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Routes into Knowledge Management

Abstract: “You know when something is more than a passing fad,” notes David Skyrme “academic institutions start planning courses.” Indeed, not only academic institutions, but member organisations and consultancy firms too, including David Skyrme Associates. Indeed, on 11th October this year, the City Information Group are chairing a discussion evening, at the Baltic Exchange,

Educating Knowledge Managers: A Competence-Based Approach

Books, Proceedings, etc. | Knowledge Management education & training worldwide

Abstract: The emerging knowledge economy and society bring new challenges to organizations, managers and workers: the accelerating pace of innovation in products, services and processes; the growing importance of work that requires extensive education, experience and judgment; and the escalating complexity of knowledge, which becomes increasingly distributed and changeable, among others. The field of knowledge

Experiential Knowledge Special Interest Group Conference (EKSIG Conference)*

Knowledge Management conferences| Knowledge Management education & training worldwide

The biennial Experiential Knowledge Special Interest Group Conference (EKSIG Conference), organized by the Design Research Society’s Special Interest Group on Experiential Knowledge, initially the International Conference on Experiential Knowledge (EKC), organized by members of the Experiential Knowledge Project of the University of Hertfordshire, Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries, aims to provide a forum for