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Diploma in Knowledge Management

A diploma in knowledge management is a professional qualification that prepares individuals to work in the field of knowledge management. Knowledge management is the process of creating, sharing, using, and managing the knowledge and information of an organization.

Topics

  • Knowledge management systems: Students Will learn about the technologies and practices that are used to support knowledge management, including databases, collaboration tools, and knowledge portals.
  • Organizational learning: Students Will learn about the role of learning and knowledge creation in organizations, including strategies for fostering a learning culture and leveraging informal networks.
  • Information management: Students Will learn about the principles of managing information assets, including how to classify, store, and retrieve information.
  • Knowledge sharing: Students Will learn about the importance of sharing knowledge within an organization and the strategies and tools that can be used to facilitate knowledge sharing.
  • Knowledge mapping: Students Will learn about techniques for visualizing and mapping the knowledge assets of an organization, including the use of mind maps and concept maps.
  • Knowledge-based innovation: Students Will learn about the role of knowledge management in driving innovation and the strategies that can be used to encourage innovation within an organization.

Prerequisites

There are no specific prerequisites for this course. However, a basic understanding of computer systems and networks would be beneficial.

Duration

This is a 24-week course consisting of 16 hours of online instruction and exercises.

Diploma in Knowledge Management Lamai Institute

$700

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