The [City].Knowledge.City / [City].Knowledge.Week series is organized by Knowledge.City, associated with KMA Knowledge Management Associates. Conference History Themenforum: Vienna Knowledge City, 28.01.2016, Wien, Österreich Kampala.Knowledge.City Scoping Workshop, May, 11th 2016, Makerere University (College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology), Kampala, Uganda Knowledge Week
Abstract: The aim of this paper is on the one hand to compare 19 knowledge management educational programs worldwide. Based on more than 15 criteria, the comparison will bring potential knowledge managers some insights into this field of education. On the other hand some short term courses in the German speaking countries will be listed.
Abstract: Last year I pleaded with ALM to change the name of their annual Library survey since they had been predicting the end of Library’s for about 14 years. It was time to stipulate that print collections are shrinking and move on to exploring the dynamic organizations which have emerged in their place.
Abstract: Nowadays, an increasing number of organizations hire knowledge leaders to create and maintain a knowledge management environment. However, the critical issues these individuals face are very poorly defined in today’s academic literature. Using a web-based Delphi method, this study is the first to reach a worldwide consensus on knowledge leaders’ critical issues. These issues
The biennial ACM International Conference on Supporting Group Work (GROUP) has been a premier venue for research on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, Human Computer Interaction, Computer Supported Collaborative Learning and Socio-Technical Studies. A strong emphasis of GROUP conferences is to foster a discourse on collaborative technology that bridges the fields of Computer Supported Cooperative Work