Archived Biorgaphy: Henrik Schneider was a research fellow at The Berkman Center for Internet & Society in 2005. His main research focus is the knowledge related phenomenon of new Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) at workplaces and what (if any) role should policy makers play in these processes of changes. As part of his research he has conducted a detailed field survey at European mobile operators on their training and knowledge management approach.
You can find at SSRN his research report on "Rapid ICT Change and Workplace Knowledge Obsolescence" as part of the Berkman Center Research Publication Series.
Schneider has worked for 4 years at Accenture’s Budapest office in the Strategy and Business Architecture service line in the Communication and high Technology market unit. He also participated in more NGO initiatives in Hungary. Co-founded management consulting company Stepchange Hungary.
He graduated from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics with Rector’s Award for his student research activities, among which was being a co-author of a book (in Hungarian) on IT and Internet Business Incubation. Currently he is also a last year PhD student on the same university at the Department of Information and Knowledge Management.