Knowledge Management goes to school
Abstract: Today’s graduates are being trained to evaluate business needs and find the best KM technology to help their employers reach their goals.
As the next wave of college graduates hits the job market, there will be a select group who have been trained in knowledge management systems. These graduates will have studied the latest trends in KM systems, database management, search engines and other technologies.
Kim Ann Zimmermann: KM goes to school. KMWorld, Volume 11, Issue 6, June 2002
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