PROGRAM


Friday, November 1, 2013
8:30am Opening & Welcoming Remarks
8:45am Panel I:  Knowledge Management in Theory and Practice
Moderator:  France Bouthillier
10:00am Coffee Break
10:30am Communication, Collaboration & Knowledge Sharing
Chair:  Sajjad Rehman
KM Implementation and Strategy

Chair: 
Nisha Sewdess
Knowledge Management in Public Sector 

Chair Denise Bedford
12:00pm Lunch
1:30pm Knowledge Organization


Chair: Chris Stary
Knowledge Management Tools
Chair: Taverekere Srikantaiah
Communication, Collaboration & Knowledge Sharing
Chair: Taghreed Alqudsi
3:00pm Coffee Break
3:30pm Knowledge Discovery

Chair:  Guillermo Oyarce
Project and Knowledge Management
Chair:  Suliman Hawamdeh
Knowledge Metrics and Measurement
Chair:  Yong-Mi Kim

Saturday, November 2, 2013
8:30am Panel II:  iSChools in the Context of the Knowledge Economy
Moderator:  Suliman Hawamdeh
10:00am Coffee Break
10:30am Knowledge Management in Libraries
Chair:  Sam Chu
Competitive Intelligence

Chair:  France Bouthillier
Access to Information and Knowledge
Chair:  Xin Wang
12:00pm Lunch
1:30pm   Knowledge Management and Healthcare
Chair:  Deborah Swain
Intellectual Capital and Scientific Collaboration
Chair:  Jeonghyun Kim
3:00pm Coffee Break
3:30pm Knowledge Café – Closing Session
5:00pm Happy Hour Sponsored by ASIS&T SIG KM:  The Ten Commandments for Knowledge Behavior

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Detailed Program


Friday, November 1, 2013
8:30am Opening & Welcoming Remarks
8:45am Panel I:  Knowledge Management in Theory and Practice
Moderator:  France Bouthillier, Director and Associate Professor, McGill University
 
Jay LiebowitzJay Liebowitz
Orkand Endowed Chair in Management and Technology
Graduate School of Management and Technology
University of Maryland University College

Presentation title: Some thoughts on KM Metrics

 
Susan McIntyreSusan McIntyre
Senior Manager
Information and Knowledge Management
Defense R&D Canada

Presentation title: KM: It’s not easy as it sounds

 
Taghreed Alqudsi-ghabraTaghreed Alqudsi-ghabra
Associate Professor
Library & Information Science Program Director
Department of Library and Information Science 
College of Social Sciences, Kuwait University

Presentation title: Social Media & the Arab Spring: Hopes for Change

10:00am Coffee Break
10:30am Communication, Collaboration & Knowledge Sharing 

Technical Communities as a Foundation of Knowledge Management : Findings from a Global Company’s Employee Survey 
Roxana Bahrami and John Westland

Is Trust the Most Important Human Factor Influencing Knowledge Sharing in Organizations? 
M. Max Evans

The Influence of Employee’s Personal Characteristics on Their Intention to Share Tacit Knowledge 
Eugene Okyere-Kwakye

10:30am KM Implementation and Strategy 

Career Success of Knowledge Workers: The Role of P-O Fit and Perceived Organizational Support 
Maham Malik

Conducting a Knowledge Audit at a South African Retail Bank 
Adeline Du Toit

The Role of Innovative Communication Channels, Effective Co-Ordination Strategy and Knowledge Management in the UK Local Government Planning System 
Nasrullah Khilji and Stephen Roberts

10:30am Knowledge Management in Public Sector 

Situational Appropriation of Information 
Isto Huvila

KM and Digital Interaction in Latin American: Challenges and Opportunities in Higher Education 
Sandro Jiménez-Ocampo and Guillermo Oyarce

Knowledge Management Education and Training in Academic Institutions in 2012 
Denise Bedford

Research on the Emergency Model Integration 
Dekuan Yang, Xuehua Wang and Jiangnan Qiu

12:00pm Lunch
1:30pm Knowledge Organization 

Corporate Identification and Disclosure of Knowledge Assets
Jesper Kallehauge

A Dynamic Mapping of Empirical Know-How Sensitive to Task Context 
Bo Song, Zuhua Jiang and Yongwen Huang

Creating Meaningful Representations 
Chris Stary and Edith Stary

Ontology Improvement Within the Brazilian Federal Government Budget Process 
Daniel Silva, Rafael Sousa, Edna Canedo, Valério Martins, Fabion Mendoça and Carlos Veiga 

1:30pm Knowledge Management Tools

Mobile Technology as an important KM Tool on Development: A Study on India 
Taverekere Srikantaiah

Blogs and Wikis: Experiential KM Tools to Actively Engage Business Students 
Michael Sutton and Linda Muir

Collaboration in the Cloud: Role of Interaction and Online Collaborative Tools in Enhancing Knowledge Creation in Virtual Environments 
Rajesh Singh

Metadata is Dead, Long Live the New Data
Daniel Fitzpatrick, François Coallier and Sylvie Ratté

1:30pm Communication, Collaboration and Knowledge Sharing

Human Resource Development Perspectives On Knowledge Management: An Integrative Literature Review 
Robin Tamez, Robin Mayes and Jeff Allen

Quantitative Study of Affection Generated by Knowledge Exchange in Team 
Yutong Li and Yanzhong Dang

Impact of Funding on Scientific Output and Collaboration 
Ashkan Ebadi, Hadi Shahidi Nejad and Andrea Schiffauerova

3:00pm Coffee Break
3:30pm Knowledge Discovery

Scientific Productivity of the NSERC Funded Researchers: A Bibliometric Analysis 
Ashkan Ebadi, Hadi Shahidi Nejad and Andrea Schiffauerova

Identification Method on Low Quality Patents and Application in China 
Mier Zhang, Suya Hu and Wei Guo

Canonical Values vs. the Law of Large Numbers: The Literary Canon in the Age of Digital Humanities 
Carolina Ferrer

3:30pm Project and Knowledge Management

Benefits of Managing Knowledge in Projects 
T. Kanti Srikantaiah, Michael E. D. Koenig, Suliman Hawamdeh, and Denise A. D. Bedford

Emergence of Common Tacit Knowledge in an International IT project : A Cross-Cultural Perspective 
Miwa Nishinaka 

Building Capacity for Research Data Curation and Management 
Jeonghyun Kim and Ana Krahmer

3:30pm Knowledge Metrics and Measurement

Value Added Intellectual Coefficient and Its Impact on Corporate Financial Performance A Comparative Study between MAKE and Non-MAKE Award Companies 
Meng Liu, Jiajun Fan, Xiaolin Cheng, Kin Hang Chan, Kai Wah Samuel Chu and Ting Hong Yim 

Alternative Metrics for Comparing Knowledge Assets 
AG. Scott Erickson and Helen N. Rothberg

Intellectual Capital Indicators and Disclosures in Investment Analyst Reports : A Review
Natasha Ali


Saturday, November 2, 2013
8:30am Panel II:  iSChools in the Context of the Knowledge Economy
Moderator:  Suliman Hawamdeh, Professor and Department Chair, College of Information, University of North Texas
 
France BouthillierFrance Bouthillier
Associate Professor and Director
McGill University

 

 
Seamus RossSeamus Ross
Professor and Dean
Faculty of Information
University of Toronto

 

 
Andrew DillonAndrew Dillon
Professor and Dean
School of Information
University of Texas

 

 
Herman TottenHerman Totten
Professor and Dean
College of Information
University of North Texas

 

 
David E. FenskeDavid E. Fenske
Professor and Dean
College of Computing and Informatics
Drexel University

 

10:00am Coffee Break
10:30am Knowledge Management and Libraries

Knowledge Management in Academic Libraries and Information Centers : A Case of University Libraries 
Priti Jain

Predicting the Use of the Digital Library System : A Case Study of the Public Authority for Applied Education and Training
Mohammad Alajmi

Knowledge Management and Social Media: A Case Study of Two Public Libraries in Canada
Eric Forcier, Dinesh Rathi and Lisa M. Given

Twitter Content Categorization: A Public Library Perspective 
Ali Shiri and Dinesh Rathi

10:30am Competitive Intelligence

Competitive Intelligence in Developing Countries: a Comparison Between Four Countries 
Adeline Du Toit and Nisha Sewdass

Strategic Uncertainty, Competitive Intelligence Practices and Firm Performance 
Ching Seng Yap, Md Zabid Abdul Rashid and Dewi Amat Sapuan

Competitive Intelligence for Public sector Organizations Within the Knowledge Economy in South Africa 
Nisha Sewdass

Web 2.0 as a Tool for Market Intelligence Acquisition 
Ching Seng Yap, Boon Liat Cheng and Kum Lung Choe

10:30am Access to Information and Knowledge

Factors That Influence Access to E-government Information in Selected Districts of Tanzania 
Mercy Komba and Patrick Ngulube

A User-Centered Collaborative Framework For Integrated Information Services in China 
Qian Hu and Jiangping Chen

Locating Subject Matter Enthusiasts via a Social, Integrated and Visually Rich Interface 
Nirmala Palaniappan

An Opinion Evolution Model Based on Social Reinforcement on Microblog Network 
Lili Rong, Quan Liu, Yanzhong Dang and Donghua Pan

12:00pm Lunch
1:30pm Knowledge Management and Healthcare

Competencies of Information and Knowledge Professionals in the use of Health Information System: A Case Study 
Sajjad Rehman, Abdus Sattar Chaudhry and Hanadi Al-Humaidy

Does Online Cause or Enforce Health Information Disparity? 
Yong-Mi Kim

The Use of Knowledge Management in the Health Care: The Implementation of Shared Care Plans in Electronic Medical Record Systems at One Primary Care Practice
Connie Pascal, Claire McInerney, John Orzano, Elizabeth Clark, Alfred Tallia and Lynn Clemow

Eagle General Hospital: A Simulation Lab and Clinical Learning Center 
Deborah Swain

1:30pm Intellectual Capital and Scientific Collaboration

Assessing Library Capacity to Manage Research Data: An Intellectual Capital Perspective
Sheila Corrall and Mary Anne Kennan

How do Scientists Build Their Collaboration Network? The Case of Canadian Nanotechnology Sector
Nuha Zamzami and Andrea Schiffauerova

Perspectives on Electronic Archiving and Records Management Systems:  A Case Study 
Jean-Pierre Booto Ekionea and Gérard Fillion

3:00pm Coffee Break
3:30pm Knowledge Café – Closing Session
5:00pm-
7:00pm
Happy Hour Sponsored by SIG KM: The Ten Commandments for Knowledge Behavior
Denise Bedford and Heather D. Pfeiffer

In the agricultural and industrial economies, we have laws and norms that help us to decide what kinds of behaviors are acceptable and which are not. Most of these laws and norms are grounded in the concept of property. In a knowledge economy, the definition of property shifts and, the characteristics of knowledge shift our assumptions about some basic economic models (scarcity, ownership, consumption and diminished value, etc.). We need a new criminal and ethical code for "Knowledge Economy". Given the changing environment, what constitutes a "knowledge crime" - what is unethical knowledge behavior - what is just plain bad knowledge behavior? We're collecting ideas to use to form a kind of "Ten Commandments of Knowledge Behaviors." 

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