In the Knowledge Management (kneme) LinkedIn Group Rosanna S. asks: Hello! I’m interested in moving my career towards knowledge management. I am a trained librarian and have worked in the software development industry for about 10 years. I’m thinking to get certified. What is the best organization for this?
Abstract: Knowledge management (KM) has a tradition of enormous challenges. Virtually all of them can be traced back to its most serious problem: talent. The intention of the KM Talent Crisis clarion call is not to indict loyal, hard-working KMers. Rather, it is to offer an observation on the qualitative decline
In the LinkedIn Group of the International Knowledge Management Standards and Accreditation Association (IKMSAA) Annie G. asks: Should KM practitioners have some say in what KM certification providers do? I was asked this question from a colleague. And here is my answer, based on my experiences as a KM practitioner… what do
Abstract: The International Council on Knowledge Management (ICKM) started in 2004 with a conference hosted by the Information and Knowledge Management Society (www.iKMS.org) in Singapore. Prof. Suliman Hawamdeh, the founding chair of the ICKM conference series, who also developed the curriculum for one of the first dedicated M.Sc. programs in Knowledge Management at the