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- 10/19/17--05:52: Knowledge Management-based training for creativity education
- 10/19/17--08:08: Developing effective knowledge activists
- 10/21/17--03:53: Andrew Trickett: Confessions of a Knowledge Manager
- 10/31/17--07:50: Knowledge champions to facilitate knowledge management
- 10/31/17--07:50: Teaching e-Government and Knowledge Management
- 01/10/18--05:08: Start Knowledge Management Education & Training in Primary School!
- 01/11/18--23:57: Digital Knowledge Manager skills in Marketing
- 01/20/18--04:36: Embedded (Community) Knowledge Manager
- 02/03/18--00:34: Does Professional Certification in Knowledge Management Exist?
- 02/04/18--23:49: How to get a PhD in Knowledge Management?
- 02/21/18--06:04: Technical competencies in knowledge management and training issues
- 02/22/18--03:38: Knowledge Manager and Knowledge Architect Competencies
- 02/22/18--04:06: Knowledge Management certification: Worthwhile? Standard? Vendors?
- 03/03/18--07:34: What’s a Chief Knowledge Officer
- 03/07/18--01:33: The Knowledge Strategist
- 04/08/18--06:54: Anatomy of the Knowledge Management Group of Philadelphia
Abstract: The purposes of this study were (1) to develop a teacher training program that integrates knowledge management (KM) and blended learning and examine its effects on pre-service teachers’ professional development in creativity instruction; and (2) to explore the mechanisms underlying the success of such KM-based training. The employed KM model was the SECI, which
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Abstract: Development of a ‘knowledge society’ affects not only enterprises and organisations, but also individuals. Lifelong learning and continuing professional development are essential for graduates and workers to remain competent and competitive. Hence, knowledge management is not only important in business processes, but also in education. As the importance of knowledge management in the construction
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Abstract: This paper reports the findings of 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 different countries, the paper describes levels of courses, curriculum areas and topics, and differences in emphasis
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Abstract: The chapter discuses the need to understand the significance of knowledge-sharing behaviours in emphasizing the selection process of people for importance roles within the organization and the design initiatives implemented to encourage positive behaviours. Henley Knowledge Sharing Behaviours model is used as a useful reference point for many development initiatives. Knowledge sharing is a
Abstract: “I can’t find the sodding thing that I’m looking for!” It’s the type of exclamation you most certainly want to minimize in your firm. Right? We’ve dipped into our archive and happily returned to Andrew Trickett, his impassioned commitment to Knowledge Management, his belief in reciprocal altruism, and his solutions for
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Abstract: As inaugural Chair of the new Knowledge & Information Management (K&IM) Group, I welcome you to a transformed membership. ISG had its final AGM in November and it was voted unanimously to transform into this new phase of our existence. The new K&IM Group became established on 1st January, and we hope that you
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Abstract: Executives and strategists have long recognized the value of knowledge as a primary driving source for a firm’s sustainable competitive advantage – hence the creation by many firms of a position called the chief knowledge officer (CKO). However, many people have proposed differing perspectives and models relating to the concept of knowledge management. In
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Abstract: The Department TIM (Telecommunication, Information and Media) aims to provide the necessary education for the most recently developed occupations. The Department is particularly interested in the introduction, application and use of Communication Technology (ICT) in various profit and non-profit organisations. The following is a presentation of the University course e-Government, and will be discussed
Abstract: ...Although LIS professionals play the role of information managers in handling organization's documents and explicit knowledge, to establish a strong position in a KM environment they need to extend their roles by managing employee's tacti knowledge on the basis of their distinctive knowledge-handling skills (Al-Hawamdeh, 2005). However, to help LIS professionals be involved more
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Abstract: The paper identifies KM competencies by examining the unrecognized indications that KM concepts independently exist in educational systems. It suggests introducing KM education and training in primary, secondary, and vocational schools and a shift to specifying educational objectives based on competencies rather than subject. Qualitative approaches were used to identify omissions and needed clarifications
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[hide for="!logged"]Abstract: DKMs use all the data a company has to determine what data it needs to solve problems and drive strategy. The advent of today’s new intelligent services (Google Assistant/Home, Cortana, Siri and others) has created an accelerated curve. Google, Bing, Apple, Yahoo, Amazon and other increasingly intelligent services are driving
[hide for="!logged"]Abstract: This paper summarizes the community network literature, focusing on the role of the [usually] volunteer or low-paid community network champions. Since champions usually emerge from within their local community and display many of the skills discussed in the organizational literature under the umbrella of knowledge management, it is suggested that they be officially
[hide for="!logged"]Abstract: There are pockets of effort around the world to begin to develop a Knowledge Management Body of Knowledge (KMBOK) but it doesn’t yet exist. The closest we have to real codification may be the 2015 version of ISO 9001 which has clause, 7.1.6, on organizational knowledge and its management. You
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[hide for="!logged"]Abstract: I received the following query: “I have a total nine years of work experience in knowledge management. I have worked in consulting, IT, and the finance sector in knowledge management, presales and social media. I have worked on several knowledge repositories, user behavior, Web 2.0 technology, search technologies and open
[hide for="!logged"]Abstract: Many organizations have started to adopt knowledge management as one of their strategic initiatives that is to create, retain, share and use the valuable knowledge assets to achieve the organisational objectives. Although knowledge management (KM) is mainly adopted by the private sectors, the Knowledge-based Economy Master Plan, which was launched in 2002 by
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In the Yahoo! Group of the Systems Integration KM Leaders Community John H. asks: Hi everyone, I have a client asking for “competencies for the roles of Knowledge Architect and Knowledge Manager”. I have some data, and yet I sure would appreciate any additional data, info and knowledge you
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In the Yahoo! Group of the Systems Integration KM Leaders Community Ann H. asks: What are your thoughts on pursuing Knowledge Management certification? Worthwhile? Is there an industry standard certification process? Which certification vendors can you recommend? Thanks, Ann Join the discussion »
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In memory of Buckman Labs' and SAIC's Knowledge Strategist Melissie Rumizen, featured in Stan Garfield's "Profiles in Knowledge" series. [hide for="!logged"]Abstract: In This Chapter: Why CEOs need CKOs. Initiating the search for a CKO. Establishing qualifications for a CKO.
In memory of Buckman Labs' and SAIC's Knowledge Strategist Melissie Rumizen, featured in Stan Garfield's "Profiles in Knowledge" series. Abstract: The knowledge strategist is critical to successful knowledge sharing in the organization. The organization’s effectiveness begins with an enterprise-wide knowledge culture, built on a knowledge strategy supported by successful KD/KS/KU,
[hide for="!logged"]Abstract: A Community of Practice is an organizational form receiving increasing attention as a social structure for sense-making and knowledge management. The central question addressed in this paper is how (and why) these communities form and grow over time. We explore these questions through a deep qualitative analysis of a
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