Information & Knowledge Strategy News
IKNS Student Explores the Connection between Art and Innovation
Can we leverage art-based processes to foster greater collaboration? An IKNS student investigates the "transformative power of art" in innovation networks.
Using AI for Sustainability Conversations
By using generative AI to map and quantify rhetorical intent in conversation, new research is providing clues to better collaboration, particularly in sustainability contexts.
IKNS Seminar Examined How Generative AI Will Impact the Workplace
Ben Royce, Information & Knowledge Strategy lecturer and alum, spoke about the value and risks that AI's growing prominence poses to businesses.
“You Get Out of IKNS What You Put Into It”
Q&A: IKNS alumna—and head of talent acquisition at Amazon Discover—Mary Palmieri reflects on her Columbia experience
“I Have Always Wanted to Solve Business Problems”
Q&A: Shahzad Khokhar talks about his career, a start-up he recently sold, and his time at IKNS.
“The Work Is Cool…but the People Are Wonderful”
Q&A: Dr. Edward Hoffman on his NASA career and leadership
A Fierce Advocate for Kindness
Elizabeth Ndungu is advocating for mental health and DEIA in Columbia’s student government.
Columbia Information & Knowledge Strategy student Vidhi Rajpal on her educational journey in the U.S.
The Power of IQ and EQ
Christoph Meinrenken on what convinced him to help run the Columbia M.S. in Information & Knowledge Strategy (IKNS) program
IKNS Lecturer and NASA Program Director Gregory L. Robinson Named to the 2022 TIME100 Most Influential People List
Robinson was named a “pioneer” by Time.
How Are Companies Defining–and Implementing–Agility?
SPS master’s programs are collaborating on a multi-disciplinary agility series throughout the academic year.