Jean-Claude F. Monney @jcfmonneyJoined on
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Jean-Claude Monney is a Digital Transformation and Knowledge Management coach, thought leader, advisor, teacher, speaker and experienced practitioner.
Until August 2017, he was Chief Knowledge Officer at Microsoft Services, the largest Division at Microsoft. He led the 22,000-person global workforce through a groundbreaking Digital Workplace transformation with a single goal: "To programmatically embed Microsoft's collective knowledge into every deliverable as the ultimate way to create value for customers, partners, employees and Microsoft."
He was a faculty member at Columbia University where he developed and taught Digital Transformation and Digital Workplace strategies courses as part of Master of Science in Information and Knowledge Strategy (IKNS) program. He is a Managing Partner of The Monney Group, LLC and provides Digital Transformation coaching and advisory services.
As a practitioner, Jean-Claude is has led 3 global Digital Workplace transformations and is considered one of the world’s leading experts in applying KM to drive innovation, productivity and competitiveness. He delivers keynote addresses at major KM industry and customer executive events worldwide, including KMWorld, APQC KM Conference, Internet Librarian Conference, NASA, the World Bank and more than 100 Fortune 500 companies.
Prior to Microsoft, Jean-Claude served on several high-tech boards and held executive-level positions including: 17 years at STMicroelectronics where he was Group Vice President for 7 years; 9 years at Digital Equipment Corporation; and 4 years at Motorola Semiconductor.
While VP at STMicroelectronics, Jean-Claude served 2 years as Chairman of the Electronic Components Board of RosettaNet, an organization fueled by leading technology companies to define and implement a common set of standards for e-Business. In 2001, he was named European e-Pioneer by the Electronics Business News magazine for his e-Business leadership.
Jean-Claude has an Electronics and Nuclear Physics Engineering degree from the "Ecole Technique Supérieure" of Geneva, Switzerland.