Certification of KM practitioners @ ICASIT’s KM Roundtable 2/01
Abstract: Last December, civilian and military CKOs convened a two-day symposium to address issues influencing and curriculum for certification of KM practitioners. This event primarily consisted of presentations and subsequent discussion by representatives of several organizations that offer a variety of training in KM. Since this topic has import beyond those involved in the December meeting, the KM RT Working Group determined that it would be a timely topic for the next KM RT meeting, and this report presents a summary of that meeting
Virgil Frizzell: Eighth Knowledge Management Roundtable. ICASIT KM Central, February 2001.
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