Abstract: Failed knowledge management projects have one element in common: they fail to focus on the organization’s core business functions and instead choose functions that are easy or might produce ‘low-hanging fruit’. As a result, often even successful knowledge management projects add little value to the organization as they fail to address the pain
Purpose: The emergence of “knowledge economies” brings along new lenses to organizational management and behaviour. One of the key concepts at the heart of this new wave is knowledge management (KM). The purpose of this paper is to scrutinize how KM is taught and discussed within the context of business schools around the UK.
Abstract: This special issue was organized to address the connection between KM and education by considering two significant perspectives, which were also used to classify the submitted papers. The first viewpoint characterizes the papers that mainly focus on the way KM is taught and learnt, as an educational or professional subject, in different environments:…
Abstract: Purpose: The purpose of this study is to propose a framework for developing standards for knowledge management education programs from primary through tertiary levels. The lack of standards for knowledge management education is a significant challenge for the advancement of the field, for the sustainability of institutional programs, the future competencies of knowledge
Abstract: Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to discuss key aspects of knowledge management (KM) education in response to challenges posed by the necessity to improve KM as a discipline and an established professional field. Design/methodology/approach: The paper is based on a systematic review of the current literature. This review was used