The Multidisciplinary Information Research Symposium (MIRS), organized by the Universuty of North Texas (UNT) College of Information and partners, is a one-day research symposium to showcase the research efforts of information scholars and practitioners. It will be inclusive of workshops, sessions for ongoing and completed papers, posters, and a competition for dissertation presentations.
Abstract: Purpose: This paper aims to investigate emerging trends in data analytics and knowledge management (KM) job market by using the knowledge, skills and abilities (KSA) framework. The findings from the study provide insights into curriculum development and academic program design. Design/methodology/approach: This study traced and retrieved job ads on LinkedIn
Abstract: Organizations across all sectors are increasingly undergoing deep transformation and restructuring towards data-driven operations. The central role of data highlights the need for reliable and clean data. Unreliable, erroneous, and incomplete data lead to critical bottlenecks in processing pipelines and, ultimately, service failures, which are disastrous for the competitive performance of the organization.
The Hong Kong Knowledge Management Conference (HKKM, HKKMS or HKKMS/KMIRC Conference), initially the Hong Kong Knowledge Management Forum (HKKM Forum), is organized by the Hong Kong Knowledge Management Society (HKKMS) in partnership with Hong Kong Polytechnic University’s Knowledge Management and Innovation Research Centre (KMIRC), formerly the Knowledge Management Research Centre (KMRC). The