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His research has been funded by IBM, Ashland Oil, and the Kentucky Science and Engineering Foundation. Jay Palmisano is a doctoral degree candidate in the University of Kentucky’s Gatton College of Business and Economics. His research interests include virtual communities, knowledge management, and organizational issues that influence information system acquisition. His doctoral studies follow a 25-year career of consulting on environmental issues for industry and government, in which he managed the design and development of customized information systems used to manage environmental data and model environmental phenomena.

D. in Computer Science and Information Systems. His research interests include advisory systems, decision science, and database autonomics. Alex Bennet is co-founder of the Mountain Quest Institute, a research and retreat center nestled in the Allegheny Mountains focused on achieving growth and understanding through quests for knowledge, consciousness, and meaning. S. Department of the Navy, and Co-chair of the Federal Knowledge Management Working Group, she is internationally recognized as an expert in knowledge management and an agent for organizational change.

He did his B. Tech. in Civil Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Roorkee. His research interests include nonlinear statistics and extremes in earth sciences, and data mining and knowledge discovery for knowledge creation. edu/~skhan4/ Hsiangchu Lai is Professor of Information Management at National Sun Yat-Sen University in Taiwan, Republic of China. She received her doctorate from Purdue University, and has been a visiting scholar at the University of Texas, Austin and Concordia University.

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