Sunday, 27 October 2013

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Sunday, 27
th

October 2013

09h00


12h30


(Programme
outline to
follow)

WORKSHOP

"Online Learning Modules on Knowledge Economics."



Facilitator
:

Lynn Illon


Costs

No additional cost to all registered and paid up ICKE 2013 delegates

R2000 to those
who are not registered ICKE 2013 delegates

12h30


13h30

LUNCH

13h30


17h00


(Programme
outline to
follow)

WORKSHOP

A Leaders Guide to Knowledge Management: Drawing on the Past to Enhance
Future Performance


Facilitators:

John P Girard, Associate Prof
essor, Minot State University

JoAnn L Girard, Co
-
founder and Managing Partner, Sagology


Costs:

No additional cost to all registered and paid up ICKE 2013 delegates

R2000 to those who are not registered ICKE 2013 delegates




Monday, 28
h

October 2013

0
8h00


09h00

Registration

09h00


09h15

Overview of the Conference: Conference Chairperson

Nolwazi Mbananga

09h15


09h30

Welcome to the Province

Dr Mzwandile Plaatjie
, National Legislature, South Africa

09h30


10h30

Plenary 1

Noha Abed, Egypt



TOPIC:

Knowledge management the key for effective sustainable development in the Arab
Region


10h30


11h00

Tea/Coffee

11h00


12h00

Plenary 2

Velaphi Msimang, South Africa



TOPIC:
Harnessing Efforts in order to Realise the Promise of Abundant Wealth Creation

brought about by Knowledge Economy and how this Translates to Job Creation.

12h00


12h30

M
-
PESA: Mobile Technology for Knowledge Economy in Kenya.
A Mwangi

12h30


13h00

Implementation of Enterprise Content Management Systems in the Green Economy.
B N
odada & P Conradie

13h00


14h00

Lunch

14h00


15h00

Plenary 3

Lynn Ilon, South Korea



TO
PIC:
Does Knowledge Economics Address Learning Challenges Problems in Poor
Countries?

15h00


15h3
0

Tea/Coffee

15h30


16h30

Plenary 4

Francis Neuman, South Afri
ca



TOPIC:
Knowledge Management in support of inclusive development in Africa, the economics

16h30


17h00

Institutionalisation of KM as a tool to drive Innovation and Economic Development in
Kenya.
D Cheruiyot, A Mwangi & F Were


17h00


17h30

[POSTER]

The Media as a tool for Knowledge Management in Development.

S Adamu & B Magaji

18h30

Welcome Cocktails



Tuesday, 29 October 2013

09h00


10h00

Plenary 5

Luke Naismith, UAE



TOPIC:
The Transformational Future of Knowledge Economies

10h00


10h30

Social Intelligence Reporting: An Innovative Model of Accountability in Kenya.
F
Were, D Cheruiyot & A Mwangi

10h30


11h00

Who owns South Africa: Can ECM Systems and related Technologies help the
Government answer this critical question?
B Nodada & P C
onradie

11h00


11h30

Tea/Coffee

11h30


12h00

Restoration, Preservation, and dissemination of the Histroy, Heritage and Culture of
an Ancient African Tribe using Enterprise Content Management Systems: A case
study of the Amahlubi Nation.
B Nodada & P Co
nradie

12h00


12h30

Harnessing Indigenous Knowledge for Sustained Creative Industry Development: A
case study of Nairobi Metropolitan Region.
K Muoki

12h30


13h30

Lunch

13h30


14h30

Plenary 6

John Girard, Canada



TOPIC:
Who Knows, Wins

14h30


15h0
0

Documenting and Mapping Key Business Processes: A Knowledge Management
Approach.
M Leta

15h00


15h30

Protecting, preserving and promoting the indigenous knowledge of South African
communities through the National Recordal System initiative: a case stud
y of the
Bakgatla
-
Ba
-
Kgafela community of the Moruleng village, North West.
K Aphane

15h30


16h00

Tea/Coffee

16h00


16h30

Towards developing a scholarly communication Knowledge transfer framework for
social media: the case of Twitter
C Bitso

16h30


18h00

SANCIKMKE Panel

Facilitator: Nolwazi Mbananga

Topic:
Repackaging Educational Content into Animations and Virtual Laboratories
towards Digital Education

19h30

Gala Dinner




Wednesday, 30 October 2013

08h30


09h30

Plenary 7


Ron Young, UK



TOPI
C: Achieving Knowledge Driven Results


09h30


10h00

Knowledge Management In Nigerian Universities: Challenges and Opportunites.
B
Magaji

10h00


10h30

Learning 2.0 in Knowledge Society : A case study of a pilot project in Zambia
. J Kim
& L Illon

10h3
0


11h00

Nature of Illness According to Indigenous Philosophical Psychology
K Mhlekude

11h00


11h30

Tea/Coffee

11h30


12h30

Plenary 8

Geoff Turner, Cyprus


TOPIC: The Importance of Key Performance Indicators in Evaluating Knowledge
Management Perfor
mance.


12h30


13h00

Reflections on the Conference

Closing:
Nolwazi Mbananga

13h00


14h00

Lunch