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  Wednesday 7 June 2017
9.00 - 13:30 REGISTRATION
   - VENUE: GSOM - St. Petersburg University, Volkhovskiy pereulok, 1
9:30 - 10:00 CONFERENCE OPENING AND WELCOME
   - VENUE: The Twelve Colleggia Building, Universitetskaya Emb., 7/9
10:00 - 10:50 KEYNOTE SPEECH
   James Guthrie - Macquarie University, AUS
   "The Relevance of IC to the Public Sector: Current and Future Research Directions"
11:00 - 11:30 Coffee Break
   - VENUE: GSOM - St. Petersburg University, Volkhovskiy pereulok, 1
11:30 - 13:10 PARALLEL SESSIONS
[Room 215] TRACK - Knowledge management and innovation capacity
chair: Arkadiy Vladimirovich Trachuk
Guillermo Antonio Dávila, Tatiana Andreeva, Gregório Varvakis
(How) are Southern Brazilian firms managing knowledge for innovation?
Tor Helge Aas, Karl Joachim Breunig
Innovation capabilities: What are their characteristics and how can they be conceptualized?
Francesca Jacobone, Donato Morea, Gilberto Tonali
Measuring cognitive spaces for learning processes
Jane Flarup, Signe Stagstrup Jensen, Peter Lindgren
Competences of Business Model Innovation - competences that create, capture and deliver Business Model Innovation

[Room 311] TECHNOLOGY & ICT
chair: Alessandro Stefanini
Alexander Viktorovich Sorokin
Design of Cognitive Applications on IBM Bluemix Cloud Platform
Alessandro Stefanini, Davide Aloini, Riccardo Dulmin, Valeria Mininno
Performance analysis in emergency departments: a data-driven approach
Daniil Muravskii, Anna Pavlysh
Analyzing the effectiveness of using social media as a tool of conflict management in Yandex LCC
Hannele Väyrynen, Marko Manu
Why don´t one maximizes database utilization in product and service development in manufacturing

[Room 315] TRACK - Knowledge Management and Innovation in Creative Sectors and Ecosystems: Collaborations and Co-Creation
chair: Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay
Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay
The Montreal Multimedia Cluster and Sector: the Sources of a Creative Ecosystem Dynamic
Arnaud Scaillerez, Diane-Gabrielle Trembly
The Living Lab: a method of creativity and innovation
Marlien Herselman, Adele Botha
The value of co-creation and design science research in developing a Digital Health Innovation Ecosystem for South Africa

[Room 405] PhD Consortium
chair: Daniela Carlucci
Narmina Rahimli, Eric W.K. See-To
Interconnection between technology and Open Innovations (OI) in Creative, Digital and Information Technology (CDIT) Businesses
Maciej Rzadca
The reasons of coopetition in low-tech industry
Celestino Robles Estrada, Juan Mejia-Trejo
Explaining e-business adoption and use in Mexican exporting SME's. Development of a measurement model from the perspective of Knowledge Management

[Room 408] TRACK - Managing knowledge in inter-organizational contexts
chair: Antonio Messeni Petruzzelli
Rubens Pauluzzo, Maria Rosita Cagnina
The Art of War? The Role of Cultural Distance in IJVs' Knowledge Management Processes
Andrea Cardoni, Domenico Celenza, Rosa Lombardi
Knowledge transfer, university system and networking settings in competitive and uncompetitive regions: an international comparison
Lara Agostini, Anna Nosella, Karen Venturini
SME strategic networks: how to achieve the commitment of partners

[Room 410] TRACK - Creativity, Innovation and Knowledge Management
chair: Daniel Jiménez Jiménez
Clive Holtham, Ann Brown, Maryann Kernan, Martin Rich
Educating innovative leaders for the unordered world of VUCA
Silvia Martelo-Landroguez, Juan Gabriel Cegarra-Navarro, Gabriel Cepeda-Carrión
Knowledge management and performance: has counter-knowledge an impact on this relationship?
Juan Gabriel Cegarra-Navarro , Eva Martínez-Caro, Gabriel Cepeda-Carrión, Daniel Jimenez-Jimenez, Maria Teresa Sánchez-Polo
Organizational memory and agility: The effect of counter-knowledge
13:10 - 14:30 LUNCH (Sokos Hotel Bridge)
14.40 - 15.55 PARALLEL SESSIONS
[Room 215] KNOWLEDGE & VALUE CREATION
chair: Sylviane Cardey
Walid el Abed, Sylviane Cardey, Peter Greenfield
A Model for Turning Knowledge into Organizational Value Outcomes and Vice-Versa
Viktor Dörfler, Zoltán Baracskai
Fishing for meta-knowledge: A case for transdisciplinary validation
Svetlana Panikarova, Maksim Vlasov
Assessment of generation knowledge risks

[Room 311] TRACK - Tools and applications supporting co-creation in knowledge work
chair: Jussi Okkonen
Delio I Castaneda, Paul K. Toulson
Are ICT tools effective to share tacit knowledge?
Jussi Okkonen, Vilma Vuori
Perspectives on tools and applications supporting co-creation in knowledge work
Riitta-Liisa Larjovuori, Jaana-Piia Mäkiniemi, Sanna Nuutinen, Kirsi Heikkilä-Tammi
How are leadership and organisational culture associated with levels of business digitalisation?

[Room 315] TRACK - Empowering data for value co-creation
chair: Heli Aramo-Immonen
Jari Jussila, Navonil Mustafee, Nina Helander, Karan Menon, Heli Aramo-Immonen, Arash Hajikhani
A bibliometric study on authorship trends and research themes in knowledge management literature
Jussi Myllärniemi , Nina Helander, Samuli Pekkola
Lessons for data-based value creation
Milla Ratia, Jussi Myllärniemi
Business intelligence tools for private healthcare data-driven value creation

[Room 405] TRACK - Knowledge management for value co-creation
chair: Anna Paola Codini
Roslyn Larkin, Roslyn Cameron, John Burgess, Alan Montague
The Impact of Clusters for Knowledge Management in Hospitality MNE's
Anna Bykova, Carlos Jardon
Relational capital from foreign partners as source of value creation: the mediation role of companies' dynamic capabilities
Peter Lindgren, Jesper Bandsholm, Annabeth Aagaard
How to secure continuous knowledge sharing in the third phase of a critical and risky network-based business model Innovation project

[Room 408] TECHNOLOGY & ICT
chair: Gyöngyvér Molnár
Lyudmila Gadasina, Victoriya Ivanova, Tatiana Lezina
Company managers competences adjustment within the frames of business digital transformation
Benő Csapó, Gyöngyvér Molnár
Assessment-based, personalized learning in primary education
Araceli Duran-Hernandez, Juan Antonio Flores-Mora, Jose de Jesus Urzua-Lopez
The cultural clash in education in Mexico with the use of communication technologies (ICTs) in the University

[Room 410] TRACK - Knowledge management in team dynamics: Key issues and challenges for knowledge intensive organizations
chair: Francesco Paolo Appio
Johan Olaisen, Revang Øivind
The Co-creation of business knowledge as societal meaning in project teams
Evi Kneisel, Peter Pawlowsky
Direct and indirect effects of team reflections on knowledge sharing and acquisition in project teams
Luigi Nasta, Luca Pirolo, Patrik Wikström
Combining different experiences for assembling teams. An analysis of the US music industry

[ROOM 404] - DISCUSSION PANEL: "Big data for knowledge management, knowledge management for big data"
15.55 - 17.10 PARALLEL SESSIONS
[Room 215] TRACK - Resilience and creativity of knowledge workers: Role of wellbeing and happiness in influencing creativity
chair: Vidya Sagar Athota
Anna-Maija Nisula, Heidi Olander
Which personal factors affect knowledge workers' resilience and creativity?
Sandra Walden Pearson, Vidya S. Athota, Helene de Burgh-Woodman
The influence of self-compassion on knowledge worker subjective wellbeing, creativity and knowledge sharing behaviour
Vidya Sagar Athota, Ashish Malik
How wellbeing and resilience in the workplace influence innovation?

[Room 311] TRACK - Tools and applications supporting co-creation in knowledge work
chair: Vilma Vuori
Mikko Vartio, Heli Aramo-Immonen
What is stopping us from using the blog in knowledge co-creation?
Ilona Toth, Anna-Maija Nisula, Sanna Sintonen
Personal resources and knowledge worker engagement
Maurício Ribeiro Rotta, Fred Leite Siqueira Campos, Beatriz Marcondes de Azevedo
The management of knowledge and the use the CommonKads methodology and ontologies for modeling the legal knowledge necessary for preparation of judgments of processes in the area of consumer protection

[Room 315] TRACK - Empowering data for value co-creation
chair: Jari Jussila
Heli Aramo-Immonen, Mikko Vartio, Jari J. Jussila
If you know social media, you see opportunities
Sanna Ketonen-Oksi, Harri Jalonen
Advocator, Jester, Spokesperson, Provocateur or Boundary spanner? Exploring different communication styles at Twitter
Karl Joachim Breunig, Tale Skjølsvik
Digitalization-effects on the legal industry: Emerging business models

[Room 405] PhD Consortium
chair: Daniela Carlucci
Miroslav Kubelskiy, Dmitry Kudryavtsev
Application features of conceptual models in processes of strategic decision-making
Dmitriy Sokolov, Elena Zavyalova
Human Resource Management Systems in Knowledge-Intensive firms
Louisa Selivanovskikh, Marina Latukha
Influence of talent management practices on knowledge acquisition, assimilation, transformation and exploitation

[Room 408] OPEN INNOVATION
chair: Han van der Meer
Maria do Rosário Cabrita, José Maria Viedma
Creating wealth in the knowledge-based economy: Theoretical foundations
Lara Agostini, Lars Bengtsson, Valentina Lazzarotti, Raffaella Manzini, Anna Nosella, Luisa Pellegrini, Ioana Stefan
Open innovation with scientific partners and patenting: the moderating role of the internal context for innovation
Han van der Meer, Hilde de Groot
Innovation Hubs, a new form for Open Innovation in SME's

[Room 410] TRACK - Knowledge management in team dynamics: Key issues and challenges for knowledge intensive organizations
chair: Francesco Paolo Appio
Kaja Prystupa-Rzadca
Enhancing tacit knowledge sharing in virtual teams. Organizational perspective
Tommaso Savino, Lorenzo Ardito, Antonio Messeni Petruzzelli, Vito Albino
The role of scientific knowledge within inventing teams: Empirical tests into Aircraft sector

[Room 404] TRACK - Knowledge management and innovation capacity
chair: Natalia Vyacheslavovna Linder
Arkady Vladimirovich Trachuk, Natalia Vyacheslavovna Linder
Knowledge spillover impact on the efficiency of companies: empiric study results
Vincenzo Corvello, Pasquale Gioffrè, Cecilia Perri, Emanuela Scarmozzino
Knowledge acquisition and start-up companies performance: a literature review
Tatiana Khansuvarova, Nadezhda Pokrovskaya
Business accelerators as an element of investment infrastructure for building innovative economy in Russia
17:30 - 19:00 WELCOME RECEPTION
   - GSOM - St. Petersburg University
19:30 - 21:30 BOAT TOUR OF ST. PETERSBURG    (starting at pier at Makarova Emb., 34)
 
  Thursday 8 June 2017
9:00 - 10:40 PARALLEL SESSIONS
[Room 215] KNOWLEDGE & VALUE CREATION
chair: Johan Olaisen
Martin Piber, Lucia Biondi, Paola Demartini, Lucia Marchegiani, Michela Marchiori
Pursuing civic engagement through participatory cultural initiatives: mapping value creation, outcome, performance and legitimacy
Johan Olaisen, Revang Øivind
Trivialism or pluralism in knowledge management research in the 21st century: Making knowledge management creative and relevant
Lawrence J. Lad
Re-thinking collaboration: Crossing boundaries to create a better future
Henrik Knudsen
Open Sesame – informing on how entrepreneurs engage with their personal contact network and create knowledge

[Room 311] SUSTAINABILITY
chair: Aleena Shuja
Aleena Shuja, Aleema Shuja
The Role of Sustainability Practices in Engineering, Ecological and Adaptive Resilience for Improving Corporate Performance and Sustainable Innovation Performance: A Study on Petroleum Companies from South Asian Context
Fred Leite Siqueira Campos, Beatriz Marcondes de Azevedo
The use of knowledge as an innovative service for sustainability in Brazil: the brasilian´s portal Web Site case
Lucia Varra, Marzia Timolo
Sustainable Human Resources Management and International Standard of CSR: reflections of organizational learning from empirical evidence

[Room 315] KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
chair: Jennifer Floody
Ahmed Ramy, Jenni Floody, Mohamed AF Ragab, Amr Arisha, Giovianni Schiuma
Scientometric Journal Review of Knowledge Management Research and Practice: 2003 -2015
Tatiana Gavrilova, Artem Alsufyev, Elvira Grinberg, Edward Mailov
Three Historical Phases in Research on Visual Business Knowledge Models
Gennady Bronfeld
The new technology of work with knowledge-based elinga
Dilyara Shakirova, Timur Suleymanov
Intellectual Potential Management Model

[Room 405] INNOVATION
chair: Carlos Ramos
Carlos Ramos
Multidisciplinary Projects and Internships (MP/I) – training students from different fields and degrees for co-creative projects in an innovative and international context
Vitaliy Roud, Valeriya Vlasova
Cooperative Innovation Strategies: Empirical evidence from Russian Manufacturing
Nunzia Carbonara, Roberta Pellegrino
Fostering Innovation in public procurement through collaborative Public-private relationships
Claudia Tittmann, Christian-Andreas Schumann, Kevin Reuther
Knowledge diffusion: A classification of modern knowledge management's role within the innovation process

[Room 408] TRACK - Women in management and organisation: Leadership, Resilience, Creativity and Co-Creation
chair: Paola Paoloni
Paola Paoloni, Paola Demartini
A gender dimension of Universities: The "Ipazia" Observatory on gender issues
Paola Paoloni, Rosa Lombardi
Investigating relational capital and female enterprises in the international context
Gabriele Serafini
Business economics vs Political economics: why Female entrepreneurship value creation is underestimated at macroeconomic level
Paola Paoloni, Marco Valeri
Women in business: development perspectives of relational capital

[Room 410] TRACK - Intellectual Capital and Intangible Assets in Universities and Research Organisations: Moving Toward the Fourth Stage of IC Research
chair: Rosa Lombardi
Walter Vesperi, Teresa Gentile, Rocco Reina, Marzia Ventura
The role of intellectual capital in the creation of new academic entrepreneurship
Nathalie Colasanti, Rocco Frondizi, Marco Meneguzzo
The evaluation of the university third mission at international level: state of the art and perspectives
Andreea Bordianu
Intellectual capital lessons: a move towards the fourth stage of IC research
10:40 - 11:10 Coffee Break  /  POSTER PRESENTATIONS [Room 309]
Giuliana Vinci, Martina Musarra, Andrea Esposito, Rita Jirillo
Knowledge sharing and exploitation for sustainable development: industrial symbiosis models
Elena Zavyalova, Artem Alsufyev
Agile Project Management Methods in Russian Knowledge-Intensive Companies
Sergei Kostousov, Dmitry Kudryavtsev
The design of the framework of using knowledge tools for teaching problem-solving
11.10 -13.15 PARALLEL SESSIONS
[Room 215] TRACK - Resilient SMEs in turbulent times -Implications for Knowledge management and organizational learning
chair: Klaus North
Natalia Khazieva, Dagmar Caganova, Aleksandr Kovalev
Why the SME is a driver of economy?
Ronald Maier, René Peinl
Enterprise knowledge infrastructures for organizational resilience
Nathalie Colasanti, Rocco Frondizi, Marco Meneguzzo
The case of recuperated factories in Argentine: resilience and co-creation of knowledge with the community
George Tovstiga
Innovation, intelligent failure and learning revisited
Iñaki Garagorri, Nekane Aramburu
The Role of Consulting Firms in Business Continuity: A Case of Vulnerable SMEs

[Room 311] TRACK - Managing knowledge in inter-organizational contexts
chair: Lara Agostini
Vincenzo Corvello, Pasquale Gioffrè, Emanuela Scarmozzino
Knowledge exchanges between new companies and large companies through the start-up life cycle
Eva Gatarik, David Spacek, Ales Pala
In search of new ideas: Understanding and managing creativity in inter-organizational context – the case of relationships between a parent company and subsidiary companies
Antonio Toma, Giustina Secundo, Giovanni Schiuma, Giuseppina Passiante
A classification of intermediate open innovation ecosystems in healthcare industry
Jukka I. Mattila, Anu Nuut, Sampo Tukiainen, Erkki Ormala
Innovativeness through embedded knowledge: Firm connections with consultants in Innovation Ecosystems

[Room 315] KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER & SHARING
chair: Øivind Revang
Evgeny Blagov, Anastasiia Pleshkova, Alena Begler
Work experience influence on the knowledge sharing barriers perception by the higher education institutions' administrative employees
Miikka Palvalin, Vilma Vuori, Nina Helander
Knowledge transfer and work productivity
Mark D Potts, George M. Puia
Conviviality and knowledge management in learning communities
Adele Botha, Marlien Herselman, Derrick Kotze
Contextualisation: An exercise in knowledge management and transfer
Piera Centobelli, Roberto Cerchione, Emilio Esposito, Renato Passaro
Aligning knowledge management systems in SMEs: an FST approach

[Room 405] INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL
chair: Fabio Nappo
Tatiana Andreeva, Tatiana Garanina
Knowledge management practices for developing intellectual capital: evidence from Russian companies
Marco Lacchini, Simone Manfredi, Fabio Nappo, Matteo Palmaccio
Intellectual Capital valorization in the sector of the Gaming Companies: a new business model
Pierluigi Catalfo, Rocco Frondizi, Marco Meneguzzo, Noemi Rossi
Intellectual Capital Reporting, Accountability and Knowledge Management in Health Care Organizations: an European Perspective
Roberto Linzalone, Giovanni Schiuma
Success and failure of granted international cooperation projects. Exploring the key role of project stakeholders management
Tsvetomira Dimitrova Vladimirova, Igor Arenkov
The impact of intellectual capital management on organizations competitiveness: Human capital trends

[Room 408] TRACK - Organizational learning for the common good: an emerging approach to sustainability and resilience
chair: Cecilia Rossignoli
Galina Menshikova
Institutionalization of the system of additional professional education in modern Russia: criteria and results of evaluation
Francisco de la Barrera
Improving the design of urban green spaces by incorporating knowledge from science and citizens to increase resilience and the provision of benefits
Edward R. Freeman, Chiara Civera, Damiano Cortese, Simona Fiandrino
Effective stakeholder engagement for supporting co-management of common goods: the need for empowerment, lessons from Torre Guaceto MPA
Sergey Aksinenko, Viktoria Sheveleva, Elena Chernetskaya, Tatiana Belykh, Viktoria Shabanova
Creating and approbation of the system of knowledge management at JSC "Concern Rosenergoatom" in terms of personnel management

[Room 410] HIGHER EDUCATION & LEARNING
chair: Antti Lönnqvist
Gyöngyvér Molnár, Benő Csapó
Exploration and Learning Strategies in an Interactive Problem-Solving Environment at the Beginning of Higher Education Studies
Antti Lönnqvist
Education export as a means to transfer national intellectual capital
Elena Zaborova, Tatiana Markova
Tendencies and Issues of Knowledge Management in Higher Education: Russian Students' Perspective
Tatiana Markova
Knowledge Management in Russian Higher Education: Faculty Perspective
13.20 - 14.30 LUNCH (Sokos Hotel Bridge)
14.45 - 16.25 PARALLEL SESSIONS
[Room 215] TRACK - Big data in the arts and humanities: challenges, trends and opportunities
chair: Daniela Carlucci
Meliha Handzic, Senada Dizdar
Picturing the past: A case of knowledge management application in archaeology
Deborah Agostino, Michela Arnaboldi, Anna Calissano
The NET dashboard to exploit social media data in performing arts: the case of Teatro Alla Scala
Gianluca Elia, Gianluca Solazzo, Ylenia Maruccia, Gloria Polimeno
An open innovation roadmap for implementing big data initiatives

[Room 311] TRACK - KM in the public sector
chair: Maurizio Massaro
Lucia Dobrucká, Klára Šimonová
Power and knowledge in planning: the role of time and scale
Harri Laihonen, Tomi Rajala, Petra Haapala
Knowledge transfer and performance dialogue in public administration
Tomi Rajala, Harri Laihonen
Learning about performance - Difficulties in measuring the learning outcomes
Holger Scheffler, Michel Rietze
Build or not to build? That is the question! - How to implement flood prevention successfully

[Room 315] TRACK - Creativity, Innovation and Knowledge Management
chair: Juan-Gabriel Cegarra-Navarro
Micaela Martinez-Costa, Daniel Jiménez-Jiménez, Hammady Ahmed Dine Rabeh
The effect of organizational learning in interorganizational collaborations on innovation: An empirical study
Daniel Jiménez-Jiménez, Micaela Martínez-Costa, Raquel Sanz-Valle
Development of human resources practices that favour innovative work behaviour and innovation
Víctor Oltra, Carole Donada, Joaquín Alegre
Managing knowledge in skunkworks projects: Key human resource practices and dynamics for boosting creativity and radical innovation
Antonio L. Leal-Rodríguez, Gema Albort Morant, Jörg Henseler
Absorptive external environmental knowledge to generate green product and process innovation

[Room 405] TRACK - Dynamics in Strategic Knowledge Management (SKM)
chair: Krishna Venkitachalam
Adrian Klammer, Stefan Gueldenberg
Letting go of the old: (un)deliberate knowledge loss in product development
Biagio Ciao
Scientists' background and knowledge sharing mechanisms as drivers of value creation in small biotech companies
Silvia Massa, Merve Hakyol
Internal markets for knowledge-intensive human resources: a new frontier in personalization strategy for knowledge management
Mercedes Úbeda-García, Enrique Claver-Cortés, Bartolomé Marco-Lajara, Patrocinio Zaragoza-Sáez, Francisco García-Lillo
Knowledge dynamics in the Spanish hotel industry. Opening the black box of organizational ambidexterity through human resource management.

[Room 408] TRACK - Organizational learning for the common good: an emerging approach to sustainability and resilience
chair: Francesca Ricciardi
Alessandra Ricciardelli
Resilience and localism: sustainable collaborative communities as organisation systems. The case of the City Rijeka
Elena Candelo, Cecilia Casalegno, Chiara Civera, Fabrizio Mosca
Value co-creation for resilient supply chains: a cross-country study in the coffee industry
Antonio Bassi, Aris Arrigoni, Benjamin Demma, Mauro Galli, Reto Gallera
Project and project management success - exploring criteria and factors that drive to the success - the Swiss case
Francesca Ricciardi, Valter Cantino, Cecilia Rossignoli
Learning for the commons: organizational and evaluation challenges

[Room 410] TRACK - Knowledge integration and co-creation value
chair: Ernesto De Nito
Stella Carè, Maria Colurcio, Monia Melia
Crowdsourcing a new collaboration form for value creation and resources integration
Mauro Romanelli
New technologies for value co-creation within museums
Virpi Sillanpää, Harri Laihonen, Maiju Vuolle
Managing intellectual liabilities by service recovery

[Room 404] TRACK - Knowledge Management and Innovation in Creative Sectors and Ecosystems: Collaborations and Co-Creation
chair: Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay
Wanhee Byun, Jung-Beom Lee, Hoyoung Kee, Myungsik Do
Characteristics of car-sharing services in public rental apartments
Lucia Marchegiani, Luigi Nasta, Luca Pirolo
Facing the technological change: an analysis of the role of touristic guides
Katri Valkokari, Kaisa Still, Heidi Korhonen, Jean-Peter Ylén, Anu Seisto
Collaborative business model innovations in media ecosystems – digitalisation as a change driver
16.30 - 17.20 KEYNOTE SPEECH
   Vladimir Leschenko - Rosatom, RUS
   "Knowledge management: panacea or placebo"
20:00 - 23:00 SOCIAL DINER
   - Nicholas Palace, pl. Truda 4, St. Petersburg, Russia
 
  Friday 9 June 2017
09:00 - 11:05 PARALLEL SESSIONS
[Room 215] LOGISTICS KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
chair: Pietro Evangelista
Marina Latukha, Sergey Pitinov, Ekaterina Mitskevich
Knowledge management practices as a source of absorptive capacity of emerging market firms: Evidence from Russia
Ettore Bolisani, Malgorzata Zieba, Marco Paiola, Enrico Scarso
Knowledge management strategies in KIBS companies: A preliminary analysis
Eleni-Maria Kalogeraki, Nineta Polemi, Spyridon Papastergiou
A modelling approach for maritime supply chain services
Radka Vanícková, Kateřina Bočková
Risk management - knowledge management in logistics manufacturing company
Aino Kianto, Anna-Maija Nisula, Henri Inkinen, Mika Vanhala
Improving performance of logistics SMEs through knowledge management

[Room 311] TRACK - Encouraging social entrepreneurship in a changing world
chair: Pierpaolo Magliocca
Rossella Canestrino, Angelo Bonfanti, Yuliya Korgunyk, Pierpaolo Magliocca
Cultural drivers of social entrepreneurship: Evidence from Ukraine
Gabriella Piscopo, Gabriella Ambrosino, Rocco Palumbo
Prison theatre as an entrepreneurial opportunity: resilience, creativity and co-creation for inmates' rehabilitation
Tomasz Kafel, Bernard Ziębicki
Multidimensional model for social enterprise performance measurement
Aldona Frączkiewicz-Wronka, Martyna Wronka-Pospiech, Małgorzata Dobrowolska
Predicting managerial success in the case of polish social enterprises - personality perspective
Mauro Romanelli
Sustaining rural and social development for entrepreneurship

[Room 315] TRACK - KM in the public sector
chair: Maurizio Massaro
Maurizio Massaro, Andrea Garlatti, Francesca Dal Mas
Knowledge Barriers and Intellectual Liabilities in an employee-owned organization. A case study
Mzwandile Shongwe, Dennis Ocholla, Sipho Mncube
Knowledge management practices at a government department in South Africa
Rasmus Jørgensen, Kasper Edwards
Developing communities of practice in health care
Antonio Lerro, Giustina Secundo, Giovanni Schiuma, Giuseppina Passiante
Strategizing knowledge assets and collective intelligence for city sustainable development
Yemina Valdez Samaniego, Blanca C. Garcia
Dancing with change: a case of Resilience in a rural community in the Mexico-Texas borderland

[Room 405] TRACK - Domain specifics of knowledge management
chair: Maria Molodchik
Elena Serova
Contemporary knowledge management tools for supporting of knowledge intensive processes and improving quality of client care
Tatiana Gavrilova, Dmitry Kudryavtsev, Anna Menshikova
Knowledge management tools: universal and domain-specific
Evgeniya Gorlacheva, Alla Brom, Irina Omelchenko, Margarita Stoyanova
Knowledge management in engineering enterprises: the results of empiric research
Ksenia Golovacheva, Maria Smirnova
Many ways to manage customer knowledge: Could we find a perfect match?
Julia Bilinkis, Anastasia Zueva, Tatiana Novikova, Dmitry Romanov
Further development of automated methods for predicting risks and expert searching of weakly structured processes

[Room 408] TRACK - Resilient SMEs in turbulent times -Implications for Knowledge management and organizational learning
chair: Klaus North
Bruna Devens Fraga, Caroline Baldissera Casagrande, Gregorio Varvakis, Denilson Sell
An integrative review of organizational resilience components
Jeremy E. Bockelman, George Puia, Matthew C. Shoffner
The effects of tacit and explicit knowledge acquisition on the performance of small to medium sized manufacturing firms
Thomas Hardwig
How Small Medium Enterprises create an agile collaborative work culture
Yasmina Khadir-Poggi, Susanne Durst
What is organisational knowledge-intensity?
Mercedes Raquel García Revilla, Eduardo Bueno, Cecilia Murcia Rivera, Carlos Merino Moreno
Proposal of concept and variables that characterize resilient organizational capabilities as dynamic capabilities

[Room 410] TRACK - Knowledge integration and co-creation value
chair: Maria Colurcio
Anna Trifilova, Elena Korostyshevskay, Diana Artemova, Raigul Doszhan
Knowledge alliance in training for innovation: the case of EU funded TACIT project
Paolo Canonico, Ernesto De Nito, Vincenza Esposito, Mario Pezzillo Iacono
Dealing with knowledge integration in a product development setting: an empirical analysis in the automotive industry
Per Øystein Hansen, Svein S. Andersen
Knowledge integration as co-creation in a high performance context: Ski-preparation as a knowledge intensive activity under uncertainty
Maria Colurcio, Ernesto De Nito
Knowing and practices in a crowdfounding platform
11:05 - 11:30 Coffee Break
11:30 - 13:10 PARALLEL SESSIONS
[Room 215] KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
chair: George M Puia
Angela Fortunato, Achille Claudio Garavelli, Michele Gorgoglione, Shawndra Hill, Umberto Panniello
Knowledge Management in Social TV Activities
Olga Korotkova
Knowledge management to support developing nuclear infrastructure in countries embarking on nuclear power program
George M Puia, Heidi Hicks, Rosalie Stackpole
Knowledge acquisition in new international ventures: How global entrepreneurs find their way
Igor Pyrko, Colin Eden, Viktor Dörfler, Marc Stierand
Facilitating communities of practice with causal mapping workshops

[Room 315] INNOVATION
chair: Anastasia Krupskaya
Olga Zueva, Alexander Gorovoy
The strategy of innovation development of the Russian national economy
Anastasia Krupskaya
New service development in KIBS companies: dynamic links between knowledge base and innovation
Francesco Santarsiero, Daniela Carlucci, Giovanni Schiuma
Stimulating innovative thinking in companies with projective techniques: a case study

[Room 405] TRACK - Knowledge Aspects of Big Data and Information Management
chair: Sergey Yablonsky
Sergey Yablonsky
Big data governance framework
Eugénia Vinagre, Tiago Pinto, Gil Pinheiro, Zita Vale, Carlos Ramos, Juan Manuel Corchado
Knowledge management system for big data in a smart electricity grid context
Olga Nikolaychuk, Aleksandr Berman,Maksim Grishenko, Aleksandr Yurin, Nikita Dorodnykh
A model-driven approach and a tool to support creation of rule-based expert systems for industrial safety expertise

[Room 408] TRACK - Creativity, Innovation and Knowledge Management
chair: Gabriel Cepeda Carrión
Farag Edghiem
Synthetic review of service employees' innovative conduct
Antonio J. Carrasco-Hernández, Daniel Jiménez-Jiménez
The relationship of absorptive capacity and innovation in family firms
Albrecht Karlusch, Wolfgang Sachsenhofer, Kathrin Reinsberger
Creativity as complement to knowledge development in entrepreneurship

[Room 410] TRACK - Intellectual Capital and Intangible Assets in Universities and Research Organisations: Moving Toward the Fourth Stage of IC Research
chair: Giustina Secundo
Zhanna S.Belyaeva, Rosa Lombardi
Intellectual value co-creation models in industry- university-government network
Christle de Beer, Giustina Secundo, Corne S.L. Schutte, Giuseppina Passiante
Technology Transfer Office type for increased access to University Intellectual Capital: Recommendations from Europe and UK
Michael Habersam, Martin Piber, Matti Skoog
Ten years of using Knowledge Balance Sheets in Austrian public universities - retrospective and perspective

[ROOM 404] - DISCUSSION PANEL: "Meet the Editors"
13:10 - 14:30 LUNCH (Sokos Hotel Bridge)
14:40 - 15:30 KEYNOTE SPEECH
Elias Carayannis - The George Washington University, USA
15:30 - 16:20 KEYNOTE SPEECH
   Kirill Korniliev - IBM, RUS
   "Cognitive future of the IT"
16:20 - 17:10 KEYNOTE SPEECH
   Igor Baranov - Sberbank Corporate University, RUS
   "Building a Knowledge Economy in Russia: A Corporate Perspective"
17:10 - 17:30 Conclusions, Closing Remarks