The Institute for Knowledge and Innovation - South East Asia
- 22.09.2010 - 22.09.2010 01.00 h - 04.00 h
- Bangkok University - Kluaynamthai Campus - Bangkok
KM World Seminar Series
From Knowledge to Innovation
From Knowledge to Innovation
Introduction by Dr. Vincent Ribiere
Related links presented:
The OECD Innovation strategy
BCG Report Innovation 2010
The Global Competitiveness Report 2010-2011
Internal Knowledge Markets
by Dr. Hind Benbya is an Associate Professor of Information Technology Management at GSCM-Montpellier Business School, France.
Download paper: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1652432
Internal markets can improve knowledge exchange, forecasting, innovation, and productivity within the firm. Despite their widespread popularity, however, the strategies to implement and manage markets inside organizational boundaries are not well understood. In her presentation, Dr. Hind will provides a design framework for developing knowledge markets inside firms; it provides a stage model or ‘life cycle’ of internal market development, and explores critical issues at each stage. Our framework proceeds from an analysis of more than three dozen firm implementations, and builds on three economic theories: price theory, monetary theory, and two-sided network theory. For each stage of implementation, the framework outlines the challenges faced by firms studied and identifies solutions to make knowledge markets work. The resulting blueprint adds rigor to the difficult tasks of measuring, valuing, and stimulating the production of information.
Dr. Hind Benbya is an Associate Professor of Information Technology Management at GSCM-Montpellier Business School, France. Her research consists in developing frameworks and tools for implementing and evaluating complex IT systems (i.e., Knowledge Management Systems, Internal Knowledge Markets and Co-Creation Communities). Her publications appeared or are forthcoming in journals such as MIT Sloan Management Review, Information Technology and People, Communications of the AIS, Journal of Information Technology, among others. She has published: Knowledge Management Systems Implementation: Lessons from the Silicon Valley and co-edited Successful OSS Project Design and Implementation.
The KM journey of PTT Chemical Plc.
by Khun Pattraporn Jirachaipravit, Vice President Knowledge Management & System Solutions, PTT Chemical Public Company Limited
A dynamic and innovative organization strives to expedite the elicitation of its unknown knowledge, capture it, organize it, transfer it, and use it to create customer value, operational excellence and product innovation. Khun Pattraporn will pinpoint how PTT Chemical Plc., the flagship of PTT Group’s chemical business, has successfully induced the Management and workforce of PTT Chemical group of companies to eagerly and incessantly share their hidden asset through active CoPs and many other “common and natural” KM tools. She will give us a key to make strategic knowledge tripled in number within one year and people in the organization are happy and prepared to move towards the corporate’s aggressive business aspiration of the next decade.
With a Bachelor of Commerce in International Marketing from Chulalongkorn University, a Master of Computer and Information Science (Information System), a Master of Business Administration (Quantitative Business Analysis) from Cleveland State University, USA, and a wide range of experiences in implementing and managing IT applications and systems, Khun Pattraporn is currently leading the Knowledge Management and System Solutions Unit of PTT Chemical Plc. She is the key driver of knowledge management through the creation and robust implementation of team-based knowledge communities as well as the integration of new information and collaboration technologies and systematic linkage between KM and performance appraisal which enhance the visibility of KM activities and facilitate expansive KM participation throughout the organization.
How to manage co-opetitive innovation between firms and communities with modular design?
by Dr. Nassim Belbaly is an Associate Professor of Information Technology Management and Dean of Academic Affairs at GSCM-Montpellier Business School, France.
Co-opetitive innovation policies have become a strong alternative strategy for companies to renew and sustain their competitive advantage. Big players from the IT industry like IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Sun Microsystems have adopted this path to develop new products or sustain the evolution of existing ones (i.e., Firefox, Linux, Apache, Sugar CRM...). Of course the concept of co-opetition – simultaneous relationship combining cooperation and competition- used to innovate by developing new products or services (Debian project, KVM,) or to share a heavy investment (Suse, Android) is not new, but managers have struggled with how to integrate different work methods and techniques from external firms and open source communities into their projects. Executives and community leaders need consequently to figure out what is the best way to open up their projects to these external participants to innovate. One of the conditions requires from companies and open source communities to provide their projects with enough modularity in the design (modular design) to fully benefit from outside contributors.
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Dr. Nassim Belbaly is an Associate Professor of Information Technology Management and Dean of Academic Affairs at GSCM-Montpellier Business School, France. Before joining GSCM, he was Visiting Scholar and Principal Researcher at the Anderson Business School at UCLA, Los Angeles. His current research interests are Knowledge Management Systems, open source systems, coopetitive innovation and design science research. He publishes in peer review journals in Information systems and management relative to his research fields.
12:30-13:00 Registration and Seating
13:00-13:15 Welcome Address by Dr. Siriwan Ratanakarm – Assistant to the President for Academic Affairs, Bangkok University
13:15-13:30 Introduction by Dr. Vincent Ribière – Managing Director of the IKI-SEA
13:30-14:15 Internal Knowledge Markets by Dr. Hind Benbya, Associate Professor of Information Technology Management at GSCM-Montpellier Business School, France
14:15-14:45 Coffee break - Networking
14:45-15:30 The KM journey of PTT Chemical by Khun Khun Pattraporn Jirachaipravit, Vice President Knowledge Management & Systems Solutions, PTT Chemical
15:30-16:00 How to manage co-opetitive innovation between firms and communities with modular design? by Dr. Nassim Belbaly, Associate Professor of Information Technology Management and Dean of Academic Affairs at GSCM-Montpellier Business School, France.
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