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The National University of Singapore (NUS) 1) has offered the following Knowledge Management education and training opportunities:

Institute of Systems Sciences (NUS-ISS)

Graduate Degrees/Programs

  • Postgraduate Diploma in Knowledge Engineering**2)
  • Master of Technology in Knowledge Engineering (MTech KE)** 3)
      2012-2018 Core courses: (mandatory)

      Intelligent Systems and Techniques for Business Analytics
      Data Warehousing for Business Analytics
      Data Mining Methodology and Methods
      Developing Intelligent Systems for Performing Business Analytics

      1996-2011Core courses: (mandatory)

      KE4101 Fundamentals of KE
      Introduction to Knowledge Engineering
      Knowledge-Based Systems (KBS)
      Introduction to Advanced KE Technologies

      KE5101 KBS Development
      Knowledge Acquisition & Problem Modeling
      KBS Design & Implementation
      Past: KBS Prototyping Project

      KE5102 Advanced KE Techniques
      Fuzzy Systems
      Neural Network Computing
      Past: Scheduling & Resource Allocation, Advanced KE Techniques for Problem Solving, KBS Architectures & Applications

      KE5103 Hybrid KE Systems (since 2000, was: Neural Network Computing)
      Hybrid Architectures & Soft Computing
      Intelligent Agents
      Past: Hybrid System Workshops, Neural Network I, Neural Network II

      2007-2018 Electives: KE Techniques (Choose 4; since 2007 (?))
      Computational Intelligence I
      Computational Intelligence II
      Text Mining
      Sense Making and Insight Discovery
      Case Based Reasoning
      Past courses: Business Analytics (was: Data Mining and Database Mining & Machine Learning), Knowledge Management, Generic Algorithms, Fuzzy Systems

      Electives: Others (Choose 4)
      Electives: Advanced (select 3)
      Team-based application development project (which can be conducted as an internship)

      1996-2018 Electives & Project:
      Electives: Others (Choose 4)
      Electives: Advanced (select 3)
      Team-based application development project (which can be conducted as an internship)


  • NICF – Online Collaboration and Knowledge Management** (2 days) 4)
      Topics Covered:
      Professional & enterprise strategies with online collaboration
      Enhancing personal productivity and performance at work
      Social human resources and social networking
      Online collaboration tools for organisations and project teams
      Collaboration culture and adoption
  • Sustaining The Knowledge Advantage course** (2 days)
      Knowledge Acceleration Framework
      Formulate an Effective Knowledge Blueprint
      Develop and Manage Knowledge Programmes
      Measure the Weightless Capital
      Plan for Implementation
      Case Studies on Identifying KM opportunities & Designing KM programmes
  • Planning for Knowledge Management course** (2 days; was: Implementing Knowledge Management)
      Knowledge Management
      – Are we ready for it?
      Envisioning the Knowledge-Empowered Organisation
      – Linking KM to business strategy
      Developing a KM Strategy
      – Identifying & selecting opportunities
      – KM program design
      Selecting Enabling Technologies
      – Survey of options & selection guidelines
      Preparing for the KM Journey
  • Knowledge Management Seminar** (1 day)
      Fundamentals of KM: What is Knowledge, KM?
      Local Case Study
      KM Enabling Technologies
      KM Implementation Approaches

Faculty of Business Administration > Centre for Management of Innovation & Technopreneurship (CMIT)* 5)


  • International Conference on Knowledge Creation Management in Asia, 6-7 March 1998, Centre for Management of Technology (CMT), National University of Singapore
    (co-organized with the Asia Pacific Journal of Management)

      The aim of the conference is to promote dissemination of research findings related to knowledge creation management in Asia and to build a network of scholars working in this field.

      New Frontiers of Organizational Knowledge Creation
      Self-Organization on the Edge of Chaos: The Aisin Fire and Toyota Group’s Response

      Paper Presentations: (11)
      Knowledge Creation in Strategic Alliances: Another Look at Organizational Learning
      Inter-Organizational Knowledge Outsourcing: What Permits Small Taiwanese Firms to Compete in the Computer Industry?
      Knowledge Management, Research Spinoffs and Commercialization of R&D in Australia
      The Roles Incubator Organizations in Hi-Tech Venture Creation in Korea
      Knowledge Creation and Innovation in Geographically Dispersed Organizations
      The Role of Know-Why in Knowledge Development Within Biomedicine: Lessons for Organizations
      On Knowledge Creation in the Material Sciences and Engineering: A Practitioner’s Perspective
      … n.a.

      Industry Panel:
      Managing Innovations Across Borders: Cognitive & Non-Cognitive Aspects
      Knowledge Management for Human Health Care Company: The Case of Eisai
      Knowledge Management: Implications for the CIO


  • Knowledge for Development: Training Workshop for Policy Makers of the 21st Century, Singapore-IMF Training Institute, 12-20 December 1999
    (jointly organized by CMIT and the World Bank Institute (WBI))


  • 3rd ITMA-NUS CMIT Breakfast Round Table on Knowledge Management, May 7, 1999
    (jointly organized with the Information Technology Management Association)


Distinguished Technology Management Speaker Series

    1997: Organisational Transformation and the Learning Organisation

    1994: Competitive advantage through intelligent management of knowledge

Public Seminars:

    1997: Assessing the Firm’s Knowledge Management Capabilities

    1996: Assessing the viability of technology-based and knowledge-intensive new ventures: Canadian research initiatives

    1995: Knowledge workers: Context, concept and implications for the organization of work in information intensive service industries

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