Speaking on Knowledge Asset Management at the Institute of Asset Management Conference, London 21st November 2017

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I am glad to be presenting a paper entitled ‘Knowledge Asset Management – Moving Forward’ at the Institute of Asset Management Conference, on 21st November 2017 in London.

Conference Programme details and speakers at:


The paper presents and discusses :

  • Brief History of Knowledge Asset Management
  • Knowledge Driven Organisations
  • Knowledge Asset Driven Standards

I am particularly interested in discussing the Global ISO 55000 series of Standards for Asset Management (published in 2014), the ISO 9001 Quality Management Standard (published in 2015 with a newly added Organisational Knowledge Clause) and the soon to be published ISO 30401 Knowledge Management Standard.

I would be glad to provide this IAM Conference paper and slides after the event on 21st November 2017, by request here:



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Ron Young

Ron Young is the founder of Knowledge Associates International, a knowledge management consulting and solutions group based at St Johns Innovation Centre, Cambridge U.K. He is acknowledged as a leading international expert and thought leader in strategic knowledge asset management and innovation.

He specializes in knowledge driven results for organizations. He advised and assisted the UK DTI Innovation Unit in 1999 in the production of the UK Government White Paper ‘UK Competitiveness in the Knowledge Driven Economy’.

He regularly provides keynote presentations and workshops at leading knowledge management & innovation conferences around the world. He has chaired for several years both the British Standards Institute (BSI) Knowledge Management Standards Committee and the European Knowledge Management Standards Committee. He is a visiting lecturer for international business administration and global knowledge economy programs. He runs regular Knowledge Asset Management master classes at King’s College Cambridge University, UK. He is a consultant for the World Bank, Washington, USA, and for the European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Brussels.

He is currently developing knowledge management strategies and systems, and advising and assisting major multi-national corporations, international UN agencies, National governments, military, security, and professional institutions around the world. He was a lead consultant for the European Commission 2 Million euro ‘Know-Net’ project.

He is joint author of the books ‘Knowledge Asset Management’ (Springer 2003), ‘Upside Down Management’ (McGraw Hill Europe 1996), Knowledge Management: Facilitators Guide (Asian Productivity Organization, Tokyo, 2009), Knowledge Management: Case Studies for SME’s (APO, Tokyo, 2009), Knowledge Management Tools and Techniques (APO, Tokyo, 2010), Knowledge Management for the Public Sector (APO, Tokyo 2013) and APO Demonstration Projects (APO Tokyo, 2014

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