Abstract: Tuesday night, KM Chicago hosted a panel discussion of area academics who have knowledge management components to their programs. I was excited about this group of speakers because we had academic representatives from library science, computer science and organizational design. But what I heard was three programs who all acknowledge the wide
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
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.