Below are the ICICKM Biographies of the Conference and Programme Chairs, Key Note Speakers and Mini-Track Chairs.
Conference and Programme Chairs
Professor Wensley teaches at the Management Department at the University of Toronto Mississauga and the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. His work focuses on the development and implementation of major enterprise systems. Recently Professor Wensley has been actively involved in research aimed at understanding the design and implementation of information systems for healthcare and the utilization of new technologies in a variety of industries. He is the Executive Editor of the Wiley journal Knowledge and Process Management and serves on 10 other academic journal Editorial Boards. He has published many research papers, articles and chapters in various academic/professional journals and books.
Prof. Evans has a Master’s degree in Information Systems Architecture and Design and a PhD in Knowledge Management. He is also the co-founder of the Knowah Research Lab on human knowledge sharing. His research focuses on organizational information and knowledge management, with a specific interest in knowledge continuity management (succession planning), knowledge sharing (affective, cognitive, social, and technological factors), trust, and tacit knowledge. Max teaches courses in management, information architecture, and community management (knowledge networks). Recently, he has also codeveloped a program focused on teaching professional skills to high school students.
Prof. Frissen has a Master’s degree in Cognitive Psychology and a PhD in Experimental Psychology. He is the co-founder of the Knowah Research Lab on human knowledge sharing. With Knowah his ambition is to build interdisciplinary bridges between the cognitive sciences and KM research. His research has focused on auditory, haptic, and multisensory cognition, which he now applies to understanding tacit and explicit knowledge sharing. One of his current research interests focuses on the nature of tacit knowledge, how it is acquired, and how it can be shared. Ilja teaches the School’s main research methods course and has developed a course exploring the human psychology of interacting with information,knowledge, and technology.