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Exploration of Variants of Consumer and Employee Ownership Schemes
Last December 2009, at the Global Summit on Consumption Capital held in Beijing, China and sponsored by the World New Economy Research Institute, Apin showed that in the global knowledge economy, value creation had shifted from owners of financial capital to employees and consumers. On the average, only 27% of market value of corporations is book value (which is contributed by stockholders and by the corporation's past earnings) and 73% is contributed by employees (past and present) and consumers, yet the corporation continues to be owned and controlled mainly by owners of financial capital and by top corporate executives. This governance gap can be addressed through various forms of ownership schemes in favor of employees and consumers.
A Framework for Implementing Knowledge Management
Various observers describe today’s global economy as one in transition to a Knowledge Economy, that is, an interconnected globalized economy where knowledge resources such as know-how, expertise, creativity and intellectual property rights are viewed more critical than other economic resources such as land, natural resources and labor. Read more from this artice by Daan Boom and Tina Pimentel.
An Expanded Intellectual Capital Framework for Evaluating Social Enterprise Innovations
Together with KM colleague and co-author Vincent Leung of Hong Kong, Apin showed that trends in Asia show that new forms of enterprises are evolving or emerging that lie in-between for-profit corporations and not-for-profit or charitable organizations. New mechanisms for funding these "Social Enterprises" such as stock exchanges for NGOs, will require new, broader and better reporting mechanisms to describe the health of such organizations. The paper shows that (a) financial accounting or even intellectual capital (IC) accounting for profit-making corporations are not applicable, and (b) "triple bottom line" measuring systems for non-profit or developmental organizations are also not applicable. The paper proposes an expanded IC framework that may be have generic applicability to such new forms of social enterprises, of which CCLFI is a good example. This paper was presented in Hong Kong during the ICKM 2009: The 6th International Conference on Knowledge Management jointly held with KSS 2009: The 10th International Symposium on Knowledge and Systems Sciences on December 3-4, 2009.
KM Talk at the Knowledge Cafe
This presentation was made in Nov 2009 by Apin for the KM Society of Indonesia (KMSI), as a Knowledge Cafe sponsored by PLN which is the state-owned electricity company of Indonesia. PLN is a large 38,000-employee organization that has formally adopted KM about two years ago. KMSI was set up about two years ago. Its President is Prof. Dr. Jann Hidajat of the School of Business and Management, of the Bandung Institute of Technology. Jann is one of the many KM colleagues of Apin all over Asia.
Issues and perspectives in KM measurement
This paper was presented in Taipei last November 2009 in a 9-country Study Meeting on KM Measurement organized by APO (Asian Productivity Organization, an inter-governmental organization of 19 Asian countries). It seeks to provide some clarity and systematic organization in a very confusing but much needed area of practice: KM measurements.
Defining Value for the Social Development Sector: The Role of Intellectual Capital
International experts reviewed the status of development in intellectual capital (IC) accounting at the Global IC Summit in Beijing last August 2009. Apin read a paper that shows the limitations of the IC framework if it is applied to the social development sector, and accordingly suggested some approaches to broaden the IC framework.
Corporate Social Responsibility and Emergent Models in Management of Stakeholder Capital in Philippine Conglomerates
After reviewing trends in CSR (corporate social responsibility) in the Philippines and in other countries, this paper anticipates an emerging corporate trend: there seems to be a new form of enterprise evolving which Apin calls "socially-embedded corporations." In April 2009 Apin was invited to present this paper in the Fifth International Research Workshop on Asian Business in Singapore. Apin was invited by Singapore Management University professor Dr. Thomas Menkhoff, one of Apin's many KM friends in Asia.
Service Innovation: Some Philippine Trends and Experiences
The global economy is creating wealth mostly from services (69% of Gross World Product) and trading of services is growing faster than traditional trade in commodities. Furthermore, innovation (or knowledge creation) is now recognized as a key to competitiveness in the global knowledge economy. Therefore, service innovation has become a strategic focus of fast-growth companies. This paper reviews some trends in service innovation in the Philippines and in other countries, such as the new discipline promoted by IBM, namely, SSME or Service Science, Management and Engineering. This was presented in the KM Asia-Pacific Conference in Hong Kong last December 2008 led by Apin's KM colleague Ms. Waltraut Ritter.
Overview of Knowledge Management
The first chapter Apin Talisayon wrote for the e-book published by the Asian Productivity Organization, entitled "Knowledge Management: Experiences and Lessons"
This is the summary chapter which looks across the 22 KM case studies from the e-book "Knowledge Management in Asia: Experiences and Lessons" published by the Asian Productivity Organization
What is KM?
The first chapter of the electronic book entitled "99 Paradigm Shifts for Survival in the Knowledge Economy"
>Knowledge Management:From Brain to Business
Proceedings of a conference held in Bangkok, Thailand for 2007 that featured Nonaka and several MAKE (Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise) Award winning companies: Tata, Toyota, Buckman Laboratories and Siemens
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