by Fezile Njokweni – Programme Manager: Knowledge Management at the eThekwini Municipality The public sector is lagging behind the private sector with regards to embracing Knowledge Management (KM) as a management practice. One of the main factors is that government, in particular
We asked the delegates to share their Take-Home messages, as well as their message to the KM Community at the end of the 2016 SA KM Summit. Here is a collection of those messages. SAVE THE DATE: 29-31 AUGUST 2017
Northern Ireland’s Ulster University hosted the 17th European Conference on Knowledge Management (ECKM) on 1 & 2 September this year. The event was held at Belfast’s W5 Science Centre, situated in the city’s Titanic Quarter.
The two-day conference catered to many fields of interest, with conference streams including ‘University-Industry Knowledge Transfer’, ‘Knowledge Management of Shared Cognition’, ‘Research Methods in Knowledge Management’, and ‘Innovation’.
Andrea Potgieter from the Department of Information and Knowledge Management at the University of Johannesburg presented co-authored papers in three of the conference streams:
The 17th European Conference on Knowledge Management was held at the Ulster University in Belfast, Northern Ireland on 1 and 2 September 2016. More than 200 delegates from academia, private and public sector from more than 40 countries all over the world
This Tweet by Rosabeth Moss Kanter made us wonder then how do Knowledge Leaders learn and stay ahead of the curve. We’ve asked Knowledge Leaders to share with us how and what they are learning. Here is the feedback we received from Fezile Njokweni
by Ronel Davel & Elmi Bester At the 2016 Southern African Knowledge Management Summit, we were asked to discuss what we know about an olive tree and how this relates to Knowledge Management. Little did we realise how much the humble olive