The new drive in Knowledge Management now is how innovative enterprises are operating in our continually changing world. The MIKE Award is a diagnosis tool for improving innovations in enterprises as well as a basis for an international benchmarking study.
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Advanced Info Service (AIS), the country's largest mobile operator by subscribers, has won the Most Innovative Knowledge Enterprise (MIKE) award for 2020.
"In the six years since AIS announced its vision of becoming a digital life service provider, our top priority has been creating a corporate culture aware that using innovation can inform both the forms and the methods of people's thinking," said Kantima Lerlertyuttitham, chief human resources officer at AIS.
The MIKE assessment framework is modified from the MAKE study tradition and built based on the intellectual framework for innovation. There are two parts of the assessment: (A) the sustainability factors (in terms of eight criteria) and (B) various innovation performance indicators (to be selected by the applicant organization as appropriate).
Applicants are free to describe their practices with stories, evidence and data. There is a limit on the pages on the forms and on the supplementary information they can attach.
Applicants can select the most appropriate innovation criteria which are the most suitable to describe their innovation performance. They can choose more than one.
A panel composed of local and International experts in KM and Innovation will be formed each year. Non-disclosure agreement and declaration for conflict of interest with any applicants would be signed by the judges. The composition of the judging panel would only be disclosed after the judging process has been completed.View Previous REVIEWERS