Teaching about Knowledge Management LO31159

From: chris macrae (wcbn007@easynet.co.uk)
Date: 09/09/04

Replying to LO31153 --

For me, you must first decide whether you are talking about BIG KM or
small km

BIG KM attempts to open up a systemic approach for human relationships
of knowledge working's productivity's and demands; it is prepared to
argue that change is needed if hierarchy, self-organising and
networking are to make the most of each other's different
communications/behaviour/learning flows rather than the least, and
this links to changing intangibles measurement so that compound future
dynamics are led transparently not just separated historic numbers.

Small km is just some departmentalisation within old hierarchies as
befit machine-age economies (ie ones where the assumption governing
measurement is people are always costs for cutting while machines and
technology can be booked in as investment)

If you want to know more about the curricula of KM's attempts to take
economics above zero sum and to make organisational relationship
multiply human value transparently, then we try to blog it here or
chat particularly with me at wcbn007@easynet.co.uk:


sincerely, chris macrae
KM & Emotional Intelligence SIG , EU knowledgeboard.com

>I am developing an MBA module in Knowledge Management for
>presentation during 2004 - 2005.

>What topics, issues etc do you think I should include?

>Also, has anyone got any good case studies on KM topics that they are
>willing to share?


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