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Main Speakers

Conference Program (PDF 116 KB)  

Keynote addresses by some of the world’s leading thinkers in the area of knowledge management.

  • Prof. Daing Nasir Ibrahim, Dean, School of Management, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, on knowledge economy developments in Malaysia.
  • Dr Tengku Mohd Azzman Shariffadeen, President and CEO of MIMOS Berhard, the Malaysian Institute of Microelectronic Systems on knowledge-based economics in a networked world.
  • Dave Snowden, IBM Centre for Action Research in Organisation Complexity, UK, on collaboration and managing social capital in organisations.
  • Prof. Margaret Jackson, Dean, Faculty of Business, RMIT University, on intellectual property.
  • Prof. Harry Scarborough, Warwick Business School, UK, on the human resources aspect of knowledge management.
  • Prof. Krishan Kumar, University of Virginia, USA, on post-industrial to postmodern society.
  • Prof. David Lyon, Queens University, Ontario, Canada, on the information society.
  • Prof. Jacky Swan, Innovation, Knowledge and Organizational Networks Research Unit, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick, UK, on knowledge networks.
  • Prof. Paul James, Globalism Institute, RMIT, Australia, on knowledge in a mediated and audited society.
  • Prof. Bill Martin, RMIT University, on knowledge and the world of e-business.
  • Judith Ellis, Managing Director of Enterprise Knowledge Pty Ltd, on standards, policy and strategy in the information management industry.
  • Rod Dilnutt, William Bethway and Associates, Melbourne, on knowledge strategies and practices.
  • Dr Kirpal Singh, well-known writer and critic, currently teaches Creative Thinking at the Signapore Management University and is the author of Thinking Hats and Coloured Turbans: Creativity Across Cultures.