Applied Information Management
 
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The New Knowledge Management

Department: AIM
Number: 607
CRN: 36729
Credits: 2
Date: April 3-28, 2017
Instructor(s): Darin Stewart
Location: Online
Fee: $1430
Grade Option: Pass/No Pass
Registration Deadline: 03/03/2017

Course Description

This course will introduce students to the fundamental concepts of modern Knowledge Management (KM) in the context of current collaboration and information management technologies. Students will learn to identify strategic knowledge areas, scope a KM program and vision, build a KM framework, obtain stakeholder input and buy-in, select pilots, apply change management principles, manage content and technology, assemble and lead an implementation team, as well as connect KM strategy to business priorities and constraints.

Prerequisite(s) Required

Virtual Learning and Teams

Course Materials

The New Knowledge Management

Barnes, S. & Milton, N. (2015). Designing a successful KM strategy: A guide for the knowledge management professional. Medford, NJ: Information Today, Inc. ISBN: 1573875104 or 978-1573875103. (Required.)

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The Applied Information Management Master's Degree is an Interdisciplinary Studies program through the Graduate School.