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Book Excerpt on Knowledge Management Education

Abstract: As knowledge management challenges once again top the agenda of many CEOs, an emphasis on getting more value from corporate knowledge assets has heightened the interest in knowledge management as a professional area of practice. Providing education in KM, which can include specialized courses, seminars, certifications, and formal undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs are leading the way in preparing future KM practitioners to meet this challenge. On the other hand it has also raised questions about the educational foundation needed to support the profession.

Anthony J. Rhem: Knowledge Management Education. The Knowledge Management (KM) Depot, Dec 09 2015

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