New Rationale for Chief Knowledge Officers

Philip William Sisson, Julie J.C.H. Ryan, (2017) “New rationale for the need for CKOs long-term: a systems perspective on observations“, VINE Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems, Vol. 47 Issue: 3, pp.337-352

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Related resources:

  • Sisson, P.W., and Ryan, J., J.C.H., Indications of a Justifiable Unified Competency Theory of Knowledge Management (Ph.D Colloquium), in 17th European Conference on Knowledge Management, September 1-2, 2016, Ulster University, Northern Ireland, UK, Academic Conferences and Publishing International, Reading, UK, pp. 1080-1089. Full text »
  • Sisson, P.W. and Ryan, J.J.C.H. (2016), “Developing an understanding of knowledge management (KM) mediums”, 107th Annual ECA Convention, Baltimore, MD, pp. 1-37. Full text »
  • Sisson, P.W. and Ryan, J.J.C.H. (2016), “Improve organizational KM capacity by improving individual KM capability: add KM education and training in the primary, secondary, and vocational schools”, Unpublished paper, Engineering Management and Systems Engineering Department, The George Washington University, p. 8
  • Sisson, P.W. and Ryan, J.J.C.H. (2016), “Leveraging knowledge and learning to help engineer a common understanding of knowledge management using a re-architecture approach”, George Washington University (GWU) Research Days, George Washington University, Washington, DC., Poster » / Presentation »
  • Sisson, P. W., & Ryan, J., J.C.H. (2016). Reports of the Death of the CKO Are Premature. Engineering Management and Systems Engineering Department. working paper. The George Washington University. Washington, DC

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