Collaborative Tools: Building a Culture of Knowledge Sharing

Author(s)
Steve Borncamp
 
Date
2007
 
Source
 
Abstract
Part 3 of the "Collaborative Tools: Solutions for Improving Efficiency" conference in Bucharest, Romania held in March 2007. Steve Borncamp presents ideas, prior experiences, and recommendations on how to improve knowledge sharing in an organization and its critical importance in a competitive, globalized business environment. Mr. Borncamp has extensive business experience in strategy, operations, and technology consulting completing projects for leading multinational companies in media, financial services, health care, entertainment, communications, and other industries in the United States and the Central and Eastern European region. He worked previously with BearingPoint (the former KPMG Consulting), Turner Broadcasting and First Affirmative Financial Network - a pioneering firm in socially responsible investing. Mr. Borncamp studied Economics at the University of California, San Diego and received a masters degree in International Relations from Tufts University's Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.
 
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