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Dr. Art Murray Dr. Art Murray is CEO of Applied Knowledge Sciences, Inc., and First Fellow and Co- Director of the Enterprise of the Future program at the International Institute for Knowledge and Innovation.  Over his 30-year teaching and consulting career, he has helped hundreds of organizations transfer knowledge from senior experts to mid-level and incoming workforces.  He has personally advised government executives around the world in ministries of defense, law enforcement, higher education, public health and whole-of-government in making the transition to a knowledge-based economy.  He is a member of the advisory boards of numerous international corporations and non-profit organizations in the fields of science, integrative medicine and organizational learning.  He is a keynote speaker, a member of the Global Speakers Federation, an editorial board member and reviewer for scientific journals and trade publications, and writes the widely-read column “Future of the Future” which appears in KMWorld Magazine.  He holds a B.S.E.E. in Electrical Engineering from Lehigh University, and M.E.A. and Doctor of Science Degrees in Engineering Administration from The George Washington University.  He can be reached at amurray@aksciences.com, (540) 837-2969. For added insights into ways your organization can capture, share and apply critical knowledge, check out Art’s KMWorld Magazine column “The Future of the Future. Tom Beckman Tom Beckman is Principal Knowledge Architect with Applied Knowledge Sciences, Inc.  He brings thirty-five years experience in managing,  teaching and consulting in IT, business strategy, enterprise  architectures, and government streamlining and modernization.  He is  principal investigator for case-based reasoning systems development,  and lead developer for a new class of tutoring systems.  He is a  recognized thought leader and author in knowledge management,  competency management, and organizational learning.  He has  conducted graduate research at MIT’s Artificial Intelligence Lab, and has  served on the adjunct faculty at The George Washington University. Dr. Dan Holtshouse Dr. Holtshouse is a highly respected and sought-after thought leader in the areas of knowledge management and workspace design.  From his early years as a systems engineer on the Apollo program to serving ten years as Director of Corporate Strategy for the Xerox Corporation, Dan has always been at the forefront of innovation.  He was a key player in transforming Xerox’s brand to “The Document Company” and integrating knowledge management into the company’s overall strategy.  He now draws upon his depth of experience to serve as a mentor/advisor to startup companies and research projects.  Ken Wheaton Ken has over twenty years’ experience in helping public and private organizations organize and manage their critical information and knowledge resources.  His specialties include knowledge management, project management, business process improvement, A-3 problem-solving, Toyota Production System, talent management, change management, strategic planning, Six Sigma, ISO 9001, value stream mapping and other visualization techniques.  His many accomplishments include transforming a traditional corporate library into a center of excellence for enterprise knowledge-sharing, leading the formation of cross- functional teams, and designing and implementing award-winning SharePoint sites for knowledge sharing and collaboration.  He holds the master’s degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Wisconsin, and a B.S. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Western Michigan University.  more...
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