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Professional Education and Development for Knowledge Managers

Abstract: Knowledge Management education and training relevant podcasts from an Forum of the Information and Knowledge Management Society (iKMS), held on June 18 2007 in Singapore.

Professional Development in Knowledge Management – Part 1
Eric Tsui

Professor Eric Tsui describes the way that KM education, KM research and KM consulting inter-relate for a “real world learning laboratory” in the Hong Kong Polytechnic University’s KM programmes.

Professional Development in Knowledge Management – Part 2
Schubert Foo

Professor Schubert Foo recounts how the Nanyang Technological University’s MSc in KM was established, and the three disciplines it combines: information, management and technology.

Professional Development in Knowledge Management – Part 3
Patrick Lambe

iKMS President Patrick Lambe argues that professional societies also need to support organisations in KM capability-building, and encourage peer-learning among KM professionals.

Professional Development in Knowledge Management – Part 4
Forum Discussion Feedback

Speakers and group representatives give their views on professional education and development needs for knowledge managers, and discuss whether knowledge management can be considered a profession at all.

Copyright © Information and Knowledge Management Society (iKMS)

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