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Framework to develop comprehensive Knowledge Management degree programs

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

Abstract: Knowledge management (KM) is experiencing significant growth, and a good indication of its vitality is the existence of graduate degree programs being offered worldwide. Those programs, though, do not seem to properly cover all the diverse perspectives that contribute to the discipline. This paper takes a first step in the development of comprehensive

Examining Class Participation @ Nanyang Technological University

Abstract: Purpose – The main objective of this study was to explore students‟ perceptions of class participation and its benefits, barriers to their participation, and the motivational factors that may improve their class participation. Design/methodology/approach – Data were collected through a pre-tested questionnaire survey participated by 172 graduate students from three graduate programs