Abstract: In 2007, Andre Saito published a PhD proposing a model of knowledge management competence which could be used as the basis for educating KM staff. As well as being well-written and interesting in its own right, edited portions of his PhD have been serialised on RealKM to provide an explanation of many of
In the Yahoo! Group of the Systems Integration KM Leaders Community Thomas F. asks: At Kent State University, we are in the process of strengthening our degree in Knowledge Management. I am advising the committee to streamline and strengthen the degree and to reduce it to 36 credits, from the current 42-45:
Abstract: LIS embraced knowledge management (KM) during the mid 1990s, and in the context of the adoption of KM, this study explores the current state of KM education offered by LIS schools. The study conducted a survey of homepages of 600 LIS schools worldwide, followed by an analysis of selected LIS-based KM master’s programs.
Abstract: Introduction. As an emerging and multidisciplinary field, knowledge management (KM) has gained much popularity among academic and professional disciplines. Library and information science (LIS) embraced KM during the mid-nineties, and in the context of the adoption of KM, this study aims at exploring the current state of KM education offered by LIS schools.
Abstract: …Knowledge Management Curriculum: The curriculum proposed was based on the four pillars, each having its own course, bordered with introductory and capstone courses (Figure 1-5). The curriculum was based on a simple definition for KM and emphasized KM’s management/operational aspects: leveraging relevant knowledge assets to improve organization performance, with emphasis on improving efficiency,