Abstract: Several attendees at the actKM conference 2008 were interviewed about what advice they would give to people new to the field of Knowledge Management. You can now listen to their advice on the actKM site! Matt Moore interviewed several people: Mark Schenk, David Gurteen, Arthur Shelley, Graham Durant-Law, myself and
The Australian Capital Territory Knowledge Management Forum (actKM Forum) 1), officially the ACT Knowledge Management Forum and formerly for some time the Australian Capital Territory Chapter of the Knowledge Management Consortium International (KMCI), dedicated to building knowledge about public sector knowledge management, offers the following Knowledge Management education and training
Well known Stan Garfield, Community Evangelist at Deloitte Global Knowledge Services and leader of the Systems Integration KM Leaders Community (SIKM Leaders), is providing his homepage on Google Sites – a vast variety of resources on knowledge management. Of special interest for knowledge management education and training opportunities are the list
Initiated by Cory Banks (Australia), ‘The Knowledge Bucket’ is an open source wiki on topics in knowledge management. 1) In terms of content about knowledge management, definitly worth to take a look on it, for educators/trainers (course designers) as well as for students. The wiki’s resource pages on Communities, Education and Events
Abstract: Knowledge Management (KM) is a holistic, multi-dimensional discipline which overlaps with a number of other disciplines, including Library and Information Science (LIS). As it has emerged as a crucial competency requirement for organisations during the last two decades, considerable interest has built up in the subject of education for knowledge management.