Sustainable Development (http://bit.ly/1g2F3Pq) is an important topic for more and more organisations, governments and enterprises these days. The efficient and sustainable management of our available resources like energy, water and/or food concerns all of us! Thereby the awareness-raising of sustainable development mechanisms is an issue for decision makers, policy makers and / or project developers. And thereby needs to be reflected also by the respective information management strategies and information services that are provided.
Martin Kaltenböck, CMC studied communication, psychology and marketing at the University of Vienna. In 2000 he was co-founder of punkt. netServices - an Austrian company specialised on information- & knowledge management as well as on Enterprise 2.0 solutions.
He is managing partner of the Semantic Web Company (http://semantic-web.at) and as CFO responsible for financial and organisational issues. Furthermore he leads and works in several national and international research & industry projects as well as projects in public administration - mainly in the area of project management.
He is tutor and publishes in the fields of Semantic Information Management, Linked (Open) Data as well as Open (Government) Data and Enterprise 2.0. Furthermore he is lecturer at national and international conferences and business events in the mentioned topics.
He is Certified Management Consultant since 2006, member of the Executive Board of the Austrian Chapter of the Open Knowledge Foundation (OKFN, http://okfn.at/), Advisory Board Member of OKF Central (http://okfn.org) and invited expert of the governmental Cooperation OGD Austria. He is working as invited expert of W3C and is member of the Steering Board of the European data Forum (http://data-forum.eu).