HICSS conference in Hawaii
Our member, Prof. Dr. Alexander Kaiser is happy to announce that there will be a minitrack "The Future of Knowledge Management: Visions, Opportunities and Challenges Minitrack" at the next HICSS conference in Hawaii (January 3-6, 2024 at Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort), which is organized by the Knowledge Management group of the Vienna University of Economics and Business. Prof. Dr. Alexander Kaiser will serve as the chair of this minitrack. HICSS is the #1 IS conference in terms of citations as recorded by Google Scholar. More than 1 million downloads have been counted from the proceedings of the last four HICSS conferences. Prof. Kaiser and his group cordially invite you to submit a paper for this minitrack and ask you to forward the CfP to your colleagues. Paper submission deadline is June, 15 2023. The Call for papers can be found at https://short.wu.ac.at/cj9d
The First call for Submissions for the 24th European Conference on Knowledge Management (ECKM 2023) has been announced. The conference is being hosted by the ISCTE – Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Portugal on the 7-8 September 2023. This call will close on 15 February 2023.
More details about the conference can be found at: https://www.academic-conferences.org/conferences/eckm/
Starting this year, Dr. Vincent Ribiere (IKI-SEA, Bangkok University) will be managing the Global Most Innovative Knowledge Enterprise (MIKE) Award: https://www.globalmikeaward.com. Our member, Prof. Constantin Bratianu will join the International Committee that oversees the Global Most Innovative Knowledge Enterprise (MIKE) Award as a representative of the IAKM. Other KM association representatives will also be joining this committee (i.e., KMGN, IIAKM).
KM certificate programs in Bangkok
Our member, Dr. Vincent Ribiere (IKI-SEA, Bangkok University) will organize with the partnership of the World Bank 3 KM certificate programs in Bangkok during June 13th-22nd 2022.
Knowledge Strategy Certificate (3 days), Knowledge Capture Certificate (3 days), Knowledge Dissemination Certificate (3 days)
IAKM members will receive a 20% discount.
Learn more at: https://www.okscertificates.org
Seminars on knowledge and learning
Our member, dr Florian Kragulj would like to invite you to the events organized by him. The Knowledge Management Group at the Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria, in collaboration with the OCKO – Organizing Cognition in Knowing Organizations Research Group at the University of Vienna, Austria, has been hosting a Community of Practice on knowledge and learning. In this semester, they dedicate two evenings to the question of the future of KM in a VUCA world.
Mon, 25 April, 4 – 6 p.m. Non-Rationality and Spirituality in KM
Thu, 28 April, 4 – 6 p.m. Responsibility and Sustainability in KM
(all times are CEST)
The intention of this virtual mini symposium is to share perspectives, capture ideas, and spark the discussion
on value-based perspectives on KM (e.g., non-rational knowledge, phronesis, spirituality, and responsible knowledge management).
You can find more details about this event and the speakers on their website: https://short.wu.ac.at/rkm-symposium
Doctoral Programme UNIPhD
In the framework of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action COFUND, the University of Padua offers talented Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) coming from all over the world a brand new International, Inter-sectoral, Inter-disciplinary and Innovative “training through research” programme.
Two special calls are reserved to KM-related topics. General details can be found at https://www.unipd.it/en/uniphd. The call will open on 11 Jan. 2022. More information will be provided next, or can be asked to email@example.com.
Doctoral KM Seminar (online)
Our member, prof. Ettore Bolisani announces a doctoral seminar organized at the University of Padova on “knowledge management and innovation management”. The seminar will also be open to PhD and post-doc students and our IAKM members, will be provided in mixed modality and can be attended online (via Zoom). The date will be announced shortly (end of January 2002 or beginning of February). Details will appear at www.iakm.net or http://www.ettorebolisani.eu/, or can be asked to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our members, prof. Ettore Bolisani and prof. Enrico Scarso as the Guest Editors announce the CfP of the new special issue focusing on the lessons for KM models, processes, and approaches that can be drawn for the future from the challenges brought about by the pandemic.
Deadline for submission is 15th February 2022.
Details are available at: https://academic-publishing.org/index.php/ejkm/announcement/view/5
The paper of our member, prof. Juan Gabriel Cegarra, titled, "The effect of organizational memory on organizational agility: Testing the role of counter-knowledge and knowledge application", has won the Outstanding Paper award in the 2021 Emerald Literati Awards. This award-winning research was published in the Journal of Intellectual Capital by Silvia Martelo Landroguez and prof. Cegarra from Universidad de Sevilla, & Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena and it has been made freely available and can be downloaded on: https://lnkd.in/gUXfwBEC
Awards for prof. Eric Tsui
Our member, prof. Eric Tsui from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University received two awards recently.
First one is the “Knowledge Management Award 2021” (Individual Award) conferred by Knowledge Management Austria and the Knowledge for Development Partnership (K4DP) in recognition of his outstanding accomplishments in the field.
Details of the award, an endorsement of his achievement by Professor Leif Edvinsson, and Eric’s thank you message at the award ceremony are available at http://www.km-a.net/networking/knowledge-management-award/.
Prof. Tsui is also a Platinum Winner for the Learn Live! Award 2021 (Australia) in the category of Best Pandemic Response – Elearning design. He has designed and operationalised the "Global Classrooms" which enable Internationalisation to continue at PolyU without any need for travelling. Through use of technologies and new pedagogies, the Global Classroom enables PolyU students to co-learn with students and teachers from third party institutions thereby gaining transcultural knowledge and practising collaborations and communications.