The last meeting of the 2014 will be a special event held in partnership with the KMIRC of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University with a talk from a Dr. Aino Kianto from Finland, a small country at the forefront of Knowledge Management. Drinks and snacks will be served.
Dr. Aino Kianto will talk about “Intellectual capital and knowledge management practices in Finnish and Chinese companies”. In this talk, she will present the results of a recent survey study identifying the key strengths and weaknesses in intellectual capital stocks and KM practices in firms in these two countries.
Speaker : Dr. Aino Kianto
Date : Thursday 4th December, 2014,
Time: From 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Location: La Lune Bar and Restaurant, Shop 1, G/F, No 23-29 Wing Wo Street, Sheung Wan.
The charge for event is free for members of HKKMS and KMIRC and HK$300 for non-members. Please complete the registration form below to reserve your place.
Dr. Aino Kianto (née Pöyhönen), holds a full professorship in Knowledge Management in the School of Business, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland. She also is the academic director for the Master Programme in Knowledge Management and Leadership in the School of Business. Her teaching and research focus on knowledge management, intellectual capital, creativity, innovation and organizational renewal.
She has authored and co-authored more than 100 academic articles, papers, books and book chapters related with these topics. She has been called one of the most prominent academic figures in the field of intellectual capital and has received several awards for research excellence, e.g. three of her papers in Journal of Intellectual Capital have been recognized with Emerald’s Highly Commended Award. She has been involved in a responsible role in 9 different research projects dealing with knowledge management, intellectual capital and innovation, e.g. she is the leader of the project Intellectual Capital and Value Creation where knowledge-based value creation is examined in 8 countries.
Professor Kianto’s expertise spans outside the academia: e.g. she is the inventor of the ORCI-method, used for assessing and developing organizational renewal capability in more than 100 organizations across Europe, has worked with the Future committee of the Finnish parliament and regularly lectures for companies and practitioners.