Teleos announces winners of Asia’s Most Admired Knowledge EnterprisesNovember 14th, 2007 - 2:38 am ICT by admin
The 2007 Asian MAKE winners were recognized before 1,000 international business executives during a special Awards Ceremony at the eighth annual World Knowledge Forum.
This year’s Asian MAKE winners are delivering superior financial performance - return on profits average 12.3 percent — twice the Fortune 500 median and return on assets average 14.2 percent — nearly four time the Fortune 500 median.
The winners of the 2007 Asian MAKE study, conducted by Teleos in association with The KNOW Network, are Astra International (Indonesia), Eureka Forbes (India), Honda Motor (Japan), Infosys Technologies (India), Larsen and Toubro, E and C Division (India), Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (Korea), Samsung SDS (Korea), Satyam Computer Services (India), Singapore Airlines (Singapore), Sony (Japan), Tata Consultancy Services (India), Tata Steel (India), Toyota (Japan), Westpac Banking Corporation (Australia) and Wipro Technologies (India).
A panel of Asian-based Fortune 500 senior executives and internationally recognized knowledge management / intellectual capital experts chose 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. The dimension are creating an enterprise knowledge-driven culture, developing knowledge workers through senior management leadership, innovation, maximizing enterprise intellectual capital, creating a collaborative knowledge sharing environment, creating a learning organization, delivering value based on customer knowledge and transforming enterprise knowledge into shareholder value. (ANI)
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