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13th International Conference on Knowledge Management (ICKM)

25-27 October 2017, Dallas, Texas

CfP http://www.ickm.net

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10-11 October 2016, ICKM, Vienna

12th International Conference on Knowledge Management

CfP http://ickm2016.ocg.at/

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18-19 November 2015, KM Asia

The 15th Anniversary KM Asia Conference will be held in Hong Kong this year.

http://www.kmasia.com/

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4-6 November 2015 ICKM, Osaka

11th International Conference on Knowledge Management

http://ickm.kis.osakafu-u.ac.jp/

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12-15 August 2014  Knowledge Management International Conference, Langkawi, Malaysia

http://www.kmice.cms.net.my/kmice2014/updates.asp

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29 Feb 2012:  Article on Social Media and KM for non-profit organisations in Hong Kong URL  http://wp.me/pPmWo-4T

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Knowledge Management Conferences in Hong Kong since 1999

From 1999-2009  we organised a series  of conference series on managing knowledge in Asia – the Asia Pacific Management Conferences in Hong Kong (APKMC) which focused on managing knowledge in the context of Asian business environments.

Chronology of previous conferences:

2-3 Dec 1999                1st Asia Pacific KM Conference

Knowledge Management in Asia: Strategic Directions for Business  Transformation

28-29 Nov 2000           2nd Asia Pacific KM Conference

Managing Knowledge in a Networked Economy

Developing KM Practices and Communities in Asia-Pacific

21-22 Nov 2001            3rd Asia Pacific KM Conference

Knowledge Shared – Knowledge Doubled

28-29 Nov 2002            4th Asia Pacific KM Conference

Visible Results and Ongoing Challenges for Knowledge  Organisations

27-28 Nov 2003             5th Asia Pacific KM Conference

KM in Asia: Competitive Advantage and Challenges in Managing  Knowledge

18-19 Nov 2004          6th Asia Pacific KM Conference

Intangible Assets – The Wealth of Knowledge-based Economies

8-9 Dec 2005                7th Asia Pacific KM Conference

Global Trade, Global Knowledge

13-14 Dec 2006            8th Asia Pacific KM Conference

New Perspectives on Innovation and Knowledge Management

(in connection with the 3rd KMAP conference)

28-29 Nov 2007          9th Asia Pacific KM Conference

Preparing for the Future – Intelligence Gathering and Sense-making

4 Dec 2008                     10th Asia Pacific Knowledge Management Conference

Managing Knowledge for Sustainable Growth:  Searching for Business Models for the Future

From 2001-2006, the APKMC was hosted by the Hong Kong Knowledge Management Society (www.hkkms.org).

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