The final HKKMS monthly meeting in 2012 will be held on Wednesday 12th December starting at 7.00pm. As it will be our end-of-year meeting , we will be offering canapés, as well as alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
The venue is La Lune – Modern European Cuisine
Shop 1G/F, No. 23-29, Wing Wo Street , For more information on thelocation
, please visit: http://www.lalune.com.hk/
There will be plenty of time for networking and we will have a special
guest, John Bordeaux, from Washington , USA ( Bio follows).
The event is free for HKKMS members, $100 for KMIRC members, and $200 for non-members. To register for this event please complete the following form:
Registration for this event has closed.
|John Bordeaux – Associate Partner – Strategy & Innovation at IBM Global Business Services|
John has been engaged in public sector consulting and technology firms for
over 20 years , exploring new models for public sector leadership, reaching
into complexity and natural systems science for insight and ideas. His work
recent experience is as follows;
* For IBM, part of global team developing and providing solutions in the
areas of Social Business and Open Government. (2012-present)
* For IBM (2010-2012), developed integrated offerings in the areas of social
media, data strategies, knowledge management and innovation
* For SRA, developed and led a center of excellence in Knowledge Management;
with awards totaling $60M over 7 years, and featuring 22 practitioners at
its height. While leading this practice, John provided thought leadership
for clients including HHS, DIA, MDA, VA OCIS, USN/NPDC, and DoD’s ASD/NII, where he was instrumental in developing the DoD’s Information Sharing Strategy.
* For the Stupski Foundation, designed and led the Technology Program:
developing a strategy and operating plan for both 1) a ‘Knowledge Platform’
for innovators and 2) developing an education data strategy that extends to
cognitive, affective, and behavioral indicators.
* In 2008 served as Leader, Knowledge Management Working Group for the
Project on National Security Reform.
John is a member of the Federal KM Working Group, Senior Advisor to the
O’Reilly Gov 2.0 Summit and Expo series, a peer reviewer for the Journal of
Knowledge Management (Emerald publishing), and an accredited practitioner in
the Cognitive Edge methods. He has a Ph.D. in Public Policy from the School
of Public Policy at George Mason University, an M.S. in Information Systems
from the School of Information Technology and Engineering also at George
Mason University, preceded by a B.S. in Governmental Administration from
Christopher Newport University.