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Makerere University Business School (MUBS)

Universities, Colleges | Knowledge Management education & training worldwide

The Makerere University Business School (MUBS), formerly a constituent college of Makerere University (MAK), currently a public tertiary institution affiliated to Makerere Unibersity (MAK), and prospectively the Metropolitan Universal Business School (MUBS), autonomous from Makerere University (MAK),1) offers the following Knowledge Management education and training

Conference on Smart Knowledge Habitats

Knowledge Management conferences| Knowledge Management education & training worldwide

The Conference on Smart Knowledge Habitats aims to merge the concepts of ‘Knowledge Cities’ and ‘Smart Cities’ , i.e. the knowledge based and technology based development of cities, into the concept of smart knowledge habitats. It offers a platform to bring forth the ideas, visions and proposition of researchers, professionals, academicians and participants from different

International Triple Helix Conference (TripleHelix Conference)*

Knowledge Management conferences| Knowledge Management education & training worldwide

The International Triple Helix Conference (TripleHelix Conference or THC), the International Conference on University, Industry and Government Linkages, initially the Workshop on “A Triple Helix of University-Industry-Government Relations”, provides discussion, research, and policy development for the roles of these tripartite innovation agents. It brings together academia, government, business, and community to share effective practices and

Knowledge Cities World Summit (KCWS)*

Knowledge Management conferences| Knowledge Management education & training worldwide

The Knowledge Cities World Summit (KCWS), formerly the Knowledge Cities Summit (KCS or KC Summit), the annual conference of the World Capital Institute (WCI Annual Conference), makes an important reminder that ‘knowledge’ is the key notion in the 21st Century development. It aims to contribute to the discussion on the importance and trends of knowledge-based