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Seven Cross-cultural knowledge absorption abilities

Abstract: Purpose – To describe the competencies necessary for managers to effectively engage in cross-cultural knowledge absorption. Design/methodology/approach – A comprehensive literature review of knowledge management and cross-cultural competency research which identifies seven thematic competencies for knowledge absorption. Findings – The study identifies and provides examples of seven cross-cultural knowledge

Routes into Knowledge Management

Abstract: “You know when something is more than a passing fad,” notes David Skyrme “academic institutions start planning courses.” Indeed, not only academic institutions, but member organisations and consultancy firms too, including David Skyrme Associates. Indeed, on 11th October this year, the City Information Group are chairing a discussion evening, at the Baltic Exchange,

How Clowd Computing Fosters Constructivist Learning in a Knowledge Management Class

Books, Proceedings, etc. | Knowledge Management education & training worldwide

Abstract: Background: Cloud computing has recently received interest in information systems research and practice as a new way to organise information with the help of an increasingly ubiquitous computer infrastructure. However, the use of cloud computing in higher education institutions and business schools, as well as its potential to create novel learning environments remains an

Kent State Case Study in Knowledge Management Education

Abstract: In 2001 Kent State University established a graduate level program that granted a Master of Science degree in Information Architecture and Knowledge Management. The Knowledge Management concentration was a cornerstone of that degree program. The Knowledge Management concentration has sustained and thrived over the past ten years, though the path has not always been