Dr. Carol Yeh-
Dr. Carol Yeh-Yun Lin is Professor of Business Administration at National Chengchi University in Taiwan. She received her Ph.D. in Human Resource Development from the University of Texas at Austin in 1992.
Dr. Lin has published extensively, with over 40 scholarly articles and 60 conference presentations on Strategic Human Resource Management, International Human Resource Management, Intellectual Capital, Business Ethics, and Corporate Social Responsibility.
Her papers have appeared in the International Journal of Human Resource Management, Journal of Business Ethics, Long Range Planning, Health Care Management Review, Journal of Small Business Management, Journal of Psychology, and Journal of Intellectual Capital
Prof. Leif Edvinsson
Professor Edvinsson is the pioneering contributor to both the theory and practice of Intellectual Capital. He was the world’s first Corporate Director of Intellectual Capital at Skandia of Stockholm, Sweden and prototyped the Skandia Future Center as the World´s first Lab for IC.
In January 1998, he received the prestigious Brain Trust’s (UK) "Brain of the Year" award, for his pioneering work on IC. In 1999 he received the Most Admired Knowledge Award on Knowledge Leadership. He was also awarded the KEN Practitioner of the Year in 2004 from Entovation International (US), where he is also an E 100 leader.
He was listed by the London Business Press in 2006 as one of The 50 Most influential Thinkers in the World. Leif is listed in the global “Who’s Who”, an associate member of The Club of Rome, and Cofounder and Chairman of The New Club of Paris, which focuses onKnowledge Economy Agenda.
Educated both at the University of California, Berkeley, USA, and Lund University, Sweden, Prof. Edvinsson is the author of numerous articles and books on Intellectual Capital as well as serving on the Board of Directors of several knowledge intensive enterprises.
He also serves on the Jury of the Swedish Knowledge Award, the Globe Forum Jury for Sustainability City Award, and Honorary Chairman of the UK-based Henley Management College, Knowledge Management Forum. Since 2000 he has been a Professor adjunct at Lund University.