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Challenges in knowledge management education

Abstract: One of the characteristics of knowledge-based economy is the rapid pace of change that affects our lives, organizations, and society in general. The rapid increase in communication technologies and information has created an overflow of information and knowledge. Cultural, social, and technological changes and economic pressures have produced a fast-changing environment, particularly in

Knowledge changes everything

Abstract: As the Hong Kong economy continues to transform, companies, government departments and non-governmental organisations are increasingly aware of the importance of knowledge management (KM). To cater for a growing demand for professionals who are equipped with KM know-how, Hong Kong CyberU (HKCyberU), the Hong Kong Polytechnic University’s online arm, has

Nanyang TU’s interdisciplinary graduate program in knowledge management

Abstract: Designing an interdisciplinary graduate program in knowledge management requires a good understanding of knowledge processes and the ability to differentiate between information management and knowledge management. Given the complexity of knowledge and the nature of its existence, there is a need for graduate programs to go beyond information management and include in