Development of knowledge management curricula in universities

Michael JD Sutton: Examination of the historical sensemaking processes representing the development of knowledge management curricula in universities: Case studies associated with an emergent discipline. Montreal: McGill University (Dissertation), 2007. 435 pages

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  • Sutton, M. (2002). A Topical Review of Knowledge Management Curriculum Programs in University Graduate Schools: LIS, Business, Cognitive Science, Information Systems and Computer Systems Schools. Proceedings of the first Annual Knowledge Summit Doctoral Consortium, October 17-18, 2002, Queens University (School of Business, Centre for Knowledge-Based Enterprises), Kingston, Ontario, Canada Full text »
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