Abstract: Effective knowledge management is a crucial capability that encompasses a variety of roles, each demanding a specific set of skills and responsibilities. These roles can be broadly categorized into three stages of career progression: early stage, growth stage, and summit stage. Each stage necessitates a different expertise, experience, and leadership ability within knowledge
Abstract: The emergence of Knowledge Management (KM) has raised an on-going debate on how it may relate to pre-existing fields and schools of thoughts. The main dispute focuses on whether Library and Information Science (LIS) and KM are distinct fields of specialisation. Whilst one school claims that KM is merely a new name for
The Society of Knowledge Base Publishers, sponsored by the Montague Institute, is a membership organization for information professionals engaged in managing intellectual assets in a business context. Members of this multidisciplinary community of practice include people from librarianship, knowledge management, organization development, corporate learning, information technology, and business management. The Society of
Abstract: The main objective of this paper is to explore the changes in library education in the context of the emergence of both information science and knowledge management. This paper is based on the review of scientific literature published in books, journals, websites, and other secondary sources and on the authors own viewpoints. The
Abstract: LAC Group has published a new e-booklet for LIS students and graduates who want to explore opportunities in the emerging and dynamic field of knowledge management. Knowledge management careers contains descriptions of different career paths in knowledge management (KM) and first-person advice from knowledge managers working for LAC Group in various organizations.