The Knowledge for Health Knowledge Management Share Fair, organized by the Knowledge for Health Project (K4Health) funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), is a symposium for global health and development knowledge management practitioners to advance the science and practice of Knowledge Management. Experts in Knowledge Management will be facilitating workshops and
The International Conference on Knowledge Management in Higher Education Institutions (ICKHI) will deliberate the profile of library professionals in the present day context whose main role is to explore, evaluate, promote, and implement various emerging technologies. Innovation, collaboration, strong communication skills, and strong project management skills will be keys to success of the Library professionals.
The Bundesverband Wissensbilanzierung (BVWB; English: Federal Association of Intellectual Capital Statements or Federal Association of Knowledge Accounting), successor of the Arbeitskreises Wissensbilanz (AK-WB or AK Wissensbilanz; English: Working Group Intellectual Capital Statement), offers the following Knowledge Management education and training
Abstract: There is a marked need for training in the area of KM practice. KM operations are expanding and new recruits are needed. Most practitioners enter the KM realm not from academic programs focusing on KM, or even featuring KM, but rather they transfer over and into KM from line operational jobs within their