Purpose: The emergence of “knowledge economies” brings along new lenses to organizational management and behaviour. One of the key concepts at the heart of this new wave is knowledge management (KM). The purpose of this paper is to scrutinize how KM is taught and discussed within the context of business schools around the UK.
Abstract: This case for teaching knowledge management uses an episode of Mobil (now ExxonMobil) Masterpiece Theatre, “Shooting the Past,” and specifically the relationships among characters and objects, as a metaphor for knowledge management. The paper provides a written excerpt for use without the video; however, one can excerpt the video, available from WGBH
Abstract: This paper looks at the state of education in knowledge management (KM). It reports findings from a study of knowledge management courses included in the curriculum of academic disciplines of business, computing, and information. Based on a review of course descriptions selected from web sites of universities in Australia, Canada, Singapore, UK, and
Abstract: Recently, Blended Learning has been proven the most effective and cost-effective in teaching at school. Quite a few experts in education emphasize that Blended Learning embodies the best of both worlds in hi-tech digital learning and the traditional one, which involves students in network learning without lacking interaction and participation with others. The main
Abstract: This paper addresses the diffusion of Knowledge Management concepts, principles, and cases into university courses. Although we are now living in a world of gigabit transmission systems and terabyte storage, there are still long delays that often occur before industry practice finds its way into university courses. Knowledge Management practices have been elaborated