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The multidisciplinary Symposium of Knowledge and Innovation Management (KIM), co-organized by the City & Landscape Group’s Research Department, Teheran, and the Knowledge and Innovation Management (KIM) Research Group at the University of Skövde, Sweden, is providing a platform for bringing together researchers, planners, managers, entrepreneurs and other interested people to discuss their recent developments in the areas of knowledge and innovation management.
2nd KIM Symposium 2018, Theran, Iran
1st KIM Symposium 2017, 8-9 January 2017, Tehran, Iran
Conference Theme: Making City Knowledgeable – The Enterprises for the Future
- Post-conference Workshops: (Day 2)
Open Innovation in SMEs: Why, how and when ?
Smart City Management
Scenario-Based Planning: Application in Urban Management
Socio-Spatial Aspects of Urban Planning
Creative Problem-Solving Strategy: Introduction to Some Techniques
New Approaches to Manage SMEs Architecture Businesses
Conference Streams: (Day 1)
The Future of Knowledge and Innovation Management Research
Enterprises of the Future: A Scenario-Based Approach to Assess Urban Development
Knowledge and Innovation Management and Environmental Issues
Knowledge-Based Smart City Development
Digitalization of Societies and Organizations
Knowledge and Innovation Management and Regional Planning
Knowledge and Innovation Management and Urban Management
Architectural Design for Tomorrow
Woman and Knowledge and Innovation Management
Conference Keynotes: (Day 1)
Open Innovation in SMEs: Why, how and when?
IT and knowledge management: what expertise to lead the change
Regional Resilience- Factors that Makes Regions Long-Term Viabl
Urban management and non-urban location / risk management / local and regional Governance
Knowledge management: a long term perspective approach based on regional know-how and European experience
Post-conference Doctoral Colloquium (day 2)