Training and Education in Knowledge Management
Abstract: Knowledge Management training is offered worldwide by a wide variety of organizations. They include academic institutions, software vendors, consulting firms, and professional organizations. The participants might include: students on the academic campus, practioners in the filed, senior managers, IT professionals, information management professionals, and learning organization specialists. One can enhance KM learning through participating in listservs and online forums, and keeping up with professional literature that has exploded in the form of books, articles, web sites, and a great number of case studies.
T. Kanti Srikantaiah: Training and Education in Knowledge Management. In: Koenig, M. E. D.; Srikantaiah, T. K. (Eds.): Knowledge Management Lessons Learned: What Works and What Doesn’t. Medford, NJ: Information Today (ASIST Monograph Series), 2004: 497-510.
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