3. September 2015
The Origins of Information and Intelligence

Associate Prof. Dr. Martin Stenberg

Martin Stenberg asks, „What is information?” and “How can we create, exploit and share it?“ He explores the origins of information and intelligence – and suggests a stunning new vision of a learning organization. The understanding of knowledge as a strategic resource is one of the most important issues for a corporation. In the end of 20th century, the use of knowledge in the Networking Society and its economic significance were widely explored (Bell 1973; Porter 1991; Webster 1995; Castells 1996). Nowadays, we are faced with managerial, organizational, and strategic challenges of knowledge management (Crossan et al. 1999; Nonaka et al. 2000; Porter & Millar 2008). That’s also deeply related to learning, multidimensional information, big data, digitalization, smart machines and intelligence. And so the following questions arise: Where can relevant information be found within the organization and how to create and transform it into valuable knowledge assets? – And how are they integrated into the dimensions of intangible intelligence (Sveiby 1997; Lönnqvist 2004; Stenberg 2012)?

Martin Stenberg

Associate Prof. Dr. Martin Stenberg, Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences, Finnland, answers these questions and more as he takes us on an amazing journey of discovering valuable information currently hidden within our organizations. 


3. September 2015
18.30 Uhr
Cafeteria der Bibliothek, FH Vorarlberg