Loading content ...

US: +1 347 223 5128

UK: +44 (0)20 3744 5675

Our professional consultants are ready to guide you

Informative and inspirational speeches on knowledge and learning

LPrusak_NewSite

Larry Prusak

travels from USA

Researcher, consultant, author and founder and director of the Institute of Knowledge management

Request fees and availability
Non-binding request for Larry Prusak

Send a simple request. You’ll get a quick reply with fees and availability

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
About icon

About Larry

Lecture icon

Keynote

Interviews icon

Articles

Request fees and availability
Our keynote speaker Larry Prusak, founder and director of the Institute of Knowledge management, is currently on the faculty of Columbia University. He has been widely quoted and has published several innovative and influential books. As well as given over 250 major speeches on knowledge and learning.

The researcher and consultant, Larry Prusak, was the founder and director of the Institute of Knowledge Management. This was a global group of member organizations focusing on advancing the practice of knowledge management through action research.

For the past twenty five years, Larry has been studying knowledge and learning in organizations. He has extensive experience in helping organizations manage their information and knowledge resources, both within the U.S. and internationally. He has worked with several U.S. and overseas government agencies and NGO’s, as well as having taught and lectured in many universities.  He is currently on the faculty of Columbia University teaching in their Information and Knowledge Strategy Program. In addition he has been the visiting scholar at Marshall School of Business. Additionally, he is the senior advisor at World Bank, NASA, and McKinsey and CO.

He has received several rewards and honors throughout his career, such as being voted one of ten most admired leaders at Knowledge Leaders in the World, Telos, 2000 . He was also honored as a Simmons College Distinguished Alumni Award, 2001 as well as an honorary Ph.D. in Information Science from Long Island University, 2003.

As a noted authority in his field, Larry has lectured and been published widely. His most recent book publications include co-editing Knowledge Management and Organizational Learning (Oxford University Press, 2005), and co-authoring Storytelling in Organizations (Elsevier, 2004).

His publications also include: What’s the Big Idea(Harvard Business School Press, 2003), co-authored with Tom Davenport, Creating Value with Knowledge(Oxford University Press, 2003), co-edited with Eric Lesser, and In Good Company: How Social Capital Makes Organizations Work (Harvard Business School Press, 2001), co-authored with Don Cohen. This was voted one of the ten best business books of the year by Harvard Business Review, 2003

See keynotes with Larry Prusak

    Speaker Larry Prusak Keynote Topics

    • Knowledge and learning
    • New knowledge economy
    • Knowledge networks
    • Social capital
    • Networks and collaboration
10.14.2014

Interview with Larry Prusak

What is the message you hope people take away from your presentations?
The world has undergone a truly spectacular shift in how wealth and value is produce, where it is produced, and how it is understood. I try and explain how and why this has happened and what actions one can take to work and thrive in this new world.

How are your keynotes unique?
Well I don’t know how unique I am but not too many people have  the combination of academic and practical experiences and perspectives that i do.

Who or what is your biggest source of inspiration?
I am always being struck anew between how our 19th century  organizations are still in place and just how  inefficient they are in the 21st century world.

Can you explain briefly what is meant by the new knowledge economy?
Knowledge of all sorts have in the past few decades have strongly  joined land, labour and capital as critical sources of wealth and as factors of production.

What types of audiences benefit from your keynotes?
Anyone!

See keynotes with Larry Prusak
Non-binding request for Larry Prusak

Send a simple request. You’ll get a quick reply with fees and availability

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Keynote topics with Larry Prusak