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Challenges in knowledge management education

Abstract: One of the characteristics of knowledge-based economy is the rapid pace of change that affects our lives, organizations, and society in general. The rapid increase in communication technologies and information has created an overflow of information and knowledge. Cultural, social, and technological changes and economic pressures have produced a fast-changing environment, particularly in

Knowledge management programs at RMIT

Abstract: The Department of Information Management and Library Studies (DIMALS) in the School of Business Information Technology at RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia, has undergone fundamental changes in mission and objectives since 1994. Faced with falling demand for its programs, growing competition from non-LIS departments, and changes both to the corporate strategy of the

Interview with KM guru Dr. Michael JD Sutton

Abstract: Brainovation is very excited to present a very thorough interview with Knowledge Management guru, Epistemologist and Educator Dr. Michael JD Sutton. Dr. Sutton is an Assistant Professor at the Bill and Vieve Gore School of Business, Westminster College. Dr. Sutton brings a unique view to Knowledge Management given a very comprehensive

Accepting Knowledge Management into the LIS fold

Abstract: The goal of this editorial is to describe the emerging stimulus that could drive joint ventures between business, management, and library and information science schools in offering Knowledge Management (KM) curricula. The basis for this thought-piece are modified excerpts from the authors forthcoming dissertation entitled Examination of the Historical Sensemaking Processes Representing the