13th Knowledge-based Innovation Awards wkf2011 l 2011.07.14

From 1999, Maeil Business Newspaper and Booz & Company supported knowledge management and discovered excellent practices in the field with ‘Knowledge-based Innovation Awards’. Joseph W. M. Kessels had interview with Maeil Business Newspaper that the core of knowledge management is passion management. After abandoning bureaucracy, the most important thing is to make the culture of organization to be more creative and let people use their knowledge passionately. From that culture, the invisible knowledge can be connected to the productivity of that organization. The Knowledge-based Innovation Awards is Korean version of annual Global Most Admired Knowledge Enterprises (MAKE) Award by Teleos. In 2011, the briefing session is held at June 30, and the award is going to be honored in early December.