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11-12 November, Hong Kong, China
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Conference Programme

The programme for the conference is given below.  A .pdf version of this timetable can be found in the download section of the conference At a Glance page.

Section 1 Thursday 10 November Streams A-E

Section 2 Friday 11 November Streams A-E




Wednesday 10 November 2010


The Metropolis Hotel (until 1930)
Welcome drinks and pre-conference registration (until 19:30)

Thursday 11 November 2010


Registration and coffee (outside M1603)


Room: M1603, 16/F, Li Ka Shing Tower
Opening remarks:
W.B. Lee


Welcome Speech:  Walter. W Yuen, Vice President (Academic Development), The Hong Hong Polytechnic University


Conference Information:  Sue Nugus


Keynote Address: Leif Edvinsson, Chairman of the New Club of Paris
Rising Intellectual Capital in China - What causes the Phenomenological Economic Potential and Growth


Conference splits into streams


Room: R1110
Stream A -
Intellectual Capital
Chair - Geoff Turner

Room: R1107
Stream B -
 Industry focused KM
Chair -
Soren Willert

Room: R601
Stream C -
Managing knowledge
Chair - Hanne Keller

Room: R1109
Stream D -
Chair -
 Paul Toulson



Post-Merger Knowledge Transfer: Examining Antecedent Structural Complexity
Frantz Terrill and Kathleen Carley, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA

Investigating Knowledge Management Systems Development in Practice: A Case Study of a Small Marketing Consultancy
Moteleb Aboubakr, Mark Woodman, Middlesex University and Daniel Cudjoe, Intaract Ltd, UK

Knowledge Creation Through Development Projects
Laursen Erik, Aalborg University, Denmark

An Empirical Test of the Knowledge Management Life Cycle Model at a Turkish Petroleum Oil Industry Firm
Sagsan Mustafa, Near East University, Nicosia, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus and Kursad Zorlu, Ahi Evran University, Turkey



Communicating Intangibles Prior to Assets: The Traces of Knowledge
Brännström Daniel, Uppsala University, Sweden

Knowledge Barriers when Launching new Telecommunications for Public Safety
Sunesson Kaj and Ilona Heldal, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden

Framework for Managing National Research Project Records as Knowledge Assets: Integrated use of Lifecycle, Continuum and Ecosystem Knowledge Management Methodologies
An Xiaomi, Xianyang Bai and Wang Wang, Renmin University of China and Andy Dawson, CIBER, University College London, UK

Building a Knowledge Management Model at Brazil's Embrapa (Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation): Towards a Knowledge-based View of Organizations
Alvarenga Neto Rivadávia C. Drummond, Fundação Dom Cabral and Job Lucio Gomes Vieira, Embrapa, Brazil



Critical Evaluation of Strategies for Value Creation in Knowledge Driven Organisations
Massawe Pascal and Anne James, Coventry University, UK

Case Study of Knowledge Management in the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology
Zhang Ye, China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology, China

Knowledge Management, an Enduring Fashion
Grant Kenneth, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada

A Study of the Similarity in Mental Models and Team Performance
Zou Tracy and W.B. Lee, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong



Intellectual Capital Performance and Government Ownership: An Ananlysis of Indonesian Banks
Prabowo Ronny and Like Sugiono, Satya Wacana Christian University, Salatiga, Indonesia

Communication and Knowledge Sharing Set-ups within International Engineering Companies
Paulin Dan, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden

The Formulaic and Embryonic Dimensions of Knowledge Management Strategy: A Social Practice Perspective
Imani Yassaman, University of Hertfordshire Business School, UK

Developing a Knowledge Management Maturity Model Towards Government Organisations Competitiveness
Buheji Mohamed, Brunel University and Jamal Al-Zayer, Ahlia University, Bahrain



Lunch (Staff Club Restaurant, 5/F, Communal Building)


Room: R1110
Stream A -
Intellectual Capital
Chair - Ken Grant

Room: R1107
Stream B -
Educational Issues
Chair -
Lian Dumouchel

Room: R601
Stream C -
Mini track on Communities of practice, the role of leaders and managers  in the process of creativity and innovation
Chair - Nima Fallah

Room: R602
Stream D -
Chair -
Mustafa Sagsan

Room: R1109
Stream E -
PhD Colloquium
Chair -
PC Chen


Reporting of Intellectual Capital from the Romanian Companies’ Perspective
Morariu Maria Cristina, Academy of Economic Studies, BucharestRomania

Academic Vocational Training: Searching for a New Paradigm
Willert Søren, Hanne Dauer Keller and Nikolaj Stegeager, Aalborg University, Denmark

Investigation of the Communities of Practice in MTR Corporation's iShare Portal
Sher Andreas, Byran Tse, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Danal Blessis and Donald Yu, MTR Corporation, Hong Kong

Smarter  Innovation Networks in Enterprises
Gu Xin-jian, Feng Dai, Lu-sha Zhen, Zhejiang University, Wei Zhang, Qiu-hao Yang, Ye Zhang and Chen-yong Du, China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology, China

Tacit Knowledge in Nuclear Power Plants: Content, Characteristics and Sharing
Kuronen-Mattila Tanja, Aalto University School of Science and Technology, Finland
From Intangibles Identification  to Requirements for Intangibles Management
Penciuc Diana, Alstom Transport, Marie-Hélène Abel, University of Technology of Compiègne, Didier Van Den Abeele, Alstom Transport, France
An Empirical Study of the Impact of Intellectual Capital Performance on Business Performance
Yu Ka Yin, Hing Tai Ng and Wai Kwan Wong, University of Hong Kong, China
Intellectual Capital Reporting: an Innovative Model to Represent Company's Invisible Asset
Celenza Domenico, Fabio Nappo and Rosa Lombardi, University of Cassino, Italy
Demystifying Organizational Learning: A Case Study of IBM’s Corporate Volunteer Program
Kok Ayse, Kellogg College, University of Oxford, UK
14:55-15:15 Discussion and feedback


The Romanian Training Market in the Field of Human Capital Development: Case Study on the Impact of Universities as Training Program Suppliers on Regional Development
Abrudan Maria-Madela, and Anca Dodescu, Univesity of Oradea, Romania

Knowledge Management on Student Centered Learning Methods
Varol Nurhayat, Firat University, Elazig, Turkey

On Possibilities to Develop Cross-border Knowledge Region: The Case of Tallinn (Estonia) and Helsinki (Finland)
Krigul Merle, Estonian Business School, Tallinn, Estonia

Culture Vs Cultures of Innovation: Conceptual Framework and Parameters for Assessment
Jucevicius Giedrius, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania


Resource Scarcity in the Context of Access to Information in the Knowledge-Economy and its impact on Technological Processes
Plescan Melinda,  Babes-Bolyai University, Clujnapoca and Andrei Stefan Nestian, Alexandru Ioan Cuza Univeristy, Lasi, Romania

Knowledge Sharing: A Bibliometric Analysis of Open-Access Knowledge Management Journals
Abdullah Szarina and Hazila Timan, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Selangor, Malaysia

Communities of Practice for Open Innovation: Enabling Organisational Creativity?
Yström Anna, Tobias Fredberg, Susanne Ollila and Maria Elmquist, Chalmers University of Technology,  Gothenburg, Sweden

An Empirical Study of Knowledge Management Effectiveness and Organizational Innovation in Malaysian Manufacturing Firms
Tan Cheng Ling and Aizzat Mohd. Nasurdin, Univiversiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia


Refreshments (Room: 11/F, Shirley Chan Building)
Poster Contributors will stand by their posters to discuss their research



Room: R1110
Stream A -
 Knowledge acquisition and transfer
Chair -
Ilona Heldal

Room: R1107
Stream B -
 Case Studies
Chair -
John Dumay

Room: R601
Stream C-
Chair - Teresa Tiago

Room: R602
Stream D -
R&D issues
Chair -
Erik Laursen

Room: R1109
Stream E -
PhD Colloquium
Chair -
Kathy Huang


Knowledge Management in Professional Soccer
Cairo Osvaldo and Juan Pablo Botinelli, ITAM, Mexico

Information Seeking Behavior of Police Officers in Hong Kong: An Exploratory Study
Chan Kwai Nga Lam, Apple Chan Kwan Yi,  Jasmine Fu Ho Ching and Peter Warning, University of Hong Kong

Knowledge Management and Organizational Innovativeness in the Iranian Banking Industry
Bidmeshgipour Maryam, Rosmini Omar and Wan Khairuzzamam, University Technology Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Identification and Classification of R&D Managers’ Tacit Knowledge: Case Study of an R&D Institute Active in the Oil, Gas and Petrochemical Industry
Ghasemi Hossein, University of Tehran, Nazanin Gholami, Bonyan Institute, Iran and Babak Akhgar, Sheffield Hallam University, UK

Cross-Border Cooperation: Organisation's Role in the Enhancement of Knowledge and Innovation in a Region
Lepik Katri-Liis, Estonian Business School, Tallinn, Estonia
Intellectual Capital Efficiencey in Malaysian Public Companies: A Longitudinal Study
Rahim Azlina, Ruhaya Atan and Amrizah Kamaluddin, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia
The Moderating Effect of Organisational Culture on Intellectual Capital and Organisational Effectiveness Relationships
Kamaluddin Amrizah and Rashidah Abdul Rahman, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia
16:25-16:45: Discussion and feedback


Acquisition of Experience-based Knowledge from the Swedish Armed Forces International Missions: A Comparison between Groups and Individuals
Pettersson Ulrica, Swedish National Defence College, Stockholm, Sweden

Universities' Organisational Learning Rate Dependending on the Level of Participation in the Higher Education Market: The Case Study of Estonia
Voolaid Karen and Üllas Ehrlich, Tallinn School of Economics and Business Administration, Estonia

Management of Innovation in Hospitals: From the Introduction of a New Health Information Technology to Organizational Performance
Esmaeilzadeh Pouyan, Murali Sambasivan and Naresh Kumar, University Putra Malaysia, Serdang, Malaysia

Networks of Inter-Organisational Knowledge Development within the Open Innovation Context: The Case of R&D Intensive Start-ups
Petraite Monika and Brigita Janiunaite, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania


Close of Conference Day


Close of Conference Day

Close of Conference Day



Buses leave to go to the Conference dinner from the  Harbour Plaza Metopolis and Harbour Plaza 8 Degrees Hotels


Conference Dinner at the Jumbo Floating Restaurant


Buses return to the Harbour Plaza Metopolis and Harbour Plaza 8 Degrees Hotels

Friday 12 November 2010


Refreshments (Outside Room M1603)


Room: M1603, 16/F, Li Ka Shing Tower
Opening Remarks


Keynote Address: Stephen Selby, Director of Intellectual Property Department, HKSAR Government, Hong Kong, China
Selling the ICM Concept to the Community


Introduction to ICICKM 2011: Vincent Ribiere, University of Bangkok, Thailand


Refreshments (Outside Room M1603)


Room: R1110
Stream A -
Intellectual Capital
- Riva Drummond

Room: R1107
Stream B -
 Social networks
Chair -
Dan Paulin

Room: R601
Stream C -
Mini track on Inter-organisational Learning
Chair -
Esra Bektas

Room: R602
Stream D -
Mini track on Moving IC into the Business Mainstream
Chair - Mary Adams

Room: R1109
Stream E -
PhD Colloquium
Chair -
Eric Tsui


Intellectual Capital and Practices of Knowledge Management in Health Systems
Pinto Ferreira Paula, Sao Teotonio Hospital, Paulo Pinheiro, Beira Interior University and Ricardo Rodrigues, Research Group on Enterprise Science and Rui Pinto, Dentist Oporto, Portugal

Social Network Analysis: A Case Study in Turkey
Varol Asaf, Firat University and Ozgur Aydin, Bingol University, Turkey

International Strategic Alliance and Organisational Learning: Factors for Promoting Learning: A Malaysian Case
Dato Mansor Zuraina, Universiti Putra, Selangor, Malaysia

The Choice of Intellectual Capital Statements in Systems Integration in a Leading High-Tech Company 
Paoloni Paola, University of Human Sciences "Niccolò Cusano", Mauro Paoloni, Paola Demartini, Massimiliano Celli, University of Rome3 and Maria Vittoria Guidotti, Selex, Italy

The Meaning of Social Interaction Within Open Innovation Projects in Academic Context
Vehmas Kati, University of Lapland, Finland
The Impact of HRM Practices on Organisational Capabilities, Mediated by Knowledge Sharing: A Conceptual Model
Iqbal Salman, Paul Toulson and David Tweed, Massey university, New Zealand
Organisational Cultural Values for Successful Knowledge Sharing: The Case of Malaysia
Abdul Jalal Hayati, Paul Toulson and David Tweed, Massey University, New Zealand
Distributed Leadership in Communities of Practice: The Case of The United Nations
Fallah Nima, Strasbourg University, France
1130-1200 - Discussion and feedback


Enhancing Stakeholders Involvement in Knowledge Translation Activities in the OHS Research Environment
Lazure Luis, Charles Gagné and Denis Denys, IRSST, Montreal, Canada (Presentation only)

Application of IT Tools in KMS Within a Social Ecology
Cairó Osvaldo and Nora Tejeda Hernandez, ITAM, Mexico

Knowledge Transfer and Relationship Building Among Students, the Small Business Community and the University
Dumouchel Lian, Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, Canada

Capturing and Reporting of structural Capital in the Quality Management Process: A Case study in a Batteries Manufacturing Company
Chan Chi Wa, Percy and W.B. Lee, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong


Learning and Knowledge in the Context of Absorptive Capacity
Franganito Rui, Instituto Superior de Administracao e Contabilidade de Lisboa, Portugal

Social Technographics and Business Strategies
Zhang Li Zhong, Regional School of Business, La Trobe University, Bendigo, Australia

The Role of Image and Reputation as Intangible Resources in Non-profit Organisations: A Relationship Management Perspective
Kong Eric, University of Southern Queensland and Mark Farrell, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, Australia

An Examination of Two Grand-Theories of IC as Barriers to the use of IC Concepts
Dumay John, University of Sydney, Australia



Intergenerational Knowledge Transfer in the Workplace: A Sociological Perspective
Xin Wang and Dong Ziaoying, Peking University, Beijing, China

Identifying Stakeholders in the Andalusian Agency of Healthcare Quality
Reyes-Alcázar Víctor, Marta Casas-Delgado and Antonio Torres-Olivera, Andalusian Agency for Healthcare Quality, Spain

Optimized for Growth: Case Study of a Sales Organization
Adams Mary and Verna Allee, I-Capital Advisors, USA


Lunch (Staff Club Restaurant, 5/F, Communal Building)


Room: R1110
Stream A -
e-Business and market mechanisms
Chair - Brigita Janiunaite

Room: R1107
Stream B -
Mini track on Risk Knowledge Management
Chair -
Eduardo Rodriguez

Room: R1109
Stream C -
Mini track on Inter-organisational Learning
Chair -
Esra Bektas

Room: R602
Stream D -
Mini track on Moving IC into the Business Mainstream
Chair - Mary Adams



Performance of the Operational Headquarters eBusiness on the War Room Process
Chin Lin Yao and Tsai Ping Heng, Yuan-Ze University, Taoyuan, Taiwan

Knowledge-intensive Collaborations to combat Cyber Crime in the Asia Pacific
Ng Daniel and Eric Tsui, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Kowloon, Hong Kong

An Organizational Learning Method by Extracting Organizational Knowledge From Analyzing Activity Logs
Kouji Aoyama, Watanabe Shunichi and Obata Akihiko, Fujitsu laboratories ltd., Kawasaki, Japan

The Development of an Intellectual Capital Index for Malaysian Companies
Shamsuddin Amanuddin, Zubaidah Zainal Abidin and Huan Ching Choo, Universiti Teknologi MARA/Accounting Research Institute, Malaysia



The Contribution of Knowledge Management to eBusiness Activities
Tiago Flavio, Maria Teresa Tiago and Joao Pedro Couto, University of the Azores, Portugal

The Board of Directors, Executives and Risk Knowledge Management
Rodriguez Eduardo, IQAnalytics.com-UNAD, Canada, John Edwards, Aston Business School, UK and David Koenig, The Governance Fund Advisors, USA

The Management of Academic Knowledge Based on Organizational Learning
Tikhomirov Vladimir, Natalia Tikhomirova, Valentina Maksimova and Yuriy Telnov, Moscow State University of Economics, Statistics and Informatics (MESI), Russia

How do Key Performance Indicator Metrics help Advance Knowledge Management and Ensure its Sustainability?
Rabhi Mohamed, SABIC T&I, Saudi Arabia



Use of Market Mechanisms for Election Outcome Prediction
Lackes Richard, Erik Frank and Chris Börgermann, Technische Universität Dortmund, Germany

Using Risk Assessment Techniques to Consolidate Indicators in IC Process: Case Study of Suanboonyopatham School
Yodmongkon Pitipong, Chiang Mai University, Thailand

The Intelligent Enterprise: Knowledge-Driven Category Management
Dayyani Basel, American University in Dubai, UAE

The Future of IC and how will we get There?
Adams Mary, I-Capital Advisors, USA and John Dumay, University of Sydney, Australia (RoundTable)



Room: R601
Closing Forum
W.B. Lee, Eric Tsui and Mary Adams


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Management of Legal Information in an International Context: A Conundrum of Challenges and Opportunities
Howland Joan, University of Minnesota Law School, USA and Chang Wang, China University of Political Science and Law, China poster Main) CK-001













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