The International Conference on Knowledge Asset Management (KAM) aims to leap off the shoulders of giants, to present papers, case studies, discuss and debate the transition from industrial economics to knowledge economics, knowledge assets and the global knowledge economy. The University of Cambridge and its colleges (venues) seem not to be associated
Abstract: This paper describes knowledge management teaching and dissemination concepts to support the training of professionals in an organization to manage their knowledge assets. They are based on AIAI’s experience of working with large organizations to establish a technical knowledge management framework and to support their personnel in implementing the framework.
The International Forum on Knowledge Asset Dynamics (IFKAD) aims to create a ‘cognitive laboratory’ for discussing and learning about the role, theory and practice of knowledge asset management for sustaining organisations’ value creation dynamics. The focus of the forum is mainly on management issues and it is going to bring together research students, young researchers,
Knowledge Associates (Cambridge), formerly Young International as well as Knowledge Associates International and Knowledge Associates Ichiban, resp., currently branded as Knowledge Associates Group of Companies or Knowledge Associates International Group of Companies, offers the following Knowledge Management education and training