Certificate in Computing in Arts & Social Sciences - Knowledge Management MGMT 2601   Knowledge Management
CREDIT HOURS: 3
In today’s economy cutting-edge organizations in every industry are harnessing the power of knowledge as a core asset of the organization and the key to a sustainable competitive advantage. The aim of this Knowledge Management (KM) course is to provide an introductory and integrated approach to the various topics, emerging issues and perspectives in KM and organizational learning. We will explore how all types of organizations can effectively understand, analyze, measure, and manage, knowledge as an asset, i.e., manage the organization’s intellectual assets and turn organizational wisdom into market value. Emphasis is placed on the development and application of both technical and people management skills within Knowledge Management environments.
FORMAT: Lecture
PREREQUISITES: At least second year standing