Knowledge Management, 7.5 Credits

Facts 2011/12

This is the 2011/12catalogue. You can also go to 2013/14

Entry requirements

In order to meet the general entry reguirements for first cycle studies you must have successfully completed upper secondary education and documented skills in English language


Documented skills in English language

Education level

First cycle

Selection

Selection A


After the course the student is able to understand central concepts within the area of knowledge management and has experience of how knowledge is created, spread and used in an organization.

Competence and knowledge are important for the growth of a company. The technology is quickly developing and the globalization means that you have to be flexible and requires constant changes in your business. Knowledge about Knowledge Management is of great importance for the company, especially for managers and for those involved in the work of changing business.
Contents:
• Introduction to Knowledge Management
• Definitions of the concepts Data – Information – Knowledge– Competence – Experience
• Describe tacit and explicit knowledge and how to express tacit knowledge
• How to capture, share, disseminate and create knowledge
• The use of IT in Knowledge Management
• Make a survey of Knowledge work in an organization.

Course offered by
Department of Computer Science, Electrical and Space Engineering

Contact
Harriet Nilsson, harriet.nilsson@ltu.se, 0920-49 16 86

Occasions

Application code: LTU-14429
Last day for application: 17 Jan 2011
Starting semester: Autumn 2011
Period: 29 Aug 2011 - 15 Jan 2012
Quarter: 1 - 2
Course pace: 25%
Teaching hours: Daytime
Form of study: Web-based Distance education
Language: English
Place: Independent of place
Meetings: 0 compulsory 0 non compulsory
Realization: No required meetings on campus. Access to PC with microphone, web cam and permission to install software. Internet connection, minimum 0,5 Mbps.
Application code: LTU-34409
Last day for application: 02 Aug 2011
Starting semester: Spring 2012
Period: 16 Jan 2012 - 03 Jun 2012
Quarter: 3 - 4
Course pace: 25%
Teaching hours: Daytime
Form of study: Web-based Distance education
Language: English
Place: Independent of place
Meetings: 0 compulsory 0 non compulsory
Realization: No required meetings on campus. Access to PC with microphone, web cam and permission to install software. Internet connection, minimum 0,5 Mbps.

 

Published: 17 March 2011

Luleå University of Technology