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Just a reminder that today (31 January, 2013 at 17:00est) is the last day we are accepting your student's applications for the 2013 Jim Mathews Award for Intelligence Excellence.Please encourage your students to get them in to me (email@example.com). More information about this competitive award can be found at: http://aurorawdc.com/announcing-the-2013-jim-mathews-award-for-inte...
For everyone teaching intelligence courses at post-secondary institutions, please encourage your students to apply for the Jim Mathews 2013 Award for Excellence in Intelligence. It is not a difficult application process, they will enjoy thinking about intelligence matters, and the winners get a nice award package that will promote their own career trajectories. The deadline for applying is the end of January. More information can be found here: http://aurorawdc.com/announcing-the-2013-jim-mathews-award-for-inte...
Please contact me directly if you or your students have any questions. Thanks for sharing this opportunity with your students, and good wishes with your courses this semester.
I have been tagged to build our international CI process. It seems overwhelming, would appreciate any insights on how to: build a process and what types of training are available. Are there any books on international CI? Any training resources? We are talking global approach--all regions. We would even be open to a consultant to assist us. Anyone have some pointers?
ECKM 20126-7 September, Cartagena, Spain
Possible topics include, but are not limited to:
§ KM Frameworks
§ Knowledge creation
§ Knowledge asset valuation models
§ Knowledge Management Systems
§ Architectures for KM systems
§ KM case studies and best practices
§ KM in SME’s
§ Evaluation and performance of KM
§ KM in the Public Sector
§ Skills and competence management
§ Change management, KM in business transformation
§ KM strategies
§ KM success stories and failures
§ Tacit knowledge capture and dissemination
§ Light-weight knowledge management approaches
§ Measurement and evaluation of KM effectiveness
§ KM and organisational learning
§ Knowledge sharing
§ Communities of Practice
§ Identifying KM user requirements
§ KM and innovation
§ Content management systems
§ Ontologies and knowledge representation
§ Managing Intellectual Capital
§ KM and Web 2.0
§ KM maturity models
§ KM Success factors
§ Benchmarking of knowledge management activities
§ Intuition and the knowledge economy
§ KM and decision making
§ Enterprise 2.0 and KM
Note special track on Competitive Intelligence, led by G. Scott Erickson, Regional associated editor of JISIB
Mini Track Call for Papers on Competitive Intelligence and KM Click icon to download a .pdf
Track Co-Chairs: G. Scott Erickson, Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY and Helen N. Rothberg, Marist College, Poughkeepsie, New York, USA
Scott EricksonHelen Rothberg
Scholars and practitioners are increasingly recognizing a link between the fields of knowledge management (KM) and competitive intelligence (CI). CI, at its heart, is about collecting and analyzing knowledge concerning competitors. As a result, there are aspects of KM that can contribute to the practice of CI, and CI practice can contribute to how KM is conducted. Each field has the potential to advance the other, so it makes sense to make connections between them. In this mini-track, we hope to advance those connections.
Papers covering any aspect of competitive intelligence are welcomed, including those on related topics, as listed in the bullets. An explicit connection to KM should be made in the submission. Highly competitive papers may be invited to submit to the Journal of Intelligence Studies in Business. You can view the journal at https://ojs.hh.se/index.php/JISIB
Submission should attempt to focus on the following themes:
§ Competitive intelligence
§ Business intelligence
§ Economic espionage
§ Analysis tools (war gaming, scenario planning, etc.)
§ Knowledge, information, and data as useful inputs
§ Actionable strategy
The 8th International Conference on Knowledge Management
4 - 6 September 2012
"Rethinking Knowledge Management: Foresight in the 21st Century"
Call for Papers
Increasingly questions about the future of Knowledge Management arise. The subject field is relatively diffused and scattered into diverging concepts, perspectives and disciplines. This conference will explore trends about the future of Knowledge Management and will provide an international platform for the presentation, discussion and debate of diverse and professional approaches and research on recent and future developments in Knowledge Management. The conference will also provide an opportunity for academics, practitioners and doctoral students to have their work validated and benchmarked within the benevolent academic and professional community. Papers are peer-reviewed before acceptance according to the requirements of the South African Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET). The conference will be organized into several tracks covering a wide range of topics. Topics include but are not limited to:Track 1: Knowledge Management and InnovationInnovative Approaches to Knowledge ManagementKnowledge in Innovation ProcessesKnowledge Management and Business Model InnovationKnowledge Management for Social Change and InnovationOpen InnovationTrack 2: Knowledge DiscoveryKnowledge Discovery and Data WarehousingKnowledge Management TaxonomiesKnowledge Relationship DiscoveryKnowledge VisualizationTrack 3: Knowledge TechnologiesCollaborative ICT in the Knowledge SocietyEmerging Web Technologies and Web 2.0 ToolsKnowledge Management and Game TheoryMobile TechnologySemantic Technologies and OntologiesSocial Networking SoftwareWikis, Twitter, Blogs and Social Tagging ServicesTrack 4: Knowledge Management and Competitive IntelligenceCollective IntelligenceCompetitive Analysis TechniquesCompetitive Intelligence EducationCompetitive Intelligence Methodologies and ApplicationsCompetitive Intelligence Organisational ModelsCompetitive Intelligence ToolsCompetitive StrategiesSynergy between Knowledge Management and Competitive IntelligenceTrack 5: Knowledge EconomyEthical Issues in Knowledge EconomyKnowledge WorkersOperating in the Knowledge EconomyRanking Knowledge EconomiesTrack 6: Knowledge Creation and SharingCommunities of PracticeKnowledge CafésKnowledge Management and CollaborationKnowledge NetworksNarratives, Stories and Anecdotes for Knowledge TransferTrack 7: Interdisciplinary Nature of Knowledge ManagementAdaptation of Knowledge Management in different industriesCase studies of Knowledge Management ImplementationInterdisciplinary Research and CollaborationTrack 8: Knowledge StrategiesCreating Knowledge for Decision MakingCompetitive Advantage of Knowledge ManagementEvaluation of Knowledge ManagementIntellectual Capital and Knowledge ManagementInterorganisational Knowledge FlowJust-in-Time Knowledge ManagementKnowledge AuditsKnowledge Management ModelsKnowledge Management Strategy FormulationOrganisational LearningTrack 9: Knowledge Management Theory and EducationKnowledge Management ConceptsKnowledge Management CurriculaKnowledge Management Philosophical UnderpinningsKnowledge Management TheoriesPlease download and adhere to the STYLE GUIDE applicable to all ICKM paper submission.IMPORTANT DATES AND DEADLINES
31 March 2012 Deadline for the submission of papers. Delegates are, however, encouraged to make early submissions.16 May 2012 Notification of acceptance of papers will be provided to authors via email as soon as possible after the double-blind peer-review process.1 July 2012 Final submission of corrected papers for publication in conference proceedings.30 August 2012 Deadline for registration. Please note that all conference fees must be paid by this date.
Prof Adeline du ToitE-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTel: 27 11 559 2186Dr Martie MearnsE-mail: email@example.comTel: 27 11 559 4700Ms Mbhali MakhuboE-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTel: 27 11 559 2183
I'm looking for valuable information, including scholar articles about intelligence failures in business that can be related to lacking of competitive intelligence or other reasons that can be associated directly to CI.
Great initiative with the journal. Congratulations. I have already passed the link to some of my Brasilian/Portugese speaking friends.
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