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A framework towards the development of a comprehensive Knowledge Management degree program

Books, Proceedings, etc. | Knowledge Management education & training worldwide

Abstract: Knowledge management (KM) is experiencing significant growth, and a good indication of its vitality is the existence of graduate degree programs being offered worldwide. Those programs, though, do not seem to properly cover all the diverse perspectives that contribute to the discipline. This paper takes a first step in the development of comprehensive

RealKM Series on “Professional accreditation for knowledge managers”

Full text from publisher » Bruce Boyes et al.: Professional accreditation for knowledge managers series. RealKM, June 2018ff. All posts published to date in this series are listed below. [RSSImport display=”20″ feedurl=”http://realkm.com/category/articles/abcs-of-km/professional-accreditation-for-knowledge-managers/feed/” before_desc=”” displaydescriptions=”TRUE” after_desc=” ” html=”FALSE” truncatedescchar=”200″ truncatedescstring=” …

Embedded (Community) Knowledge Manager

Articles | Knowledge Management education & training worldwide

Abstract: This paper summarizes the community network literature, focusing on the role of the [usually] volunteer or low-paid community network champions. Since champions usually emerge from within their local community and display many of the skills discussed in the organizational literature under the umbrella of knowledge management, it is suggested that they be officially

Start Knowledge Management Education & Training in Primary School!

Abstract: The paper identifies KM competencies by examining the unrecognized indications that KM concepts independently exist in educational systems. It suggests introducing KM education and training in primary, secondary, and vocational schools and a shift to specifying educational objectives based on competencies rather than subject. Qualitative approaches were used to identify omissions and needed clarifications