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George Washington University (GWU) offers the following Knowledge Management education and training opportunities:

Graduate School of Education and Human Development (GSEHD) > Department of Human and Organizational Learning > (Center for the Study of Learning (CSL)*) 1)

Graduate Degrees/Programs

  • Graduate Certificate in Organizational Learning and Change 2)
  • Master of Arts in Education and Human Development in Organizational Leadership and Learning
  • Doctor of Education in Human and Organizational Learning (Options: Regular program; Executive Leadership Program (ELP) 2))

Coferences

  • 8th International Conference on Organizational Learning, Knowledge and Capabilities (OLKC 2013), 25-27 April 2013, George Washington University, Washington, USA
    Conference Theme: Translation, Transition & Transmission
  • Academy of Management Midyear Conference, 22-23 March 1998, George Washington University, Ashburn, Virginia, USA
    Conference Theme: Organizational Learning: Moving from Theory to Research

School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) > Department of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering (EMSE)* > (Institute for Knowledge & Innovation (IKI)* 3))

Graduate Degrees/Programs

  • Graduate Certificate in Knowledge and Innovation Management** 4)
      2004-????
      ———
      EMSE 301/Mgt 217 Introduction to Knowledge and Innovation Management
      MGT 218 Organizing and Leading Knowledge and Innovation Management
      EMSE 303 Knowledge and Innovation Management Technology
      EMSE 310/MGT 205 Practicum in Knowledge and Innovation Management
  • Graduate Certificate Knowledge Management**
      2002-2005
      ———
      EMSE 270 Introducation to Knowledge Management (since 2005: Knowledge Management I)
      EMSE 272 Knowledge Management: Leadership and Management
      EMSE 276 Knowledge Management: Organization and Processes
      EMSE 275 Knowledgeware Technologies
      EMSE 274 The Learning Enterprise
      EMSE 370 Knowledge Management II

      2000-2002
      ———
      EMSE 270 Knowledge Management I
      EMSE 212 Management of Technical Organizations
      EMSE 256 Information Management and Information Systems
      EMSE 217 Fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence (AI)
      EMSE 287 Decision Support Systems and Models
      EMSE 370 Knowledge Management II

  • Master of Science in Engineering Management (Focus Area: Knowledge and Information Management**)
      2015-2019(?)
      ———
      Common Courses:
      6001 The Management of Technical Organizations
      6020 Decision Making with Uncertainty
      6410 Survey of Finance and Engineering Economics
      6801 Systems Engineering I

      Focus Area Required Courses:
      6099 Problems in Engineering Management and Systems Engineering
      6505 Knowledge Management I
      6540 Management of Information and Systems Security
      6570 Information Management and Information Systems
      6586 Database Design and Database Management Systems

      Focus Area Elective Courses:
      6023 Technology Issue Analysis
      6506 Knowledge Management II
      6510 Decision Support Systems and Models
      6543 Managing the Protection of Information Assets and Systems
      6544 Auditing, Monitoring & Intrusion Detection for Info. Security Managers
      6545 Internet and On-Line Law for Security Managers
      6549 Business and Competitive Intelligence
      6573 Managing E-Commerce Technologies
      6579 Applied Data Mining in Engineering Management
      6580 Information and Software Engineering
      6588 Software Project Development with CASE
      6830 Human Factors Engineering

      2005-2014
      ———
      Common Course Requirements
      EMSE 212 The Management of Technical Organizations
      EMSE 260 Survey of Finance and Engineering Economics
      EMSE 269 Elements of Problem Solving and Decision Making for Managers (since 2012: Decision Making with Uncertainty)
      EMSE 283 Systems Engineering 1

      Focus Course Requirements
      EMSE 218 Management of Information and Systems Security
      EMSE 256 Information Management and Information Systems
      EMSE 270 Knowledge Management I
      EMSE 295 Database Design & Database Management Systems
      EMSE 297 Problems in Engineering Management (since 2009: …and Systems Engineering)

      KM Electives (2007-2014)
      Three electives are required, at least one from the following table, as approved by the advisor, unless the student chooses the thesis option (see below). Students may choose to use the electives to focus on a speicalty area,
      EMSE 287 Decision Support Systems and Models
      EMSE 288 Technology Issue Analysis
      EMSE 290 Human Factors Engineering
      EMSE 370 Knowledge Management II

      Approved Electives (2005-2007)
      Total of four approved electives, at least two from the following list:
      EMSE 250 Information and Software Engineering
      EMSE 275 Knowledgeware Technologies
      EMSE 276 Knowledge Management: Organization and Processes
      EMSE 287 Decision Support Systems and Models
      EMSE 296 Software Project Development w/CASE
      EMSE 312 Managing the Protection of Information Assets and Systems
      EMSE 314 Auditing, Monitoring, and Intrusion Detection for Information Security Managers
      EMSE 319 Emerging Issues in Information Security
      EMSE 332 Disaster Recovery and Organizational Continuity
      EMSE 390 Managing Data Mining in Engineering Applications

    • Master of Engineering / Master of Science in Engineering Management (Concentration: Knowledge Management**)
        2002-2005
        ———
        (Master of Engineering Management)

        Common Course Requirements
        EMSE 212: The Management of Technical Organizations
        EMSE 260: Survey of Finance and Engineering Economics
        EMSE 269: Elements of Problem Solving and Decision Making For Managers
        EMSE 283: Systems Engineering I

        Concentration Course Requirements (= GradCert)
        EMSE 270: Knowledge Management I
        EMSE 272: Knowledge Management: Leadership and Management
        EMSE 274: The Learning Enterprise
        EMSE 275: Knowledgeware Technologies
        EMSE 276: Knowledge Management: Organization and Processes
        EMSE 370: Knowledge Management II

        Approved Elective Requirements
        Total four approved electives, three from the following approved electives:
        EMSE 211: Organizational Behavior for the Engineering Manager
        EMSE 217: Fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge-based Systems
        EMSE 218: Management of Information and Systems Security
        EMSE 231: Program and Project Management
        EMSE 235: Systems Thinking and Policy Thinking Modeling I
        EMSE 255: Management of Research and Development
        EMSE 256: Information Management and Information Systems
        EMSE 261: Economic Analysis in Engineering Planning
        EMSE 267: Theory of Games
        EMSE 271: Forecasting Techniques
        EMSE 273: Discrete Systems Simulation
        EMSE 285: Systems Analysis and Management I
        EMSE 287: Decision Support Systems and Models
        EMSE 288: Technology Issue Analysis
        EMSE 320: Managing E-Commerce Technologies
        EMSE 387: Technological Forecasting and Management

        2000-2002
        ———
        (Master of Engineering Management / Master of Science)

        Common Course Requirements
        EMSE 212 The Management of Technical Organizations
        EMSE 260 Survey of Finance and Engineering Economics
        EMSE 269 Elements of Problem Solving and Decision Making For Managers
        EMSE 283 Systems Engineering I

        Concentration Requirements: Master of Engineering Management
        EMSE 211 Organizational Behavior for the Engineering Manager
        EMSE 217 Fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge-Based Systems
        EMSE 256 Information Management and Information Systems
        EMSE 270 Knowledge Management I
        EMSE 287 Decision Support Systems and Models
        EMSE 370 Knowledge Management II

        Concentration Requirements: Master of Science
        EMSE 235 Systems Thinking and Policy Thinking Modeling I
        EMSE 256 Information Management and Information Systems
        EMSE 267 Theory of Games
        EMSE 270 Knowledge Management I
        EMSE 273 Discrete Systems Simulation
        EMSE 370 Knowledge Management II

        Approved Elective Requirements
        Total of two of the following approved electives:

        EMSE 211 Organizational Behavior for the Engineering Manager
        EMSE 217 Fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge-Based Systems
        EMSE 218 Management of Information and Systems Security
        EMSE 236 Systems Thinking and Policy Thinking Modeling II
        EMSE 255 Management of Research and Development
        EMSE 261 Economic Analysis in Engineering Planning
        EMSE 273 Discrete Systems Simulation
        EMSE 287 Decision Support Systems and Models
        EMSE 271 Forecasting Techniques

    • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Engineering Management (Focus Area: Knowledge and Information Management) 5)
    • Doctor of Science in Engineering Management (Concentration: Knowledge Management)**

    Events

    • Exploring New Methods and Strategies to Manage Knowledge and Innovation (3-part series with GW College of Professional Studies)
      – Theseus’ Paradox, Oct 24, 2015
      – Ariadne’s Thread – Exploring the Maze, Sep 26, 2015
      – Facing the Minotaur – Obstacles to Managing Knowledge and Innovation, Sep 12, 2015
    • 2011-04: IKI Community Session
    • 2010-10: Seminar: Adapting for success in a knowledge-based economy
    • 2005-05: Creating the Discipline of Knowledge Management: The Latest in University Research
    • 2005-04: CANCELLED! Guest Lecture: Work Place Innovation
    • 2003-10: IKM Brown bag lunch: Knowledge Management in the Perspective of the Philosophy of Karl Popper (Part I & II)
    • 2003-05: IKM brown bag lunch: Cultural Values and Knowledge Sharing: Knowledge Management in an Asian Business Environment
    • 2002-05: ICASIT KM Roundtable: 6) Insights into GWU’s Institute for Knowledge Management, Knowledge Management research programs, Knowledge Management Certification, the Global Forum, and TechCast

    Communities

    • Knowledge Management Education Forum (KMEF) Community** 7)
      The Knowledge Management Education Forum (KMEF) is an on-going, annual dialog to identify and grow consensus on the knowledge management body of knowledge, competencies, roles and curriculum.

    Conferences

    • Knowledge Management Education Forum Summit (KMEF Summit)** 7)
      The Knowledge Management Education Forum Summit brings together educators in the field of knowledge management to share their thoughts about how Knowledge Management is taught and how students learn Knowledge Management.

      • KM Education Forum, First Annual Summit, May 5-6, 2011, Washington, DC
      • KM Education Forum, Second Annual Summit, 26.-27.07.2012, Washington, DC

    • Global Forum, October 17-18, 2002, Washington, DC, USA 8)
      Conference Theme: A World in Transition: The Promise of Broadband Services
    • Knowledge Management and Enterprise Engineering, September 12, 2002, Washington, DC, USA 9)
      Conference Theme: Practical Approaches to Capturing and Leveraging Organizational Knowledge for Network-centric Organizations
    • The New Knowledge Management: A Generational Shift (training conference), March 20, 2002, Arlington, Virginia, USA 10)
      Conference Theme: Managing Information, Knowledge, and Documents for the Enterprise

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