...or International Information Institute or Information Association or Information Institute or Information Society. Several points - I heard that research shows that Global and Knowledge were not well received, but that International was. Also, I look at other professional organizations and as many don't use the people in the title as do - like for example, the American Medical Association, or the American Marketing Association, or the Association for Investment Management and Research. If we feel that we need to identify the people in the name then I go with some already mentioned like International Association of Information Professionals. One final point to think about. We are considering a name change in an era of globalization - I assume 'global' in an organization these days, UNLESS the name specifically states otherwise (ORSLA or American Medical Association). Are we sure we need to include International at all? If this was ten years ago, I would say 'yes,' but today I think we should think carefully about the need to include it. However, I fully acknowledge that I am an American saying this, and our international colleagues may disagree.