Karl Wiig focuses on management of knowledge at the organizational level.
He has authored four books and over 40 articles on knowledge management,
is co-founder of the International Knowledge Management Network, and has
served as keynote speaker on six continents. He works extensively with
client organizations in building internal knowledge management capabilities
by focusing on business-related issues with senior management; tactical
approaches and solutions with middle management; and hands-on methods
and techniques with professional knowledge practitioners. Mr. Wiig holds
undergraduate and graduate degrees from Case Institute of Technology,
was Director of Applied Artificial Intelligence and of Systems and Policy
Analysis at Arthur D. Little, Inc., and served as a management consulting
partner with Coopers & Lybrand. He is listed in Who's Who in the World,
Who's Who in America and other reference works.
|Elisabeth Wiig focuses on analyzing the language, learning, and communication status of individuals, and creating effective intervention strategies for the acquisition and use of knowledge. While her particular emphasis is children and adolescents, she also addresses the needs of adults. She has authored six texts, five psychoeducational tests, and ten intervention programs -- all used throughout the world. She has also published over 60 research articles and is a regular keynote speaker and presenter at national and international conferences. Dr. Wiig holds a Ph.D. from Case-Western University and was professor and department chair at Boston University for 17 years. Earlier she directed the Residential Aphasia Program at the University of Michigan. She is listed in Who's Who in the World, Who's Who in America and other reference works.|
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