Knowledge Management- Driving the Knowledge Economy ( H.E. Prof. Dr. Ali Mohamed Al-Khouri ) (Director General Emirates Identity Authority)
Stephanie A. Barnes : Aligning People, Process, and Technology for Knowledge Management Success
In a tighter economy, organisations closely scrutinise all costs and initiatives to ensure money is being well spent. Knowledge Management (KM) is one of many initiatives that comes under the microscope, especially where expensive technology has been bought but no real return on investment is being seen. In this 30-minute session, Stephanie Barnes provides an introduction to roadmap that will help to ensure that these critical elements are aligned from beginning to end, ensuring the success of your KM initiative.
Madan Rao : Change Management for Knowledge Cultures: Strategies for Effective Communication
A key challenge for KM rollout is getting buy-in for the cultural change needed to embrace organizational knowledge sharing. This informative session will present a range of approaches for organizations to plan their knowledge communication strategies, ranging from newsletters and competitions to social media and events. Case studies will be show when and how different communication vehicles can be designed and evolved to reinforce the KM message. The role of knowledge champions, internal branding, and external experts will be discussed. Examples of MAKE award winners will be analyzed during the session.
Zaid Hamzah : Emergence of the Intellectual Capital Economy: Singapore’s National Experience in Strategic Knowledge Management
Managing a nation’s intellectual capital assets to drive growth has become a strategic imperative. Recognizing the economic value of intellectual capital and knowledge assets in promoting national competitiveness, Singapore has developed the strategic roadmap and has designed its economy to transform into an intellectual capital economy. With almost US$13 billion allocated (2011-2015) for research and innovation, how will Singapore secure its returns on knowledge investments? How will Singapore design the next intellectual capital economy against the context of an increasingly complex knowledge-intensive global economy? How will Singapore shape the new growth order in the constantly shifting geo-strategic economic landscape?
Fred Aubin : Levering knowledge through Wargaming and Red Teaming
If you are in an adversarial/competitive business or an environment where you have to compete for scarce resources, how do you equitably utilize your collective institutional knowledge to evaluate the various courses of action open to you? How do you know whether your strategy is truly comprehensive, integrated, adaptive and networked? How do you rehearse the roles, objectives and governance of those charged with the execution of the strategy? How is your plan put under stress in order to reduce risk in execution? How is the feedback presented to your executive leadership? This session will examine how historically proven wargaming and red teaming disciplines and methodologies can be used to lever your inherent institutional and corporate knowledge to ensure execution success.
Douglas Weidner : The Secret for KM Success – Personal Knowledge Management
KM is not just methods/tools for repositories, expert locators, CoPs, etc. It’s an emerging discipline that informs and enables organizations to transform human performance in the post-industrial, Knowledge Age. To be successful, organizations need to understand K-Age engagement, how to motivate knowledge workers to be ‘personal knowledge managers’. This Talk will provide keen insights, controversial but proven drivers disrupting the present world. It will focus on proven techniques generally unknown in the KM community; detail how mature, learning organizations monetize and differentiate themselves for K-Age success; and, what PKMers must do to realize their own untapped potential. PKM’s not an option, it’s a K-Age imperative!
Dr. Yousuf Ali Humaid AlSuwaidi : does knowledge management a competitive advantage in the Governmental sector?
The literature suggests that “Knowledge Management effectiveness is one of the key factors leading to organizational competitiveness “How to harness such knowledge and enhance future judicial services is one of major challenges among judicial
KM is a systematic process through which an organization applies various activities to capture, store, distribute and apply knowledge to enhance their effectiveness, efficiency and ultimate competitiveness
Therefore, this study has reviewed this process with the objective of determining whether the Dubai Court was successful in adopting the right knowledge management process or not, in a way that helps the court develop the effectiveness and efficiency of its performance and hence achieve its organizational competitiveness.