The Carnegie School of Organizational Learning (CSOL) offers the following Knowledge Management education and training
The Carnegie School of Organizational Learning Conference (CSOL Conference), organized by the Carnegie School of Organizational Learning (CSOL), is dedicated to developing a deeper understanding of organizational learning and offers an opportunity to collaborate and present research all while building stronger ties among scholars interested in learning within and between organizations.
Abstract: In today’s data-driven world, organizations face the challenge of effectively managing and leveraging the vast amounts of information available to them. Knowledge management and data management are two critical aspects that contribute to an organization’s success. However, it is essential to understand that knowledge managers should not be limited to managing data alone.
Abstract: Knowledge management literature has thoroughly discussed the aims and objectives of managing knowledge, recognized critical success factors of knowledge processes, analyzed knowledge creation, transfer and sharing, and even some indications of the effects of knowledge management have been evidenced. However, despite skills, competences, and employees’ knowledge and experience are among the recognized success
The Global Development Conference, organized by the Global Development Network (GDN), aims to gather the world’s most influential researchers, corporate leaders and political figures on a common platform where they can interact with each other and discuss the most pressing challenges in social and economic development. Formerly the conference was abbreviated