Abstract: I want to be clear at the outset of this blog that this is not an attempt to discredit any organisation involved in KM education. It is intended as a statement of observation that looks to pose questions on the progression of professional KM education. Let me ask you this:
Abstract: Kent State University and George Washington University have been collaborating around an initiative to strengthen KM education (mostly at the Masters and Ph.D. level) with what I understood to be a long term goal of strengthening the KM profession as a whole by turning KM into a “discipline” with a standardized set of
Abstract: The topic of “KM Certification” is hotly debated in KM circles. In my opinion, there is nothing wrong in receiving certificates for attending a course or for being certified or accredited to practice specific KM techniques. (Cognitive Edge, for example accredits practitioners who have attended their workshops.).