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.