Designing a Knowledge Management Syllabus
Abstract: Teaching knowledge management is one of the most growing interests in today’s universities program. A new syllabus for the bachelor degree (BA) business students at summer school should be covered in five different modules: (1) The knowing process (2) The hierarchy of knowledge (3A) The “knowledge management” definition and related discipline: history and roots (3B) The “knowledge management” definition and related discipline: Interdisciplinary perspectives and KM paradigms (4) KM in organizations: requirements and advantages of models (5) Knowledge mapping techniques and designing a new ‘Knowing Organization’: close session. The syllabus is suitable for creating awareness for the students on knowledge management discipline and practices at the introductory level. The syllabus provides high competitive advantage for the students’ professional career.
Keywords: KM syllabus, summer school, BA business students, KM discipline, KM teaching
Recep Yücel: Designing a Knowledge Management Syllabus: How Business Administration Students Learn at a Summer School. In: Fernando Chaparro (Ed.): Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Management & Organisational Learning, Bogotá, Colombia, 18-19 October 2012. Academic Conferences International, 2012: 295-298.
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