Stephan Bohr has seventeen years of business practice in external and internal consulting at PwC. Since 2001 he is in a leading national and international responsibility in Knowledge Management and successfully also leverages his expertise in respect to Information Technology, Business Development and Innovation. He has led and coordinated large KM related projects with up to 40 full-time-equivalents and has run successfully a KM department with up to 20 full-time-equivalents on a national basis in Germany as well as international teams of the same size.
Stephan Bohr is board member at the KM working group of BITKOM (Germany Federal Association for Information Technology, Telecommunications and New Media). He also member of the Programme committee of the largest German KM conference KnowTech.
Stephan is guest lecturer at several universities and institutions including the European School of Business, Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences, Wiesbaden Business School. He is also certified lecturer at the Global KM Institute (Switzerland).
Stephan was already involved in 2009 in a leading role into PwC's Global Development and Pilot of Web 2.0 / Social Networking in PwC globally. His primary fields of Expertise in context to Knowledge Management are KM Strategy, Expertise Location, Research / Helpdesk, KM Processes, Standards, Measurement and Collaboration Solutions and in particular the change management related to KM.
Today Stephan is the Leader Knowledge Management of Advisory PwC with responsibility of EMEIA. One of his current projects is the international roll-out of Pulse, a PwC external innovation award winning solution.
Stephan operates from Frankfurt/ Germany, is married, has two kids and loves to play basketball and chess. Advance to his business career Stephan had studied marketing and Social Psychology in Germany and Scotland.
WORKSHOP FOCUS: Expertise Location, Personal KM, Web 2.0, and Benchmarking
Principal Facilitator for class: Tuesday
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