In 2016 the International Association for Knowledge Management (IAKM) adressed the issue of Knowledge Management education right on three occasions. The first two were in the context of the European Conference on Knowledge Management (ECKM) in September, the third one was on a panel at the International Conference on Knowledge Management (ICKM) in October.
Abstract: Matt Moore and Patrick Lambe developed a draft competency framework for knowledge organization professionals in support of the inaugural “Innovations in Knowledge Organization” conference held in Singapore in June 2015. With the support of ISKO we then tested this framework within the larger professional community through a global survey attracting almost 150 responses
Abstract: What part will knowledge organization (KO) play in our ability to find and manage information in the future, whether it’s on websites, document management systems, collaboration systems, corporate intranets, or even on shared drives? What sort of roles will be needed to cope with the ever increasing amounts of information that we’re dealing
Abstract: You are the CEO of a large multinational organization. Implementing an enterprise-wide knowledge management initiative has long been on your management agenda, but never a priority. Given the dire economic times, the need to become more efficient, effective, competitive, and innovative motivates you and your Directors to execute a KM strategy as quickly
Abstract: This poster reports the results of a preliminary investigation on the skills and educational requisites that appear in knowledge management (KM) job advertisements. KM is generally understood to encompass tactics and practices that enable organizations to identify, capture, represent, and make available understandings and insights that can be found within individuals and groups.