As I hinted earlier, I will be teaching a course on Knowledge Management at Northwestern's Center for Learning and Organizational Change in the spring quarter. The class is the "methods" course to complement the "theory" course that is being taught now. This will be an interesting challenge, and I am looking forward to it. As I go through the process, I suspect I will post additional thoughts and ideas about the course.
The program director, Jean Egmon, refers to Knowledge in Management to highlight the idea that the discussion is about how knowledge is used in and is affected by management.
Update: The course starts 30 March, and the admins would be happy to have more students who are willing to pay.
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