Pictures from the SLA Conference
SLA Talk – Can you keep a secret…
I enjoyed presenting at the SLA Meeting! Great people, very interesting questions, and overall a fun event! My talk was based on my recent book, Managing Knowledge Security (Kogan Page, 2007). There is already a blog entry about the talk , see – Infotoday http://www.infotodayblog.com/2008/06/18/can-you-keep-a-secret/ For those that attended the talk, please do share your […]
The Information School, University of Washington – 2008 – Convocation
Seattle Innovation Symposium
Just got done with chairing a panel at the Seattle Innovation Symposium…The panel had representatives from Microsoft and examined the question – does organizational size matter for innovation? Overall, a highly engaging and fruitful discussion! Thanks to Prof. Eric K. Clemons (Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania) for taking these pictures.
Influences of IT Substitutes and User Experience on Post-Adoption User Switching – of the American Society for Information Science and Technology
I have a new paper accepted for publication in the Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (JASIST). JASIST is the flagship scholarly journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T). The paper, Influences of IT Substitutes and User Experience on Post-Adoption User Switching: An Empirical Investigation, is co-authored […]
Pictures from Port Townsend, Washington…
Busy 2 Weeks of Speaking Engagements….
During the next 2 weeks, I will be giving several talks and presentations. Here are a few: 1. [June 9-11]: I will be chairing a panel discussion on innovation at the 2008 Seattle Innovation Symposium (June 9-11) at the University of Washington. The panel will debate a simple, yet critical, question – Does size matter […]
A New Work Force Wave: Managing Millennials (See beyond the stereotypes of the ‘Me Generation’ to harness creativity)
I was recently interviewed for an article on innovation by Colin Simpson of the Bellingham Business Journal. To retrieve the article, please click here [LINK]. As I continue to study innovation practices in high-technology organizations, I continue to be amazed by the innovative capacities of the ‘Me Generation’….