The digital future will require numerous new technology solutions across all industries, as well as all departments of both private and public sector organizations. The 2014 Symposium of T-Systems Hungary is going to provide technology answers to several digital challenges, across 12 sections, as follows:
Meet us at the Budapest Congress Center, tomorrow, the 12th of November, and let's have a chat about the digital future and the role of knowledge management.
According to the International Energy Agency, energy security has many aspects: long-term energy security mainly deals with timely investments to supply energy in line with economic developments and environmental needs. On the other hand, short-term energy security focuses on the ability of the energy system to react promptly to sudden changes in the supply-demand balance.
Each aspect of energy security involves a deep understanding of the complex energy environment that requires efficient knowledge management. Meet us at the 'Security in the Energy Supply' conference of Napi Gazdaság, on the 11th of November, and let's discuss how could we support you.
Read more at http://www.napigazdasag.hu/konferenciak/12/
A collaborative knowledge management system could overcome the constraint that “the content in the system is only as good as the people’s ability to use it” – in other words the knowledge is not meaningful without an understanding of the nuance behind it, according to a recent research of INSEAD Professors.
Executives’ working lives are busier than ever and asking them to contextualise the knowledge that they share through the knowledge management system can prove to be a challenge, but knowledge driven online networking could provide an obvious solution.
Read more at http://knowledge.insead.edu/organisational-behaviour/the-power-of-knowle...
Our recent article focusing on the role of corporate knowledge within innovation management and innovation strategies has just been published by the prestigious academic journal Vezetéstudomány / Budapest Management Review.
Vezetéstudomány / Budapest Management Review is Hungary's leading periodical in the management sciences, edited by the Corvinus School of Management. Our article is also available in the EBSCO Academic Search Complete database and ISI Emerging Markets collection, as well.
Sára Zoltán, Csedő Zoltán, Fejes József, Tóth Tamás, Pörzse Gábor: Innovációmenedzsment és innovációs stratégiák – a vállalati tudás szerepe az innovációs folyamatokban, VEZETÉSTUDOMÁNY / BUDAPEST MANAGEMENT REVIEW 45:(10) pp. 42-48. (2014)
The innovativeness and excellence of our knowledge management services are also due to our strong scientific background.
Come along to the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, on the 7th of November 2014, and meet us at the conference with the title 'Research Shaping the Future of Industries'. It would be a great pleasure to discuss with you, as well, research driven knowledge strategies, along with such outstanding speakers, as Gábor Bojár (Graphisoft), Peter Drent (Nikon), Péter Frank (Knorr-Bremse), István László Hamvas (MVM Paks Nuclear Power Plant), Imre Szentpéteri (Egis).