The Alan Turing Institute (The Turing)1) offers the following Knowledge Management education and training
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.
The Knowledge Associates Thought Leadership Event, formerly the International Conference on Knowledge Asset Management (KAM), aims to leap off the shoulders of giants, to present papers, case studies, discuss and debate the transition from industrial economics to knowledge economics, knowledge assets and the global knowledge economy. The University of Cambridge and its
The International Conference on Technology, Knowledge and Society, formely branded as “Technology Conference”, organized by the Common Ground Technology, Knowledge & Society Research Network, is addressing a range of critically important themes in the various fields that address the complex and subtle relationships between technology, knowledge and society. Main speakers include some of the leading