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The New York University (NYU) offers the following Knowledge Management education and training opportunities:

School of Continuing and Professional Studies > Information Technologies Institute

Graduate Degrees/Programs

  • Advanced Professional Certificate (APC) in Information Technology (Concentration: Leadership and Knowledge Management) 1)
      Concentration Courses (choose 4 courses)
      Transformational Leadership and Team Building
      Strategic Management of Technological Innovation
      Management of Emerging Technologies
      Management of Telecommunications
      Internet Business Models and Strategies
      Knowledge Management
      Business Process Risk
      Advanced Topics in Knowledge Management

      Free Elective: Choose one additional course in any area (Systems Management; Management in the New E-conomy)

  • Master of Science (MSc) in Management and Systems (Concentration: Leadership and Knowledge Management) 1)
      Core Courses
      Financial Management
      Managing in a Global Economy
      Integrated Multi-Channel Marketing Strategy
      Information Technology

      Concentration Courses (see Advanced Professional Certificate (APC)…)

      Capstone Course: Project Management in the Information Age
      Research Project: Master’s Thesis

Leonard N. Stern School of Business > Vincent C. Ross Institute of Accounting Research > Intangible Research Project 2)

Conferences

  • NYU Research Conference on Intangibles (Intangibles Conference)**
    (Sponsored by PricewaterhouseCoopers)

    The NYU Research Conference on Intangibles (Intangibles Conference) presents academic research in the field intangible investments (intellectual capital) to an audience consisting approximately equally of practitioners and academics.

    Conference History:

    • 4th Intangibles Conference, May 17-18, 2001, New York University, New York City, NY, USA
      Conference Theme: Advances In The Measurement Of Intangible (Intellectual) Capital

        THE MACRO PERSPECTIVE
        How Much Information is Produced Worldwide?
        What is the U.S. Investment in Intangibles?
        Specific Applications

        VALUE-CREATION WITH INTANGIBLES
        The Returns from Investing in IT
        The Value of Collaborations and Alliances
        Investment in Organizational Capital

        PUBLIC POLICY
        Voluntary Corporate Disclosure in the U.S.
        The View from Denmark
        Measures Are Not a Cure All

        ORGANIZATIONAL AND HUMAN CAPITAL
        Can Corporate Knowledge (Intangibles) Be Measured?
        Specific Applications
        Humans–the Ultimate Beneficiaries: Gains from New Medicines

        PANEL DISCUSSION:
        What lies Ahead in the intangible (intellectual) capital arena?

    • 3rd Intangibles Conference, May 18-19, 2000, New York University, New York City, NY, USA
      Conference Theme: Knowledge: Management, Measurement and Organization

        STRATEGIES FOR DEVELOPING AND PROTECTING KNOWLEDGE
        Effective Knowledge Strategies
        Building Strategic Alliances
        Knowledge Protection

        MEASUREMENT AND VALUATION ISSUES
        Markets for Knowledge
        Customer Knowledge
        Capital Markets Valuation of Internet Knowledge

        KNOWLEDGE SHARING TACTICS
        Creating a Knowledge Ecology: Eureka
        Shaping Value and Risk Through Intellectual Property Insurance
        Information Sharing in Open Source Software

        KNOWLEDGE IN THEORY AND PRACTICE
        Knowledge and Learning: Lessons from Economic Research
        Knowledge, Knowing and Organization
        Complexity Science and the Enhancement of Organizational IQ

        PANEL DISCUSSION
        The Future Course Of Knowledge Management

    • 2nd Intangibles Conference, May 27-28, 1999, New York University, New York City, NY, USA
      Conference Theme: Intangibles: Management, Measurement and Organization

        NEW MEASUREMENT AND VALUATION TECHNIQUES
        The Intangible Benefits and Costs of Computer Investments
        The Valuation of Technology Licensing By Real Options
        Computers and Productivity
        The Pricing of Environmental Intangibles

        ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN AND COMPENSATION ISSUES
        The Determinants of Corporate Venture Capital Success
        Raising Capital Through Intangibles-Targeted Securities
        Does Value-Based (EVA) Management Discourage Investment in Intangibles?
        Intangibles: Creating or Destroying Value in Diversified Companies?

        MANAGEMENT OF KNOWLEDGE
        Managing Knowledge Capital: Lessons from Pharmaceutical R&D
        Human Resources, Knowledge Management and Firms’ Performance
        Knowledge Management: Productivity Impact of Target Costing In the Japanese Camera Industry

        MEASUREMENT AND REPORTING ISSUES
        Firms’ Experience with the Balanced Scorecard
        Intangibles-Related Reporting Biases and their Consequences
        The Impact of Capitalization vs. Expensing of Intangibles on Budgeting and Planning

        PANEL DISCUSSION
        What progress have we made in the Management, Measurement and Reporting of Intangibles (Knowledge Assets)?

    • 1st Intangibles Conference, May 15-16, 1998, New York University, New York City, NY, USA
      Conference Theme: Intangibles and Capital Markets

        ARE INTANGIBLES VALUED BY INVESTORS?
        Capitalized Values of Software Development Costs
        Fair Market Values of R&D-In-Process
        Control Allocation in Biotechnology Alliances

        CONSEQUENCES OF DEFICIENT REPORTING OF INTANGIBLES
        Analyst Coverage, Mispricing and Intangibles
        Intangibles and Bid-Ask Spreads of Stocks
        Deterioration in the Relevance of Financial Information
        Intangibles and Gains from Insider Trading

        NEW MEASURES OF INTANGIBLES’ VALUES
        Customer Satisfaction Measures and Firm Values
        Human Resources and the Measurement of Risk
        Bibliometrics and the Value of Intangibles
        Does CEO Human Capital Make a Difference?

        FRONTIERS OF INTANGIBLES
        The Social Returns to Intangibles
        Alternative Accounting Rules for R&D
        Human Resources, Productivity and Shareholder Wealth
        Regulatory Developments

        Program Summary and Future Research Directions

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