Abstract: Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine how to successfully blend an e‐learning module into a knowledge management (KM) course aimed at getting KM students interested in the respective subject matter (= KM) in a web‐based learning environment. Design/methodology/approach – Based on data obtained from 138 undergraduate business
Abstract: Knowledge management (KM) has been one of the core operations of most companies and organizations since the early 1990s. As a consequence, KM education is experiencing exponential growth around the globe. In recent years, development in info-communication technologies (ICTs), increase in digital content, and the escalating use of the Internet and wireless capabilities
Abstract: Knowledge management education is quickly gaining momentum worldwide. Due to the fuzzy and inter-disciplinary nature of the discipline, academic institutions are adopting different approaches for educating knowledge professionals. Because of the variations in the subject scope and coverage, there is a need for using innovative and creative learning strategies for teaching KM courses.
Abstract: Earlier this year, RRU’s Knowledge Management Programs launched an on-line course on Communities of Practice: KM 650. “We chose this topic for several reasons,” says acting program director Alice MacGillivray. “Most importantly, we were hearing from KM representatives in government and industry that community leadership is increasingly important and more challenging than it