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Executive Search Consulting, Skopje and the Cotrugli Business Academy, Zagreb, held one-day conference, dedicated to the "Management of Human Capital in the Coming Knowledge Society". The conference was held at the Alexander Palace Hotel hall on September 28th, 2007.

The conference was the first event of its kind for Macedonia, aiming at introducing the picture of the global transformation in progress, the post-industrial understanding of the developing knowledge economy and the role of human resources in line with the Lisbon strategy of the European Union.

Our challenge was to attract Macedonian companies which are either making their first steps in knowledge management, or have already designed their internal systems of knowledge management and are open to share their knowledge with customers to theirs and the communities' benefit.

At the conference we were honored by the addressing of Mr. Vele Samak, Minister for Foreign Investments of RM and Mr. Erwan Fouere, Ambassador, EU Special Representative and Head of Delegation. We are pleased to announce that two talented facilitators - Marc Luyckx Ghisi and Verna Allee took a part in the conference as keynote speakers. More information regarding the speakers you may find below.

Besides the keynote speakers, presentations were held by Seavus, Cosmofon and Technologica, and shared their experience in knowledge sharing and new value creation.

The presentations you may download by selecting the following links:

Marc Luyckx Ghisi - "The Growing Importance of the HR in the New Knowledge Economy"

Verna Allee - "Managing Human Capital in the Knowledge Society"

Seavus - "Seavus on the Road towards the New Knowledge Society"

Technologica - "Information Technologies - Subject and Tools for Knowledge Sharing"

Cosmofon - "HR Tools in Managing Knowledge"












The Conference will be facilitated by two talented speakers, Dr. Marc Luyckx Ghisi and Ms. Verna Allee, M.A.



  Verna Allee
  Professor CBA,
  San Francisco






Verna Allee, M.A., is recognized worldwide as a pioneer in value networks, knowledge management, and new business models. She consults to Cisco, Boeing, SAP, Scottish Enterprise, Telenor and Hydro Aluminum in Norway, Kimberly-Clark, AgResearch (New Zealand), Mayo Clinic, Environment Canada, The Institute of Public Health Ireland, The Ministry of Defense UK, and The World Conservation Union (IUCN in Geneva). She is a Fellow of the World Business Academy and advisor to the European Commission and an editorial board member of Inside Knowledge magazine and IC Magazine (Intellectual Capital). She is visiting professor of the CBA Business School in Zagreb and other universities around the world. Her publications include The Future of Knowledge: Increasing Prosperity through Value Networks (2003) and The Knowledge Evolution (1997), continuing best sellers in knowledge management field.

Download the articles: 

 Getting Organized with  Value Network Analysis

 Value Networks-How  organizations really work


  Dr. Marc Luyckx

  Dean CBA,






Dr. Marc Luyckx Ghisi,
studied mathematics, philosophy and has a PhD in Russian and Greek theology. He has lived in Italy, Brazil, and USA, He has been during almost 10 years working directly for the Presidents of the European Commission Jacques Delors and Jacques Santer, as a member of the prestigious Think Tank called the "Forward Studies Unit", in the European Commission, He is now Dean of the New "Cotrugli Business Academy" in Zagreb, Croatia, and Member of the "International Advising Committee" of Auroville, in India. He is also expert for the Information Society Programs of the European Commission; Brussels.





 Download the articles: 

 Knowledge Economics Article

 Orienting Knowledge Society
 Towards Sustainability And
 Inclusion- A Win-Win
 Scenario For The EU

 The Growing Importance Of
 Intangible Assets

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