Niall Sinclair
Director for Knowledge Management
Initatives at the IKI-SEA
Bangkok University



Niall Sinclair is the Director for Knowledge Management initiatives at the Institute for Knowledge and Innovation South-East Asia (IKI-SEA) hosted at Bangkok University.

He is the author of the knowledge management best-seller, ‘Stealth KM’ and is also the author of numerous papers and articles on Knowledge Management and Information Management, and has been published in many journals and magazines around the world, including: VINE Journal; CIO Magazine (USA); Knowledge Management; KM Review; Information Highways; KM World; CIO: Government’s Review; Records Management Journal; Canadian Government Executive; The Lac Carling Review; and many others.

He is a regular contributor to the Business Section of ‘the Nation’ newspaper in Thailand, and has a monthly column (“Knowledge Matters”) in the Business Section of the ‘Bangkok Post.’ He is also an Associate Editor of the VINE journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems in the UK, and was recently guest Editor of a VINE Special Issue on Web 2.0 and KM. He has worked with many leading organizations, including: NASA, the General Services Administration (USA), the Pan-American Health Organization, the Bank of Montreal, Bell Canada, the Public Health Agency of Canada, and numerous other public and private sector organizations in Canada and around the world, to provide expertise and guidance in the fields of Knowledge Management and Information Management.

He is the Director of Public Domain KM Initiatives at the Institute for Knowledge and Innovation of the George Washington University in Washington, and until recently he was the Director of Knowledge Management and Information Management initiatives at Public Works and Government Services Canada. Prior to that appointment he was the Information Management (IM) lead for the Canadian Government. As Director of IM at the Treasury Board Secretariat of Canada, he was responsible for establishing an Information Management framework for the Canadian government, especially in regards to the delivery of key initiatives such as Government On-Line. While at the Treasury Board he implemented Government IM standards for metadata and controlled vocabulary. He also created an annual IM day for the Canadian Government which brought together federal and provincial departments and agencies, as well as private sector organizations, to showcase IM and KM projects and initiative

He has lectured and presented on Knowledge Management and Information Management throughout Europe, Asia and North America. He is also a member of the advisory board for the Queens University research center for knowledge-based enterprises in Kingston, and is part of the adjunct-faculty of the George Washington University in Washington.





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