ECKM Awards – Press Release

KMCOMP-Font cover onlyWith the continuous developments in our economic, social and political environments, together with the availability of new technological improvements which facilitate a higher level of efficiency, effectiveness and competitiveness the application of Knowledge Management (KM) and Intellectual Capital (IC) has never been more important. In response to this a competition to find creative and innovative applications of KM and IC techniques and concepts is being hosted by the University of Ulster. The entrants to this competition came from 17 countries and have been shortlisted down to 10 finalists. These 10 finalists will present their cases to be considered as the most innovative application of KM or IC during the 17th European Conference on Knowledge Management which is being held in Belfast on 1-2 September 2016. The group of 10 finalists come from Belgium, Brazil, China, Germany, Netherlands, South Africa and the United Kingdom. Topics which have been addressed by the entrants include:
  • Dynamic data drive knowledge maps
  • Time critical knowledge capture
  • Knowledge acquisition and modelling processes Facility management with semantic technologies and augmented reality
A book of case histories of the applications of KM and IC techniques and concepts presented by the finalists for the competition has been produced and is on sale at £25. Those interested in the book or attending the competition finalists’ presentations should contact