KMEF-webinar 2011-04-05


KMEF Webinars - Session-4: Dr. Mike Stankosky - Tue 2011-04-05

  • Session Host: Dr. Annie Green (Assistant Professorial Lecturer, George Washington University; Principal, Institute of Knowledge and Innovation; Adjunct Faculty, Kent State University; Knowledge Management Practice Lead, Keane Federal Systems, Washington D.C.)
  • Speaker: Dr. Mike Stankosky (Professor of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering, George Washington University; Editor Emeritus of VINE: The Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems; co-founded and co-directs the Institute for Knowledge & Innovation)
  • Presentation Title: Knowledge Management in the 21st Century

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Background

Knowledge Management Education Forum (KMEF)

  • KMEF Webinar Session-4

The Knowledge Management Education Forum (KMEF) is an on-going, annual dialog hosted by Kent State University and George Washington University. We invite and welcome your participation and collaboration in this endeavor to identify and grow consensus on the knowledge management body of knowledge, competencies, roles and curriculum.


The goal of the KM Education Forum is to create an environment in which this consensus can evolve. It aims to bring together the current and past thought leaders in the field of knowledge management to discuss their work, and to open the dialog where others can contribute. We envision the Forum as an ongoing, annual dialog that will mirror this emerging profession.


This is the fourth of a weekly series of free webinars supported by Kent State University from Tuesday, March 15, through Tuesday, April 26, 2011; invited speaker presentations and a moderated discussion.


These webinars will focus on four key questions:

  • Question 1: What strategic roles and responsibilities do Knowledge Professionals play in organizations today – across all sectors of the economy?
  • Question 2: What competencies do Knowledge Professionals need to lead knowledge organizations in the 21st century?
  • Question 3: What are the core and elective elements of a knowledge management curriculum for the 21st century?
  • Question 4: How can we support these competencies in professional training, at the certificate level, at the master’s and PhD. levels?

Please refer to other details on these webinars at: KMEF_Webinars (home page for this webinar series.)


Abstract

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About the Speaker
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Dr. Stankosky obtained his doctorate from George Washington University (GW) by researching organizational effectiveness. His subsequent research focuses on how to engineer and manage a global enterprise in a knowledge-based economy.


He joined GW in 1998, and is serving as Professor of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering. There he created the theoretical constructs required for the master’s and doctorate in knowledge management (KM) – a first in academia. He is Editor Emeritus of VINE: The Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems - part of Emerald Group Ltd.


He co-founded and co-directs the Institute for Knowledge & Innovation, a global network of scholars and practitioners of KM. Their purpose is to create universally accepted frameworks and solutions for knowledge-driven enterprises.


Dr. Stankosky spent seven years as an executive for business development in high-tech systems engineering and integration companies. He had a career in the military, serving in many capacities of leadership, diplomacy, and systems development and management. He also held adjunct faculty positions for over 25 years, lecturing at several universities in business management, systems engineering, information management, and related courses.


He is a Distinguished Fellow at The Center for Advanced Technologies, Dallas, Texas. He has published many seminal articles on KM, made numerous presentations and workshops worldwide, and consults to both the private and public sectors. He is also a charter member of the New Club of Paris, dedicated to establishing international valuation and accounting standards for intellectual capital/knowledge assets.


Representative works


Stankosky, Michael (with Annie Green and Linda Vandergriff) eds., 2010. In Search of Knowledge Management: Pursuing Primary Principles. Elsevier, Bingley, UK.


Stankosky, Michael, ed., 2005. Creating The Discipline of Knowledge Management. Elsevier, Burlington, MA.


Stankosky, Michael (with Carolyn Baldanza), 2000. A Systems Approach to Engineering a Knowledge Management System. In Barquin, R. ed. Knowledge Management: The Catalyst for Electronic Government. Management Concepts Press, Vienna, VA.


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http://www.emse.gwu.edu


http://www.gwuiki.org

Agenda & Proceedings
Agenda

  • Session Format and Agenda:
    • this will be virtual session over a phone conference setting, augmented by in-session chat and shared computer screen support

  1. The session will start with a brief self-introduction of the attendees (~10 min.) [We will be skipping this if there are more than 20 participants.]
  2. Introduction of the invited speakers - session host: Annie Green (~5 min.)
  3. Presentation by our invited speaker - Mike Stankosky (45~60 min.) - Session Slides
  4. Q&A and Open discussion (~15 min.) (ref. process above) ... Kindly identify yourself before speaking.
Transcript of the online chat during the session

Drew Shipka: Welcome to the


KMEF Webinars - Session-4: Dr. Mike Stankosky - Tue 2011-04-05

  • Session Host: Dr. Annie Green (Assistant Professorial Lecturer, George Washington University; Principal, Institute of Knowledge and Innovation; Adjunct Faculty, Kent State University; Knowledge Management Practice Lead, Keane Federal Systems, Washington D.C.)
  • Speaker: Dr. Mike Stankosky (Professor of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering, George Washington University; Editor Emeritus of VINE: The Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems; co-founded and co-directs the Institute for Knowledge & Innovation)
  • Presentation Title: Knowledge Management in the 21st Century

Drew Shipka: see details on session page at: http://kmatkent.cim3.net/wiki/KMEF-webinar_2011-04-05


Drew Shipka: As the presentation goes on please type questions in chat here and we'll have a short Q&A afterwards.


anonymous1: conference id code 4140482 is not letting FAC enter the phone conference. please advise


PeterYim: @Francesco - can you type your question onto this chat board here? (you can "lower your hand" by clicking on the hand-button (lower right corner again)


Francesco Calabrese: Has the conference code changed ? 4140482 is incorrect.


Francesco Calabrese: ? Sorry, but I'd like to get into the conference. What is the code?? Thanks


PeterYim: that code is correct ... you will need to key in the "#" sign as well - therefore "4140482#" ... try to key them in evenly


Francesco Calabrese: Did that. Will go for 3XThanks


Francesco Calabrese: NOT accepting the code!


PeterYim: there are 29 of us on the conference bridge now ... we all got in with that same code ... please try again!


PeterYim: @Francesco - the conference code part is somewhat tricky, especially when the connection is not pristine (unfortunately!)


Drew Shipka: Make sure you give it a second try after your first, it always rejects my first attempt. Also be sure to be somewhat even when spacing out your numbers for the code.


Diana Acsente: Dr.Calabrese I could conf you in from my phone would you like that ? should i call you cell nr or do you have a lanline?


Diana Acsente: sometimes helps not to enter the pin while you are on the speaker choice


Steve Wieneke: Could Mike explain his thrid slide?


Jay Liebowitz: Hi Mike--With your travels abroad to Europe and Asia, what do you see as the major similarities and differences in KM theory and practice versus those in the US?


Guy St. Clair: Could Mike comment about the strategic learning "piece" of that KM initiative. How do you teach staff how to value moving into KM?


Steve Wieneke: I agree with Michael's KM system model. What are Michael's thoughts on adding a learning loop in the model to ensure the enterprise learns, their knowledge remains relevant?


Jay Liebowitz: Thanks, Mike.


Guy St. Clair: Answered my question very well. Thanks, Mike.


Lisa Hartigan: can you post or send slides? i couldn't get into them with firewall. thanks


Drew Shipka: Slides can be found here: http://kmatkent.cim3.net/file/work/KMEF/KMEF-webinar_2001-04-05/KMEF_Presentation_Stankosky.pdf


Charles Engle: Lisa, I can give you a e-mail them to you in a minute.


Steve Wieneke: Thank you!


Diana Acsente: Thank you !!!


Audio Recording of this Session

  • Conference Date and Time: 5-Apr-2011 12:03 ~ 1:10 pm EDT
  • Duration of Recording: 1 Hour 5 Minutes
  • Recording File Size: 7.43 MB (in mp3 format)
  • suggestion: its best that you listen to the session while having the Session Slides opened in front of you. You'll be prompted to advance slides by the speaker.
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Ongoing discourse
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Acknowledgement
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