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City, University of London, formerly The City University, London, Northampton College of Advanced Technology, and the Northampton Institute, since 2016 a constituent college of the University of London, offers the following Knowledge Management education and training opportunities:

Cass Business School1) > Faculty of Management

Graduate Degrees/Programs

  • PhD in Management, Marketing and Operations Management 2) (research area: Information Systems and Knowledge Management)
  • Executive PhD in Management (research area: Information and Knowledge Management**)3)

Workshops

Research Workshop Series


    Jun 2021: Reworking the ‘truth machine’: How data analysts and others, (re)construct the epistemic practices of organizations
    Apr 2017: The effect of knowledge and social interdependencies on inventors’ outward mobility and entrepreneurship

London Knowledge Café

    Jul 2013: Knowledge by Walking About (Organizer: Gurteen Knowledge)

Centre for Leadership Learning and Change (CLLC)

    Jan 2008: Narrative Leadership: How to use the power of story for organisational and personal change

Lectures

“Knowledge Associates” Annual Lecture (for 2nd Year MBA students)

    Oct 2017 (18th): The Global Knowledge Economy – Principles, Trends, Methods and Advanced Technologies

    Jan 2010: Knowledge Management Principles, Methods and Tools

    2007? (1st): New concepts for Personal Information Management Systems (with Professor Clive Holtham)

Accelerating Learning and Change in Organisations – Centre for Leadership Learning and Change (CLLC) participatory talks series

    Jun 2008: Can a corporation be wise? Leaders, relationships and wisdom
    Mar 2007: Scenario Learning
    Feb 2007: Using Systemic Theory to Promote Learning in Organisations

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