KnowledgeWebCast Episode 7 – Dr Vincent Ribière

This interview is part of the KnowledgeWebCast series.

In the videos below, I interview Dr Vincent Ribière, Managing Director and co-founder of the Institute for Knowledge and Innovation Southeast Asia (IKI-SEA) hosted by Bangkok University. He is an Associate Professor at Bangkok University‘s Graduate/Business School, co-founder and Program Director of the PhD program in Knowledge and Innovation Management (KIM), and founder and Co-Program Director of the newly created Master in Business Innovation (MBI).

The topics and questions addressed in the interview include:

  • KM journey of Dr. Ribière
  • Different phases of knowledge management evolution over a period of 20-25 years
  • How to make knowledge management an aspirational career choice for students?
  • Reasons for KM failure
  • What are the costs or risks of not managing knowledge very well?
  • Has academia started to propagate KM standards in their curriculum?
  • Research programs in KM and innovation
  • “MAKE to MIKE”
  • KM in Thailand
  • Emerging new technology patterns and trends
  • Learning more about KCS – World Bank KM framework.
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Santhosh Shekar

Mr. Santhosh Shekar is an accredited ISO 30401 knowledge management (KM) auditor and certifier, with over 20+ years of diverse experience in developing KM strategies & solutions, framework & models, and systems & structures along with KM products for organizations. He has worked with a wide spectrum of industry segments implementing knowledge management programs using various technologies and practices. He has also created a niche in leading KM standardization right from scratch to achieving multiple KM Programs executed in multiple companies. Furthermore, he has worked extensively on ISO 9001 organisational knowledge, AutoSPICE KM, and MIKE requirements in organizations. He has also served as an ISO 20000 internal auditor. Mr. Shekar is ITIL Foundation Certified; Certified Knowledge Manager from KM Institute, US; Member and Fellow of Innovation and Knowledge Exchange, UK. Donning many hats, he is also a soon-to-be-published author. He is currently working on his first book which will be a practical implementation guide on the ISO KMS 30401 standard. Mr. Santhosh Shekar is available on select online mediums. You can connect with him via Twitter and LinkedIn to know more about his work and activities related to KM.

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