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NY/NJ/PA Area Knowledge Management (SIKM) Get Together

Microblogging / twitter in a knowledge management course @ Singapore Management University

Engaging knowledge management learners @ Singapore Management University

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(Status) LEARNING WITH MOOCS 2015 | George Siemens | KEYNOTE PRESENTATION | – http://xing.com/r/T04D0  #EDUfuture #KMedu

(Status) Thanks, @kdelarue!

(Status) In 6 days @PaulJCorney will unleash his #KM magic for folks interested in his workshop in beautiful ...

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Certification for knowledge management professionals

Knowledge Management not about flashing dopy certificates

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(Status) Knowledge Management not about flashing dopy certificates: Abstract: Just look around and marvel… http://bit.ly/20jQFlL  #KMedu #KMers

(Status) Certification for knowledge management professionals: Abstract: As knowledge management has incr… http://bit.ly/20jQFlJ  #KMedu #KMers

(Status) 19 days to go: ...

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Stan Garfield’s lists on KM Communities, Conferences & Training

SLA Knowledge Management Division’s ‘Degrees and Certificates’ sites

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(Status) Special Libraries Association (SLA): The Special Libraries Association (SLA) offers the followin… http://bit.ly/20E5XlB  #KMedu #KMers

(Status) SLA Knowledge Management Division’s ‘Degrees and Certificates’ sites: On the website of the Spec… http://bit.ly/1GFH93G  #KMedu #KMers

(Status) Stan Garfield’s ...

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Death of the chief knowledge officer

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Abstract: Not too long ago I swatted the beehive that is the KM CKO position. And, as one might expect when doing so, the stings were numerous and from every direction. If you’re unfamiliar with ...

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Executive’s Role in Knowledge Management

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Abstract: For those who grasp the potential of their organizations’ knowledge assets and want to develop strategies for leveraging them, inculdes must-read instructions for every KM executive who approves or oversees the KM process. “You ...

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KMedu Hub’s weekly tweets – week 46/15

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(Status) Executive’s Role in Knowledge Management: Abstract: For those who grasp the potential of their o… http://bit.ly/1QEcsjK  #KMedu #KMers

(Status) Death of the chief knowledge officer: Abstract: Not too long ago I swatted the beehive that ...

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Advice for the KM Master’s degree at Kent State

Need of knowledge management education within LIS courses

Knowledge management, librarians and information managers

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(Status) @KMAlliance в Екатеринбурге «Public KM – #knowledgemanagement и образовательные технологии для развития общества» @pps2021 #KMRUSSIA #KMEdu

(Status) Kudos for KM101 course created by @DeltaKnowledge with deep but practical focus. Lucky Melbournites http://realkm.com/2015/11/20/new-km101-training-course-in-melbourne/#.Vk5tgpGo4X0.twitter … #km #kmers

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KMedu Hub’s weekly tweets – week 48/15

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(Status) Good 2C the connection being made between #KM & #innovation Each interdependent on each other @NickyHW #KMLF #KMers https://twitter.com/nickyhw/status/669791568283373568 …

(Status) #KM professionals must find creative ways to foster engagement between subgroups within #communitiesofpractice. #KMers, #collaboration

(Status) The KMedu ...

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Seeking “customer facing” Knowledge Management job/role descriptions

How to Build Expertise in Knowledge Management

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Abstract: The field of knowledge management (KM) is now about 20 years old. As Patrick Lambe previously pointed out, knowledge management existed before 1995, but the term KM was not widely used.
I have been active in this field for most of that time, and I am often asked how to develop expertise in it. As with most fields, there are no shortcuts to becoming an expert. You ...

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