This wiki used to be the place where Andre Saito from the Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology gatherd notes and references for his PhD research on Knowledge Management education. (see research proposal below) Unfortunately the wiki is no longer available but luckily most of it’s valuable content is archived by the WayBack Machine.
Abstract: Intellectual legitimacy is usually established in the halls of higher education. For a young discipline such as knowledge management, it is very important to see the emergence of a robust series of KM education and research programs in leading universities. This panel will highlight some of these programs, discuss the shape of future
Abstract: The purpose of this qualitative study was an investigation of the phenomenon of Knowledge Management (KM) program design and development. The interest in KM programs has grown during the last decade because of the increased demand for KM educational research and the importance of the emerging knowledge economy. This exploratory and explanatory investigation
KM Chicago Monthly Meeting, May 9, 2006 (jackvinson) The next meeting of KM Chicago, May 9th, will feature a panel of faculty from several area schools which teach knowledge management. Panelists will describe their approach to knowledge management and we will open the floor for discussion of these programs and KM education and certification
Abstract: Designing an interdisciplinary graduate program in knowledge management requires a good understanding of knowledge processes and the ability to differentiate between information management and knowledge management. Given the complexity of knowledge and the nature of its existence, there is a need for graduate programs to go beyond information management and include in