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The Lancaster University offers the following Knowledge Management education and training opportunities:

Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) > Department of Management and Leadership 1)

Graduate Degrees/Programs

  • MA in Management and Organisational Learning** 2)
      Modules:
      Introduction to Management and Organisational Learning
      Human Resource Development and Organisational Learning
      International Management Learning
      Design for Learning
      Dynamics of Difference in Learning
      Open and Distance Learning
      Corporate Management Development
      Research and Evaluation Method
      Consultancy and Project Management
  • PhD in Management Learning and Leadership (research area: Critical management education and organisational learning)**
  • PhD in Management (research areas: Organisational Learning and Knowledge Management; Networked Management Learning)** 3)

Conferences

  • International Conference on Networked Learning (NLC)* 4)
  • International Conference on Organizational Learning and Knowledge (OLK)** 5)
    The International Conference on Organizational Learning and Knowledge aims to explore the different aspects of the relationship between learning, knowing and the organizing process from the perspective of the passion for knowledge.

Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) > Department of Organisation, Work and Technology

Graduate Degrees/Programs

  • Human Resource and Knowledge Management MSc** (by coursework)
      2016-17
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      Term 1:
      Human Resource Management I: Contexts, Controversies and Critiques
      Knowledge Management
      Organisations in the 21st Century: New Forms of Organising in the Contemporary World
      The Production of Managerial Knowledge I: The rise of management ideas and concepts
      Advanced Study Skills

      Term 2:
      Human Resource Management II: The rise and growth of HRM
      Knowledge and Global Organisations
      The Management of Organisational Change: Challenges and Debates
      The Production of Managerial Knowledge II: Analysing management in practice

      Term 3:
      The Production of Managerial Knowledge III: Quantitative Methods in Management Practices
      Law and Diversity Lectures
      Dissertation

      2012-16
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      Term 1:
      Human Resource Management I
      Knowledge Management I
      Organisations in the 21st Century
      The Production of Managerial Knowledge I: The Rise of Management Ideas and Concepts

      Term 2:
      Human Resource Management II: The Rise and Growth of HRM Ideas and Techniques
      Knowledge Management II: Knowledge Management as Social Practice, Global and Ethical Issues
      The Management of Organisational Change
      The Production of Managerial Knowledge II: Analysing Management in Practice

      Term 3:
      The Production of Managerial Knowledge III: Quantitative Methods in Management Practices Today
      Legal Issues in Employment
      Dissertation Project

  • Human Resource and Knowledge Management MSc** (by research)**
  • MA in Human Resource and Knowledge Management (by coursework)** 6)
      2009-12
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      Modules (see MSc)

      2007-09
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      Term 1:
      Human Resource Management I: The agenda of HRM in the global economy
      Knowledge Management I: Knowledge Management and Information Technologies
      Organisations in the 21st Century: New forms of organising in the contemporary world
      The Production of Managerial Knowledge I: The rise of management ideas and concepts

      Term 2:
      Human Resource Management II: The rise and growth of HRM theories and techniques
      Knowlegde Management II: The culture of Knowledge Management
      The Management of Organisational Change: Challenges and debates
      The Production of Managerial Knowledge II: Analysing management practices

      Term 3:
      The Production of Managerial Knowledge III: Quantitative methods in management practices
      Dissertation Project

      2005-07
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      Module 1
      Organisational Analysis I
      Knowledge Management & Information Technology
      Human Resource Management I

      Module 2
      Organisational Analysis II
      The Management of Organisational Change
      Human Resource Management II

      Module 3
      Science & Organisation Studies
      Research in Organisation Settings
      Quantitative & Survey Research Methods

      Module 4
      Dissertation

      2001-05
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      Module 1: Organisational Analysis I: The Politics of Contemporary Organisational Change
      Module 2: Organisational Analysis II: Structural Transitions
      Module 3: The Management of Organisational Change
      Module 4: Knowledge Management and Information Technology
      Module 5: Human Resource Management I
      Module 6: Human Resource Management II – Advanced HRM
      Module 7: Science & Theory in Management & Organisation Studies
      Module 8: Research in Organisational Settings
      Dissertation Project

  • MA in Human Resource and Knowledge Management (by research)** 6)
  • MPhil/PhD in Management (Organisation, Work and Technology) (area: HRM and Knowledge Management)**

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