Day 3: G-LINK-Workshops & Success Stories:
“HANDS-ON WORKSHOPS & SUCCESS STORIES”
Day 3 Thursday Oct. 06th
Location: Bangkok University
Chu Keong Lee
Professor | Nanyang Technological University | Singapore
Vice President | Hong-Kong KM Society | Hong-Kong
Many understood that it was the interative teaching and mentoring practices that sustained their 900-year reign, and from their ashes, the modern trades were born. As the dominance of the guilds faded away to be replaced by universities and academies, however, most modern knowledge work begame heavily theory-based. At first this economically superior method created millions of jobs. Today those jobs are being automated and now, once again, the knowledge-laden creative roles are the ones we need humans to fill. It seems this ancient knowledge transfer success story has much to teach us about the way we grow our businesses today.
This workshop will discuss some of the historic methods, how they are being used today, and how they can be supplemented in a digital age. With examples, discussion and an interactive activity we will examine how these techniques can be applied to your place of work.
Head of Customer Success | My Local Broker & KM Australia | Australia
CEO | TKM - TecKnowMetrix | France
Co-Founder and Principal | Mountain Quest Institute | USA
A 3 hours workshop to introduce the basics and dynamics of the TIPS Innovation People Profiling Method to the participating delegates from academia and industry attending the ISPIM Innovation Summit 2016.
Who’s it for?
- Delegates with either an academic or business background attending the G-Link Summit.
What do you get?
- An introduction to the TIPS Innovation People Profiling Method with its 4 bases, 4 styles and 11 innovator profiles
- An understanding on how TIPS can be applied in business for: talent acquisition, development & retention; work team alignment; personality-compatible management; and conflict management.
- An understanding of one’s preferred style to innovate
- An appreciation that every TIPS profile can add value to an organization’s innovation efforts, albeit in different ways and at different points of time within a systematic creative process (such as Thinkergy’s X-IDEA Innovation Method)
Founding Director | Thinkergy | IKI-SEA - Bangkok University | Thailand
Communities of practice have been found to support knowledge creation by enabling knowledge sharing among experts and practitioners in organisations. Developing a virtual community of practice provides a platform to share a domain of interest about which can be communicated online. It was realized that practitioners share resources (from experiences, problems and solutions, tools, methodologies). Such communication results in the improvement of the knowledge of each participant in the community and contributes to the development of the knowledge within the domain.
The workshop seeks to explore strategies and set up processes of cultivating a virtual communities of practice in the public sector industry. The aim is to learn more about the strategies, techniques and challenges that need to be addressed in order to support the fragile process of setting up a new community of practice.
This workshop will be based on a case study research project where a virtual community of practice was implemented in a public sector organisation. The purpose of this workshop will be to explore the set up process of cultivating a virtual community of practice and the areas that will be discussed, will be – what major issues can be identified during the set-up phase, the critical success factors and way-forward plans to sustain this knowledge sharing initiative.
We will draw our experiences on the creation of virtual communities of practice (VCoPs) for public sector organisations in Malaysia. These VCoPs were designed to provide a convenient and conducive platform for knowledge-seeking professionals and forward-leading organisations to leverage on the community, collaborate for professional advancement, develop their competencies and create strategic alliances.
This workshop will be conducted via participation in exploring the trends in stimulating the creation and sharing of knowledge related to best practices within the user community. This case provides a practical focus designed to help managers successfully build a guided community of practice towards supporting informal learning within their organisation.
Proposed outcomes of the workshop
This workshop will provide a practical focus designed to help managers successfully build guided communities of practice towards supporting informal learning within their organisation. More specifically, the implementation model can be useful for any organisation who intends to implement a community of practice in their organisation.
Managing Director | Knowledge Connections | Malaysia
Time has come to evolve such approaches to better fit the needs of the 21st century learners. Human learning is characterized through observing, reflecting and organizing information. Questions and problems naturally arise from this learning process. Driven by the changes in our communication habits also the ways we conduct surveys and how companies acquire knowledge have changed. On the example of “mobilizing” a corporate survey about the “status quo of the learning organization in Thailand” Dr. Boondee Bunyagidj and Maik will present how inquiry-based methods improve interactivity and how mobile devices can become the method of choice to build more efficient surveys and powerful learning solutions.
Maik Fuellmann & Boondee Bunyagidj
Siriraj is the largest faculty and hospital in Thailand; >15,000 employees, >2.5 million patients visits per year, >3,600 medical students, paramedical students and trainees; the oldest University Hospital in Thailand; >129 years
Siriraj started a journey to excellence (toward achieving its vision) and sustainability. Therefore, it designed integrated Siriraj Quality Tools and Siriraj KM tool aligned with the context and which facilitate staffs’ potentials at all levels to operate safer, better and the best. Siriraj learnt that KM enormously emphasizes soft side in the organization, increases workforce engagement and promotes learning organization.
During her presentation Prof. Duangmanee will present:
- Why KM in Siriraj?
- How KM was applied at Siriraj (Siriraj Link-Share-Learn & Siriraj CoP style) to promote a safety culture, quality excellence, workforce engagement and learning organization
- Lesson learnt: Benefits from KM and challenges of KM implementation
Deputy Dean of Quality Development | Siriraj Hospital | Thailand
Head of Research Centre | Hong Kong Police Force | Hong-Kong
- How they changed their vision and business strategy on stagnant market
- How they found and implemented a new position in their clients minds
- How they found partners and collaborated with them
- How they created new products and services with their entire supply chain
Dmitry Ermakov & Lyubov Nepovinnykh