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Abstract: So “knowledge management” is coming back into vogue. I have to wonder how much of its renewed popularity is due to certain tipping points in information volume, etc.
What is a knowledge manager? Let’s ask a simpler question: “What kind of credentials does a knowledge manager need to have?” That question gets us into certification programs.
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George Goodall: Knowledge Management certification — a review. Facetation, April 26, 2015
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