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ICICKM 2011
27-28 October, Bangkok, Thailand
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Conference Programme





 

The programme for the conference is given below.


You can download a .PDF version of this timetable on the At a Glance page

Thursday 27 October: Streams A-F

Friday 28 October: Streams A-F

Posters

 

 

 

Wednesday 26 October

0900-1600

A series of workshops will be offered all day long at the University of Bangkok
Download details from http://ikisea.bu.ac.th/workshop/ 

 

18:30

In the bar at the Imperial Queen’s Park Hotel
Welcome drinks and pre-conference registration (Until 19:30)

Thursday 27 October

8:15

Registration and coffee
Room: Chaiyapruek Room, Building 9, 14th Floor.

9:00

Room: University Theatre, Building 9, 16th Floor.
Welcome by 
Dr. Mathana Santiwat (President of Bangkok University)
Opening remarks:
Vincent Ribiere and Lugkana Worasinchai

9:15

Keynote Address: Patrick Lambe, Straits Knowledge, Singapore
The three tribes: learning, knowledge management and intellectual capital - towards a common agenda

10:00

Conference splits into streams

 

 

 

Room:  951, Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream A -
Intellectual Capital
Chair - Jean-Louis Ermine

Room: 952 Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream B -
 Organisational Learning
Chair -
Paul Toulson

Room: 953 Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream C -
Mini Track on Knowledge Management, from Theory to Practice and Future Trends 
Chair - Mohamed Rabhi

Room: 945 Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream D -
Mini Track on Knowledge Management in Government 
Chair -  Mustafa Sagsan

Room: 955 Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream E -
PhD Colloquium
Chair/discussant:
Paul James and Vincent Ribiere 

Room: 956 Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream F -
KM Tools
Chair -
 Bob Barrett

10:15

Measuring Intellectual Capital Performance in the Case of Romanian Public Companies
Morariu Maria Cristina, The Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest Romania

Organizational Learning and Transformational Leadership in Higher Education
Dewi Irra Chrisyanti, STIE IEU Surabaya, Indonesia

Knowledge Management and the Synergy Between Theory and Practice
Rabhi Mohamed, Saudi Basic Industries Corporation, Saudi Arabia (Presentation only)

The Effect of Strategic Learning Systems and Organisational Structure on e-Government Performance: A Survey in the Public Sector by Means of an Artificial Neural Network
Zorlu Kürsad, Ahi Evran University, Kirsehir, Turkey

1015-1025
Systems Archetypes and Learning Templates for Enhancing Environmental Security
Kummool Marissara, Pitipong Yodmongkol and Nopasit Chakpitak, Paul Goldsmith and Walaiporn Tantikanangkui, Chiang Mai University, Thailand
1030-1040
Measuring Intellectual Capital for Romanian SMEs: A Comparative Analysis by Field of Activity
Ileanu Bogdan-Vasil, Claudiu Herteliu and Tudorel Andrei, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania
1045-1055
Intellectual Capital Efficiency, Innovation Capital and  Performance in Malaysian Technology Firms
Rahim Azlina, Ruhaya Atan and Amrizah Kamaluddin, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam, Malaysia
1100-1110
A KM Perspective on the Progression Towards an Electronic Patient Record within an NHS Hospital
McCracken Sara and John Edwards, Aston Business School, UK
1115-1125
A Knowledge Visualization Tool for Knowledge Transfer: The Case of Information Processing Enhancement of a Field Sales Force
Delorme Daranee, Dhurakij Phundit University, Bangkok, Thailand
1130-1200 Feedback and discussion

Managing Information Overload - Teachable Media Agents
Ketamo Harri, Satakunta University of Applied Sciences, Finland

10:45

Development and Implementation of an Intellectual Capital Model from a Balanced Scorecard: Practical Experience from Ecopetrol S.A.
Lopez Martha, Oscar Guerra and Sonia Castro, Colombian Petroleum Institute,ECOPETROL S.A., Piedecuesta, Colombia

The Organizational Learning Process in the Design of a New Service
Castaneda Delio, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogota and Sandra Patricia Duarte, Universidad del Valle, Cali, Colombia

Farmers’ Knowledge Management in Fish Disease Treatment: The case of Smallholder Farmers in the MeKong River Delta, Vietnam
Khoi Le Nguyen Doan, Cantho University, Vietnam

Intellectual Property Valuation Decision Support System: Towards Dynamic SMEs in Malaysia
Harris Hezlin, Kamarulzaman Ab Aziz and Mariati Norhashim, Multimedia University, Selangor, Malaysia

Evaluation and Response from Students and Teachers on a Preliminary Launch of an ELT Resource-based Website
Pringprom Preawpan, Bangkok University, Thailand

11:15

Value Creation Through Knowledge Management and Intellectual Capital: An Empirical Investigation
Salleh Kalsom and Ching Choo Huang, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia

The Role of Social Networking Tools on Purchasing Decision Making Process
Bechina Aurilla Aurelie, College University of Buskerud and Eli Hustad, University of Agder, Kristiansand, Norway

Toward a Meta-Synthesis Supporting System for the Reuse of Government Information Resources to city Travel and Traffic: Knowledge Asset Management Approaches for Beijing
An Xiaomi, Shaotong Xu, Zian Yang Bai, Hongqi Han, Renmin University of China, Mu Yong and Wei Wang, Beijing Information Resources Management Center, Beijing, P.R.China and Andy Dawson, University College London, UK

Appropriation of Software Process Improvement Standards: An Empirical Study in Software Development Organizations
Gey Ronny, Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany

Knowledge Based Construction Element Database
Anzelak Marko, Gert Morak and Wolfgang Ebner, Alpen-Adria-Universität, Klagenfurt, Austria

11:45

The Relationship Between Knowledge Management and Intellectual Capital in Listed Companies of Mainland China
Chu Samuel Kai Wah, Wendy Wu, Kin Hang Chan and Olina Fu, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Organizational Learning Rate Measurement Instruments for Business Schools
Voolaid Karen and Üllas Ehrlich, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

Sourcing Knowledge for the Cluster or Business System
Jucevicius Robertas, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania

Strategic and Operational Risk in an International Cooperation Agency: A Knowledge Management Solution
Rodriguez Eduardo, IQAnalytics EDC Canada, John Edwards, Aston Business School, UK and Angel Facundo, IQAnalytics, Colombia

Adopting Cell Phones in the Classroom: A Study of Students' Attitudes and Behaviors on Using Cell Phones Both in and out of the Classroom"
Van De Bogart Willard, Bangkok University Language Institute, Thailand

12:15

Lunch - Auditorium (SC) Building

Lunch - Auditorium (SC) Building

Lunch - Auditorium (SC) Building

Lunch - Auditorium (SC) Building

Lunch - Auditorium (SC) Building

Lunch - Auditorium (SC) Building

 

Room: 951, Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream A -
Intellectual Capital
Chair - Constantin Bratianu

Room: 952 Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream B -
 Organisational Learning
Chair -
Eli Hustad

Room: 953 Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream C -
Mini Track on Knowledge Management, from Theory to Practice and Future Trends 
Chair - Mohamed Rabhi

Room: 945 Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream D -
Social Capital and Social Networks
Chair -  Harri Ketamo

Room: 955 Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream E -
PhD Colloquium
Chair/discussant:
Paul James and Vincent Ribiere 

 

13:30

Lessons Learnt from Intellectual Capital Implementation in Hong Kong
Lee WB and Cherie Lui, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong (Presentation only)

Attitudes Toward Changes and Organizational Learning: China and Turkey
Alas Ruth, Estonian Business School, Maaja Vadi, University of Tartu, Estonia and Halil Demirer and Necdet Bilgin, Mustafa Kemal University, Hatay, Turkey

Impact of Knowledge Management Created by Communities of Practice in Virtual Learning Environments
Barrett Bob, American Public University, Charles Town, USA

The Dark Side of Social Capital in Thai Culture: An Obstruction of Learning Process within the Social Network
Pongsakornrungsilp Siwarit, Walailak University, Nakhon Sri Thammarat, Thailand

1330-1340
The Role of Key Intangible Performance Indicators(KIPs) for Organisational Success
Ng Hee Song  and Daisy Mui Hung Kee, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia and Matthew Brannan, Keel University, UK
1345-1355
Knowledge Sharing in Ego-Centered Knowledge Networks of Professionals: Role of Transactive Memory, Trust and Reciprocity
Ghaznavi Mahmood, Martin Perry, Keri Logan and Paul Toulson, Massey University, New Zealand
1400-1410
Using Ontologies for Knowledge Management: The Chaipattana Aerator Project
Yanchinda Jirawit, Pitipong Yodmongkon, Nopasit Chakpitak and Paul Goldsmith, Chiang Mai University, Thailand
1430-1440
GRC: An Intellectual Capital Model for the Faculty of Affiliated Universities in Thailand
Thanalerdsopit Paipan, Napat Harnpornchai, Pitipong Todmongkon and Komsak Meksamoot, Chiang Mai, Thailand
1440-1500 Feedback and discussion

 

14:00

Intellectual Capital Reporting in Spanish Higher Education Institutions: A user Perspective
Tejada Angel, Yolanda Ramirez and Agustin Baidiz, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Albacete, Spain

Let’s Innovate! Should Development Projects be Creating Learnin? A Case Study on Employee and Employer Perceptions Within a City Organization
Jyrämä Annukka, Aalto University School of Economics, Pia Bäcklund, University or Tampere, Heini Väisänen, University of Helsinki and Henrikki Tikkanen, Aalto University School of Economics, Helsinki, Finland

Exploring the Use of the Academic Body of Knowledge by Practitioners: The Case of Chartered Business Valuators in Canada
Booker Lorne, Nick Bontis, McMaster University, Hamilton and Alexander Serenko, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Canada

A Community Framework for Knowledge Creation
Hawryszkiewycz Igor, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

 

14:30

Application of Knowledge Management to Intellectual Corpus Valorisation
Saulais Pierre, THALES and Jean-Louis Ermine, Telecom Ecole de Management, Evry, France

Learning Organisation, Knowledge Management Process and Organisational Performance: Empirical Evidence from a Public University
Salleh Kalsom and Ching Choo Huang, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia

Developing Personal Knowledge Management Strategies Through Problem Based Learning
Chonmaitree Thirathep, Chaingmai University, Thailand

Beyond KM: The Management of Ba in Knowing Organisations
Alvarenga Neto Rivadávia, Fundação Dom Cabral (FDC), Brazil

 

15:00

Refreshments

Refreshments

Refreshments

Refreshments

Refreshments

 

 

Room: 951, Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream A -
Chair -

Room: 952 Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream B -
 Knowledge and Organisational Life Cycles
Chair -
Riva Drummond

Room: 953 Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream C -
Mini Track on Knowledge Management, from Theory to Practice and Future Trends 
Chair - Mohamed Rabhi

Room: 945 Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream D -
Knowledge Sharing
Chair -

Room: 955 Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream E -
PhD Colloquium
Chair/discussant:
Paul James and Vincent Ribiere 

 

15:20

 

A Lean Knowledge Life Cycle Methodology in Product Development
Maksimovic Maksim, Ahmed  Al-Ashaab, Essam Shehab, Cranfield University, UK and Robert Sulowski, Sitech, Polkowici

Learning in the Context of Inappropriate Internet Use among Students of a Provincial High School in Northern Thailand
Tawata Amarin and Pitipong Yodmongkon, Chiang Mai University, Thailand

Evaluating the Knowledge Sharing Performance of the Prince of Songkla University Using a Hybrid MCDM Model
Thipparat Thoedtida, Prince of Songkla University, Kohong Hatyai, Thailand

15:20-15:30
Market Capital, Intellectual Property Rights and Economic Growth Of OPEC Member Countries: A panel data Approach
Karami Iman Jokar Tang ,  Mehdi Taghavi and Farhad Ghaffari  Islamic Azad University- Science and Research Branch, Tehran, Iran
1535-1545
HRM Practices and Individual Knowledge-sharing: An Empirical Study of Higher Education Institutions in Pakistan
Iqbal Salman, Paul Toulson and David Tweed, Massey University, New Zealand
1550-1600
Knowledge Managment in the East :A Chinese Manufacturing Case Study
Ye Lei, David Tweed and Paul Toulson, Massey University, New Zealand
1600-1620 Feedback and discussion

 

15:50

 

The Role of Knowledge Hierarchy within the OLCs: Critical Success Stories of Turkish Cypriot Firms
Sagsan Mustafa and Ahmet Ertugan, Near East University, Nicosia, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus

Knowledge Management Process and Audit Firm’s Performance: An Empirical Evidence
Salleh Kalsom, Universiti Teknologi MARA and Fathiah Hashim, Multimedia University, Cyberjaya, Malaysia

Why are Workers Resistant to Sharing Knowledge?
Srivastava Vijayeta, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia

 

16:20

Close of Conference Day

Close of Conference Day

Close of Conference Day

Close of Conference Day

Close of Conference Day

 

16:30

Buses leave to go to a traditional Thai dinner  followed by Thai Cultural show at Siam Niramit

21:40

Buses return to the  Hotels

 

Friday 28 October 2011

8:30

Refreshments available

 

9:00

Room:
Opening Remarks

9:10

Keynote Address: Prof. William E. Halal, Professor Emeritus of Management, Technology, and Innovation at George Washington University
Collective Intelligence for Research and Strategy: With Highlights from the TechCast Project

9:50

Introduction to ICICKM 2012 in Bogota, Columbia by Eduardo Rodriguez

10:00

Refreshments
Poster Contributors will stand by their posters for others to discuss the research

 

Room: 951, Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream A -
The Education Sector
Chair -
 Kalsom Salleh

Room: 952 Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream B -
 Knowledge Audit and KM Strategies
Chair -
Alexander Serenko

Room: 953 Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream C -
Innovation
Chair - Aurelie Arntzen

Room: 945 Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream D -
Cultural Issues
Chair -
 Andrea Mo

Room: 955 Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream E -
PhD Colloquium
Chair/discussant:
Paul James and Vincent Ribiere 

Room: 956 Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream F -
Organisational Issues
Chair-
Aboubakr Zade

10:30

The Intellectual Capital for University Rankings: A Conceptual Framework Study for Indonsian Higher Education Institutions
Aryanindita Gabriel and Andy Budi, Atma Jaya Indonesian Catholic University, Indonesia

Knowledge Elicitation:in Unstructured Business Processes- The Preliminary Findings from a Case Study
Yip Jessica, Eric Tsui and W.B. Lee, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China

Does Knowledge Stickiness Affect a Firm’s Innovation Capability? Empirical Evidence from Indonesian Furniture SMEs
Indarti Nurul, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Investigation of Critical Attributes of the Organisational Knowledge Culture
Sajeva Svetlana and Robertas Jucevicius, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania

1030-1040
Exploring Employees Perceptions of the Relationships Among Knowledge Sharing Capability, Organisational Culture and Knowledge Sharing Success: Their Implications for HRM Practice
Abdul Jalal Hayati, Paul Toulson and David Tweed, Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand
1045-1055
Knowledge Boundaries of the Firm in Russian Heavy Engineering Companies
Blagov Evgeny, St Petersburg, Russian Federation
1100-1110
A Framework Linking Knowledge Management Practices and Healthcare Delivery Performance
Bordoloi Prantik and Nazrul Islam, Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand
1115-1125
Critical Success Factors in KM-based Innovative Business: Evidence from Systematic Reviews
Limapornvanich Chaiyatorn, Mark Gannon and Margaret Lumbers, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK
1130-1140
Knowledge Management in e-Tourism Curriculum Design: A Knowledge Supply Chain
Fu Jing and Nopasit Chakpitak, Paul Goldsmith, Pradorn Sureephong and Taksina Kunarucks, Chiang Mai University, Thailand
1145-1215 feedback and discussion

Organization’s Knowing or Organizational Knowing?
Juceviciene Palmira, Kaunas University of Technology and Vyda Mozuriuniene, Comfort Heat Ltd, Lithuamia

11:00

Quality in Teacher Education: A Systems Thinking Approach
Chetty Rajendra, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town, South Africa

Knowledge Elicitation:in Unstructured Business Processes- The Preliminary Findings from a Case Study
Yip Jessica, Eric Tsui and W.B. Lee, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China

Generating Wealth Through Innovation: Is it Necessary to Manage Intellectual Capital?
Mitchell Helen, Unitec Institute of Technology and Dennis Viehland, Massey University, Aukland, New Zealand

Knowledge Management, Cultural Knowledge and Intercultural Competence
Barnett Leonard and Edward Carter, Bangkok University International College, Thailand

An integration of Domain Ontology-based Knowledge Management and SQuaRE for Thai local software companies
Lertthasanawong Pornpen and Nopasit Chakpitak, Chiang Mai University, Thailand

11:30

Experiential Learning on Distance Education
Varol Nurhayat, Firat University, Elazig, Turkey

Towards a Technological, Managerial and Sociotechnical Well-balanced KM Initiative Strategy Within Organizations
Grundstein Michel, MG Conseil - LAMSADE Paris Dauphine University, Paris, France

The Complex Intellectual Capital Characteristics of an Innovative Firm
Fan Irene and Rongbin W.B. Lee, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

Organizational Learning in Profit and Non-profit Organizations: The Perspective of Innovative Cultural Development
Janiunaite Brigita, Gintautas Cibulskas and Monika Petraite, Kaunas University of Tehnology, Lithuania

Critical Success Factors of Knowledge Management  in the Malaysian Tourism Industry
Subramaniam Subhacini, Sharmila Rani Moganadas and Kalaiarasi Sonaimuthu Anbananthan, Multimedia University, Melaka, Malaysia

12:00

Managing an Assessment Process of Science Educator Needs in South Africa
Hartley Shaheed, University of the Western Cape, Cape Town, South Africa

Strategic Thinking Dimension in Emergent Economies Business Education
Bratianu Constantin, Ivona Orzea, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Valentin Hapenciuc, Ruxandra Rauliu and Ovidiu Aurel Ghiuta, Stephen the Great University of Suceava, Romania

Leadership Behaviour Practices in Knowledge-Management Implementation
Simson Joyce Nesamani, Alan Giffin Downe and Rohiza Ahmad, University Technology Petronas, Perak, Malaysia

The Challenges of Locating Experts in a Global Research and Development Organization
Rabhi Mohamed, Saudi Industries Basic Corporation, Saudi Arabia (Non-academic)

The Influence of Intellectual Capital on Organizational Performance in Two Contexts
Ling Ya-Hui, I-Shou University, Taiwan, R.O.C.

12:30

Lunch - Auditorium (SC) Building

Lunch - Auditorium (SC) Building

Lunch - Auditorium (SC) Building

Lunch - Auditorium (SC) Building

Lunch - Auditorium (SC) Building

Lunch - Auditorium (SC) Building

 

Room: 951, Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream A -
Human Capital
Chair -

Room: 952 Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream B -
 Leadership
Chair -
Christian Lindeman

Room: 953 Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream C -
Case Studies
Chair - Paul Goldsmith

Room: 945 Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream D -
KM Research and Assessment
Chair -
 Brigita Janiunaite

Room: 955 Building 9, 5th Floor.
Stream E -
PhD Colloquium
Chair/discussant:
Paul James and Vincent Ribiere 

 

13:30

Human Capital Organisation of Hospital Management
Varol Asaf, Wilkes University, Wilkes Barre, USA

Knowledge Leadership in Value Networks: The Joint Effect of the Trustworthiness Factors and the Levers of Control
Massaro Maurizio, Udine University, Italy and Andrea Moro, University of Leicester School of Management, UK

An Activity Based Costing System for Research Competency Enhancement: A Case Study of  Knowledge Workers in Boromarajonani College of Nursing, Chiang Mai
Pipattanawong Wannapa, Pitipong Yodmongkol and  Nopasit Chakpitak, Chiangmai University, Thailand

Some Principles Underpinning Knowledge Management Systems Development
Zade Aboubakr and Mark Woodman, Middlesex University, UK

1330-1340
Organisational Learning Capabilities (OLC) Toward Knowledge Performance of Librarians: A Research Model
Mohd Shoid Mohd Shamsul, Norliya Ahmad Kassim and Mohd Idzwan Mohd Salleh, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia
1345-1355
Voluntary Intellectual Capital Disclosure Patterns: Empirical Evidence from the United Arab Emirates
Majdalany George, University of Wollongong in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Armond Manassian, American University of Beirut, Lebanon and Ramzi Nekhili, University of Wollongong in Dubai, United Arab Emirates
1400-1410
Components of Knowledge Management in Designing a Health Volunteer Network for an Alcohol Drinking Behavior Modification Learning System
Jaimung Thunyaporn and Pitipong Yodmongkon, Chiang Mai University, Thailand
1415-1425
Raising the Research Profile of the Faculty of Humanities, Chiang Mai University
Karnjanakitti Krith, Pitipong Yodmongkon and Nopasit Chakpitak, Chiang Mai University, Thailand
1430-1500 feedback and discussion

 

14:00

Developing Human Capital Through Neuro-Linguistic Programming
Kong Eric, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Australia

Facilitating Distributed Networks of Knowledge: A Boundary Management Perspective
Hustad Eli, University of Agder, Kristiansand and Aurilla Aurelie Bechina, Buskerud University College, Kongsberg, Norway

Manpower Discipline Based on Knowledge Skills: The case of a Consulting Company in the Iranian Commercial Marine Industry
Akhavan Peyman, Reza Hosnavi and Amir Pezeshkan, Iran University of Science and Technology, Tehran, Iran

Main Descriptors of Professional Gestures: Their Intergenerational Transfer
Le Bellu Sophie and Benoit Le Blanc, Université de Bordeaux, France

 

14:30

Migrant Labour in the Workforce
Saksvik Per Oystein, Carla Dahrjorgensen and Sturle Danielsen Tvedt, Trondheim University, Norway

The Management of Trust in the Knowledge-Intensive Industrial Clusters: Institutional vs. Personal Approaches
Babiliute Rita and Kestutis Krisciunas, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania

A Knowledge Management System to Manage Knowledge in a Collaborative Software Maintenance Environment
Mohd Nor Mohd Zali, Rusli Abdullah, Mohd Hasan Selamat and Masrah Azrifah Azmi Murad, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Serdang, Malaysia

The Competence Approach  to the Creation and Updating of Academic Knowledge in the Smart Economy
Tikhomirova Natalia, Vladimir Tikhomirov, Velentina Maksimova and Yury Telnov, The Moscow State University of Economics, Statistics and Informatics

 

 

Value Creation Through Collaborative Supply Chain: Holistic Performance Enhancement Roadmap
Derrouiche Ridha, ESC Saint Etienne, France, Pongsak Holimchayachotikul and Komgrit Leksakul, Chiang Mai University, Thailand

The Arrival of the Generation “Y” : The Managerial Implications for French Health and Social Organizations
Pauget Bertrand, European Business School, France and Ahmed Dammak, Groupe ESC Troyes, France

A Sense-Making Analysis of Knowledge Transfer in Global Supply Chain Relationships: Case of Scientific Equipment Resellers in Thailand
Worasinchai Lugkana, Bangkok University, Thailand and Farhad Daneshgar, University of New South Wales,Sudney, Australia

Balancing the Incentives and Controls in the Knowledge Partnership-based Business Models
Jucevicius Giedrius, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania

 

 

15:00

Room: University Theatre, Building 9, 16th Floor.
Summary of the Conference: Vincent Ribiere and Lugkana Worasinchai
Award to the winner of the Best PhD Paper and the Best Poster

15:30

Close of Conference

Close of Conference

Close of Conference

Close of Conference

Close of Conference

 

 

Work in Progress/Poster

Poster only

Creating Computational Support for the Decision Making of the Cross-Border SMEs as Key Driver for Sustainable Regional Development
Botezat Elena, Anca Dodescu, University of Oradea, Romania, Veronika Fenyves and Andras Nabradi, University of Debrecen, Hungary

Cross - Border Cooperation; an R&D Project Which Implies Hungarian - Romanian Academics in Order to Contribute to Knowledge Sharing for the Public Sector
Abrudan Maria-Madela, Anca Otilia Dodescu, University of Oradea, Mária Ujhelyi and Szilágyi Eniki, University of Debrecen, Hungary

Requirements of Knowledge-Management in Industrial Organisations and the Sector of Public Safety and Security: Same or Different?
Lindeman Christian, Christina Schaefer and Rainer Koch, University of Paderborn, Germany

Application of the CIPP Model to Evaluate Knowledge Management Projects in Mahidol University Libraries
Sriborisutsakul Somsak, Chulalongkorn University and Arpaphorn Achariyasuja, Mahidol University, Thailand

Tracking Online Learning Communities Using Ontologies
Vasconcelos José, Universidade Fernando Pessoa, Porto, Portugal, Sonia Sousa, David Lamas and Ilya Shmorgun, Tallinn University, Estonia

Measuring Knowledge
Reyes-Alcázar Víctor, Antionio Romero-Tabares and Antonio Torres-Olivera, Andalusian Agency for Healthcare Quality, Seville, Spain

Evaluating the Impact of a new Technology Within a Business Environment: A Metodology Supporting Strategic Choices
Corallo Angelo and Fabrizio Errico, University of Lecce, Italy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Publication opportunity

Papers presented at the conference will be published in the conference proceedings, subject to author registration and payment.


Additionally, selected papers from the conference will be considered for publication in a special issue of the Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management. The latest issue of the journal is available to read online.

 

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