Teaching Knowledge Management in the Context of Information Systems Education: A Foundation for Educators and Curriculum. Samuel Conn, Asst. Professor Computer Information Systems Regis University Denver, Colorado. Abstract.
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Teaching Knowledge Management in the Context of Information Systems Education: A Foundation for Educators and Curriculum
Samuel Conn, Asst. Professor
Computer Information Systems
This paper presents research on 6 foundational questions with respect to knowledge management. Knowledge management is a related area to information systems and is relevant as we move from the information economy to the knowledge economy.
Information Systems educators may apply this research in the development of knowledge management curriculum or in teaching the topic in the classroom.
Knowledge management courses are important to consider in any Information Systems curriculum. Information management is a subset of knowledge management and will continue to play a critical role as the catalyst for innovation in the new economy.
This paper introduces some relevant questions and research related to presenting knowledge management in the context of an information systems curriculum.