Teleos Names Asia's Most Admired Knowledge Enterprises
* Reuters is not responsible for the content in this press release.
SEOUL, South Korea--(Business Wire)-- Teleos has announced the winners of the 2009 Asian Most Admired Knowledge Enterprises (MAKE) study. India took top honors this year with 5 winners, followed by South Korea (4 winners), and Australia and Japan (2 winners each). Hong Kong SAR, China, Indonesia and Singapore had one winner each. Samsung SDS has been recognized as the overall Asian MAKE Winner. The winners of the 2009 Asian MAKE study, conducted by Teleos in association with The KNOW Network, are (alphabetically): -- Honda Motor (Japan) -- Hong Kong Police Force (Hong Kong SAR, China) -- Infosys Technologies (India) -- Korea Water Resources Corporation (S. Korea) -- Land and Property Management Authority (Australia) -- MindTree Ltd. (India) -- POSCO (S. Korea) -- Samsung SDS (S. Korea) -- Singapore Airlines (Singapore) -- SK Energy (S. Korea) -- Tata Consultancy Services (India) -- Tata Steel (India) -- Toyota Motor Corporation (Japan) -- Unilever Indonesia (Indonesia) -- Wipro Technologies (India) -- Woods Bagot (Australia) The 2009 Asian MAKE Winners were recognized at a special Awards Ceremony at the 10th annual World Knowledge Forum. This year's Asian MAKE Winners are delivering superior financial performance: -- Return on Revenues average 12.9% -- over four times the Global Fortune 500 median. -- Return on Assets average 13.9% -- over six times the Global Fortune 500 median. A panel of Asian-based Fortune 500 senior executives and internationally recognized knowledge management / intellectual capital experts selected the Winners. The panel rated organizations against the MAKE framework of eight key knowledge performance dimensions -- visible drivers of competitive advantage and intellectual capital growth: -- creating an enterprise knowledge-driven culture -- developing knowledge workers through senior management leadership -- innovation -- maximizing enterprise intellectual capital -- creating an enterprise collaborative knowledge sharing environment -- creating a learning organization -- delivering value based on customer/stakeholder knowledge -- transforming enterprise knowledge into shareholder/stakeholder value Contact Teleos for the free "2009 Asian MAKE Report" Executive Summary. TELEOS Teleos, an independent knowledge management and intellectual capital research firm, administers the MAKE program. The KNOW Network is a Web-based global community of organizations dedicated to achieving superior performance through networking and best practice knowledge sharing. The MAKE research program consists of the annual Global MAKE study -- the international benchmark for best practice knowledge organizations -- and Asian, European, Indian, Indonesian, Japanese and North American studies. Teleos Rory Chase Tel: +44 1584 878576 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.knowledgebusiness.com Copyright Business Wire 2009
- Malaysian plane still missing; questions over false IDs |
- CORRECTED-UPDATE 4-Malaysia Airlines plane crashes in South China Sea with 239 people aboard - report
- China draws 'red line' on North Korea, says won't allow war on peninsula
- Warning shots fired to turn monitors back from Crimea |
- Malaysian plane crashed off Vietnam coast: state media