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Previous Editions of IFKAD

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IFKAD 2006

Intellectual Capital and Company's Value Creation

Matera, Italy - 15-16 June 2006

PURPOSE AND TOPICS

The purpose of the International Forum on Knowledge Asset Dynamics is to create a 'cognitive laboratory' for discussing and learning about the role, theory and practice of knowledge asset management for sustaining organisations' value creation dynamics. The focus of the forum is mainly on management issues and it is going to bring together research students, young researchers, academics, managers and policy makers interested in understanding the knowledge foundations of performance improvements, business success and wealth creation. The forum is intended to represent a unique opportunity for up-dating and exchanging views on current and future managerial and research trends of the knowledge interpretation of the organisation. The forum's hope is to create an occasion to acquire and develop managerial insights and innovative ideas.

The 1s forum explored the links between intellectual capital and company's value creation. Among others, the forum focused on the exploration of the following main topics: exploring the concepts of intellectual capital; identifying and understanding knowledge assets as value drivers for wealth creation; analysing the organisation dynamic capabilities and competence renewal; linking knowledge asset management to organisational performance improvement; the challenges of measuring, visualising and managing knowledge assets and intellectual capital


KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

ALBINO, Vito - Polytechnic University of Bari, ITA
BOUNFOUR, Ahmed - Université de Marne La Vallée, FRA
JARRAR Yasar - Dubai School of Government, UAE
LONNQVIST, Antti - Tampere University of Technology, FIN
POYHONEN, Aino - Lappeeranta University of Technology, FIN
SCHIUMA, Giovanni – University of Basilicata, ITA
SPENDER, JC - ESADE and Lund University, USA