Earley Information Science (EIS), formerly Earley & Associates, offers the following Knowledge Management education and training
Abstract: Knowledge building is a social process that is driven by the willingness of people to share their expertise and create new knowledge. Scientific Communities of Practice (CoPs) are communities of professors and researchers whose aim is to foster scientific knowledge generation. In the KM literature, research concerning this kind of CoPs has been
The Knowledge Graph and Semantic Web Conference (KGSWC) incorporating the Ibero-American Knowledge Graph and Semantic Web Conference (KGSWC) and the Indo-American Knowledge Graph and Semantic Web Conference (KGSWC-INDIA), initially the Ibero-American Knowledge Graph and Semantic Web Conference (KGSWC), is an international scientific conference series, devoted to knowledge graph and semantic web research. The goals of
The biennial, weekend Intra-Organizational Networks Conference (ION Conference) brings together scholars to present the latest research on social networks and management. The conference aims to encourage the continued development of a vibrant, tighter-knit community among intra-organizational social network researchers. The attendance list is kept intentionally short in order to provide the opportunity for meaningful interaction.
Abstract: This paper maps the structure of the social network of the 2011 class of sixty graduate students of the Masters of Science (Knowledge Management) programme at the Nanyang Technological University, based on their friending relationships on Facebook. To ensure anonymity, actual names were not used. Instead, they were replaced with codes constructed from