Abstract: Knowledge Management education and training relevant video recordings from the 2007 interactive forum and dialogue on “Developing KM Professionals for a Knowledge Society: A dialogue and forum” organized by the Information and Knowledge Management Society (iKMS), the School of Communication and Information at Nanyang Technological University (NTU), and Pearson Education.
“You are or seek to be a KM professional: How do you get appropriate education and training? How do you build your professional experience in the company of peers? How do you get support for your continuing professional development?
This interactive session explores practical approaches to the education, development and support of KM professionals.”
Professional Development in Knowledge Management – Part 1
Professor Eric Tsui describes the way that Knowledge Management education, Knowledge Management research and Knowledge Management consulting inter-relate for a “real world learning laboratory” in the Hong Kong Polytechnic University’s KM programmes. Video »
Professional Development in Knowledge Management – Part 2
Professor Schubert Foo recounts how the Nanyang Technological University’s MSc in Knowledge Management was established, and the three disciplines it combines: information, management and technology. Video »
Professional Development in Knowledge Management – Part 3
iKMS President Patrick Lambe argues that professional societies also need to support organisations in Knowledge Management capability-building, and encourage peer-learning among Knowledge Management professionals. Video »
Professional Development in Knowledge Management – Part 4
Forum Discussion Feedback: Speakers and group representatives give their views on professional education and development needs for knowledge managers, and discuss whether Knowledge Management can be considered a profession at all. Video »
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