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The Global Knowledge Primer - brought to you by ENTOVATION® International

 

This Primer is a compilation of articles that have appeared in our monthly newsletter - I3 Update/ENTOVATION News and/or have been produced by members of the ENTOVATION Network. In an attempt to make the material as convenient as possible, some articles (*) appear in more than one section because of their relevance to several sections.

I.

Overview
  1.0 Preface
  1.1 Welcome and Introduction
  1.2 Knowledge Innovation
II. The Entovation Network

2.0

Virtual CKO - Leading through Strategic Conversations * (2000)
2.1 The ENTOVATION Timeline (1996)
2.2 The Global Knowledge Leadership Map (1999)
2.3 Entovation Stories: The Network in 24-hours of Innovation Dialogue * (2000)
2.4 It's Innovation Stupid (2001)
2.5 Seeds of Collaborative Advantage - Austin (2002)
2.6 E100 Perspectives and WEF Year of Trust (2003)
2.7 Bretton Woods for the Knowledge Economy (2003)
III. Focus on The Knowledge Value Proposition

3.0

Power of Innovation Capital - Leveraging Collaborative Advantage (2000)
3.1 Economics
3.1.1 Conference on Intangibles - Innovation on Performance Making (2000)
3.1.2 Where Intangibles Meet Innovation: Report on New Publications (2001)
3.1.3 The Intellectual Capital (IC) of Nations * (2001)
3.1.4 The Intangibles of Competition and Cooperation - Europe and Asia (2001)
3.1.5 WIPO: IP as a Tool for Sustainability * (2002)
3.1.6 Meeting of the IC Minds * (2002)
3.2 Behavior
3.2.1 7 C’s of Knowledge Leadership: Innovating our Future (short version) (1999)
3.2.2 7 C’s of Knowledge Leadership: Innovating our Future (full version) (1999)
3.2.3 The Knowledge Profession Comes of Age (1997)
3.2.4 Banff Knowledge Leadership - Concepts into Practice * (2000)
3.2.5 Knowledge Leaders and Laggards (1997)
3.2.6 Dawn of a new era
3.3 Technology
3.3.1 Decade of Perspective - A Vision for the Technology Transfer Profession * (1996)
3.3.2 OnLine Collaboration * (1998)
3.3.3 Technology Horizon Map * (1997)
3.3.4 Market Creation and the New Economy (2001)
3.3.5 E-Knowledge Markets Consortium
3.3.6 Knowledge Markets: Do They Have A Future?
 
IV. Knowledge and Innovation Trends
4.0  Millennium Innovation: Born out of Practice (2000)
4.1 The Trapeze Parable (2000)
4.2 Momentum of Knowledge Management - available in multiple languages (1996)
4.3 Global Momentum of Knowledge Strategy - available in multiple languages (1999)
4.4 Trends in the Knowledge Economy (1997)
4.5 Atlas of Knowledge Innovation: Beyond Business Planning * (2000)
4.6 The Entovation 100 - Worldwide Knowledge Leadership * (2000)
4.7  The Innovation Superhighway * (2001)
4.8 Blossoming with the Knowledge Agenda * (1999)
4.9 Interview with Debra Amidon (2000)
4.10  Collaborating for Innovation * (1998)
4.11 MIT - Alumni Knowledge * (1998)
4.12 Knowledge Millennium Generation (2000)
4.13 Blueprint for the 21st Century Innovation * (1998) 
4.14 Power of Innovation Capital (2000) 
4.15 Principles of Homeland Security (2001) 
4.16 WIPO: IP as a Tool for Sustainability * (2002)
4.17 KnowledgeBoard Workshop on Transparency (2003) 
4.18 Toward an Innovation SuperHighway: KM Magazine (2002) (pdf)
4.19 Globalization: A Local Culture Threat/Opportunity (2003) 
4.20 Knowledge Globalization is not all that Bad (2003) 
4.21 Evolving Innovation Infrastructures (2003) 
4.22 Risk Management and KM Interview (2003) 
4.23 Get In The Zone - Debra Amidon and Bryan Elliot Davis' Article in Knowledge Management Magazine, Vol. 8, Issue 2 (2004)
4.24 Knowledge Innovation – PRISM(1993)
4.25 Get Knowledge Innovation® System: The Common Language (1993)
4.26 The Triple Knowledge Lens (2006)
4.27 Knowledge Recipe for Creating Knowledge Innovation Zones (2006)
4.28 Knowledge Innovation Zone Declaration (2006)

V.

Enterprise Functions
5.0 The Emerging Community of Knowledge Practice (1997)
5.1 Finance
5.1.1 Collaborating for Innovation * (1998)
5.1.2 Giving words to Intellectual Capital * (1999)
5.1.3 Finance Community - Heads Down (Up?) * (1998)
5.1.4 Economics of Intangible Value * (1998)
5.1.5 Slovenia Meeting of the IC Minds * (2002)
5.2 Human Resources
5.2.1 Developing T-Shaped Professionals * (1999)
5.2.2 PDVSA - Foro Internacional Gerencia del Conocimiento * (2000)
5.2.3
5.3 Quality
5.3.1 Interview with Benchmarking Clearinghouse (1998)
5.4 Facilities

5.4.0

Meeting Space Matters * (2000)
5.5 R&D/Technology Transfer
5.5.1 The IRI Steps up to the Knowledge Plate -Bringing a Constituency up to Speed * (2000)
5.5.2 Managing the Knowledge Assets into the 21st Century (1987)
5.5.3 The OZ Network - DuPont * (1998)
5.5.4 Decade of Perspective - A Vision for the Technology Transfer Profession * (1996)
5.5.5 The Challenge of 5th Generation R&D (1996)
5.5.7 The Chaos of Innovation Management (1992)
5.5.8 The Collective Challenge: Optimizing the Technology Alliance (1987)
5.5.9 Global Innovation Strategy: Creating Value Added’ – MIT Thesis (1989)
5.5.10 ‘Managing the Knowledge Assets into the 21st Century’ – Roundtable Full Proceedings (1987)
5.6 Manufacturing
  5.6.1 Manufacturing - Conversion to Knowledge Factories * (2001)
5.6.2 Next Generation Manufacturing Project - Innovation Management Overview (1997)
5.6.3 CAM-I Case Study (1999)
5.7 Marketing/Strategic Planning
5.7.0  Atlas: Beyond Strategic Planning (short version)
5.7.1 Atlas: Beyond Strategic Planning (long version)
5.7.2 Dawn of a new era
5.8  Sales/Service
5.8.1 Customers: A New Twist on Knowledge (1996)
5.8.2 Customer Knowledge is not Knowledge of the Customer * (1998)
5.8.3 Customer Innovation - A function of Knowledge (1997)
5.8.4 Profiles of Customer Innovation (1997)
5.9 Alliances/Joint Ventures

5.9.1

Alliance Atlantis: Broadcasting Knowledge Leadership (2000)
5.10 Technology

5.10.1

Innovation Infrastructures * (2002)
5.11 Engineering

5.11.1

Engineering Student Interview - France (2002)
VI Focus on Enterprises
6.0 Innovation: What every CEO should know (1997)
6.1 The OZ Network - DuPont * (1998)
6.2 Large-Scale Enterprise - Motorola * (1998)
6.3 PDVSA - Foro Internacional Gerencia del Conocimiento * (2000)
6.4 MIT - Alumni Knowledge * (1998)
6.5 Alliance Atlantis: Broadcasting Knowledge Leadership (2000s)
6.6 Finance Community - Heads Down (Up?) (1998)
6.7 Customer Knowledge is not Knowledge of the Customer * (1998)
6.8 Digital: Origins of a Knowledge-Based Firm (1991)
VII Focus on the World
7.1 International organizations
7.1.1 The Intellectual Capital (IC) of Nations * (2001)
7.1.2 Entovation Stories: The Network in 24-hours of Innovation Dialogue * (2000)
7.1.3 The IRI Steps up to the Knowledge Plate - Bringing a Constituency up to Speed * (2000)
7.1.4 Knowledge for Development - The World Bank (1998)
7.1.5 Building Knowledge Societies (2001)
7.1.6 WIPO: IP as a Tool for Sustainability * (2002)
7.1.7 WEF - 2003 Year of Trust * (2003)
7.2 Europe
7.2.1 Europe - Knowledge Management and The European Union (1997)
7.2.2 Europe - Innovation Action (1998)
7.2.3 OnLine Collaboration * (1998)
7.2.4 Austria - The sound of ALPBACH - Austria Defining Their Future (2000)
7.2.5 Finland - Search for Knowledge Standards (1998)
7.2.6 France - History and Vision (1998)
7.2.7 Germany - Blossoming with the Knowledge Agenda * (1999)
7.2.8 Israel - KIA OnLine (1999)
7.2.9 Spain - How quickly can a nation come up to speed (1999)
7.2.10 Sweden - Meeting Space Matters (1999)
7.2.11 Sweden - Giving words to Intellectual Capital (1999)
7.2.12 The Netherlands - Setting the Knowledge Pace (1999)
7.2.13 UK - Building the Knowledge-Driven Economy (1998)
7.2.14 Isreal - Interview for the NIM-Cube Project * (2000)
7.2.15 Spain - One Innovation Voice: Basque Region (2000)
7.2.16 Poland - Decade of Knowledge Strategy: KM Study (2002)
7.2.17 Slovenia - Meeting of the IC Minds * (2002)
7.2.18 Finland - Conference (2002)
7.2.19 Finland - Bretton Woods of the Knowledge Economy * (2002)
7.2.20 Dawn of a new era
7.3 Latin America
7.3.1 PDVSA - Foro Internacional Gerencia del Conocimiento * (2000)
7.3.2 Latin America - Kindred Spirits (1997)
7.3.3 Brazil - Developing T-Shaped Professionals * (1999)
7.3.4 Brazil - Latin America - Insights * (1998)
7.3.5 Paraguay - A Perspective On Innovation (1998)
7.3.6 Peru - Latin America - Insights * (1998)
7.3.7 Venezuela - Latin America - Insights * (1998)
7.3.8 Colombia - A Nation in Swift Innovation Motion (2002)
7.3.9 Venezuela - PDVSA 4th International Knowledge Conference (2002)
7.3.10 Monterrey - LA Forum: Knowledge Cities, Regions, World (2003)
7.4 Asia
7.4.1 China - A Message to China (1998)
7.4.2 China - Accepting the Knowledge Challenge (1998)
7.4.3 China - Technology Horizon Map * (2000)
7.4.4 Japan - The Knowledge Sun Rising in Japan - Recruit Company Illuminating the Way (2000)
7.4.5 Singapore - Its Innovation Stupid * (2000)
7.4.6 Malaysia - Building a Knowledge Society * (2000)
7.4.7 Singapore - The Innovation Nation (2001)
7.5 North America
7.5.1 Canada - The Knowledge Agenda Taking Root in Ottawa (1998)
7.5.2 Canada - Banff Knowledge Leadership - Concepts into Practice * (2000)
7.5.3 USA - Large-Scale Enterprise - Motorola * (1998)
7.5.4 The OZ Network - Dupont (1998)
7.5.5 IRI Steps Up to the Knowledge Plate (2000)
7.5.6 Canada - Vision for International Research
7.5.7 USA - NY E100 Roundtable - Building Collaborative Advantage (2002)
7.5.6 USA - Austin on the Innovation SuperHighway * (2002)
7.6 Other Countries
7.6.1 Russia - Problems and Promises as a Knowledge Economy (2001)
7.6.2 Australia - Desert Knowledge Australia: Sustainability, Harmony and Wealth-Creation (2002)
VIII Focus on ENTOVATION
8.0 Entovation Lotus Logo (1993)
8.1 ENTOVATION Publications
8.1.1 State of the Art - The Ken Awakening (1997)
8.1.2 State of the Art - The Ken Awakening (1997)
8.1.3 State of the Art - Study Guide for Ken Awakening (1999)
8.1.4 State of the Practice - Creating the Knowledge-Based Business (1997)
8.1.5 State of the Future - Collaborating for Innovation * (1998)
8.1.6 Architectural Primer (2001)
8.1.7 The Global Knowledge Primer (2001)
8.1.8 The Innovation SuperHighway (2003)
8.1.9 I3 Update/ENTOVATION News (1993-2003)
8.2 The ENTOVATION Products/Services
8.2.1 Knowledge Innovation Assessment (1999) 
8.2.2 5 Interactive Practicums (2000)
8.2.3 Tour de Knowledge Monde Heard Round the Globe (1998)
8.2.4 Knowledge Entertainment (1999)
8.2.5 Knowledge Profession *(1998)
8.2.6 Assessment of Knowledge Innovation Software
8.2.6 ENTOVATION Fellows
  8.3 Global Knowledge Innovation Infrastructure (GKII)
8.3.1 GKII - Vision takes Shape (1998)
8.3.2 Creating the World Trade of Ideas (2000)
8.3.3 Blueprint for the 21st Century Innovation * (1998)
8.3.4 GKII Website
8.3.5 EN2Polis – International Knowledge City of the Future (2003)
  8.4 Awards
8.4.1 Ken Practioner - Admiral Bobby Inman (2002)
8.4.1 Ken Practitioner - Dr. Tom Malone (2003)
  8.5 Events
8.5.1 Amidon Events
8.5.2 New York, NY - E100 Roundtable (2002)
8.5.3 Helsinki, Finland - E100 Roundtable
8.5.4 Monterrey, Mexico - E100 Roundtable (1998)
  8.6 ENTOVATION Group/Alliance
8.6.1 Members
  8.7 Press Announcements
8.7.1 ENTOVATION Press Room
 
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