Abstract: In an upcoming insightful article by Brian (Bo) Newman, The Education of the Knowledge Professions, Bo addresses the confusion existing in the KM training marketplace. He also addresses how to define the various stakeholders in the Knowledge Professions. The KMPro Learning Center is presently wrestling with these key issues for
Knowledge Management Education: An Overview of Programs and Instruction
Abstract: This chapter provides a broad overview of university-based and other KM training worldwide, with particular emphasis on courses that can assist students in qualifying for Chief Knowledge Officer and other jobs in organizations that have KM programs. First, an overview of KM teaching categories is presented, showing the breadth of approaches that are
Knowledge Management Ambassadors at the Hong Kong Police Force
Abstract: More than 50 officers appointed by the Director of the Police College either as Peer Advisers or Knowledge Management (KM) Administrators received their first induction training at the Aberdeen Foundation Training Centre on August 3. All of them aspired to make a difference and prepared themselves as Ambassadors of the Force KM system.
Roles, skills and training for Knowledge Organization
Abstract: What part will knowledge organization (KO) play in our ability to find and manage information in the future, whether it’s on websites, document management systems, collaboration systems, corporate intranets, or even on shared drives? What sort of roles will be needed to cope with the ever increasing amounts of information that we’re dealing
The Chief Knowledge Officer has a key role!
Abstract: The subject of intellectual capital has been discussed by many organizations, and defined by some. Yet very few individuals understand intellectual capital, and almost no one has been able, formally at least, to put a value on it. That’s why knowledge management (KM)–how an organization makes use of its intellectual capital–is one of