director of British Oxygen's computer services business in Europe,
Dr. Alan Burton-Jones heads an international management consultancy
practice headquartered in Australia.
He has consulted to major organisations in both public and private
sectors in Asia, Australia, the UK and USA on strategies for IT-Business
integration, organizational development and change management, strategic
sourcing, performance management, workforce diversity, knowledge
management and top team effectiveness.
He regularly conducts executive training seminars and workshops
in Australia, Asia and UK and has delivered specially tailored courses
and seminars for the Australian Public Service Commision, UK Institute
of Directors (IOD), UK Chartered Institute of Management Accountants,
US-based Conference Board and the Asia Productivity Organization.
Alan Burton-Jones' writings have been published in leading academic
and business journals.He is co-editor of the Oxford Handbook of
Human Capital (Oxford University Press 2011), a landmark work on
human capital in organizations, and author of Knowledge Capitalism:
Business Work and Learning in the New Economy (Oxford University
Press, 1999, 2001, 2005), (Nikkei 2002)
He contributed to the development of the Australian Federal Government
report on the knowledge-based economy in APEC countries (DISR 2000),the
Australian national KM Framework published by Standards Australia
and created and led the Asia-Pacific Learning and Knowledge Management
Council (pan-Pacific industry group).
He is a senior adjunct faculty member of the University of New
South Wales (Australian Graduate School of Management) and Griffith
University (School of Employment and Human Relations) and a visiting
Assistant Professor at Bond University (School of Business).
His professional and academic specializations include managing human
and intellectual capital; strategic and international HR; IT-business
integration; innovation and change management and global business
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