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,
In the LinkedIn Group of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP) Jessy S. asks: I live in Belgium and my country doesn’t offer a Master in Library or Information Management or in Knowledge Management. I’m considering the online alternative. Does anybody have any experience with this, perhaps graduated?
Abstract: The purpose of this qualitative study was an investigation of the phenomenon of Knowledge Management (KM) program design and development. The interest in KM programs has grown during the last decade because of the increased demand for KM educational research and the importance of the emerging knowledge economy. This exploratory and explanatory investigation