In the 10 years since the initial launch of the IKNS program at Columbia University, we have seen a remarkable expansion of the knowledge-driven economy and a continual evolution in how organizations capitalize on knowledge and networks.
Join Columbia University’s MS in Information and Knowledge Strategy (IKNS) program on September 28th at 6pm ET for an intimate discussion between long-time colleagues Laurence Prusak, PhD and Nancy Dixon, PhD. Both Laurence and Nancy are renowned thought-leaders in the knowledge management discipline and esteemed faculty members of the IKNS program. Through conversation, the two will explore how knowledge management has changed over the last decade and where they see it headed in the future.
Following the conversation, the event will be opened for a question and answer period, where attendees can ask questions directly.
Topics of discussion include:
What have been the major changes in knowledge management over the last 10 years
Who have been the major influencers and contributors the discipline and how has their thinking brought us to where we are today
Where is KM heading now and what is needed to get there
Laurence Prusak, Ph.D. IKNS Lecturer; Author; Director of Research, Knowledge Strategies, LLC; former Executive Director of IBM Institute for Knowledge Management
Dr. Prusak is a Lecturer for the MS in Information and Knowledge Strategy program and an authority on the subjects of knowledge and learning. Currently, he also is Director of Research at Knowledge Strategies, LLC, and was previously the founder and Executive Director of IBM Institute for Knowledge Management, Principal and Research Director of the Ernst and Young Center for Business Innovation, and Senior Advisor to McKinsey and Co., NASA, and the World Bank. Learn more about Laurence Prusak, Ph.D.
Nancy Dixon, PhD, Lecturer, MS in Information and Knowledge Strategy program; Founder, Common Knowledge Associates
Nancy Dixon is a lecturer in the MS in Information and Knowledge Strategy program and a preeminent thought leader in the field of Knowledge Management. She has been a consultant to the most celebrated knowledge management companies with rich experience in the corporate, government and international development sectors. Learn more about Nancy Dixon, PhD.