[E100 Alert] Welcome some NEW E100!
The network continues to grow in
substance and scope...
There are 6 new additions to our
Global Knowledge Leadership Map - http://www.entovation.com/kleadmap/index.htm.
Take a look at their capabilities and aspirations to see how they
dovetail with your own.
David Wortley (Leicester, UK) is the Project Manager for the NTI
Creative Industries Centre for Knowledge Exchange, De Montfort
University. He is well-known for his multi-media savvy with
international forums using computer, telephone and radio
broadcasting. His most recent topical themes include role of
interactive GIS mapping and creative ICT for sustainable
http://www.communityzero.com/ntike. Visit his bio -
http://www.hcln.net/Papers/djwbio.htm to discover the depth of
his main areas of interest, which include community media,
telecentres, learning networks, virtual conferencing, SME
development, social enterprise, innovation, e-learning and KM.
The man behind the highly acclaimed Henley College KM Program, Dr.
Edward Truch (UK) has recently launched a new initiative – the
Center for Innovation and Information Technology (CIIT) at
Lancaster University. As an entrepreneur, he is founding Director
of KnowledgePartners -
http://www.knowledge-partners.com/ - an enterprise dedicated
to connecting clients, marketing and intelligence in novel ways.
An architect of the UK National Grid for Learning -
he’s published numerous articles and two books "Knowledge
Orientation in Organizations" and "Leveraging Corporate
Knowledge". Roots of his experiences in Poland and the Middle East
make him a modern Renaissance man.
Sylviane Toporkoff (Paris, France) is
Partner, ITEMS International -
international consulting firm based in
Paris, dedicated to delivering Information & Communication
Technology (ICT) strategies. She has also served as
The Global Forum, which for the several years has set the standard
for an influential dialogue on the Broad Convergence for Services
& Applications for Businesses & Communities in a Knowledge-based
Society. Take a look at the program for 2005 held in Belgium -
http://www.items.fr/globalforum.php3?id_rubrique=75. She has
written a number of books, founded
Amnesty International in
France, and participated in a number of international think-tank
circles, including the Club of Rome.
head of the Business Centre, at the prestigious University of
Tartu (Estonia), Dr. Tõnis Mets has been responsible for the
administration support for the production of the E100 Readings
tri-volume series on Knowledge Economics. An entrepreneur with his
ALO OŰ, he is also professor at
University (Tallin). Witness to the ‘Singing Revolution’ in 1989,
he is co-founder and former chairman of the Association of
Estonian Business Consultants -
http://www.ngonet.ee/db/ngo?rec=00725 - and has been engaged
in the EU PHARE-programme. With degrees from Tallin Technical
University and St. Petersburg Agricultural University, he is the
author of 15 inventions from the early 1980’s.
(Athens, Greece), Marketing Director for YUASEC (an NGO for youth
research and entrepreneurship promotion) -
http://www.yuasec.org/index.php?id=10 - is a recent graduate
of Business Administration at Athens University of Economics and
Business. She has won three awards in national managerial student
competitions and has participated in a number of national and
international conferences of EU, AIESEC and AEGEE. She is an
active member/volunteer in AIESEC, dedicated in global
communication and integration. In 2005, with an international team
of students, she initiated a personal development business venture
in Singapore. She served as an Olympic and Paralympic volunteer in
the Games of Athens 2004. Having traveled extensively through
she is also fluent in English and German and has basic knowledge
Kendra M. Barthel
up in the field – learning form the phone conversations, visits
with global knowledge and innovation experts, and providing the
administrative and moral support required to keep our E100 Network
thriving. Kendra M. Barthel, a junior at California Polytechnic
University (San Luis Obispo, CA USA) –
www.calpoly.edu - was most influenced by Dr. George Kozmetsky
from whom she witnessed how he devoted his life to the
actualization of the dreams of others. “The love and wisdom
with which he lived his life have left an imprint on the hearts of
many and the KM field for all of eternity. In my mind, anyone who
has taken an idea or dream and applied all of their passion and
hard work in an attempt to make it a reality has the potential to
be remarkable and influential.” As our 1st Junior
E100, she’s destined to leave her own mark.
Please join me in welcoming these talented people to the ENTOVATION
Debra M. Amidon
Founder and CEO
ENTOVATION International Ltd.
2 Reading Avenue, Suite 300
Wilmington, MA 01887 USA
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