Copenhagen Business School (CBS)

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Copenhagen Business School (CBS) offers the following Knowledge Management education and training opportunities:

Department of Strategy and Innovation 1)


  • Danish Research Unit on Industrial Dynamics (DRUID) 2)

Faculty of Economics and Business Administration > Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy*

Graduate Programs

  • Executive Master in Knowledge Management** 3)


  • European Doctoral School on Knowledge and Management (EUDOKMA) 4)

Faculty of Economics and Business Administration > Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy > Doctoral School on Knowledge and Management* 5)

Graduate Programs

  • PhD Program on Knowledge and Management**


  • EUDOKMA seminar on Knowledge and Management (2000-2009)
  • EUDOKMA seminar on Strategic Management (2004)

Faculty of Economics and Business Administration > Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy > Center for Knowledge Governance* 6)


  • Microfoundations of Organizational Capabilities & Knowledge Processes, 1-2 December 2005, Copenhaben Business School, Copenhagen, Denmark
    The purpose of this two-day conference is to bring together a group of world-class scholars from several related disciplines – business, economics, sociology, philosophy, communications – to discuss the micro-macro link in knowledge and capabilities and related knowledge processes as they relate to social theory and strategic management.
  • Mini-conference on HRM practices and Knowledge Processes, 1 December 2004, Frederiksberg (Copenhagen), Denmark
    The purpose of the mini-conference is to offer an interdisciplinary interpretation of the link between HRM practices and knowledge. In particular, the mini-conference will address the following question: What HRM practices could best facilitate knowledge creation and sharing in organizations?


  • Nov 2004: Understanding Knowledge Governance
  • Oct 2004: Who Discloses Contracts and Why? An Analysis of Contracts Contained in Corporate Filings
  • Sep 2004: Knowledge sharing as a means to overcoming organizational interdependence
  • May 2004: Reflexivity: Curse or Cure?; Identity and Commitment: Sen’s Conception of the Individual
  • Apr 2004: Capability Coordination in Modular Organization: Voluntary FS/OSS Production and the Case of Debian GNU/Linux
  • Mar 2004: Problem solving effectiveness in the research of dedicated biotechnology firms; On the Prospects for a Unified Social Science: Economics and Sociology
  • Dec 2003: Open for Innovation: The role of openness in explaining innovation performance among UK manufacturing firms
  • Nov 2003: The Governance of Knowledge
  • Oct 2003: The Secret Life of Mundane Transaction Costs
  • Sep 2003: Entrepreneurial Universities – Fact or illusion?


  • Jun 2004: Micro-Foundations for Knowledge Processes; Gaining advantage from organizing and accessing user communities
  • Mar 2004: Organizational Learning


  • Nov 2004: Center for Knowledge Governance: Past, Present, and Future
  • Apr 2004: The official opening of the Center for Knowledge Governance (What is knowledge governance? Why is it distinct from knowledge management? )

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