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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

Symposium of Knowledge and Innovation Management (KIM)

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The multidisciplinary Symposium of Knowledge and Innovation Management (KIM), co-organized by the City & Landscape Group’s Research Department, Teheran, and the Knowledge and Innovation Management (KIM) Research Group at the University of Skövde, takes a point of view of knowledge and innovation management that is interested in architecture, urban planning and design. What necessitates

Knowledge Cities World Summit (KCWS)*

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The Knowledge Cities World Summit (KCWS), formerly the Knowledge Cities 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 development theory and practice.

Melbourne Knowledge Management Leadership Forum (Melbourne KMLF)

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The Melbourne Knowledge Management Leadership Forum (Melbourne KMLF), formerly the Knowledge Management Leadership Forum (founded in Sydney), is a face-to-face education and networking forum, run by Knowledge Management practitioners for Knowledge Management practitioners. The aim is to set the foundation for a casual network of interested practitioners and scholars to discuss knowledge management and its